The Turf Mark Green Spray Indicator is an effective tool to show where fertilizers and pesticide applications have occurred. When applied, it gives a temporary color that easily blends with turf and scatter over time because of sunlight and moisture. This spray is used to identify drift, preventing skips and give a healthy looking appearance to treated turf. It's non-toxic and is safe to use around people and animals or the environment.
Flat fan spraying tips are recommended when applying Turf Mark. Increased volumes of spray solution should be used when Turf Mark is applied to hard-to-mark areas. Longer or thinner stands of turf or sod may be more difficult to mark due to the non-uniform marking surface. Increasing the total volume of spray solution applied to those areas should reduce marking difficulty.
Experimentation with the volume of spray solution and rate of Turf Mark applied per acre or area should allow each applicator to establish a rate that is functional and economical for each application. The more Turf Mark you use, the darker your spray pattern.
At the highest rate recommended for "dark green" on a "dormant lawn" the color is barely visible. I'd have to use, and am using, 50% more just to see where I've sprayed. So for the value I'm using a ton more product. I've used other pricier colorants that seem to be a much better value once you take into consideration how much you have to use. But PROS, I like the shade of green it's not the fake looking emerald green I've seen around.
Thank you for your comments! We do agree that on dormant turf you will need to use a higher rate to get a lush-looking green. We appreciate your feedback and your business!