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Water Herbicide Adjuvant



Boost herbicide efficiency

CITRON® Water Herbicide Adjuvant boosts herbicide efficiency, minimizes chemical reactions, increases plant tissue absorption and improves performance under adverse weather conditions. Used in conjunction with most contact herbicides, this acid-based adjuvant conditions spray tank water by lowering the pH level.

The details
  • Increases plant tissue absorption without additional surfactants
  • Faster weed control and deterioration
  • Low use rate compared to most industry adjuvants
  • Excellent for cover crop burndown applications


Application Guidelines

Always read and follow label instructions and restrictions before use.

Application Instructions
  • Fill tank to desired water level
  • For glyphosate: add CITRON at a rate of 2.2 lbs (1 kg) per 100 g (379 L) of water
  • For all other compatible pesticides and fungicides: add CITRON at a rate of 1.1 lbs (0.5 kg) per 100 g (379 L) of water
  • Add pesticide or fungicide at manufacturer’s suggested rate

Do not use CITRON with sulfonylureas.

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