VERDE-CAL can offer some relief by releasing calcium and thus conditioning the soil and making other nutrients available.
Irrigation Water Acidifier
AcidipHy Liquid is a unique blend of acidifying agents combined with a surfactant and manganese sulfate designed to be applied either through the irrigation system or in a tank spray. AcidipHy Liquid lowers the soil and soil solution’s pH while utilizing and/or releasing soil nutrients that are present but previously not available to the soil or plants. AcidipHy Liquid enhances stress resistance by allowing the plant/soil to regain balance and release nutrients.
AcidipHy Liquid provides varying rates to allow for optimum effect based on soil/paste/water test data. Water and soil samples should be taken and analyzed on a routine basis by a reputable lab. Apply and immediately irrigate to field capacity to flush salts. AcidipHy Liquid may be applied monthly or as necessary to maintain desired salt and bicarbonate levels. Apply at a minimum dilution rate of 50 parts water to 1 part AcidipHy Liquid.
• Lowers pH of irrigation water and soil profile water
• Neutralizes the negative effects of high bicarbonate and carbonate levels in irrigation water and the soil solution
• Maintains the solubility of calcium and magnesium in irrigation and soil water
• Improves the ability of soil-applied calcium based amendments to produce soluble calcium
• Dissolves calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate salts on the surface (crusting) and in the soil profile
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Golf, Lawns and Sports Turf
Sprayable Application: Apply 1 to 3 ounces per 1,000 ft² in 1 to 2 gallons of water (3 to 9 L/ha in a 400 to 800 L) at 30 day intervals or as needed.
Irrigate with sufficient water to deliver AcidipHy L to the soil profile – 1/8 inch (3 mm) or more recommended.
Irrigation Injection Application: Based on irrigation water hardness, inject 1 to 9 gallons per acre in 50 to 450 gallons of water (10 to 85 L/ha in 470 to 4,200 L) at 30 day intervals or as needed.
|50 Bicarbonate ppm||1 gallon per acre||(10 L/ha)|
|100 Bicarbonate ppm||2 gallons per acre||(20 L/ha)|
|200 Bicarbonate ppm||4 gallons per acre||(37 L/ha)|
|300 Bicarbonate ppm||6 gallons per acre||(55 L/ha)|
|400 Bicarbonate ppm||8 gallons per acre||(75 L/ha)|
|450 Bicarbonate ppm||9 gallons per acre||(85 L/ha)|