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Super Marking Herbicide Dye

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It's not always easy to tell when you've applied a pesticide to a certain area. With Alligare Super Marking Dye, you never have to worry about overtreating the target with pesticides or fertilizers. If you spray an area that has already been treated, it can cause defoliation and other damage to plants and grass. When you spray with marking dye, you can see exactly where you've applied the product and prevent accidental plant death or harm in the future.

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    Active Ingredient(s)

    Temporary, Water Soluble, Blue Spray Colorant

    Used For

    Colorant Temporary, Water Soluble, Blue Spray Colorant

    Manufacturer

    Alligare

    How Alligare Super Marking Herbicide Dye Works

    Alligare Super Marking Herbicide Dye contains a highly concentrated blue dye in an aqueous solution. It's a type of surfactant that gives you a visible reference when applying your products. It spreads easily, covers the target area and indicates where you've treated a site for up to four weeks in aquatic applications. The color vibrancy gradually fades over time due to sunlight or adjustments to the water volume. It also blends thoroughly with various pesticides and fertilizers without affecting their activity.

     

    Where to Use Alligare Super Marking Herbicide Dye 

    You can use Alligare Super Marking Herbicide Dye in almost any setting where it's necessary to treat weeds or grasses. Apply it to tank mixtures with pesticides for use on industrial, municipal and utility sites, including rights of way and aquatic areas. It gives you an excellent visual reference when applying pesticides to ponds, reservoirs and lakes without interrupting irrigation use. Although you can apply it as a spray, it works best in impounded water systems for aquatic applications.

     

    Super Marking Dye Features and Benefits

    • Flexible application
    • Nonhazardous to aquatic areas
    • For use in municipal, industrial and other labeled sites
    • Doesn't interrupt irrigation use of lakes, ponds and lagoons
    • Provides optimal visual reference of treated sites
    • Disappears quickly in most any weather condition
    • Blends well with pesticides and fertilizers without affecting their active ingredients

     

    Directions for Use

    • Follow the recommended usage rate of 4 to 12 ounces per 100 gallons of spray solution.
    • Use 32 ounces per 4 to 6 acre-feet in aquatic applications.
    • You can save money and find the best application rate by varying the amount in the tank that stays visible for your desired length.

     

    Storage Tips

    • Store in a cool, well-ventilated location.
    • Avoid storing with food or animal feed.
    • Keep the container tightly sealed when it's not in use.

     

    Super Marking Dye Prevents Overtreatment on Target Sites 

    Avoid retreating application areas by adding Alligare Super Marking Dye to your tank mixture. You can use it with most fertilizers and pesticides without impacting their effectiveness. It disappears on its own in any weather condition and works in aquatic areas such as lakes and ponds. If you want to see where you've applied your product, mark the area with Alligare Super Marking Dye.

     

    SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING. ALLIGARE MARKING DYE rates will vary depending on such conditions as background color and texture of the area being sprayed, weather conditions, etc. Start at the low rates and work up.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

    It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

     

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