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14-7-7

10005590

Available in USA

Description

50% MUtech

  • "Specialty Use" fertilizer designed for fine turf areas, field grown ornamentals, and maintaining landscape plants
  • Provides 3-4 months of nitrogen feeding from MUtech® nitrogen
  • Provides excellent initial greening and early growth
  • Contains iron and other micronutrients for enhanced greening and stress tolerance

Specifications

Category Fertilizers
Markets Golf, Lawn & Landscape, Sports Fields, Horticulture
Application / Areas of Use Residential Lawns, Commercial Lawns, Golf Courses, Ornamentals, Nursery, Sports Fields
Usage for Horticulture Field Grown, Container, Landscape, Greenhouse
Technologies --
States Registered
Registration Number
Density (lbs/ft3) 63.8
Package Wt. 50 lbs
Bag/Pallet 40
SGN Size 215
Type Granular
Nitrogen Source Urea, MUtech
Slow-Release N (%) 50
Active Ingredient --
product bag
Packaging may differ and is subject to change.
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