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80/20 Surfactant

Available exclusively at Tractor Supply Co.

Improve the wetting and spreading of spray solutions on leaf, stem or insect surfaces. The surface-active agents in 80/20 Surfactant are suitable for use wherever a pesticide label recommends a surfactant, spreader or wetter. The general purpose surfactant also contains a defoamer to help suppress the formation of foam in your spray solutions.

Where to use:

Use with insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, acaracides, defoliants, dessicants, PGR's and nutritionals

When to use:

  • When the pesticide label recommends surfactants, spreader or wetter
  • To improve wetting and spreading of agricultural sprays on leaf, stem or insect surfaces

How to use:

Always read and follow the label of the pesticide(s) and additive(s) to be used with this product. Always refer to the pesticide and additive label(s) for additional directions or precautions. Follow the most restrictive label.

Applications This Product per 100 Gals. of Mix
Acaricides 1 to 2 pts.
Defoliants 1 to 2 pts.
Desiccants 1 to 2 pts.
Foliar nutrients 1 to 2 pts.
Fungicides 1 to 2 pts.
Herbicides 1 to 2 pts.
Insecticides 1 to 2 pts.
Plant Growth Regulator (PGR) 1 to 2 pts.
Wettable powders 1 to 2 pts.

 

Variations in conditions of use can cause some variation in the amount of this product required. The minimum required to give a smooth, uniform coverage usually gives the most effective results. Not for aquatic use.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

For wettable powders and water-soluble materials, add this product in water before adding pesticide to spray tank. For emulsifiable products, add this product after a good emulsion is formed.

Active Ingredients:

Alcohols, C10-16 ethoxylated; polyethylene glycol nonyphenyl ether 80.0%
Constituents ineffective as spray adjuvants 20.0%
Total: 100.0%

All ingredients are exempt from the requirements of a tolerance under 40 CFR, 180.

Product Label:

Disclaimer:

It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Read the entire label before each use. Use only according to label instructions.

See the complete label for specific use rates and detailed instructions.

Consult the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for important safety information.

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