- Completely Safe for Turf
- Restores Natural Green Color
- Great Color for Dormancy
- Quick Fix for Diseased Areas
- Covers up to 12,000 sq. ft.
PRIOR TO APPLICATION:
Cut turf to desired height. One gallon (3.78 liters) will cover 4,000 to 12,000 square feet (370- 1115 m2) of turf. The area covered will vary with the rate used, type and condition of grass being treated, and turf color desired. Typically a 1:7 colorant to water ratio is recommended on dormant turf, and a 1:15 ratio on other turf.
Dilute one gallon (3.78 liters) with 7 to 9 gallons (26-34 liters) of water. For a darker turf color, reduce the volume of water. Some experimentation may be required with the water to colorant ratio to obtain the exact color desired.
Dilute one gallon (3.78 liters) with 15 to 20 gallons (56-75 liters) of water. Again, the application rate depends on the on the desired color. For best results on any discolored area, two applications are recommended to blend the colored area in with the surrounding healthy turf.
Keep out of the reach of children. Do not take internally. In case of eye contact, flush with large amounts of water and consult a' physician. In case of ingestion, dilute with water or milk and consult a physician. Do not re-use this container. Rinse contents into the spray tank and crush prior to disposal. Do not apply to food or feed crops or grain after harvest. A spray shield is recommended for applications if overspray or drift is a potential problem, Avoid overspray on concrete, masonry, or any other objects where color is not desired. Permanent staining may occur. Accidental overspray may be removed by a water rinse prior to drying. Rinse spray tank, spray nozzles, and screens thoroughly with water immediately following use. Use with centrifugal pumps may cause seals to leak. For best results, use low to medium sprayer pressure.