It is called Rizospray Integrum and it was developed together with Dow Chemical.
In recent years Rizobacter has gained positions in the adjuvants market thanks to its growing range of innovative adjuvants and the increasing demand for the production of technologies which ensure efficient applications.
Under these circumstances, and with the aim of providing solutions specific to each situation, the Argentinean company, along with the multinational Dow, developed the only adjuvant on the market created to maximize the performance of graminicides: Rizospray Integrum
Its unique formulation combines 6 surfactant molecules with modified vegetable oil (MVO), resulting in an innovative solution with excellent anti-evaporant, penetrating and translocating properties.
“Since the formulation is presented as a microemulsion, thermodynamically stable, Rizospray Integrum also stands out for its capacity to maintain the stability of the tank mixes which are used today and which, as we all know, are notable for being very complex”, explains Juan Pablo Timpone, responsible for the adjuvants line of products at Rizobacter.
“According to field tests carried out in different agricultural environments by our R&D department and scientists from prestigious institutes across our country, the treatments applied with Rizospray Integrum on four different weeds under various agricultural conditions, outperformed by 6% the ones carried out with conventional methylated oil. The same trend was seen in the initial burning of grasses during the first observations performed by the referees”, highlighted Timpone.