Beneficial application technology reduces product losses via drift, evaporation and inactivation of chemicals, ensuring excellent efficacy whilst maximising yield potential.
– All crops
Guaranteed analysis (% w/v);
– Nitrogen 1.77%, Phosphorus 1.63%, Copper 0.91% & Boron 0.63%
– 110L & 1000L
Recommended application timing and rate;
– In-crop late spray application (pre-flowering) = 700 mL/ha
Cubo uniquely incorporates chelated nutrients, phosphites and application technology. These ingredients complement each other to ensure maximum spray performance is achieved. Chelated nutrients and phosphites are immediately provided to the plant and translocated throughout, complementing fungicides, promoting health and boosting productivity.
Application technology is a blanket term that refers to the many variables the affect the efficacy of a spray application. Factors revolve around 3 key stages in the spray process; conditions in the spray tank, movement from nozzle to leaf and activity once on the leaf. Cubo works to ameliorate water hardness and pH, improve spray coverage and target penetration, and minimise inadvertent losses due to evaporation, drift and foaming.
Cubo is specifically formulated to assist late in-crop foliar applications. No additional additives are required due to its comprehensive formulation, simplifying spray preparation and management on-farm. Integrating copper is essential for multiple physiological processes that include photosynthesis, respiration and activating enzymes that promote protein production. This strengthens crop defences, enhancing overall productivity and tolerance to disease.
Cubo is compatible with all pesticides and liquid UAN.
Cubo has the ability to assist with water conditioning in preparation for the addition of pesticides to the spray tank. This management of water quality is essential is maximising the efficacy of all pesticide active ingredients.
All our trials have been conducted by independent research organisations such as Kalyx, Living Farm, Crop Circle Consulting, South East Agronomy Research, AgXtra and NACRA.