SPLIT APPLICATION - 8 OZ. / 1,000 SQ. FT.
ONE-PUTT reduces problems associated with localized dry spot (LDS) from hydrophobic soils in turfgrass. ONE-PUTT, a 100% active nonionic wetting agent, is made to remain effective in the soil for up to 6 months. ONE-PUTT improves the rate and depth of water infiltration and helps to minimize irrigation requirements. ONE-PUTT can be applied as a season-long, residual wetting agent to reduce turf stress. It can be applied to all turfgrass areas, including golf course tees, fairways, athletic fields, lawns, sod farms, and any other general use turfgrass areas. ONE-PUTT can also be used on newly-seeded or hydroseeded turfgrass or where planting ornamental trees, shrubs or flowers to reduce irrigation needs.
Apply ONE-PUTT using traditional spray application equipment, applying with at least 100 gallons of water per acre as the “carrier”. Water in immediatly following application. For best results, apply ONE-PUTT early in the growing season. Applications can also be made “as needed” throughout the season to relieve plant stress caused by hydrophobic soils. Since ONE-PUTT does not dissipate rapidly in the soil, only 1 or 2 applications are typically required during each growing or use season.
Tank-mix compatibility with other products will vary, even though ONE-PUTT is nonionic. Variables such as water source properties, type of sprayer and agitation, as well as local environment conditions are factors which can affect compatibility of ONE-PUTT with other compounds. Incompatibility can be determined using a simple jar test. Partially fill a container 2/3 full of water to be used in the sprayer solution. Using the correct dilution, add all the tank-mix components and fill the jar with water. After shaking the container vigorously, compatibility can be measured by observing any conglomeration or separation activity.
For split applications, apply ONE-PUTT with a boom sprayer at 8 oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. in a minimum of 100 gallons of water per acre. Water immediately to wash the active ingredients from the leaf surface and into the soil and root zone. A follow-up application in 7 - 10 days is suggested when used at a rate of 8 oz. per 1,000 sq. ft.