Application Rates

Application Rates

Seed Type BSN SS,BSN-10,Interceptor XS ml/kg ml Water +
Chemicals
ml/kg
Total
Application
ml/kg
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
ml/kg
Water and
Pesticide
ml/kg
Total
Application
ml/kg
Corn 4 + 2 6
Rice (Dry grain) 5-6 + 5-6 10-12
Lucerne(Alfalfa) 10 + 2 12

Do not sow seeds on day of application.

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.

Priming at Seeding Time

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.

How to Mix BSN

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Mix with other
Chemicals

BSN Mixing

BSN “imbibed” nutrient inside the seed – caution must be taken when using chemicals. ALWAYS apply BSN first or mix water and BSN before adding chemical.

Product Compatibility + Jar Testing

Do not mix with Alkaline Copper fungicides or innoculants If you are unsure, we recommend a simple jar test of products. Mix together and check if reaction occurs.

Check www.rlfchemtest.com