Chelated with the purest ortho-ortho EDDHA that exists, Redline is a liquid fertilizer containing a complete balance of macro and micronutrients.
Chelation makes fertilizer work. And since there are different types of chelate, there are different types of fertilizer performance.
Redline not only has the purest form of ortho-ortho EDDHA, it also has the highest percentage of it. This makes it last in the soil much longer than 10-34-0 and other chelated fertilizers.
By combining 6-12-2, a complete balance of micronutrients and highly concentrated ortho-ortho EDDHA, Redline gives your crop soluble nutrition like it’s never had before. The potency of the formula makes it nearly twice as efficient as 10-34-0.
You can apply Redline in-furrow or foliar, but research shows that in-furrow applications are most effective.
Redline has a low-salt formulation that’s noncorrosive and safe to apply in the root zone without risking seedling injury to most crops.
Redline may be red in color, but it won’t stain your tank, and it’s far less sticky than 10-34-0.
There really is a difference in the chelation process compared to some of these other fertilizer products I’ve seen in the past.
I thought Redline was fairly expensive until I figured out the true cost per acre putting down 3 gallons.
Having the proper chelating agent is mighty important there. I can see that in my field.
On the backside a lower use rate means more money in my pocket.
It’s a lot faster and simpler. Plus you’re handling a lot less product.
Mixing With Phosphorus or 10–34–0
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