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Acidifying Agents

Acidifying agents are not buffering agents although they are frequently labeled as such.  They will lower the pH of the spray solution only.  They are typically derived from phosphoric acid or blends of phosphate ester anionic surfactants containing free phosphoric acid.  Their primary use is with insecticides when there is a need to prevent alkaline hydrolysis by lowering pH of the spray solution.

ENVELOP is a compatibility agent that is designed to allow pesticides to be mixed that otherwise would separate and form layers.

• Pesticide Incompatability
• Buffering
• Wetting

• Pesticides
• Liquid Fertilizers


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