Pollen Boost is a pollination promoter that stimulates flower bud differentiation and supplies the necessary nutrients at the time of pollination. It prevents fruit deformation and promotes new shoot development. Pollinen Boost contains macro, seconday and micro nutrients including seaweed extract to stimulate production of new flower buds/shoots through auxin-cytokine signaling.
Use Pollen Boost during the bloom phase to promote healthy fruit/flower growth and pollination by adding 7.6 mL (1 1/2 tsp.) of product with one gallon (1 gal.) of water to properly dilute, unless otherwise specified in the table below. This product can also be used in other quantities during the plants flowering cycle, respecting the dilution rate of 1:500; product to water. After dilution, use only as a foliar spray 2 to 3 times during the fruiting phase. Do not apply prior to excessive rains, since this may reduce product effectiveness.
Pollen Boost contains a blend of necessary macro and minor elements as well as complexing and chelating compounds, seaweed (kelp), a bee attractant.
Appropriate land management practices should be used at all times with any fertilizer; this material should be prevented from entering public or private water supplies (including wells) and any lake, stream, or river.
Pollen Boost contains the necessary macro- and micronutrients to aid in pollination of the plant. Phosphorus aids in the ripening and maturation of fruit and potassium promotes cellular growth. Pollen Boost Maximized flower and fruit production and encourages new shoot growth. Propolis is a natural compound that attracts bees to flowers and enhances the pollination of crops.
Effective at improving fruit size and pollen activity.
Effective at aiding in new shoot development.
Effective at aiding in recuperation after abiotic stress.
|Crop Type||Mix Rate||Dilution Ratio||Foliar Spray||Timing & Frequency|
|Fruit trees||7.6 mL/ 1 gal 25.6 oz/ 100 gal||1:500||0.3 – 0.5 oz/ 1,000 ft213.8 – 20.8 oz/ Acre 33.3 – 50.0 oz/ Ha||Make 3 - 9 applications: 1 time 3 - 7 days before blooming, 1 - 3 times after blooming starts, and 1 - 3 times after pollination|
|Fruits, peppers, tomatoes, etc.||7.6 mL/ 1 gal 25.6 oz/ 100 gal||1:500||1 - 4 times from the 1st bloom and every 7-10 days thereafter|
The mix rate for Pollen Boost is 7.6 mL (1 1/2 tsp.) per 1 gallon of water that should only be applied directly to the plants leaves.