Deluge Low Foam Wetting Agent is a non-ionic surfactant for high value crops. Designed for enhanced crop safety.
High performance non-ionic surfactant
Low foaming - helps reduce foaminess of highly foaming
Registered for use in horticulture, grapevines, tree crops,
sugercane and broadacre
Excellent wetting and spreading of spray droplet on plant surfaces
Increases activity of agricultural products when used as directed
Soft on crops, beneficials and the environment
Biodegradable – based on renewable materials
Suitable for IPM programs
Available in easy to lift 10L pack
Manufactured according to a quality
Deluge improves spray results by increasing retention, wetting and uptake of the agrichemicals. Approved by the BFA for use in Organic Certified Farms.
It will mix easily
with most water qualities used for agricultural spraying. Deluge
Low Foam is generally crop-safe when used as directed and
therefore well suited to Horticultural applications.
Deluge Low Foam will reduce the surface tension of spray water and
- Droplet retention on the target surface at initial impact
- Droplet spreading and wetting (coverage) on the target surface
Deluge Low Foam is a low foaming surfactant. Add last to spray
tank where it may help reduce foaminess of other products.
Deluge Low Foam has been tested for toxicity against a variety of
beneficial insects and mites and been found to be amongst the
safest non-ionic wetting agent products available. Download the Product Info Sheet for details.
Deluge Low Foam has also been tested for phytotoxicity effects
in a number of sensitive crops where it has been shown to be
amongst the safest of the available wetting agents and similar to
the Alkyphenol ethoxylates (eg Vitiwet, Agral*).
For High Volume Horticultural applications, Deluge Low Foam
should be used at 10ml/100L of spray solution and can be used
with most fungicides & insecticides unless specified on their label.
Herbicide applications generally require higher rates of Deluge Low
Foam in the range 12 - 200ml/100L (see label for details)