PRODUCT FEATURES

NACHURS Triple Option is a versatile N-P-K-S liquid fertilizer that contains 100% orthophosphate, sulphur, and NACHURS Bio-K technology, the most plant available source of potassium

• NACHURS Bio-K is a premium source of potassium fertilizer combined with a natural plant metabolite creating the most effective and efficient source of potassium. Using Bio-K technology results in quicker germination, improved root development, and an elevated abiotic stress tolerance; this leads to better plant establishment, more vigorous growth, and higher yields.

• What makes Bio-K unique is in the origination of its organic-based carrier (anion), the acetate molecule. Acetate is a natural plant metabolite that has many important functions within the plant as well as in the symbiotic relationship between plant roots and soil microbes/mycorrhizal fungi.


NACHURS Triple Option is a high orthophosphate fertilizer offering immediate nutrient availability.


Low salt index

Excellent preplant or transplant fertilizer!

RECOMMENDED APPLICATION RATES AND METHODS

It can be safely applied at any time during the growing season without risk of burning


Recommended on all crops for healthier soils


Can be applied through water-run, drip, overhead irrigation or foliar


May be mixed with most tank fertilizers prior to application

• It is always recommended that a jar test be done when adding to other fertilizer or and follow the pesticide labels when considering tank mixing pesticides with fertilizer products.
Apply 1 to 5 gallons per acre annually in combination with Carbon Penetrant + PNGreen

• Row Crops: 1 to 5 gallons depending on needs in early and mid-summer

• Tree Crops: 2-8 gallons per season

TRIPLE OPTION BY NACHURS RESOURCES

Penny Newman Farm Products…low salt solutions that promote healthy soils.

“Customers Say”…

Mitch Yribarren, Yribarren Family Farms – Fourth Generation Farmer – Tranquility, CA
Crops: Almonds, Pistachios, Pomegranate, Row Crops

Carbon Penetrant + PNGreen
“We started using Carbon Penetrant three years ago when our orchard was 13 years old. At the time, California was in the third year of a very dry period of hydrology statewide and our irrigation district was extremely reliant on well water for the second year in a row. The water was adding to the overall salinity of the soil and the effects were more pronounced in our trees because of their age relative to other orchards in our area. Leaf tip burn, trees completely drying up and late season leaf defoliation were some of the negative effects. Our Monterey variety was so stressed from the salty well water that some actually went into a second bloom after harvest. For the first time since planting the trees in 2003, my dad and I began to discuss whether or not we will be able to get 20+ years of production from the trees or if we should begin preparing for removal and replant. As it turned out that wasn’t necessary. In the first year of applying Carbon Penetrant we noticed immediate improvement in water penetration that led to larger moisture zones. Areas that would have standing water for up to 4 days after irrigations suddenly were reduced to nothing more than wet soil after 24 hours.