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Glyphosate Formulation Comparisons

This interactive table was designed to allow users to determine equivalent application rates of various glyphosate-containing products. Product equivalent rates are generally determined by calculations based on product active ingredient. However, because various salts are used in commercial glyphosate formulations, this table computes product rate equivalents based upon acid equivalents. All the cells in this table are active, that is, values can be changed in any cell. We suggest that you change numbers only in column F - "If you apply" (blue numbers). Entering your own values in this column (followed by pressing the “enter” key) will recalculate the amount of acid equivalent that would be applied at that product rate (shown in column G). By clicking on the “Refresh” icon for your browser, you can reload this webpage back to the default numbers.
The table can also be expanded for easier viewing by clicking and dragging the bottom, right corner of the spreadsheet to a different size.
For more information on glyphosate formulation comparisons see the article, "Price Comparisons for Glyphosate Products."

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