Pesticides could always use more help to get the most of the active ingredients. Gulfstream is formulated for use with insecticides, herbicides, fungicides and foliar plant nutrients. It contains a variety of fatty acids and other ingredients to increase contact activity on the target surface, helping the pesticides and foliar-applied plant nutrients work better. It can be tank-mixed easily and provides many benefits for pesticide applications.
How Gulfstream Works
Gulfstream is multiple products in one. It's a spreader-activator, a penetrant, an acidifier and an antifoaming agent. It contains tall oil fatty acids, sodium salts of soy fatty acids, alkyl phenol ethoxylate and 2-butoxyethanol as the primary functioning agents. It increases contact activity, reduces surface tension, improves spray penetration and aids in absorption by the leaves.
Not only that, but it contains proprietary ingredients to reduce the smell of some pesticides and the UV breakdown of most products. In addition, Gulfstream contains buffering agents that lower the pH level of the spray solution, increasing its effectiveness in the application area.
Where to Use Gulfstream
Gulfstream is labeled for use on all turfgrass sites when using herbicides, pesticides or nutrient products. Use it in the tank with herbicides to treat weeds in and around residential, commercial and noncrop areas. It can be used on ornamental plants and trees, as well as on outdoor pests when combined with insecticides. Mix Gulfstream spreader-activator in the tank anytime it's necessary to increase the effectiveness of defoliants, fungicides and other products.
Why Use Gulfstream?
Pesticides and other products don't always work as well as they should because of external factors. Sometimes they're mixed with hard water or the pH levels are too high. Rain and other factors may also affect how a product performs once it's applied in the target area. Gulfstream is an acidifier, so it will reduce the pH levels of the spray solution. It's a spreader and a penetrant, helping to achieve a more uniform spray and better absorption. It's many things in one to make the spray solution perform its best.
Benefits of Gulfstream
Anytime a product recommends a spreader or a penetrant, apply Gulfstream in the spray tank. It can be used with herbicides, defoliants, insecticides, miticides, fungicides and foliar-applied nutrient products. Some benefits and features include:
- Can be used with many different products
- Mixes well in the tank with minimal foam
- For use on turfgrass, ornamentals, trees and noncrop sites
- Reduces the smell and UV breakdown of many pesticides
- Lowers the pH levels of the spray solution
Increase Contact Activity with Gulfstream
When pesticides aren't performing as they should, apply Gulfstream spreader-activator in the tank. It will dramatically improve the overall effectiveness of the spray solution. It reduces the surface tension of the spray droplets and provides more uniform coverage, resulting in a more thorough wetting of the leaf surfaces. It aids in pesticide absorption and gets rid of the foul odor caused by some pesticides. Whether it's to treat pest infestations or to apply foliar nutrients, Gulfstream makes a great tank-mix partner.
|Primary Pest||General Purpose|
Nonylphenol polyethylene glycol ether, free fatty acids, sodium salts of soya fatty acids, organic phosphatic acids, dimethylpolysiloxane
|Container Size||2.5 gallon/quart|
|Case Amount||2x2.5 gallons/12x1 quarts|
|Application Amount||See label for details.|
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