YaraVita STOPIT

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YaraVita Stopit is formulated from food grade calcium chloride to ensure crop safety and freedom from harmful impurities. Trials have consistently shown YaraVita Stopit to be safer and more effective than other chloride based products giving improved returns to growers. In many countries it has become the industry "benchmark". YaraVita Stopit is less corrosive to machinery and equipment than traditional products.

The liquid formulation makes it easy to measure, pour and mix the product in the spray tank.

The product is specifically formulated to provide maximum crop safety. This helps to ensure that application will not cause damage to the crop which can reduce it's market value.

The purity of raw materials selected for this product makes it safe for application to the crop and helps ensure that the harvested produce will not be rejected at any point in the supply chain.

A broad tankmixability makes it easy to co-apply the products with agrochemicals, saving both time and money. Just as important, free access to Tankmix information online or via smart phones makes it quick and easy to check whether products can be co-applied.

Product Application Advice

Almond

Almond: Two to five applications of 10 l/ha at 7 to 14 day intervals commencing at petal fall. Water rate: 500 to 1000 l/ha.

Apples

Apple: Repeat applications of 7.5-10 L/ha applied from end of flowering to harvest. Refer to YARA PHOSYN fruit quality programme for precise timings. Water rate: 500-1000 L/ha. When using in a tank mix with Seniphos the higher water rate must be used.

Apricot

Apricot: 2 applications of 5 L/ha followed by 2 applications of 10 L/ha starting 3 to 7 days after petal fall and repeated at 7 to 10 day intervals. Plus 10 L/ha applied 14 to 21 and again 7 to 10 days before harvest. Water rate: 500-1000 L/ha.

Aubergine

Eggplant (field grown): Two to four applications of 5 L/ha from the end of flowering at 7 day intervals. Water rate: 500 L/ha.

Banana

bananas: Four to five applications of 5 l/ha from fruit set at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 500 l/ha.

Beans

Beans: 5 L/ha applied at the 4 to 6 leaf stage (10 to 15 cm tall). Repeat applications can be made at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 200 L/ha.

Blueberries

Blueberries: 10 l/ha applied 10 days after petal fall has finished. Bushes being grown for a second cropping year should receive the fruiting year programme again. Water rate: 1000 l/ha.

Brassica Vegetables

Brassicas: 2 to 3 applications of 5 L/ha applied from stem extension/head development to harvest with 10 to 14 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 200-500 L/ha.

Broccoli

Broccoli: 2 to 3 applications of 5 l/ha from stem extension/head development to harvest. Allow 10 to 14 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 75 to 200 l/ha.

Brussel Sprouts

Brussel Sprouts: 2 to 3 applications of 5 l/ha from stem extension/head development to harvest. Allow 10 to 14 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 75 to 200 l/ha.

Cabbage

Cabbage: 2 to 3 applications of 5 l/ha from stem extension/head development to harvest. Allow 10 to 14 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 75 to 200 l/ha.

Canola

Canola: 5 L/ha from the 4 to 6 leaf stage up to the onset of stem extension. If appropriate, consider a second application 10 to 14 days later. Water rate: 50-200 L/ha.

Carrots

Carrot: 2 to 3 applications of 5 L/ha when sufficient leaf area to intercept spray with 10 to14 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 200-500 L/ha.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower: 2 to 3 applications of 5 l/ha from stem extension/head development to harvest. Allow 10 to 14 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 75 to 200 l/ha.

Celery

Celery: 5 l/ha 4 to 6 leaf stage. Repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals as necessary. Water rate: 200 l/ha.

Cereals

Cereals: 5 l/ha. Apply from 4 leaves to second node detectable (Zadok's G,S, 14 to 32). Water rate: 80 l/ha. Repeat application 10 - 14 days later if required, within these stages. For aerial applications 5 l/ha applied from 4 leaves to second node detectable (Zadok's GS 14 to 32). Water rate: 50 l/ha.

Cherries

Cherry: 10 L/ha applied 1 month and again 2 weeks before harvest. Water rate: 500-1000 L/ha.

Citrus

Citrus: 3-5 applications of 20 L/ha applied at 10 to 14 day intervals commencing when fruit reach 40 to 50 mm diameter (around mid January for Washington Navels in the Riverland and Sunraysia). Water rate: 1000 L/ha minimum.

Coffee

Coffee: 2 applications of 5 l/ha. The first application before flowering. The second application at the start of fruit maturation. Water rate: 300 l/ha.

Cucumber

Cucumber (field grown): 2 to 3 applications of 5 L/ha commencing at fruit set with 7 to 10 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 200-500 L/ha.

Hops

Hops: 10 l/ha when the crop is 1 metre tall, then repeated at 10 to 14 day intervals up to the starting to burr stage. Water rate: 500 to 1000 l/ha.

Kiwi

Kiwi: 3 applications of 5 L/ha applied 1) within 5 days of petal fall, 2) 30-35 days from petal fall, 3) 40-45 days from petal fall. Water rate: 500-1000 L/ha.

Leek

Leek: 5 l/ha applied two weeks after transplanting, or in the case of direct sown crops, when the crop is 15 cm tall. Repeat applications may be necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 200 l/ha minimum.

Lettuce

Lettuce (field grown): 2 to 3 applications of 5 L/ha commencing 10 to 14 days after transplanting or emergence with 7 to 10 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 50-500 L/ha.

Maize

Sweetcorn: 5 l/ha at the 4 to 8 leaf stage. Water rate: 30 to 200 l/ha.

Melons

Melon (field grown): 2 to 3 applications of 5 L/ha commencing at fruit set with 7 to 10 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 200-500 L/ha.

Nectarines

Nectarines: Regular applications of 5 to10 l/ha at 7 to14 day intervals from petal fall to one week before harvest. Water rate: 150-500 L/ha.

Olives

Olive: 5 to 10 L/ha. Regular applications at 10 to 14 day intervals from petal fall to one week before harvest. Water rate: 500-1000 L/ha.

Onions

Onions: 5 to 10 L/ha at bulb swelling. Repeat applications at 7 to 10 day intervals as necessary. Water rate: 200-500 L/ha.

Peach

Peach: 2 applications of 5 L/ha followed by 2 applications of 10 L/ha starting 3-7 days after petal fall and repeated at 7-10 day intervals. Plus 10 L/ha applied 14-21 and again 7-10 days before harvest. Water rate: 500-1000 L/ha.

Peanuts

Peanuts: 5 L/ha at start of flowering and again during pod development. Water rate: 50-200 L/ha.

Pears

Pears: Repeat applications of 7.5 to 10 L/ha applied from end of flowering to harvest. Refer to YARA PHOSYN fruit quality programme for precise timings. Water rate: 500-1000 L/ha. When using in a tank mix with Seniphos the higher water rate must be used.

Pepper

Capsicum (field grown): 1 to 4 applications of 5 L/ha commencing at flowering of second truss. Allow 7 days between applications. Water rate: 50-500 L/ha.

Plums

Plum: 10 L/ha applied 1 month and again 2 weeks before harvest. Water rate: 500-1000 L/ha.

Poppy Seed

Poppy: One to three applications of 3 l/ha at 10 to 14 day intervals commencing once there is adequate leaf cover to intercept the spray, and continuing up to the start of flowering. Water rate: 20-200 l/ha.

Potatoes

Potatoes: 2 to 3 applications of 5 to 10 L/ha commencing at tuber initiation with 10 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 200-500 L/ha.

Pumpkin

Pumpkin (field grown): 2 to 3 applications of 5 L/ha commencing at fruit set with 7 to 10 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 200-500 L/ha.

Raspberries

Raspberry: 3 applications of 10 l/ha at start of flowering, end of flowering and fruit development. Water rate: 200 to 500 l/ha.

Squash (Field Grown)

Squash (field grown): 2 to 3 applications of 5 L/ha commencing at fruit set with 7 to 10 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 200-500 L/ha.

Strawberries

Strawberry (field grown): 10 l/ha from start of flowering. Repeat applications at 7 to 10 intervals.Water rate: 200 to 600 l/ha.