Hi-Yield Zinc Sulfate is a great source of zinc for Pecan and fruit trees. Use this product to correct zinc deficiencies that may cause fruit deformities. Hi-Yield Zinc Sulfate also prevents and corrects rosette on pecans. This dry formulation can be applied as a soil treatment or foliar application.
Apply broadcast from the trunk to the dripline of the tree. For trees up to 7 inches in diameter, 1 3/4 lbs. per inch of deameter. For trees over 7 inches in diameter, apply 3 1/2 lbs. per inch of diameter. Hi-Yield Zinc should be worked into the soil to prevent washing away.
Hi-Yield Zinc Sulfate is not intended for nor recommended for container grown plants.
I haven't seen results of growth yet, but the spray was easy to apply. What I've read about pecan trees indicates that the zinc sulfate was was what was lacking in my trees needs, and I'm glad to have found out about it.
If used as a foliage spray, does Hi-Yield Zinc Sulfate mix quickly in the sprayer?
When mixing, we would recommend filling the tank up half way, putting the product inside of the sprayer and shaking it up. The mixing ratio of Hi-Yield Zinc Sulfate is 1 tablespoon per 3 gallons of water.
Is there a formula using a hose end sprayer for Hi-Yield Zinc Sulfate?
Hi-Yield Zinc Sulfate is applied at the following rates for a foliage spray: 1 tablespoon per 3 gallons and soil treatments: 1-3/4 lbs. per inch of diameter. It is not advised to apply in a hose end applicator.