Unique Delivery System
Water has many adverse properties that make it inefficient as the primary carrier of spray products, such as:
- High surface tension that shatters when sprayed, resulting in droplets that are too large (prone to bouncing), or too small (prone to drift).
- Target plants, insects and fungi have evolved over millennia to repel water through waxy epicuticular surfaces, reducing adhesion and retention of spray deposits.
- Impurities in water, PH, and salinity can denature spray actives, and once on target can be further neutralized through evaporation, UV breakdown and photodecomposition.
Where other adjuvants try to synthetically change these adverse properties of water – an uphill and often toxic battle – Codacide simply replaces water as the primary delivery mechanism – effectively removing its many negative spraying attributes. more