Instructions for use of in-furrow application of Envita™ in Canada
Envita™ is a nitrogen-fixing solution that allows you to take control of the 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 available and accessible N. In order to get the best results with Envita, follow these instructions.
Envita concentrate comes packaged in a multi-pack box of 4 x 3.78L (1.0 gallon) jugs. Each 3.78L jug of Envita will treat 16.2 ha (40 acres) when diluted and applied in-furrow. Follow the instructions below to dilute, mix, and apply Envita.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-ENVITA1 (1-877-368-4821) for more information.
In-Furrow Mixing Instructions:
Recommended mix order when mixing Envita with other products:
Recommended Option A:
Recommended Option B:
NEVER MIX UNDILUTED ENVITA WITH UNDILUTED FERTILIZER. The following mixing order is NOT recommended.
Crop Specific Recommendations:
For application variations or other crops or if you have further application questions, please contact us at email@example.com or call 1-877-ENVITA1 (1-877-368-4821).
In order to get the best results with Envita, follow these best use practices:
Downloadable Label PDF:
How to Conduct a Jar Test with Envita:
Envita is compatible with most pop-up/starter fertilizers. For best results carefully follow mixing / use instructions and review our information on tank mix partners. Review this video on how to conduct an at home or in field jar test with Envita, to ensure your mixing ratios stay in solution.
In-furrow is the recommended application method. Seed treatment is possible as an over-treatment on corn or a custom treatment on soybeans but requires higher water volumes than what growers may be used to. Please contact us if you are considering applying Envita as a seed treatment.