FAQ Slow Ride Slow Release Nitrogen – Product Risks

Will Slow Ride burn my crops or fields?
It is best to apply Slow Ride in the early morning or late evening to avoid crop injury. As with the use of any agrichemical, crop injury is always possible. Crop stress can be brought on by various environmental and/or agronomic factors, especially those associated with dry conditions and high temperatures. Do not apply Slow Ride 25 to drought stressed crops. The user is responsible for all risks associated with use and handling.

Are there any safety precautions I need to take when using Slow Ride?

CAUTION: Harmful if swallowed. Do not take internally. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, or clothing. May cause skin irritation. Avoid contact with or inhalation of the spray mist. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (gloves and face shield) when handling this product. Do not apply this product in such a manner as to directly expose workers or other persons. If product is being mixed with pesticides, spray adjuvants and/or compatibility agents, follow the “Precautionary Statements/FIRST AID” on the product’s labeling.

Is Slow Ride safe for my animals?
Yes Slow Ride may be applied while your livestock are on the fields at the time of application.

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