RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE AS A WETTING AGENT - DEW SUPPRESSION

General Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

PRO-MATE INDUCE is a nonionic low-foam wetter/spreader surfactant and a wetting agent for soils. PROMATE INDUCE incorporates the properties of a wetter/spreader adjuvant when used in pesticidal spray mixtures. PRO-MATE INDUCE lowers the surface tension of water which allows easier, more efficient wetting and spreading on plants and soil surfaces. This results in a more uniform spray deposit. PRO-MATE INDUCE can be used in pesticide and/or fertilizer spray mixtures.

Use of PRO-MATE INDUCE can positively affect pesticide and nutrient application and efficacy.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

FOR USE WITH PRODUCTS REGISTERED FOR: AQUATIC, FORESTRY, INDUSTRIAL, MUNICIPAL, NON-CROPLAND, ORNAMENTAL, RIGHTS-OF-WAY, TURF AS A SOIL WETTING AGENT, AND OTHER USES.

The addition of an adjuvant to some pesticide or pesticide tank-mixes combinations may cause phytotoxicity to the foliage of susceptible plants. Prior to the addition of PRO-MATE INDUCE to spray tank-mixes, the user or application advisor must have experience with the combination or must have conducted a phytotoxicity trial or must take the recommendations from the labels of the products to be tank-mixed.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE AS A WETTING AGENT

Dew Suppression

Turf, Greens and Tees

Apply PRO-MATE INDUCE at 2 oz/1000 sq. ft. with 2 - 4 gals. of water. Control diminishes as blades are mowed off. Make repeat applications as necessary.

Application of PRO-MATE INDUCE through irrigation injection systems are possible provided that recommended use rates and dilutions are maintained and local, state, and federal guidelines are followed. Prior to the addition of PROMATE INDUCE to spray tank-mixes or use with a pesticide or fertilizer where a nonionic adjuvant is not specifically recommended but not prohibited by the manufacturer, the user or application advisor must have experience with the combination or must have conducted a phytotoxicity trial.