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|Ammonium sulfate, phosphoric and other acids 100%
|AK, CA, HI, WA
A water conditioner and a water softener have similar qualities as they both affect the water's feel, taste and odor. Whereas water softeners require added salt, water conditioners work without salt and reduce scaling of hard minerals. A water-conditioning agent also reduces sediment and other impurities in the water that can decrease a pesticide's overall performance.
Alligare Water Conditioner works at low-usage rates and is used as an ammonium sulfate replacement. It combines water-conditioning agents and ammonium ions in a premix formula for easy application. By using this water conditioner, you don't need to add ammonium sulfate to weak acid herbicides that contain glyphosate or dicamba. It isolates the hard-water ions and provides ammonium ions for greater uptake of pesticides on the target.
This effective water-conditioning agent is labeled for use on agricultural, forestry and industrial sites. You can also use it with pesticides on municipal property, noncrop areas, rights of way and other sites where compatible pesticides may be used. Although Alligare Water Conditioner doesn't contain added oil or surfactants, you can add them in the tank for better coverage, spreading and wetting on target sites.
With Alligare Water Conditioner, you get improved uptake and better performance from your herbicides, insecticides and fungicides. You can mix it in the tank with fertilizers, surfactants and oils and apply it as a spray over target areas such as weeds and brush. It isolates hard-water ions and eliminates the need for ammonium sulfate additives. When you want to improve your pesticides and reduce the number of applications, add Alligare Water Conditioner to your tank mixture.
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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