What is the difference between "Same Active, Same Concentration" and "Same Active, Different Concentration" lists in Price Transparency?

08 May 2019

Within the Chemical Price Transparency tool, you have access to a list of both "Same Active, Same Concentration" and "Same Active, Different Concentration" for each Ag chemical.

"Same Active, Same Concentration" products contain the same active ingredients in the same concentration as the displayed product, which means these products are most likely to be direct substitutes.

"Same Active, Different Concentration" products contain the same active ingredient in a similar ratio to the displayed product. That means that if you vary the application rate of these products, you can achieve the same applied concentration of active ingredients as the displayed product. When considering a switch to a Same Active, Different Concentration product, you should be aware of the pounds of active ingredient (as well as the inert ingredients) in your current product versus that in the related product, as they may be different.

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