AS A SPRAY ADJUVANT WITH HERBICIDES, DEFOLIANTS, ACARACIDES, ETC.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
BRANDT SUPER WETTER is a new generation surfactant based on
organo-modified siloxane technology for use in pesticide spray
applications. It is a highly effective, nonionic wetting agent/ spreader/
penetrant which may be used on agricultural, aquatic, forestry, turf
and ornamental, industrial, structural and non-cropland sites. Not for aquatic use.
Read and follow the precautions, restrictions and recommendations
on the labels of pesticides used with BRANDT SUPER WETTER. Use
according to the most restrictive label directions for each product in
any tank mix.
COMPATIBILITY: BRANDT SUPER WETTER is compatible with most
pesticides. However, if the desired combination has not been previously
used, a compatibility test is recommended.
MIXING: Fill spray tank 3/4 full of water and begin agitation. 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. Add the
recommended amount of BRANDT SUPER WETTER. Minimal agitation
of finished spray is recommended. For optimum results, use the spray
solution within 36 hours after mixing. If spray solution has been
allowed to stand, thoroughly agitate and remix before application.
Thoroughly rinse the spray system with clean water after use to
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.
As a Spray Adjuvant: With herbicides, defoliants, acaracides,
insecticides, miticides, fungicides, plant growth regulators:
Apply at a rate of 3-16 fl.oz. per 100 gallons of spray solution. Use the higher
rates with lower spray volumes.