GROUND APPLICATION - FLAT-FAN, FLOODING
GROUND ZERO us a unique PAM based Deposition Aid and Drift Retardant. This new technology adjuvant decreases driftable fines while improving deposition in pesticide spraying for aquatics, industrial, rights-of-way, forestry, turf and related pesticide spraying operations. GROUND ZERO disperses easily and us effective at low usage rates. GROUND ZERO is compatible with Glyphosate herbicides, and with most water-soluble and wettable powder pesticides, desiccants, and cotton defoliants when applied by aerial application or standard ground equipment.
GROUND ZERO, when used as directed in accordance with sound agricultural practices is in compliance with Federal Food and Drug Administration Regulations governing the cropland use of adjuvants and is exempt from tolerance requirements under Title 40, Code of Federal Regulations 180.1001(c).
The degree if drift hazard varies with the type of pesticide, application conditions, and vegetation near the sprayed area. Consult your local agricultural advisor. Remember, pesticide technology must be followed when spraying pesticides. GROUND ZERO will retard, but not totally eliminate drift.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
NOTE: This product is extremely concentrated and effective in mixing as low as 1 oz. per 100 gallons. Start with lower dosage and increase as needed. A thickened or “stringy” solution indicates that too much GROUND ZERO has been used.
Step 1. Select correct dosage from chart below.
Step 2. Fill mix tank with water, pesticide and other additives and begin to agitate.
Step 3. SHAKE GROUND ZERO BOTTLE WELL BEFORE USING.
Step 4. For best mixing results, either (1) inject GROUND ZERO liquid into the suction side of the feeder or recirculating pump to obtain adequate dispersion of the polymer throughout the pesticide solution, or (2) slowly add GROUND ZERO liquid to the rapidly agitating tank-mix in the area of highest turbulence by pouring a very thin stream.
Step 5. Continue to agitate mix tank for at least 2 minutes before spraying.
Step 6. Follow all cleanup precautions on label of pesticide used. Follow governmental procedures for disposal of pesticide spray solution.