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Adjuvant Compositions and Related Methods for Reducing Herbicide Volatility

IntroductionHerbicides are applied to crop fields to prevent the growth of weeds. This helps to increase target crop yields. These herbicides act by preventing plants from photosynthesizing, growing, or by directly killing the plant. While extremely useful in reducing weed pressure in crop fields, weeds are continually being selected for herbicide ...
Published: 2/23/2016   |   Inventor(s): Donald Penner
Keywords(s):   Category(s): Agriculture, Chemicals, Subassemblies and Components

Chemical Protection of Crop Plants from Postemergence Herbicide Injury by Decreasing Foliar Retension and Ultimately Absorption by the Crop Plant

Description of TechnologyMichigan State University’s invention is a composition for protecting cultivated plants and is comprised of an herbicide and a repellant adjuvant that reduces retention of the composition on the foliage of the cultivated plant.Key BenefitsProtects cultivated plants from herbicidal damageEspecially useful when a plant ...
Published: 8/29/2011   |   Inventor(s): Richard Burow, Donald Penner, Christy Sprague
Keywords(s): Herbicidal Injury, Plants Category(s): Agriculture, Chemicals

Use of Spray Adjuvant to Enhance the Movement of Insecticides through Plant Canopies to the Target

IntroductionPesticide adjuvants are substances other than water that are added to the pesticide formulation, to enhance the effectiveness of the pesticide. Adjuvants used for agricultural applications have been categorized as extenders, wetting agents, sticking agents and fogging agents. They are accepted amongst pesticides users and are reported t...
Published: 10/7/2010   |   Inventor(s): Donald Penner
Keywords(s): Canopy Penetration, Pesticide Adjuvants, Pesticides, Spray Adjuvants, Tank-mix Adjuvants Category(s): Chemicals, Agriculture