PROSOLís water-soluble products have characteristics that set them apart from competitor's products.

PRO-SOL PRODUCES

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Only a limited number of materials can be used in the manufacture of a 100% soluble product, and only those materials are used in PROSOL.

 

To be completely homogeneous a product must be made from dry materials of uniform particle size. PROSOL is manufactured utilizing a unique production process which reduces all materials to a uniform particle size. This, along with thorough blending of the materials, assures a consistent product.

In laboratory and greenhouse tests, PROSOL out-performs competitorís products with regard to consistent analysis and the absence of insoluble impurities.

 

PROSOLís own manufacturing facilities give PROSOL flexibility to produce products that fit the exact analysis that a customer needs. With PROSOL, no one must conform to just a standard list of products.
 

 

 

IRRIGATION

 

Irrigation is a method of supplementing rainfall by artificial means. It is essential to maintain soil moisture during the growing season. Irrigation may be necessary to insure continuous plant growth. There are many types of irrigation, including trickle, drip, and micro-jet.

Stock solutions are typically made with a particular injector ratio or ppm (parts per million) parameter in mind. When making a stock solution, you must consider the area to be covered, the crop to be fertilized, the nutrients required, the accuracy of the injector, and total amount of water to be applied. Many greenhouse crops are highly susceptible to damage by certain types of nitrogen. Always refer to nitrogen breakdown on the label when deciding which product to use in irrigation.
 

 

 

 

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30% Nitrogen Formulas

  amount per gallon of concentrate
injector ratio 100 ppm nitrogen 150 ppm nitrogen 200 ppm nitrogen
(1:300) 13.50 oz. (.8437 lb.) 20.25 oz (1.2658 lb.) 27.00 oz. (1.6875 lb.)
(1:200) 9.00 oz. (.5625 lb.) 13.50 oz. (.8437 lb.) 18.00 oz. (1.125 lb.)
(1:150) 6.75 oz. (.4218 lb.) 10.125 oz. (.6328 lb.) 13.50 oz. (.8437 lb.)
(1:128) 5.76 oz. (.3599 lb.) 8.64 oz. (.5398 lb.) 11.52 oz. (.7198 lb.)
(1:100) 4.50 oz. (.2812 lb.) 6.75 oz (.4218 lb.) 9.00 oz. (.5625 lb.)
(1:50) 2.25 oz. (.1406 lb.) 3.375 oz. (.2109 lb.) 4.50 oz. (.2812 lb.)
(1:30) 1.35 oz. (.08437 lb) 2.025 oz. (.1265 lb.) 2.70 oz. (.1687 lb.)
(1:24) 1.08 oz (.0675 lb.) 1.62 oz. (.10125 lb) 2.16 oz. (.1350 lb.)
(1:15) .675 oz. (.04218 lb.) 1.012 oz. (.06327 lb.) 1.35 oz. (.08437 lb.)

 

25% Nitrogen Formulas

  amount per gallon of concentrate
injector ratio 100 ppm nitrogen 150 ppm nitrogen 200 ppm nitrogen
(1:300) 16.50 oz. (1.0312 lb.) 24.75 oz. (1.5468 lb.) 33.00 oz. (2.0625 lb.)
(1:200) 11.00 oz. (.6875 lb.) 16.50 oz. (1.0312 lb.) 22.00 oz. (1.375 lb.)
(1:150) 8.25 oz. (.5156 lb.) 12.375 oz. (.7734 lb.) 16.50 oz. (1.0312 lb.)
(1:128) 7.04 oz. (.4399 lb.) 10.56 oz. (.6598 lb.) 14.08 oz. (.8798 lb.)
(1:100) 5.50 oz. (.3437 lb.) 8.25 oz. (.5156 lb.) 11.00 oz. (.6875 lb.)
(1:50) 2.75 oz. (.1718 lb.) 4.125 oz. (.2578 lb.) 5.50 oz. (.3437 lb.)
(1:30) 1.65 oz. (.1031 lb.) 2.475 oz. (.1546 lb.) 3.30 oz. (.2062 lb.)
(1:24) 1.32 oz. (.0825 lb.) 1.98 oz. (.12375 lb.) 2.64 oz. (.1650 lb.)
(1:15) .825 oz. (.05155 lb.) 1.237 oz. (.07734 lb.) 1.65 oz. (.1031 lb.)

 

20% Nitrogen Formulas

  amount per gallon of concentrate
injector ratio 100 ppm nitrogen 150 ppm nitrogen 200 ppm nitrogen
(1:300) 20.25 oz. (1.2656 lb.) 30.375 oz. (1.8984 lb.) 40.50 oz. (2.5312 lb.)
(1:200) 13.50 oz. (.8437 lb.) 20.25 oz. (1.2656 lb.) 27.00 oz. (1.6874 lb.)
(1:150) 10.125 oz. (.6328 lb.) 15.187 oz. (.9492 lb.) 20.25 oz. (1.2656 lb.)
(1:128) 8.64 oz. (.5398 lb.) 12.96 oz. (.8097 lb.) 17.25 oz. (1.0796 lb.)
(1:100) 6.75 oz. (.4218 lb.) 10.125 oz. (.6328 lb.) 13.50 oz. (.8437 lb.)
(1:50) 3.375 oz. (.2109 lb.) 5.0675 oz. (.3164 lb.) 6.67 oz. (.4218 lb.)
(1:30) 2.025 oz. (.1265 lb.) 3.037 oz. (.1898 lb.) 4.05 oz. (.2531 lb.)
(1:24) 1.62 oz. (.10125 lb.) 2.43 oz. (.15188 lb.) 3.24 oz. (.2025 lb.)
(1:15) 1.012 oz. (.06327 lb.) 1.518 oz. (.09492 lb.) 2.025 oz. (.1265 lb.)

 

15% Nitrogen Formulas

  amount per gallon of concentrate
injector ratio 100 ppm nitrogen 150 ppm nitrogen 200 ppm nitrogen
(1:300) 27.00 oz. (1.6875 lb.) 40.50 oz. (2.5312 lb.) 54.00 oz. (3.3750 lb.)
(1:200) 18.00 oz. (1.1250 lb.) 27.00 oz. (1.6875 lb.) 36.00 oz. (2.2500 lb.)
(1:150) 13.50 oz. (.8437 lb.) 20.25 oz. (1.2656 lb.) 27.00 oz. (1.6875 lb.)
(1:128) 11.52 oz. (.7200 lb.) 17.28 oz. (1.0800 lb.) 23.04 oz. (1.4400 lb.)
(1:100) 9.00 oz. (.5625 lb.) 13.50 oz. (.8437 lb.) 18.00 oz. (1.1250 lb.)
(1:50) 4.50 oz. (.2812 lb.) 6.75 oz. (.4218 lb.) 9.00 oz. (.5625 lb.)
(1:30) 2.70 oz. (.1687 lb.) 4.05 oz. (.2531 lb.) 5.40 oz. (.3375 lb.)
(1:24) 2.15 oz. (.1350 lb.) 3.21 oz. (.20063 lb.) 4.32 oz. (.2700 lb.)
(1:15) 1.35 oz. (.08437 lb.) 2.025 oz. (.1265 lb.) 2.40 oz. (.1687 lb.)

 

 

 

 

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FERTILIZING FISH PONDS WITH FULL STRINGER 10-52-4

 

Just as proper fertilization can greatly increase crop yields, fish pond fertilization can increase fish yields 2 to 4 times. In addition to increased yields, the fish will be in better condition. Infertile ponds seldom produce more than 100 pounds of fish per acre, while well-managed, fertile ponds can produce 300-400 pounds of fish per acre.

Fertilization of fish ponds stimulates algae growth. Algae are eaten by zooplankton and insects, which serve as a basic food source for bream and bass. Algae also make the water turn green, which helps shade the pond bottom. This helps prevent the growth of unwanted, bottom-rooted weeds and pond moss.


 

 

 

FULL STRINGER BENEFITS

 

Old fashioned types of fertilizer used for fish ponds were dry granular 18-46-0 and liquid concentrate       10-34-0. Auburn University research has shown that liquid fertilizers are superior to granular fertilizers in promoting rapid algae growth in fish ponds. Also, the cost of pond fertilization may be reduced, since smaller applications of liquid fertilizers can be used. However, these liquids are very labor- and time-intensive to apply, as they require diluting to 1/10 concentration and a slow rate of application to insure proper mixing in the pond water.

Full Stringer 10-52-4 offers the best of both worlds for fish pond management. Full Stringer requires no premixing or agitation because Full Stringer dissolves rapidly on contact with water. Application can be made by hand or aquatic applicator. One man can do in 1 to 2 hours what usually takes two men all day to do with other fertilizers. With Full Stringer Fish Pond Fertilizer, you fertilize the water, not the bottom of the pond.
 


 

 

 

FISH POND FERTILIZATION MANAGEMENT

 

Water clarity is a good way to determine when to fertilize. The depth that light can penetrate into the pond is a measure of the algae density. Light penetration can be measured using a Secchi disk, an 8-inch diameter disk quartered with the two opposite quarters white and black, respectively. Attach the disk to a yardstick or to a pole marked at 12, 18, and 24 inches from the disk.

 

 


 

 

 

SECCHI DISK READING

 

 

Secchi Disk Reading

Recommended Management

Greater than 24 inches

Fertilize

18 to 24 inches

Good bloom - do nothing

12 to 18 inches

Dense bloom - watch closely

12 inches or less

Bloom too dense - determine source and be prepared to aerate at night

6 inches or less

Oxygen depletion imminent

 

 

 

 

FULL STRINGER APPLICATION RATES AND INSTRUCTIONS

 

NOTE: Use a rate of 4 pounds of product per surface acre of water.

1. Make the first application of fertilizer in early spring when water temperature is consistently above 65ļF.
Follow with two additional applications at 2-3 week intervals.

2. Continue applications at 3-4 week intervals or whenever the water
clears enough that a white disk attached to a yardstick is visible to a depth of 18 inches.

3. Stop applications by the last week in September.



CAUTION: Over-fertilization of fish ponds can cause serious injury to stock. Do not fertilize ponds when the Secchi disk disappears between 12 and 18 inches - the bloom is too dense. If the disk disappears in less than 12 inches, the bloom is very dense, and a severe oxygen depletion could occur.
 

 

 

 

 

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