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Performance Wetter nonionic surfactant
A wetter is a type of surfactant that, when applied with another product, increases spreading and wetting. For example, if you spray weeds with an herbicide, some of the product may run off the plant or not penetrate parts of the target as easily. Adding a wetter to the herbicide helps the product spread out and penetrate all the surfaces for maximum performance.
This surfactant contains organosilicone and other select surfactants and humectants. These ingredients allow the wetter to combine with most fertilizers and pesticides for use on crops, ornamentals and other target spots. The organosilicone chemistry improves wetting across the surface and causes faster, more effective penetration into the weed, grass or fungus. It works with herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and more, increasing your product's performance in any situation.
Use Alligare Performance Wetter with compatible pesticides and fertilizers to keep weeds, brush, insects and other invasive pests out of protected areas. Mix it in the tank according to the instructions, and apply it as directed on the pesticide label. You can use it for ground, aerial and aquatic applications under certain conditions and to increase water penetration in hard soils on lawns, turf and ornamental areas.
Some pesticides don't always spread across the entire target area. With Performance Wetter in the tank, you can apply most any pesticide and ensure that it covers and penetrates the target more effectively. By adding this wetter as a tank-mix, you improve your insecticide or herbicide, and the target area requires less retreatment. For greater coverage and penetration, use Alligare Performance Wetter.
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.
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