Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

Turf paint and divot mix colorant

Application tips:

Mix until colored. Adjust the colorant-to-water ration to achieve the desired color. 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. To prevent rub-off on uniforms, allow Green Lawngerfi to dry prior to using athletic fields. Rinse spray tanks, spray nozzles and screens thoroughly with water immediately following use. For best results, use low to medium sprayer pressure.

If this product is mixed with pesticides, the entire mixture, including rinsate, must be handled and disposed of according to all applicable local, state and federal guidelines.

Before applying Green Lawngerfi, cut turf to desired height. One gallon (3.78 liters) of Green Lawngerfi will cover 4,000 to 12,000 square feet (370 1115 sq m) of turf). The area covered will vary with the rate of Green Lawngerfi 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.

For best results, cover leaf blade completely with fine particle-sized droplets using flat fan spray tips. Avoid excessive run off from the leaf blade to soil surfaces. Nozzle type, pressure, flow rate and spray angle will all affect product distribution.


Divot Mix Sand: Mix 6 ounces (177 ml) of Green Lawngerfi with the same volume of water. Spray or pour the solution onto 100 lbs. (45 kg) of divot mix sand in a cement-type mixer.