GREENS AND TEES

General Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

KINETIC HV is a unique and superior nonionic wetting agent especially effective in postemergent, non-selective pesticide sprays. KINETIC HV allows for the rapid spreading and absorption of pesticide sprays into the plant leaves and stems and is especially effective with water based herbicide formulations. Subject to the cautionary use statements set forth in the Directions for Use, KINETIC HV may be used with other pesticide and/or fertilizer products. Optimum application and consequent effects can be influenced by many factors. Consequently, it is recommended that careful observation of the spray deposit be made and adjuvant rates be adjusted accordingly. Applications should be made to insure thorough coverage without excessive runoff of the application spray. In general, use the lowest rate of surfactant and the lowest volume of spray water recommended on the pesticide label. KINETIC HV can positively affect pesticide spray application and pesticide efficacy. KINETIC HV is recommended for use with those pesticides whose label recommends a nonionic wetter/spreader type adjuvant.

Do not apply this product in such a manner as to directly or through drift expose workers or other persons. Do not spray pesticides if conditions of thermal inversion exist, or if wind direction and speed may cause spray drift onto adjacent areas. With both aerial and ground applications, the use of a drift control or spray deposition additive (in accordance with pesticide label directions) may reduce the potential for drift to occur. Drift minimization is the responsibility of the applicator. Consult your local and state agricultural authorities for information regarding avoiding or minimizing spray drift.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

For improved water penetration of hard to wet soils and the uniform distribution of applied moisture:

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

GREENS AND TEES: Use KINETIC HV at .10%-.25% v/v concentration.

Applications of KINETIC HV through irrigation injection systems are possible provided that recommended use rates and dilutions are maintained and local, state, and federal guidelines are followed.