ALLIGARE SUPER MARKING DYE 1
ALLIGARE SUPER MARKING DYE 1 is an economical colorant, that indicates to the applicator where the pesticide or fertilizer mixture has been sprayed.
ALLIGARE SUPER MARKING DYE 1 mixes easily with any ingredient and won’t harm efficacy or functionality. The product is used in many different situations which call for dyes or colorants. The blue color makes it highly visible on many natural surfaces.
ALLIGARE MSO 1
An oil- based spray adjuvant designed for use with pesticides that suggest or require the use of an oil adjuvant. ALLIGARE MSO 1 can be especially helpful wherever weeds have become large, have thick, waxy coatings or are other-wise under stress.
ALLIGARE Trace is a highly effective spray adjuvant designed to increase the effectiveness of aquatic, industrial, and agricultural herbicides. ALLIGARE Trace improves wetting, penetration and activation of broadleaf and woody plant species. ALLIGARE Trace is an environmentally safe by-product from the citrus industry.
ALLIGARE MVO PLUS 1
MVO PLUS 1 contains a distinct, high-quality combination of methylated soybean oil and organosilicone surfactant. The oil is a superior penetrant that aids certain pesticides in moving through the waxy cuticle of plants and leaves for greater efficiency. In addition, the organosilicone surfactant increases spreading and wetting of the applied solution so that the active moves to and through the plant quickly.
A general purpose nonionic surfactant used to enhance spreading and coverage of sprays. (May be used with various insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, PGR’s and nutrients at rates determined by pesticide label and field experience.)
improves the activity and efficacy of the spray application by reducing surface tension and increasing penetration in the plant surface. Use with: herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, acaricides, defoliants, desiccants.
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