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FBS Transit Soil 500

Advanced Nutrition for Soil Formulations

Highly Concentrated for Manufacturing Use

FBS Transit Soil 500™ is a highly concentrated formulation of our FBS Transit® nutrient efficiency technology intended for manufacturing use only. It is sold as an ingredient and optimized for soil formulations. Naturally derived from a diverse mixture of specific organic acids, FBS Transit Soil 500 is highly efficient with very low application rates. FBS Transit Soil 500 promotes the uptake, absorption, and translocation of nutrients in the plant leading to the following benefits:

Increased Nutrient Density & Improved Quality
  • Higher Soluble Solids & Sugar Content
  • Larger Size & Better Color
  • Healthier Canopy
Significantly Healthier Plants & Increased Yields
  • Increased Rooting
  • Greater Biomass
  • Increased Germination, Faster Emergence
  • Increased Photosynthesis
Stress Mitigation & Recovery
  • Including Heat & Drought Stress
  • Frost Stress
  • Salinity Stress
Increased Efficiency of Applied Nutrients
  • Increased Movement of Nutrients Throughout the Plant
  • Reduces Soil Tie-ups
  • Greater Moisture Utilization


Mineral Complexed Organic Matter

0.9% by weight

Water-based, highly compatible with fertilizers, biostimulants and crop protection products.

Suggested for all crops

Available in Totes

For Manufacturing Use Only

Application Rates & Timing

Apply 1.2-1.6 ounces per acre in-furrow or near the seed. Apply 1.6-2.4 ounces per acre with liquid fertilizers banded, side-dressed, dribbled, strip-tilled, broadcast or through irrigation systems. Impregnate 6.4-48 ounces per acre onto each ton of dry fertilizer depending on the final application of fertilizer in the field.

Storage & Stability

Keep in original container. Keep container highly closed when not in use. Store product above 40° F. Protect from excessive heat. Store in a cool dry place.

Registration Status

Approved uses will vary from country to country depending on local registration requirements.