Correct pH is a special preparation for lowering the pH of spraying solutions.
It contains polycarboxylic acids, in order, inactivates the salts and the heavy metals, as the latter one causes the oxidation and hydrolisation of agrochemicals.
Moreover, Correct pH contains an indicator, which makes the spraying solution fade to pink when pH grade lowers to the ideal (4-5).
For hard waters:
75 – 100 cc / 100 lt. of water.
For semi-hard waters:
20 – 30 cc / 100 lt. of water.
For soft waters:
10 – 15 cc / 100 lt. of water.
Generally, the dosage of 50 cc / 100 lt. of water, considered as appropriate in any case.
The ideal quantity of the product is defined when the color of the spraying solution fades to pink.
Correct pH should be added first in the spraying solution then followed by the rest of the agrochemicals.