AERIAL, CDA - WHEN USING 1 - 3 GALLONS OF SPRAY SOLUTION PER ACRE

General Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

JOINT VENTURE is a proprietary blend of nonionic organosilicone surfactants and esterified fatty acids. It is designed for use with biological and biorational pesticides. JOINT VENTURE is particularly effective with those products that contain Neem Oil, Azadirachtin, Spodoptera exigua NPV or Bacillus thurengensis (Bt) as active ingredients.

The addition of JOINT VENTURE to a spray tank solution will improve a spray application by physically modifying the deposition and wetting characteristics of the spray solution, the result being a more uniform spray deposit. Although JOINT VENTURE can affect positively the spray application, optimum application and effect can be affected by, but is not limited to, the pesticide or product, the carrier, crop, pest, spray equipment, spray volume, pressure, droplet size and environmental factors.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT, READ ALL PRECAUTIONS, DIRECTIONS FOR USE, CONDITION OF SALE-LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY AND REMEDIES.

GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS

The addition of a spray adjuvant to some pesticide or pesticide tank-mix combinations may cause phytotoxicity to the foliage and/or fruit of susceptible crops or plants. Consequently, prior to the use of JOINT VENTURE in a spray tank-mix or prior to the application of a tank-mix with a product where a nonionic spray adjuvant is not specifically recommended but not prohibited by the products label, the user or application advisor must have experience with the combination under similar environmental and cultural conditions, or have conducted a phytotoxicity test under these same conditions.

USE: May be applied by Ground, Aerial, Controlled Droplet Application (CDA) or aquatic spray equipment.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

Aerial, CDA: When using 1 - 3 gallons of spray solution per acre, use 2-3 ounces per acre.

NOTE: Some pesticide labels may recommend higher or lower rates of spray adjuvant. When this occurs, follow the pesticide label(s) recommendations.