Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Dawn from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    08/08/2014
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    Can you use Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and other Micro Nutrients with a hose end sprayer?
    How do you know how much product to use for hose end sprayer?
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    You will be using 1 fl. oz. of the Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and other Micro Nutrients with a gallon of water. For example, if you are using the hose end sprayer, the smallest amount that can be put into the hose end sprayer is 3 fl. oz. and that will mix with 3 gallons of water. Please let me know if you have any additional questions.
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  • Asked by John from Pawtucket, Ri
    08/21/2017
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    Will Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients stain concrete?
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    Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients is "light green" in color according to the product SDS.  We would recommend avoiding direct spray or overspray onto porous surfaces such as rock or concrete. These ares should be washed immediately if there is visible residue.

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  • Asked by Tom from Pueblo, Co
    06/20/2013
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    How do you use fertilome chelated iron on a tree? What are the directions?
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    You can apply Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients in a Foliar spray: 1 tablespoon per gallon or a Soil application: 1-16 ounces per gallon depending on size of tree or shrub. Please follow the product label for instructions.
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  • Asked by Julie from Culbertson, Ne
    06/05/2017
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    How do I apply Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients to my oramental grass and my flowers?
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    Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients is applied Foliar Spray: 1 tbsp. per gallon of water, Lawns and Trees: 16 oz per Hose-End Sprayer per 500 sq. ft. and Soil application: 1 - 16 oz. per gallon of water * See label for complete application instructions.

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  • Asked by Peter from Tucson,az
    10/18/2014
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    Will Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients work in Alkaline Soils?
    I have been using Sequestrine 138FE for alkaline sols. Would this work in high pH soil? Or is there a EDDHA version?
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  • Asked by David from Lakewood, Ca
    03/29/2017
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    Can I mix Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron with Drive XLR8 Herbicide?
    Is it safe to mix and use this product with Drive XLR8 Herbicide for Bermuda grass lawn? If so, could you let me know the ratio? Thank you.
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    It would not be recommended to mix the Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients with Drive XLR8 due to the difference in rates and amount of water needed to apply to the coverage area. These should be applied separately for best results. 

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  • Asked by Bill from Tulsa, Ok
    07/24/2014
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    Lawn Application?
    How to you do a lawn application and what is the dilution rate.
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    You will use 1 pint (16 fl. oz.) of Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients
    per 1,000 sq. ft. Apply in a sufficient volume of water to thoroughly wet the foliage and runoff in the root zone. Using a hose end sprayer such as the Chapine Wet/Dry Hose End Sprayer provide a convenient method to treat lawns.
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  • Asked by Jean from Irvine, Ca
    06/15/2017
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    Is Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients safe to use on dymondia?
    Trying to get rid of oxalis in my dymondia. I've real the chelated iron is supposed to kill the oxalis but I don't want to kill the dymondia too.
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    There is actually not a way to remove the oxalis from your Dymondia without either harming both, or killing neither. The only way to control the oxalis is to either hand pick it out or spot spray with a round up type product like GlyPhoSel Pro and then replant more Dymondia in these spots to try and smother out the oxalis from being able to come back. We apologize that we couldn't provide you with a better solution. Please feel free to contact us if you have any other questions.

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  • Asked by Miguel from Conroe, Tx
    08/21/2017
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    Could Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients be mixed with Ferti-Lome Weed Out with Crabgrass Killer?
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    We would recommend keeping your herbicide and fertilizer applications separate so that you can get accurate application rates of both products. Also, you do not want to promote growth of the weeds that you are trying to kill.  Also, Ferti-Lome Weed Out with Crabgrass Killer causes yellowing on target plants, but Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients is designed to correct yellowing.  This is another reason it would be better to separate the applications.

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  • Asked by Peter from Texas
    08/11/2014
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    Is Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients DTPA or EDTA?
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    Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients contains copper EDTA, iron EDTA, manganese EDTA and zinc EDTA per the product label.
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  • Asked by Dean from Terre Haute, In
    09/19/2017
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    How frequently can I apply foliar feed using Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients to chrysanthemums?
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    You will apply Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients at 1 TBSP per gallon.

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  • Asked by Dennis from Ga
    04/27/2019
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    How soon after applying Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients on centipede can grass be watered?
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    You will want to wait for 24 hrs to irrigate the lawn or receive rainfall following the application of Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients.

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  • Asked by Peggy from Half Moon Bay Ca
    05/04/2019
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    How do I apply Fertilome Chelated Liquid Iron to the soil of a potted lemon tree?
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    Per the Fertilome Chelated Liquid Iron Product Label: Potted Plants- Mix 1/2 teaspoon per quart of water. Apply 1 cup of mixture per 6 inch pot. Less for smaller pots and more for larger pots. Repeat monthly until plants regain their color.

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  • Asked by Emily from Va
    12/03/2018
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    Will Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients help keep my Christmas tree alive longer?
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    Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients is only labeled for on in ground actively growing trees/plants, not on cut Christmas trees, so we cannot recommend it for that use.

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  • Asked by Gary from Ninety Six
    09/06/2018
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    I want to purchase Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients, do you have a storefront near Greenwood, SC?
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    We are located in Norcross, Ga and while we do not have a traditional storefront, we do welcome our local customers to stop by during our business hours 9:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday. Our receptionist will help you make your product selections and our warehouse staff will bring the products to you. You are able to purchase products online and orders include free shipping. 

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  • Asked by Tony from Tucson, Az
    10/28/2018
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    How many gallons of Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients would I apply to a rose growing in a plastic pot?
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    Mix 1/2 teaspoon of Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients  per quart of water. Apply 1 cup of mixture per 6 inch pot. Use less for smaller pots and more for larger pots. Repeat monthly until plants regain their color

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  • Asked by Kenneth from Hamilton Nj
    05/23/2019
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    How do I use Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients on my lawn?
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    When treating your lawn with Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients you will apply 1 pint (16 oz) per 500 sq. ft. Any convenient method of application may be used. Be sure to apply the product in a sufficient volume of water to thoroughly wet the foliage and runoff in the root zone. Using a hose end sprayer such as the Chapine Wet/Dry Hose End Sprayer is a convenient method to treat lawns.

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  • Asked by Milan from Occidental
    06/03/2019
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    What surfactant, if any, should be used with Chelated Liquid Iron in a foliar spray over grapevines?
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    Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients does not require the use of a surfactant with application.

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  • Asked by Bob from Westfield , M.
    05/09/2019
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    What is the mix rate for Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients ?
    My Backpack sprayer is calibrated at 3/4gal. per 1,000sq.ft.How much Fetilome liquid iron is required in a 4 gal. sprayer?
    A

    Ferti-Lome Chelated Liquid Iron and Other Micro Nutrients is mixed at the following rates:

    Foliar Spray: 1 tbsp. per gallon of water 
    Lawns and Trees: 16 oz per Hose-End Sprayer per 500 sq. ft. 
    Soil application: 1 - 16 oz. per gallon of water 
    * Refer to the product label for complete application instructions.

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