Verified FBN Member (CO)
Agronomy

Does anyone have experience with a surfactant product called “Aqua Veta”?

This is a surfactant advertised to replace any and all other surfactants and water conditioners.

Verified FBN Member (TX)

Be careful. The manufacturer calls it a “quantum liquid catalyst a made-up description which is not recognized as a scientifically accepted term or type of adjuvant. There are no magic bullets when it comes to adjuvants. Adjuvants aren’t regulated so anyone can make anything and make all sorts of claims. A tip off is when a product claims to replace everything or is used at some ridiculously low rate. I’d stick to brands sold by reputable ag companies such as FBN where the company is watching out for the quality and veracity and is based on real science rather than marketing hokey.

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