pH GREEN PLUS
The ideal pH required by L-cysteine (Yield Plus), and the majority of glyphosate formulations and many other agricultural dilution applications is around a pH 4 to 5. The majority of water used in spray tanks is alkaline, pH above 7. pH Green Plus acidifies the spray tank water, eliminating harmful effects to Yield Plus, maintaining Yield Plus and Herbicide activity, also allowing maximum uptake on all, foliar applications. pH Green Plus stabilizers (truly) Buffers spray solutions, controlling the pH throughout the process.
Soluble salts of Ca 2+, Mg 2+ and Na+ are antagonistic towards glyphosate and sulfosate. To maintain and or increase the efficacy of these herbicides, pH Green Plus complexes these salts and should be added to the spray tank water before the Herbicides, Yield Plus or any other foliar Spray.
Coverage of Yield Plus and other foliar sprays is essential to create conditions conducive to optimal uptake. With specific wetter and spreading agents, pH Green Plus ensures increased surface contact of Yield Plus and other foliar applications.
pH Green Plus contains humectants that retard the evaporation of applied Yield Plus and other foliar applications from the plant surface but allow for maximum penetration for a prolonged period.
Before Yield Plus, foliar feeds and herbicides can become effective, they must enter the plant tissue. To speed up the process, pH Green Plus contains adjuvants that increase the rate of plant tissue penetration.
For Yield Plus and systemic herbicides to work effectively, it is essential that the Yield Plus or herbicide be distributed throughout the plant. pH Green Plus increases both the rate and extent of Yield Plus and herbicide translocation throughout the whole plant. Many other foliar applications are affected in a similar way.
pH Green Plus may improve efficiency of selective herbicides to such an extent that it may lose selectivity and cause damage to crops. (Monitor volume of herbicide applications).
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