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Ready Man AMS

READY-MAN® AMS is specifically formulated with a premium spray grade ammonium sulfate, containing chelated manganese designed to achieve Guaranteed Analysis 14.5-0-0 compatibility with Glyphosate and other herbicides..A custom blend of compatibility and chelating agents preserves the efficacy of the herbicide while maintaining optimum availability of the manganese nutrient. Manganese is a micronutrient required by plants for carbohydrate and nitrogen metabolism, as well as for chlorophyll production and maturity. READY-MAN® AMS is recommended for use on soybeans, cotton, and other high manganese use crops.

 

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MIXING

By applying a tank mix of READY-MAN® AMS with Glyphosate and/or other post-applied herbicides, it supplies AMS as a water conditioner. This will allow the user to furnish plant nutrients as well as provide weed control in one bundled application. Always add READY-MAN® AMS to the spray solution first, so it can sequester hard water ions before the introduction of other herbicides. When tank mixing with Glyphosate and Glufosinate products, always add them to the spray solution last. Always make a small- scale test (jar test) to assure compatibility in your material. In the absence of specific mixing instruction, fill the spray tank with ½ to ¾ full of desired water volume. While the water is agitating, add the tank mix ingredients in the following order:

  1. READY-MAN® AMS
  2. Water-soluble packets, dry flowables and dispersible granules
  3. Flowables
  4. Water-soluble herbicides, except Glyphosate and Glufosinate products
  5. Emulsifiable concentrates, continue agitation and finish filling spray tank to desired level
  6. Add Glyphosate and Glufosinate products to the spray solution last and continue agitation.

each bag are adequate for up to 300 gallons of total spray tion (8.5 lbs/100 gal use rate)

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