The additive also for use in organic farming

BREAK-THRU® SP 133

BREAK-THRU® SP 133 brings active ingredients better to and into plants!

The new biobased surfactant is derived from renewable resources. SP indicates the Sticker-Penetrant behavior of this new surfactant. BREAK-THRU SP 133 is listed in the Input list for organic processing in Germany. BREAK-THRU® SP 133 enables maximum absorption of the active ingredient and is particularly impressive thanks to its drift-reducing properties. These qualities can also be seen in the product classification: BREAK-THRU® SP 133 is an additive that is not labeled as a hazardous substance.

On the following Internet pages, you will find more detailed information on the effects and proper use of BREAK-THRU® SP 133.

 

Reduced herbicide application rate + BREAK-THRU® SP 133 shows a higher biological effect 13 days

after application than the full application rate (250ml/ha) of the herbicide alone.

Experiment: Grass herbicide plus BREAK-THRU® SP 133

Effect in % on Lolium multiflorum (Italian ryegrass) 13 days after application

 

GEP:

GEP:

yes
Versuchsort: Versuchsort: Place of experiment: Carmagnola, Piemont, Italy
Kultur: Culture: Winter wheat

Type:

“Palesio”

Repetitions:

4

Herbicide:

Topic 240 EC (Clodinafop 240 g/l)

Application date:

May 09, 2017 (BBCH 15)

Water expenditure:

300 L/ha

 

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Please note that we currently only sell this product in Germany and Austria.

 

 

 

Veronika Pfaffenberger

Veronika Pfaffenberger

BREAK-THRU® SP 133 is an adhesive and penetrant that is known for its excellent adhesion and slow but remarkable spreading on difficult to wet materials.
BREAK-THRU® SP 133 reliably transfers active ingredients through the wax layer into the plant.

 

Left: BREAK-THRU® SP 133                                               Right: Water

Proof of origin: Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH, Essen

 

Advantages of BREAK-THRU® SP 133:

  • Additive for improved distribution and utilization of plant protection products and leaf fertilizers
  • Sticker
  • Penetrator
  • Drift reducer
  • Very good plant compatibility
  • Low foaming tendency
  • Stable in both acidic and alkaline spray solutions

Differences to many conventional additives:

  • Sticker/penetrator from renewable raw materials
  • 100% mixture of fatty acid esters (80% fatty acid ester and 20% polyglycerol ester)
  • Easily biodegradable
  • Not classified as a hazardous substance

The product complies with the following regulations/guidelines:

  • Included in the Input list for organic processing in Germany
  • Included in the Input list for organic processing in Germany
  • Demeter Germany
  • Demeter International
  • Ecovin Germany
  • Gäa Germany
  • Naturland Germany
  • VO (EG) 834/2007
  • The restrictions stated in the directive “VO (EG) 834/2007” also apply to the other directives listed

 

 

 

 

Reduction of drift losses

  • More efficient application of plant protection products
  • Prevents drift and increases wetting

 

The drift increases the proportion of the crop protection spray solution which is sprayed onto neighboring areas in the form of spray mist during application.

 

Proof of origin: Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH, Essen

 

BREAK-THRU® SP 133 breaks the liquid film earlier after leaving the nozzle. This results in larger droplets and a smaller number of particles at risk of drifting. With larger droplets, optimal wetting is still guaranteed, as BREAK-THRU® SP 133 significantly reduces the surface tension and thus improves the distribution of the spray solution on the plant.

 

Reduction of drift due to BREAK-THRU® SP 133:

Wind tunnel experiments at the University of Nebraska, US

 

The correct application of BREAK-THRU® SP 133 is the prerequisite for the success of using the product. Before using it, please observe the instructions for use on the label of the sales container.

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