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X-SEED® is based on a unique blend of emulsifiers and environmentally renewable, super de-gummed canola oil.
The high molecular weight of vegetable oils and the relatively coarse spray deposit formed by
X-SEED® helps to minimise spray drift and run-off, while at the same time increasing contact coverage and thus uptake of the chemical
X-SEED® will improve the effectiveness of herbicides and insecticides as well as providing:
As a result of these features, X-SEED® significantly improves the performance of most herbicides, insecticides, fungicides and foliar nutrients resulting in a more cost effective and successful spray program.
Potential applications of X-SEED® include use with:
X-SEED® can also be used to encapsulate pesticides by premixing it with the pesticides. This increases spray efficacy, rain fastness, facilitates tank mixing of incompatible products and prevents hydrolysis.
Rates are dependent upon the situation, for example in broadacre, apply 200ml-1L/ha
X-SEED® and in tree crops (high volume) apply 100-200ml
For wettable powders or granular formulations add water at 1:1 ratio, mix into a slurry and then add X-SEED®.
For best results, always follow label instructions.
X-SEED® is compatible with most commonly used agricultural and horticultural products.
The drift reduction properties of X-SEED® make it an ideal tank mix partner for both contact and translocated herbicides used in orchards and vines.
If using translocated herbicides such as glyphosate or glufosinate, it is essential to prevent contact onto green or growing tissue of trees (including young bark) as damage to the tree can occur.
X-SEED® will reduce the potential for off-target damage by increasing droplet size and reducing drift.
X-SEED® is particularly useful as an adjuvant for wettable sulphur used to control grapevine rust mite (Calepitrimerus vitis Nalepa) as recommended at woolly bud stage prior to budburst (when using an IPM approach). Further application details to assist in the management of grapevine rust mite include:
Spray timing for rust mite the most important aspect is that the critical spray window is at the start of rust mite migration, before feeding and egg lay. This is at woolly bud stage for most varieties except Cabernet Sauvignon, which should be sprayed between bud swell and woolly bud stage.
Growers should be aware that canola oil is phytotoxic to grape foliage if applied after budburst.
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