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Cide-Kick II Surfactant Adjuvant For Herbicide

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Some adjuvants only improve the wetting of pesticides on the target area, but Cide-Kick II combines the power of an activator, a sticker, a wetter and a penetrate in one product. It not only works well to break the surface tension on the leaves but also helps to penetrate the rough bark on woody plants and brush. You can use it with an herbicide to take out weeds on residential lawns or remove cattails from a pond. For better weed management, try Cide-Kick II surfactant adjuvant for herbicide use.

Features and Specifications

Active Ingredient(s) Blend of Limonenes 26.5%
Product Uses Surfactant
Sale Prohibited WA
Shipping Rate Free
EPA Registration

What is a Surfactant and an Adjuvant?

An adjuvant is an additive that increases herbicide, insecticide or fungicide activity. A surfactant is a type of adjuvant that enhances wetting and spreading of the product. Combined together, both a surfactant and an adjuvant keep the pesticide on the leaves and help it to penetrate the leaf surfaces for better results. When you use a pesticide without Cide-Kick II Surfactant Adjuvant or a similar adjuvant, you may see a significant reduction in the product's activity.


How Does Cide-Kick II Surfactant Adjuvant Work?

Cide-Kick II Surfactant Adjuvant nonionic spray adjuvant contains 100 percent D-limonene, isomers and select emulsifiers for improving herbicide uptake and penetrating the leaves and bark of herbaceous and woody plants. When it's mixed in the tank and sprayed with a compatible herbicide, Cide-Kick II keeps the product on the target area, reduces runoff and increases the effectiveness of the active ingredients.


Where to Use Cide-Kick II Surfactant Adjuvant

Use Cide-Kick II Surfactant Adjuvant with compatible pesticides according to the label. When it's used as recommended, you can apply it on weeds, brush and vines along roadsides and utility rights of way. It also helps an herbicide to eradicate weeds on forestry sites and aquatic surfaces with low- and high-volume ground applications. You can also combine Cide-Kick II with an herbicide and apply it as an aerial application.

Cide-Kick II Features and Benefits

  • Improves wetting, sticking and penetration of pesticides
  • Byproduct of the forest industry
  • Breaks down surface tension and improves activity on foliage, stems and bark
  • Increases uptake


Tips for Using Cide-Kick II

  • Refer to the label for compatibility before adding Cide-Kick II to an herbicide.
  • Add this adjuvant right before finishing off the tank with water.
  • Apply the spray uniformly to improve the coverage and the effectiveness of the chosen product.


Cide-Kick II Surfactant Adjuvant Increases Herbicide Activity

Even if an herbicide works well on its own, you can get as much as 50 percent more effectiveness with Cide-Kick II Surfactant Adjuvant nonionic adjuvant. It increases the product's activity on both terrestrial and aquatic weeds and penetrates tough bark on unwanted brush and vines. You can use it with most any compatible pesticide for greater weed management on residential, commercial and forestry sites. When you need to boost your herbicide, add Cide-Kick II to your tank.


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.


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



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