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Why Use Silicone Additives In Pesticides
Sep 15, 2018

Why use silicone additives in pesticides?

1. Quickly moisturize crops and greatly improve the efficacy

Specifically, it can be reflected from the following examples: Rice leaf roller, a rice pest. In order to escape the pesticide spray, this guy squandered the thread and worked hard to weave a safe fort. The silk thread is like a button, the leaves are closed and rolled up, and the rice leaf curlers hide in the fortress. Then, from the inside out, the sap of the leaves was sucked up. I didn’t expect it to be so painstaking, but it was easily taken away by the magical silicone additives that were pervasive. The liquid quickly spread and penetrated into the gap and entered the fortress. The vertical roll leaves are caught in a smashing.

In the field, 48% of the enemy cockroach emulsifiable concentrate is used to prevent the rice leaf roller, and the water consumption per mu is more than 45 kg. Adding 0.05% silicone auxiliaries to the medicinal solution, using only 15 kg of water per acre, can achieve the desired insecticidal effect and liquid retention effect. This saves water resources and saves work.

Therefore, farmers friends must remember that after adding silicone additives, spray does not need to be sprayed repeatedly as in the past, otherwise it will be counterproductive and waste manpower and material resources.

2, super penetration, so that drugs quickly reach the target.

In nature, many plants have a thick layer of wax on their leaves, and it is difficult for the liquid to adhere to it. Some of the special structures of the leaves, such as lotus leaves, taro, etc., make it hard to let the water stay. In order to escape the killing, the pests often use their minds. Hey, this cabbage has not been damaged on the surface, but when I open the leaves, I have been eaten by the diamondback moth. The 小Plutella larvae eats the leaves in a big mouth, but it doesn't bite it, but leaves a thin layer of skin, like a safety umbrella, protecting them underneath. So, is there any trick for silicone to deal with the wax layer on the blade? The delightful thing happened again. There are no water droplets on the leaves, and the silicone super-extension performance makes the liquid on the waxy leaves, and it also expands freely. Hey, none of these Plutella xylostella, which are foraging the leaves, survived.

Field trials have shown that 0.03% to 0.05% (2000 to 3000 times) of silicone auxiliaries are added to the pesticides for controlling Plutella xylostella. In the case of equivalent control, not only can the amount of spray be reduced, but also the amount of pesticides can be appropriately reduced. Thereby effectively reducing pesticide residues in vegetables. Silicone builders also promote the rapid absorption of pesticides through the pores in the leaves of plants. We simulated the rain with water, and the silicone additive was added to the left side, which had partially entered the blade, and the common liquid that failed to enter the blade on the right was quickly washed away. It has been found that the addition of silicone builders can increase the reliability of the use of systemic agents. Reduce the damage caused by repeated sprays during the rainy season. This permeability of silicone can also be used against pests that have a waxy layer that is not easily wetted by the liquid.

In fact, the role of silicone is far more than that. It can be used as an efficient additive for agricultural applications such as insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, foliar fertilizers, plant growth regulators, trace elements and biological pesticides. In the spray of chemicals. To achieve synergy, water conservation, labor saving, medicine, reduce pesticide loss, reduce pesticide residues.

What kind of ratio should such a magic silicone additive be used? Here, we want to ask everyone to remember the following set of numbers:

Insecticide 0.025~0.1% (1000~4000 times)

Fungicide 0.015~0.05% (2000~7000 times)

Herbicide 0.025~0.15% (700~4000 times)

Plant growth regulator 0.025~0.05% (2000~4000 times)

Fertilizer and trace elements 0.015~0.1% (1000~7000 times)

In the pastoral war without smoke, silicone is like a magical and mighty new weapon, which has greatly helped farmers to increase production and income. However, there are a few points to pay special attention to when using this new weapon. First, it is ready to use, and the used liquid is used up as soon as possible. The second is to reduce the amount of water used for spraying and to speed up the spray walking speed. Third, in the spray, protective equipment should be worn in accordance with the requirements for the use of pesticides, paying special attention to the protection of the eyes.

The traditional spray method uses about 40 to 50 kilograms of water per mu, and the amount of water needed for fruit trees is doubled. After using a small amount of silicone auxiliaries, it can be reduced to 15-20 kg per mu. If combined with low-volume spray technology, the water consumption per mu can be reduced to 5-10 kg.

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