MSC is designed for use as a foliar spray on peanuts and other crops where the addition of nickel, copper, and manganese would
be beneficial. Nickel MSC can be tanked mixed with other nutrient
and pest control products. Nickel MSC is not recommended for soil application.
Nickel MSC will disperse in water with little agitation. Many pesticides can be added and applied while
spraying Strong-Peg Nickel. Follow this mixing sequence:
1. Water 2. Nickel MSC 3. Pesticide
Store in cool, dry place. May
be stored in unheated facility. Undiluted Nickel MSC can be corrosive to tanks, pumps, meters and fittings.
Absorbing on clay or other suitable absorbent can clean up spills from broken containers.
Directions For Use
To increase root mass, nodulation, disease resistance to rust, and yield.
Improved nickel nutrition of peanuts grown for seed can improve seed germination of saved seed.
Rate and timing: Ground application: Apply 8 - 16 oz per acre 50 days after planting.
Repeat 14 to 21 days later for remainder of the season.
The addition of a non-ionic surfactant at the labeled rate is recommended to improve spray coverage.
Nickel MSC can be used in a balanced
fertility program where supplemental micronutrient nutrition may improve growth, quality, disease resistance and yield.
Improved nickel nutrition has been shown
to increase disease resistance to rust.
root mass, nodulation and disease resistance to rust. Improved nickel nutrition of soybeans
grown for seed can improve seed germination of saved seed.
and timing: Ground application: Apply 8-16 oz in 15-20 gallons water per acre when soybeans are in R1 stage
and again 14 to 21 days later.