Polyether Modified Silicone Oil Manufacturer introduces the strategy of using silicone:
1. Not all pesticides need to add adjuvants
Some pesticides have actually been added with certain surfactants in the production process, and if these pesticides are used, they may cause phytotoxicity when they are added with additives such as silicones. Take azoxystrobin, which has been relatively popular in recent years, as an example. This new type of fungicide with high efficiency and broad-spectrum has strong conductivity and permeability. If farmer's friends add silicone additives again when applying pesticides, it will enhance the penetration of pesticides. It is easy to cause crop phytotoxicity. The same is true for some herbicides, such as pendimethalin, which is widely used on vegetables. The herbicide itself has strong permeability. If it is used in combination with silicone additives, the expansion of silicone is extremely low. It is easy for the herbicide to diffuse into the crop tissues through the stomata of the crop leaves, causing phytotoxicity.
2. In actual use, rather than too much
The amount of silicone used must be used in strict accordance with the instructions. Do not increase the concentration at will, which can easily cause phytotoxicity. At the same time, it is best to avoid high-temperature applications before 10 am and after 4 pm.
Although silicon is a trace element required for plant growth, it participates in the growth of plant cells, but silicon is not an essential element for plant growth. With silicon, crops will grow better, and if there is no silicon, it will not cause much impact. Silicone is used in agriculture. It is only used as an auxiliary agent, not to supplement the silicon element. This requires farmers’ friends to clarify.