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FertiClear Refuel®

Liquid nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizer

FertiClear Refuel® contains the essential nutrients, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, plus zinc, to replenish plant nutrition in permanent crops post-harvest. It is formulated with Mar Vista Resources’ Nutri-Drive® technology to improve plant uptake and nutrient use efficiency. The phosphorus in FertiClear Refuel® is in the phosphite form, which increases nutrient absorption. While primarily used as a post-harvest product, FertiClear Refuel® is an effective supplement throughout the season when nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are needed.

  • Contains 7% nitrogen, 2% phosphorus, 16% potassium and 0.4% chelated zinc
  • Prevents and corrects nutrient deficiencies in a wide range of agronomic and ornamental plants
  • Fast-acting formulation for a quick response to nutrient deficiencies
  • Provides plant health benefits during peak nutrient demand for crops grown on soil with poor nutrient availability or crops with weakened root systems

Packaging Options
Available in 2.5-gallon jugs, 275-gallon totes or bulk volumes.

Product Type
Crop Nutrition Icon
Crop Nutrition
Enhanced Products Icon
Enhanced Products
Application Type
Soil Icon
Soil
Foliar Icon
Foliar
Fertigation Icon
Fertigation
Product Line
BlueTerra Icon
BlueTerra
Nutrients
Nitrogen Icon
Nitrogen
Phosphorus Icon
Phosphorus
Potassium Icon
Potassium
Zinc Icon
Zinc

Application Details

FertiClear Refuel® fertilizer may be applied as a foliar spray by air, ground concentrate or dilute.

Nutrient Function

Nitrogen Icon
Nitrogen is the main plant protein component and is needed in large quantities for healthy plant growth. Nitrogen deficiency can lead to root disease, reduced photosynthesis, stunted plants and reduced crop yield, while sufficient nitrogen can increase tolerance to early-season soil diseases.
Phosphorus Icon
Phosphorus is required for adequate cell membrane function and is crucial for a plant’s metabolic processes, including root and vegetative growth, flowering, and seed production.
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