Hi-Yield Nitrate of Soda 16-0-0

Hi-Yield Nitrate of Soda 16-0-0

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Product Overview

Hi-Yield Nitrate of Soda 16-0-0 is non-acid forming form of nitrogen that is fast-acting. Use Hi-Yield Nitrate of Soda to promote vigorous growth and greener foliage quickly. Hi-Yield Nitrate of Soda is not intended or recommended for container grown plants. Do not allow product to come in contact with flant foliage.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: Nitrate of soda Total Nitrogen - 16%
For use in: Vegetables, Flowers, Shrubs
Application: Vegetables: 1 lb. per 100 sq. ft.
Lawns: 5 lbs. per 333 sq. ft.
* See label for complete application instructions
Pet safe: Yes, if used as directed on Label
NOT FOR SALE TO: CA
Shipping Weight: 4.00 lbs
Manufacturer: VPG (Mfg. Number: 33365)
UPC: 732221333659

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE

HI-YIELD NITRATE OF SODA is a fast-acting and non-acid forming source of Nitrogen that promotes vigorous growth and dark green foliage on vegetables, flowers and shrubs.

FOR VEGETABLES, FLOWERS AND SHRUBS

Apply 1 lb. of HI-YIELD NITRATE OF SODA per 100 sq. ft. Work well into the top 4 to 5 inches of soil and water thoroughly. Do not allow granules to come in direct contact with plant foliage.

This is not intended for nor recommended for container grown plants.

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Can Hi-Yield Nitrate of Soda 16-0-0 be used on corn?

I'm getting ready to side dress my corn and wanted to know if this would be an appropriate nitrogen supplement vs ammonium nitrate or pennington pure nitrogen.

A

Hi-Yield Nitrate of Soda 16-0-0 does list it can be used on vegetables but does not break down exactly which ones.  It should be safe on corn when used as directed on the label if the nitrogren provided is what is needed.

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