|Seed Type||BSN SS,BSN-10,Interceptor XS ml/kg||ml Water +
|Corn, cotton, sunflower, pumpkin||4||+||2||6|
|Zucchini, squash, melon, watermelon||4||+||5||9|
|Wheat, barley, triticale, oat||5-6||+||3-5||8-11|
|Rice (dry grain), safflower||5-6||+||3-5||8-11|
|Beet, cucumber, okra, coriander||6-7||+||8-9||14-16|
|Radish, turnip, Kohlrabi, parsnip, pepper||7-8||+||8-9||15-17|
|Onion, leek, chive, garlic, tomato, eggplant||8-9||+||9-10||17-19|
|Canola, carrot, lettuce, dill, chicory||10-12||+||14||24-26|
|Celery, non-fluffy grass pasture seeds||15-18||+||18-20||33-38|
|Fluffy grass pasture seeds||30||+||33||63|
|Seed Type||BSN Ultra
+ BSN Hybrid
|Rice (Dry grain)||5-6||+||5-6||10-12|
BSN can be applied to seeds anytime between harvest and seeding. For best result, prime seeds well before sowing time preferably during dry season after harvest.
Always use clean seed as dusty seed causes stickiness and can tie-up BSN nutrient reducing uptake.
Primed seeds should be sown at least one day after treatment. If you prime seeds at seeding time, you may notice that primed seed lot volume increase by 10%, this is reversed quickly when seeds lose their extra moisture. When you drill treated seeds soon after treatment, you may need to allow for increased volume if volume increase is not fully reversed.