Instructions for use of foliar application of Envita in USA
Envita® is a nitrogen-fixing solution that allows you to take control of nitrogen utilization on your farm. Applied in-furrow or as a foliar spray, Envita enables cells throughout the plant, including foliage and roots, to fix their own nitrogen and fill the nitrogen gap between crop required and crop available nitrogen. In order to get the best results with Envita, follow these practices.
Envita concentrate comes packaged in a multi-pack box of 4 x 1-gallon jugs. Each gallon of Envita will treat
Envita fits most fertility programs and is easy to use. If you are considering an application method that is not covered below, please contact us at email@example.com or 1-877-ENVITA1 (1-877-368-4821) for support.
Envita is compatible for tank-mixing with most crop protection products. Some herbicides with 2,4-D or MCPA have antibacterial effects and should be used with caution. To avoid compatibility issues, add Envita to the tank last and apply as quickly as possible.
Envita Mixing Instructions:
Mix in the following order:
Option A: 1) Water 2) Envita 3) Agrichemicals 4) Spray adjuvants (if applicable).
Option B: 1) Water 2) Agrichemicals 3) Envita 4) Spray adjuvants (if applicable).
See mixing volume examples in Table 1 below.
* Recommend using maximum carrier volume allowed by agrichemical label, with minimum 10 gal/ac recommended. Do not exceed maximum carrier volume allowed by agrichemical label.
Crop Specific Recommendations:
*If the primary timing is missed, Envita offers benefits at other timings that suit your management practices.
In order to get the best results with Envita, follow these practices:
For other crops, timing or if you have further application questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-877-ENVITA1 (1-877-368-4821).
Downloadable Use Instructions PDF
Downloadable Label PDF - Envita Foliar Label
In-furrow and foliar are the recommended application methods. Seed treatment is possible as an over-treatment on corn or a custom treatment on soybeans but requires higher liquid volumes than may be commonly used. Please contact us if you are considering applying Envita as a seed treatment.