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FertiDrip® Foundation MVR

Liquid nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizer plus zinc

FertiDrip® liquid fertilizers are formulated to prevent nutrient precipitation in irrigation water and improve nutrient uptake and utilization by the plant.

FertiDrip® Foundation MVR is a soil-applied fertilizer that builds a solid foundation for early-season plant growth and development. The phosphorus in the formulation supports healthy root growth and improved nutrient and water uptake. The added zinc helps plants synthesize proteins critical for healthy plant growth. FertiDrip® Foundation MVR is formulated with Mar Vista Resources’ innovative Nutri-Drive® technology to improve nutrient use efficiency and mobility within the plant.

  • Contains 7% nitrogen, 21% phosphorus, 1% potassium and 0.5% chelated zinc
  • Formulated for compatibility with high bicarbonate irrigation water
  • Contains an anti-flocculation compound to prevent nutrient precipitation
  • Can be used through drip irrigation systems without clogging emitters

Packaging Options
Available in 2.5-gallon jugs, 5-gallon pails, 275-gallon totes and bulk volumes.

Product Type
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Crop Nutrition
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Enhanced Products
Application Type
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Product Line
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Application Details

FertiDrip® Foundation MVR is a soil-applied fertilizer for use in all drip and micro-sprinkler irrigation systems. It can be used for all crops and is compatible with all irrigation water.

Nutrient Function

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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.
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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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