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Promotes Roots & Nodulation… Triggers Natural Defenses

ANALYSIS (0-27-6 WITH 3.8% ZN & 1.5% MN + 10% CA)

What is It?

  • Seed dressing for application onto pulse seed (peas, lentils, chickpeas,…).
  • Unique formulation with high concentrations of Phosphorus, Potassium, Zinc and Manganese.
  • Contains Calcium for root structure and nodulation.
  • Rhizobia-friendly formulation.
  • The Gel Rheology Technology™ keeps the highly concentrated product suspended and helps with seed adhesion and drying out.
  • The product is sold in cases of 1 × 10L of Pulse Primer and 1 × 10L of Primer Mn.

When & Why Use It?

  • Cold and wet conditions and when seeding into a dry soil.
  • High and Low pH soils, heavy manure land, soils with low organic matter.
  • Sandy and light-textured soils.
  • Heavy textured soil with high Mg content.
  • Most importantly when farming a land with challenging soil-borne/seed-borne diseases thriving under wet conditions.

What to Expect?

  • Pulse Pak enhances secondary root development which maximizes the uptake of all nutrients.
  • Pulse Pak triggers the crop’s natural defenses (i.e. Phytoalexins), which in conjunction with the fungicide seed treatment:
    • improves the control of soil- and seed-borne disease;
    • prevents root rots and damping-off;
    • improves crop emergence and establishment;
    • and helps preserve yield.

Size Options


Application Guidelines

  • 3 mL/Kg of seed or 122 bu per 10L jug; 410L per 5000 bushel bin.
  • If treating Fababeans, please consult with your agronomist or OMEX Rep for adjusted rate.
  • Pulse Pak can be used alone or in combination with other seed treatments. Check the best option for your targeted combinations.
  • Pulse Pak can be diluted with water for a more uniform coverage onto the seed. Dilution improves the dry down time.
  • Pulse Pak should NOT be used with liquid Rhizobia inoculant on the seed.
  • When using Pulse Pak, it is highly recommended to use dry granular inoculant.
  • It is highly recommended to wash the seed treatment equipment with water after use.


2018 Heavy clay – Manitoba

Eastern Saskatchewan

Left: UTC, Right: Pulse Pak™
2017 Heavy clay – Manitoba
2016 Kindersley, SK
Left: UTC, Right: Pulse Pak™
2012 Sandy soil (McGregor, MB)
Pulse Pak™
Massive nodulation on peas with Pulse Pak™

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