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Give Sluggish Crops a Boost


What is It?

  • Nutri-Boost is a low salt index liquid fertilizer for in-crop spray.
  • It’s formulated with a high content of Phosphorus along with a complete micro-package.
  • Contains the Stress Reliever Technology™ (offsets energy re-allocation during stress periods).
  • The product is available in 10L jugs, 450L and 1000L IBC’s.

When & Why Use It?

  • Use with the herbicide at 3-5 leaf stage.
  • Nutri-Boost boosts the metabolism, provides energy (high phosphorus analysis) and relieves the crop from early-season stress (cold, wet, physical or chemical injury, …).
  • Use after hail storm with Super B (10% Boron) to mitigate tissue damage and restimulate growth and branching.
  • Use to advance crop maturity.

What to Expect?

  • Improved root and shoot growth and development.
  • Stronger and healthier plants capable of withstanding environmental stresses.
  • Faster recovery from stress (from yellowing to greener crop)
  • Nutri-Boost helps prevent maturity delays and preserves yield and quality.

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Application Guidelines

  • Cereals and Canola: 2 L/ac with 5-10 US gal/ac of water.
  • Can be used alone or in combination with pesticides (see compatibility charts).
  • Recommended for all crops at the 3-5 leaf stage.
  • Past this stage, check with your local OMEX rep for other available products.
  • Tank-mix with 0.5 L/ac of Super B on hail-damaged crops.
  • Add Nutri-Boost Fertilizer to the water before adding the pesticide when tank mixing. Add Nutri-Boost Fertilizer last when tank mixing with Liberty or Infinity.


2018 – Heavy clay – Manitoba
2017 – Peas, Eastern Saskatchewan
Left: No nutrition, Right: Nutri-boost®, Super B®, 5-25-5
2016 – Saskatchewan
Left: UTC, Right: Nutri-Boost®
2015 – Summary of Canola Trials in Saskatchewan; OMEX-JD-Field Connect
  • Canola
  • Seeded: May 22nd, 2015
  • Treated: June 18th, 2015
    Nutri Boost @ 2L/ac +1/3L/ac Super B
  • Harvested: October 10th, 2015
2012 – Sandy soil (McGregor, MB)
2012 – Sandy soil (McGregor, MB), Heavy clay (St François-Xavier, MB)
2009 – Eastern Saskatchewan
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