Dry Specialty Fertilizers
MAX are soluble fertilizer formulations that contain carboxylic acid technology used in C.A.L.F.A.® Designed for drip irrigation or soil applications to maximize nutrient release and availability through plant roots.
Utilized during bloom and early fruit development stages where phosphate and potassium are beneficial.
Derived From: potassium nitrate, ammonium phosphate, potassium phosphate, copper EDTA, iron EDTA, manganese EDTA, zinc EDTA, boric acid and ammonium molybdate
Sol-U-Gro® MAX 11-48-5
High phosphate blend designed specifically for high pH and alkaline soils to assist in plant nutrition through drip, pivot, and other soil applications.
Derived From: potassium nitrate, ammonium phosphate, carboxylates, copper EDTA, iron EDTA, manganese EDTA, zinc EDTA, sodium borate, and ammonium molybdate
Sol-U-K® MAX 6-0-44
Designed to be utilized during the final stages of fruit development and fruit ripening.
Derived From: potassium nitrate, potassium sulfate.
Why are the Miller formulations so superior to all other soluble fertilizers?
- Miller’s Plant Nutrition and Soluble Fertilizers are produced with high quality raw materials
- Miller makes sure that the raw materials used contain the lowest possible level of chlorine, and in some cases, are totally free of chlorine.
- Featuring EDTA chelated micronutrients . Micronutrients which are not chelated react in the spray tank with phosphates, which could result in precipitation leading to blocked nozzles as well as reduction in activity of other pesticides in the spray tank.
- Miller utilizes urea that is prilled very slowly. The faster the urea is prilled the higher the biuret levels which are phytotoxic and can cause damage to foliage, flowers and fruits.
- Miller nitrogen sources are selected and utilized in formulation ratios to maximize plant response.
- Miller both grinds and blends (not just blends) the raw materials. Miller grinds the final formulation to a fine and uniform particle size. Blended products do not always have uniform particle size and this can lead to product separation and sedimentation in the spray tank.