General Information

GENERAL: LIBERATE is a non-ionic, low foam penetrating surfactant. LIBERATE may be used as a surfactant to enhance the activity and effectiveness of agricultural and industrial chemicals. LIBERATE provides more uniform coverage of spray solutions and aids in penetration. LIBERATE improves deposition and retards drift by producing a more uniform spray pattern. The degree of drift hazard varies with the type of pesticide and application conditions. Common sense and sound application technology must be followed when spraying pesticides. LIBERATE will retard, but not eliminate drift. LIBERATE is compatible with most pesticide formulations including water-soluble, flowable and wettable powders. For tank mix compatibility concerns, conduct a jar test of the proposed mixture to ensure compatibility of all components. Mix components in the same ratio as the proposed tank mix. Application may be by ground or air.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE: LIBERATE may be used on and has demonstrated excellent plant safety on a wide variety of crops including fruits, tree fruits, vegetables, row crops, citrus, small grains, forage crops, vine crops and others. LIBERATE may be used in a variety of non-crop sites including Aquatic (wetlands), Forestry (site preparation and release), Industrial (storage areas, plant sites, and other similar areas including governmental and private lands), Grasslands (including pastures, rangeland and fence rows), Rights-of-way (utility, railroad and roadsides), Turf (Golf Courses, parks, and Sod farms), Ornamentals (container, field or greenhouse) and other turf, ornamental and landscaping sites. Some pesticides have stated adjuvant use rates. In all cases, the pesticide manufacturer’s label should be consulted regarding specific adjuvant use recommendations and that rate followed. Do not add adjuvant at a level that would exceed 5% of the finished spray volume unless otherwise specified by the pesticide label.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions


Note: This product has demonstrated excellent plant safety; however, not all species and varieties of plants have been tested. Before treating a large area, test on a small area and observe prior to full-scale application. Do not use on pears.