Green Lawnger Transition HC Turf Colorant

Green Lawnger Transition HC Turf Colorant

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Product Overview

Green Lawnger Transition HC Turf Colorant is a highly concentrated dark turf colorant that provides a better aesthetic with its long-lasting green pigment. It is formulated with ColorLock technology which produces the most uniform and consistent long-lasting color. This UV-resistant turf color can last up to 90 days and provides a wide range of color options. For use on all types of turf grasses in all growing regions.  Green Lawnger Transition HC Turf colorant is ideal for those who want to enhance the aesthetics of pre-dormant and dormant warm-and-cool season turf varieties. Provides an excellent playing surface during cold months. It can also be used for touching up turfs damaged by chemicals, disease, or pests.  Does not fade quickly or turn blue, and provides the most uniform color.  Recommended for use on golf courses and high-end residential landscapes. 

Features and Specs

For use in Golf courses and high-end residential landscapes.
Application See label for complete application details.
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on the label.
Dimensions 7.25 x 8.00 x 12.00
Color Green
Special Features UV-Resistant
Shipping Weight 10.00 lbs
Manufacturer BASF (Mfg. Number: 59013410)



For most dormant turfgrass varieties, begin application at 32 ounces per acre. Pre-dormant (late fall to early winter) applications may start at a higer rate of 64 ounces per acre to create a base color on existing turf. Please see the label for full recommended rates. 


  • Long-lasting, natural color
  • Flexible application timing
  • UV resistant

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