Broadway star wetter .

robbie

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Id Avoid the inclusion of ctl because that will slow the uptake of B.S.

Chuck a couple litres of mnso3 per ha in with it that will help. we sometimes substitute wetter/oil in sugar beet herbs for mnso3 or if your not using mn then use activator 90 at 0.1%.
I've worked with a agro whose big on the use of it, he'll include it for fungicides, ally type SU's and MNS03 and all of the about together.
 

Brisel

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Would fungs do the job ? normally apply BS on it's own .
As @robbie says, avoid CTL mixtures. I do Broadway as a separate pass with water conditioner (for hard water) and non ionic wetter as the label says. What else was going to be in the mix? Chlormequat, Moddus and fungicides would be a bit hot with the addition of a wetter and BS.
 
It is best done on its own but I have done a 7 way mix of the above before.

Should we really be putting manganese in the tank with herbicides...

Ive always thought CTL would safen a lot of them.

Ive used activator, biopower and drill for broadway star before with good results.
 

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