BIOSAFE* Biodegradable Carrier for Herbicides

Product Description

BIOSAFE is a readily biodegraded solvent that replaces diesel fuel when used in mixtures with herbicides in cut stump applications in forestry situations.

BIOSAFE is a biodegradable, non-toxic carrier for herbicides in the treatment of woody and noxious weeds.

BIOSAFE is an effective substitute for diesel when used as a carrier for basal bark and cut stump applications. BIOSAFE is a naturally derived solvent which helps herbicides to penetrate woody weeds. When used as directed, BIOSAFE poses a low hazard for the user and environment..

Product Usage

BIOSAFE can be used as a carrier for herbicides in the following environmentally sensitive areas: ? National or State parks ? Forests ? Softwood and hardwood plantations ? Near waterways ? Fire trails ? Fence lines ? Rights of way ? Pastures ? Recreational areas

Cross-labelled Herbicides
Access* Corteva AgroSciences* Basal Bark or Cut Stump 1L — 4L/60L of BIOSAFE
Access* Corteva AgroSciences* ThinLine: lower spray volume, higher herbicide concentration 1L/9L of BIOSAFE (1 : 9)
Garlon 600* Corteva AgroSciences Basal Bark or Cut Stump 900ml — 3L/100L of BIOSAFE
Starane Advance* Corteva AgroSciences Basal Bark or Cut Stump 500ml — 5L/60L of BIOSAFE

Key Points

  • Specially formulated for use in environmentally sensitive areas—readily biodegradable.
  • Contains no mineral oil or petroleum derived hydrocarbon solvents.
  • Low toxicity ensures lower risk to personnel, native animals and surrounding ecosystem.
  • Excellent solvency properties makes it a suitable replacement for diesel.
  • Evaluation and Testing

  • Colour: 5 Gardner
  • Moisture:0.06%
  • Specific Gravity (20C): 0.88
  • Viscosity (40C): 4.5 cSt
  • Cloud Point:-100C
  • Acid Value:1
  • Storage and Safety

    BIOSAFE is non-toxic, biodegradable and is not classified as a dangerous good.

    According to experience, when used as directed, this product is considered a low risk to health and the environment.

    Skin and eye contact should be avoided. Refer to Safety Data Sheet for more information.

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