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Old 04-22-2014, 12:06 AM
twomancrew twomancrew is online now
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I don't understand how you all got certified and don't understand looking at a label to identify the type of product you are using and if it needs agitated once or constantly, and if it can be stored mixed. I would love to give you a sample of some wetable powders to throw in your tank once. Or some nasty emulsion for you to let sit a few days in your equipment.

If you think I am harsh well I am. You should know this stuff like 101. Pesticide Formulation 101.
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Old 04-22-2014, 02:04 AM
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A lot of those wettable powders and emulsions are not to be mixed and stored for later use because the AI is not stable in water to begin with. If it were, the manufacturer would have formulated as a clear solution with no cautions on storage of made up solutions.
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