AQUATIC SPRAY

General Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

MAKO is essential for maintaining the natural beauty of contained bodies of water. MAKO may be used as an aquatic colorant or an aquatic spray pattern indicator. Using MAKO within suggested rates will not harm fish or other animals. Swimming and other recreation sports are approved during and following use of this product. Do not use this product in waters not completely controlled by the user, such as ponds with outflows, rivers and streams. MAKO may be applied to water used for irrigation, but not for direct human consumption.

AQUATIC COLORANT USE

MAKO will turn off-colored water to an attractive, natural blue. Use MAKO to color contained bodies of water, including water hazards, ponds, small lakes and fountains - anywhere you need your ornamental water to be the center of attention. Determine the volume of water to be treated. Use the rate chart to find the amount of MAKO to use. Vary rates accordingly for darker or lighter water color. Pour MAKO from several locations near the shoreline for optimal color coverage.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

AQUATIC SPRAY PATTERN INDICATOR USE

To mark emerged weeds during aquatic weed control applications, use MAKO at suggested rates. Treated weeds will be conveniently marked with a blue color indicating herbicide application. The applicator may vary the intensity of the mark by adjusting the use rate. Colored water resulting from overspray may occur.

AQUATIC SPRAY PATTERN INDICATOR

TANK SIZE SUGGESTED AMOUNT

1 gallon - 1/8 oz./4 milliliters

30 gallons - 1.5 - 2.5 oz./44 - 74 milliliters

100 gallons - 4 - 6 oz./. 12 - .18 liters

Note: Independent laboratory testing for toxicity to rainbow trout, bluegill or water flea, as well as acute oral toxicity, acute dermal toxicity, primary dermal irritation, primary eye irritation, ames assay, and dermal sensitization has certified MAKO as a non-irritant and/or non-toxic.

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