WAUKEGAN, ILL. (April 6, 2020) – Turf, ornamental and aquatics professionals in California now have a more environmentally-friendly option that optimizes the performance of tank-mix partners. Pen-A-Trate ECO is an OMRI-certified, nonionic surfactant, drift reduction agent, and deposition aid.
Precision Laboratories introduced Pen-A-Trate ECO in the fall of 2019. This unique formulation maximizes performance with drift reduction technology that ensures spray applications stay on target, maximizing droplet spread and retention. Additionally, Pen-A-Trate ECO is approved for use in and around aquatic areas. The high-surfactant load also provides improved performance for turf and ornamental spray mixes.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (March 5, 2020) – Precision Laboratories introduces Precisive, a high-load nonionic surfactant with built-in deposition aids and drift reduction technology. Precisive reduces the risk of off-target movement while delivering more spray solution on-target, improving canopy penetration, and increasing leaf surface coverage.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (May 11, 2018)—Precision Laboratories introduces Intact™ Advanced for the 2018 crop season to provide growers and applicators additional convenience and confidence with on-target application. Intact Advanced is approved for tank mixing with XtendiMax® with Vaporgrip® Technology and Engenia® herbicides.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (March 3, 2017) - Precision Laboratories announces a partnership with Monsanto to include an adjuvant in Roundup Ready PLUS® Crop Management Solutions. Intact™ drift reduction agent is available for the 2017 crop season and can provide growers and applicators additional confidence with on-target application.
“This partnership is a benefit to growers who want to take the next step toward the most effective use of new technologies available to them,” said Rick Wohlner, President of Precision Laboratories. “Monsanto’s proven unique competencies in plant development and commitment to grower success align well with Precisions’ dedication to exceptional adjuvant technology and agricultural stewardship.”