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uPtaKe IC

Improved Plant Nutrition

ANALYSIS (13-7-4; 5-25-5; 8-32-5 + MICRO PACKAGE)

What is It?

  • High analysis source of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium, as well as micronutrients, in a specifically formulated foliar blend.
  • Low salt index customized formula.
  • uPtaKe IC 5-25-5 + micro package
  • uPtaKe IC 13-7-4 + micro package
  • uPtaKe IC 8-32-5 + micro package
  • The product is available in 10L jugs, 450L and 1000L IBC’s.

When & Why Use It?

  • Use to supplement a well-balanced soil-applied fertility when the soil is unable to transfer nutrients (waterlogging, drought, heat, high humidity).
  • Use to mitigate or correct crop deficiency and based on tissue test.
  • Phosphorus uptake through the leaves is far greater than through the roots.
  • Uptake and utilization of Phosphorus is improved when balanced with Potassium and Nitrogen.

What to Expect?

  • uPtaKe IC reduces the impact of stress (i.e., wet, cold, dry).
  • uPtaKe IC prevents the appearance of nutrient deficiencies and growth stall of the crop, which could lead to yield loss or delay in maturity.
  • uPtaKe IC improves the nutritional status of the crop during periods of shortage.
  • When used with well-balanced soil fertility, uPtake IC provides a positive ROI.

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Application Guidelines

  • 2-4 L/ac in a spray volume of 5-10 US gal/ac.
  • Use alone or in combination with pesticides for cereals (3-5 leaf stage, flag, heading), canola (rosette, early bloom at fungicide timing, after poding), flax and legumes (early bloom with the fungicide).
  • For potatoes, perform 3 applications (10-14 day intervals), beginning at tuber initiation.


2016 – Heavy clay soil (Stephenfield, Manitoba)
Left side: UTC | Right side: uPtaKe IC ® 5-25-5
2015 – uPtaKe IC ® Technology, Heavy Clay (Oakville, Manitoba)
uPtaKe IC® 13-7-4
uPtaKe IC® 5-25-5
uPtaKe IC® 8-32-5
Heavy Clay, Oakville MB, 2015
Heavy Clay, Oakville MB, 2015
Heavy Clay, Oakville MB, 2015
Heavy Clay, Oakville MB, 2015
Left side: uPtaKe IC® 13-7-4
Right side: UTC
2016 – Sugarbeet, Taber, AB 2006 – Early season cold Stress
uPtaKe IC® 5-25-5
Left side: UTC
Right side: uPtaKe IC® 13-7-4
Phosphorous Deficient
Foliar Phosphorous
Foliar Phosphorous

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