Difference between revisions of "Emulsifiable concentrate (EC)"

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An emulsifiable concentrate includes an oil or solvent carrier, an active ingredient, an emulsifier adjuvant and other inert ingredients.<br><br>
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An [[emulsifiable]] concentrate includes an oil or solvent carrier, an active ingredient, an emulsifier adjuvant and other inert ingredients.<br><br>
 
Source: http://techlinenews.com/herbicides/herbicideformulations2014<br><br>
 
Source: http://techlinenews.com/herbicides/herbicideformulations2014<br><br>

Latest revision as of 16:58, 1 August 2017


1. A pesticide formulation that contains one liquid suspended in another, usually an oil-based pesticide carrier suspended in water.


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An emulsifiable concentrate includes an oil or solvent carrier, an active ingredient, an emulsifier adjuvant and other inert ingredients.

Source: http://techlinenews.com/herbicides/herbicideformulations2014