Biomin Copper 1-0-0 contains chelated copper and can be applied to all plants including: avocado, citrus, fruit trees, grapes, lawns, nut trees, ornamental house plants, strawberry, and all vegetables. Biomin Copper 1-0-0 not only helps correct copper deficiency, it also increases cell wall strength, helps prevent wilting, boosts crops during critical growing periods, and is environmentally friendly. When applied as directed, Biomin Copper 1-0-0 is completely bioavailable and non-phytotoxic to plants.
Shop All JH Biotech Products here.
Soil Application: Apply ≈ 2-3 oz. per gallon of water every 4-6 weeks or ≈1 qt to 1 gal. of Biomin Copper per acre depending on soil conditions and application method before or at planting. Make sure to dilute Biomin Copper 1-0-0 with enough water to cover entire area. For maintenance, apply at 1 qt. per acre.
Foliar Application: For best results, apply while crop is in active growing stage and after irrigation or natural rainfall. For all foliar applications, dilute product with at least 100 parts water to each part Biomin Copper.
Field crops: Apply 1-4 pints per acre when crops are 4-6 inches high or when deficiency symptoms appear. If necessary, repeat application in 2-4 weeks.
Application Rates for Specific Plants:
Fruit trees & grapes: Apply 1-4 pints per acre starting at bud break or when deficiency symptoms appear. If necessary, repeat application in 4 weeks.
Vegetable crops: Apply 1.5-2 oz. per gallon of water or 1-4 pints per acre every 2-4 weeks after emergence or when deficiency symptoms appear. If necessary, repeat application in 1-3 weeks.
Almonds, walnuts, pistachios & other nut crops: Apply 1-4 pints per acre before bloom. Repeat application if necessary.
Hydroponics: Apply ≈150 ppm as needed.
Lawns: Apply ≈1.5-2 oz. per gallon of water every 4-6 weeks.
Trees: Apply ≈1.5-2 oz. per gallon of water as needed.
Cannot Be Shipped To: MT,ND,WY
Shelf Life: 3 years
Active Ingredients/Guaranteed Analysis:
Derived from cupric sulfate, citric acid (chelating agent), and hydrolyzed vegetable protein.
Total Nitrogen (N)........................1.0%
- 1.0% Water Soluble Nitrogen
Write a review
May 23, 2023 | By M.C.
Jul 10, 2020 | By Norman T. Baker, PhD