Whether you are a farmer or an avid gardener, various products in our spray solution line can help save you both time and money. We offer two types of foam-related products, depending on what you are trying to accomplish.
Trying to eliminate foaming? No Foam is an anti-foaming product that gets rid of that unwanted foaming in recirculating sprayers and other highly agitated solutions. Keeping the foaming under control will help you reduce the amount of overflow waste. Before adding other products to your sprayer, add the No Foam first. You only need minimal amounts of No Foam, only 1-2 ounces per 100 gallons of spray mixture.
One of the five-star reviews online states: "Even though you use a very small amount of this in a 3 gallon sprayer, the difference is striking. For years I have suffered through being very careful when mixing liquids in my sprayer; no matter what I always got several inches of foam...Now I just add this to the first two quarts of water and never see foam regardless of how vigorously I fill the tank. All that wasted time and stress dealing with foam now seem so absurd."
On the other hand, Foam Max is an agricultural foam marker, meaning that it will make foam. The thick foam created by Foam Max allows farmers to have a visual marker as to where they have sprayed their pesticides and fertilizers. It is formulated to achieve long lasting foam in a range of conditions and is designed to be used with conventional agricultural foam generators. If you are using soft water (300-1000ppm), you will want to use 2-3 pints per 30-40 gallons of water. With hard water (1000+ppm), you will want to use a little more, around 3-4 pints per 30-40 gallons of water.