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May. 29, 2017

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Max Systems launches combination adjuvant and water conditioner

Used separately in a crop protection tank mix, Regulator 3.0 Concentrate and NanoRevolution 3.0 from Max Systems LLC have each proven to safely and dramatically improve the performance efficiency of applied herbicide products. However, when the two products are combined in a spray tank solution, they deliver weed-killing performance that is greater than the sum of all parts.

Used at rates as low as 8 to 16 ounces per 100 gallons of water, Regulator 3.0 Concentrate effectively lowers the pH of a wide range of spray tank solutions to enhance burndown, while providing molecular oxygen to the plants for high amounts of energy. In addition, the carbon used as a carrier moves through the plant much easier than the salts that serve as a base for most other surfactants, adjuvants and herbicides.

In the meantime, as little as 2 to 6 ounces per acre of NanoRevolution 3.0 boosts the over-all performance of the host formula by fusing the existing micro-particles into a synergistic relationship. In other words, the herbicide binds with the product’s nano-sized particles, which easily penetrate through the plant‘s capillary surface membrane and carry the active components through the plant’s circulatory system in as little as 30 to 40 seconds, delivering a fatal herbicide dose to weeds in record time.

“The bottom line is Regulator 3.0 conditions the water, while NanoRevolution 3.0 conditions the herbicide,” concludes Chris Schlegel, founder of Max Systems LLC. “Together, they deliver a one-two punch that most weeds simply can’t survive.”


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