Archive for April 2015

Reducing Foam From Mixing Glyphosate Herbicides

Glyphosate formulations vary by product and year in regards to the amount of foam produced when preparing spray mixtures for weed control applications. Additional surfactants, water conditioners, and deposition management aids will help maximize glyphosate activity, but these also contain highly active surfactants that can cause excessive foam formation. Some adjuvants include a defoamer in […]

General Tank Mixing Directions

Tank mix partners properly mixed in the correct sequence can greatly reduce the chance of something going wrong in the spray tank. Improper mixing can cause many problems, including precipitation fallout, screen or nozzle plugging, and sludge. In addition to these problems being inconvenient, they also impact uniform coverage which leads to reduced efficacy. Remember […]