METHYLATED SEED OILS
Provide better leaf cuticle penetration than conventional crop oil concentrates. Typically used at lower rates than COC's. Methylated seed oil is a product of the reaction of a fatty acid (derived from seed oils) with methyl alcohol MSO adjuvants usually contain emulsifiers/surfactants. Primary use is with postemergent herbicides, insecticides and fungicides--especially those with systemic action. Can also be used with PGR's and foliar fertilizers. Aids in reduction of evaporation loss. Premium products contain silicone surfactants.