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Top 6 Reasons To Use InterLock® Right Now

Apr 03, 2020

Top 6 Reasons to Use InterLock® Right Now
Whether you're trying to run your burndown or first post pass through a plane because you've seen rain event after rain event or your farm ground is dry enough to run a ground rig over , InterLock® adjuvant has the characteristics you need to make sure your herbicide investment isn't wasted through the volatile spring weather we've been seeing. Below are the top 6 reasons why InterLock® allows for you to create paint a line in the field , assuring that the products in your tank actually end up underneath the footprint of your sprayer.  

1. It reduces fine droplets.
InterLock® adjuvant reduces the amount of fine particles in the spray pattern without thickening the spray. Want to see? Click to watch the video

2. It reduces drift.
By reducing fine droplets , InterLock® reduces drift up to 70% with more droplets in the ideal droplet size spectrum. It is like the story of Goldilocks: not too big , not too small , but just right. 
Screen-Shot-2020-04-02-at-3-28-52-PM-(1).png3. It improves deposition and coverage.
When you have droplets in the ideal size range , you get greater coverage. This is imperative when you are spraying contact herbicides like Gramoxone or Liberty as coverage is key to kill the weeds. 

4. InterLock® works with any nozzle.
From flat fans to TTIs , InterLock® reduces driftable fines.


5. InterLock® provides flexibility in application.
It can be used for ground , aerial and aquatic applications. If you are planning on spraying your acres with a ground rig but a pop-up thunderstorm hits and you have to move to a plane , you are still able to hit the target and prevent drift outside of field borders. 

6. InterLock® has a low use rate.
A common complaint we hear is having to carry around large numbers of jugs to cover all of your acres. At a rate of 4oz/A , one 2.5 gallon jug covers 80 acres or 160 acres if you're using 2oz/A in conjunction with OnTarget for dicamba applications.

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