General Information

BRANDT MAGNIFY is a water conditioning agent / surfactant formulated with ammonium salts, non-ionic surfactants and anti-foaming agents. BRANDT MAGNIFY enhances the biological activity and leaf-surface penetration of herbicides, defoliants and desiccants whose labels specify the addition of ammonium sulfate/ nitrate and/or surfactants. These may include glyphosate-containing products, paraquat-containing products, sulfonyl urea herbicides, and others. BRANDT MAGNIFY may be used on agricultural, aquatic, forestry, turf and ornamental, industrial, and non-cropland sites.

Read and follow the precautions, restrictions and recommendations on the labels of pesticides used with BRANDT MAGNIFY. Use according to the most restrictive label directions for each product in any tank mix.

COMPATIBILITY: BRANDT MAGNIFY is compatible with most pesticides. However, if the desired combination has not been previously used, a compatibility test is recommended.

MIXING: Shake well before using. Fill spray tank 1/2 full of water and begin agitation. Add the recommended amount of MAGNIFY. Add products as directed by label or in the following sequence and continue filling tank: (1) Dry flowables or water dispersing granules, (2) Wettable powders, (3) Flowables, (4) Solutions, (5) Emulsifiable concentrates. Continue agitation until spray solution is completely mixed. Continuous agitation of finished spray is recommended. If spray solution has been allowed to stand, thoroughly agitate and remix before application.

RECOMMENDATIONS: Specific use rates will vary with conditions of application such as water hardness, application method, equipment, spray droplet size, condition of foliage, etc. Also, higher rates than those below may be used if recommended by pesticide labeling. Follow pesticide label directions. However, do not add this product at a rate which exceeds 5% of the finished spray volume. One gallon of BRANDT MAGNIFY contains 2 lbs. of ammonium sulfate.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

AIR or GROUND: Use 1-4 quarts per 100 gallons of finished spray solution. For improved efficacy, use at least 1 pint per acre when finished spray volume is less than 20 gallons per acre.