Premium is specifically formulated for the use in production of crops where application is by fine boom spray, aerial
spray or dripper systems. It is s particularly suitable for cereal and Brassica, (turnips, swedes and rape) and fodder
crops when these are grown as part of an overall rotational system in mixed animal and crop farming. It is also
suitable for application to pasture.
Premium contains macronutrients, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, which are soluble and can be absorbed through the leaves of the plant. It also contains a range of trace elements including copper and zinc, which are commonly decient in Australian soils. These trace elements are in a chelated form and can be absorbed either through the leaves or from the soil.
This product has been specically designed for foliar application and has been ltered to 100 micron to avoid blockage of spray nozzles. Some components may crystallise out in cold conditions and it is prudent to use spray filters.
Premium may be applied to perennial pasture to encourage growth in winter as it contains substances called compatible solutes which reduce the eects of the cool temperatures on growth. Several applications need to be made at about 4-6 ltrs p/Ha at three to four week intervals.
Contact Fair Dinkum Fertilizers if you require further information.
Spray in early morning or late afternoon. Do not apply in full sun. Dilute 1 part product to at least 20 parts water.
Apply 10-15 ltrs p/Ha at four leaf stage or soon after, or two applications of 5-7 ltrs p/Ha, the first at four leaf stage and the second 2-3 weeks later.
Apply 5-7 ltrs p/Ha late Autumn, early Spring and late Spring.
Apply 5-7 ltrs p/Ha when tops are 5-8 cm high and repeat two or three more times at 2-3 week intervals.
In order to reap the benefits of increased growth, spray at least 2 weeks before allowing stock to graze on treated pastures.
Spraying equipment should be thoroughly cleaned after use to avoid product crystallizing in the spray system.
Sulphur 6000 ppm
Copper 555 ppm
Zinc 555 ppm
Manganese 100 ppm
Boron 60 ppm
Molybdenum 10 ppm
Filtration 100 mic
%W/V is grams per 100ml of product
ppm is parts per million on weight basis
g/l is grams per litre
mic = microns