Alligare

Surface Nonionic Surfactant for Herbicides

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Alligare Surface surfactant improves the use of insecticides, fungicides and herbicides in the field. It enhances spreading and coverage over lawns, plants and target pests for greater effectiveness and control. Labeled as a low-foam wetter, this product helps the pesticide to spread out and stick on the target area, thus increasing its production by more than 100 percent. It lowers surface tension and promotes absorption of the pesticide on the plant's leaves. If you want to increase pesticide performance, check out Alligare Surface.

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    Active Ingredient(s)

    Alkylpolyoxethelene and derivatives and humectant 90%

    Used For

    Improves the use of insecticides, fungicides and herbicides in the field

    Manufacturer

    Alligare

    What is a Surfactant?

    A surfactant is any compound that breaks a liquid's surface tension and increases its contact with a target substance. A prime example is hand soap. It breaks the surface tension of water and helps the liquid get under and remove dirt and grime from your hands. When it's combined with a pesticide, Alligare Surfactant helps the chemical agents penetrate the leaves and go to work on the target pest.

     

    How Does Alligare Surface Work?

    Alligare Surface contains a 100 percent proprietary blend of formulation aids, glycol derivatives, humectant and alkyl polyoxethylene. This general-purpose, nonionic surfactant can be used with most any pesticide or plant growth regulator in a variety of settings. Surface mixes well in the tank and improves a product's performance instantaneously. The active ingredients break the surface tension of the product and help the plant absorb it more easily for greater results. 

     

    Where to Use Alligare Surface Surfactant

    Use Alligare Surface with any compatible insecticide, fungicide or herbicide to kill and control pests in lawns, commercial grassy areas, industrial turf and forestry sites. You should add Surface right before filling the container with water and then shake it before spraying the mixture onto the target areas. Once it's applied, the surfactant will help the product stick to the leaves and start working.

     

    Alligare Surface Features and Benefits

    • Breaks the surface tension of a liquid and improves product effectiveness
    • Helps a fungicide stick to and penetrate the target for greater control
    • For use with herbicides and insecticides on various residential and commercial areas
    • Assists in the penetration of active ingredients
    • Increases spray coverage on terrestrial and aquatic plants

    Tips for Use

    • Read the label for compatibility as some mixtures may cause phytotoxicity to desirable crops.
    • Shake the tank completely before spraying to ensure a thorough mixture.

    Alligare Surface Surfactant Increases Pesticide Effectiveness

    With Alligare Surface surfactant, you don't have to worry about insecticides or herbicides running off the target area. This nonionic surfactant keeps the product stuck on the leaves, giving it a chance to penetrate the foliage and take effect right away. It's compatible for use with various pesticides and also improves the spray coverage of plant growth regulators. For better weed and pest control, use Alligare Surface surfactant in your tank.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

    It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

     

    LABEL:

    For additional information on this product please reference the CDMS label database listed below

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