Project Description

Hay-Now

 

Hay-Now is a foliar applied liquid fertilizer containing N, P, K with Sulfur, Iron, and Zinc. It is specifically formulated to deliver readily available nutrients during the vegetative growth stages to enhance growth and root development. Hay-Now assists your hay crops and pastures during periods of stress to maximum production. Hay-Now is easy to use and can be tank-mixed with herbicides and pesticides. When diluted in water, Hay-Now is safe to apply to fields where animals are present.

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  • Works on all grasses and legumes
  • Can be applied with herbicides
  • easy to use and won’t clog spray nozzles
  • Enhances growth and root development
  • Apply 1-2 quarts per acre spring through fall
Available in 2.5, 30, 275 gallon – and bulk sizes. Please check with your dealer for availability and application rates.                           
Total Nitrogen (N) …. 7%
• 1.9% Ammoniacal Nitrogen
• 5.1% Urea Nitrogen
Available Phosphate (P2O5)……………….. 9%
Soluble Potash (K2O)……………….. 5%
Sulfur (S)……………….. 4.5%
• 4.5% Combined Sulfur
Iron (Fe)…..0.2%
• 0.2% Chelated Iron
Zinc (Zn)…..0.5%
• 0.5% Chelated Zinc
Derived from Ammonium Hydroxide, Urea, Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Ammonium Thiosulfate, Iron EDTA and Zinc EDTA.
Foliar apply Hay-Now anytime from early spring green-up through fall. If cutting, apply Hay-Now after every cutting with 2 to 3 inches of re-growth. If grazing, apply Hay-Now every 30 to 45 days. Suggested application rate is 1 to 2 quarts diluted in 10-20 gallons of water per acre. For use on all grass hays and legumes.
Drawing on over 10 years of experience, Hay-Now is specially formulated with added Sulfur and Iron for a cost-effective program that is easy to use. Expect success you can see with Hay-Now on your fields and pastures.
Joe Dedman, Monty's Vice President of Agronomy
I have been using Monty’s plant food for my alfalfa/grass hay for the past 2 yrs. I started using Hay Now this year. With the drought here in southwest Michigan this year, my hay has done tremendous. I’m now going to get a 5th cutting here weather dependent. I keep bale data from year to year and have increased production each year. I have another hay farmer who keeps asking me how I get so many cuttings. Monty’s!!!!!! He sees the results.

David Kroa, Farmer
We have a 5-year-old stand of alfalfa that has been quite productive for its age, but we wanted to see what a little foliar nutrition would do for it after a cutting. We took the second cutting and soon after flew on Hay-Now at 1 quart to the acre — after which we got a 1/2″ rain the next day. You could immediately tell there was a nice green-up and the alfalfa seemed to regrow more vigorously after the application. This year was the first time we have taken a 4th cutting off of this field and are still going to get some grazing out of it this fall. The Hay-Now definitely gave a boost to that field and we plan on utilizing it more on our other forages in the coming years as well.
Nate Belcher, Farmer

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