PESTICIDE(S) AND LIQUID BLENDS OF MICRONUTRIENTS

General Information

USE INFORMATION

MIX is used to achieve stability and compatibility of pesticide(s) in solution with various liquid fertilizers and/or water. This product also improves the compatibility of micronutrients in liquid fertilizer solutions. Used as directed, this product improves the compatibility of liquid fertilizer - pesticide and aqueous pesticide mixtures. Uniform and stable mixtures ensure accurate pesticide applications with a minimum of agitation.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

METHOD 1: Add two-thirds of the required fertilizer to a spray tank. Add required amount of this product to liquid fertilizer and begin agitation. Add the required amount of pesticide with the agitator running. Fill spray tank with the remaining volume of liquid fertilizer and continue agitation until contents are thoroughly mixed .

METHOD 2: Add two-thirds of the required fertilizer to a spray tank. Prepare a premix of the desired pesticide(s) in 2 to 3 parts water and the desired amount of this product. Add the premix to the fertilizer with agitator running and fill the spray tank with the remaining volume of liquid fertilizer and thoroughly mix .

High nitrogen fertilizers generally require low concentrations of this product. Medium phosphate or phosphate/potassium solutions usually will require medium to high concentrations of this product. High phosphate fertilizers will require high concentrations of this product.

The use of this product will vary with the type of liquid fertilizer and pesticide used. Therefore, a jar test is recommended using proportional quantities of the components to determine the stability of the spray tank mixture.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

PESTICIDE(S) AND LIQUID BLENDS OF MICRONUTRIENTS

Note: If more than one pesticide is to be used, add them in the following sequence:

1. Wettable powders (in slurry form prepared with 2 to 3 parts water).

2. Flowables (diluted with 2 to 3 parts water).

3. Water solubles.

4. Emulsifiable concentrate.

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