For use on golf courses (greens, fairways, tee boxes), turf fields for baseball, football, soccer, or any other sport fields, as well as city parks, natural walk ways. Turf Formula is to be used to improve the coverage, vigor of the turf, improve root mass and to reduce the use of fertilizers and chemicals. Turf Formula should be made a part of your normal turf applications to improve overall quality and appearance of your turf facility.
Bio S.I. Turf Formula acts as a bio-stimulant that helps to release bound up soil nutrients, improve water absorption and retention by converting plant debris to humus which holds water and nutrients in the rhizosphere naturally. Turf Formula is an economical and safe alternative to increasing turf growth, root development and rapid greening without sacrificing safety. Turf Formula’s diversity enables a broad range of activity which may improve productivity under the most severe growing conditions and stresses of modern, intensive golf course, sports field and turf maintenance practices. With ever increasing costs of traditional fertilizer and chemicals, Turf Formula is a safe and economical alternative that will improve the efficiency of your treatment program.
Benefits of using Bio S.I. Turf Formula:
- May be used when over-seeding or start new turf to improve growth and vigor of turf’
- Help improve coverage, root mass, and depth of roots
- Help improve water penetration reducing irrigation costs
- Reduces fertilizer, herbicide, fungicide and other chemical use overall
- Reduces thatch build up on greens, fairways and tee boxes
- Decreases standing water on sports fields
- Reduces hardpan and crusting issues
- Reduces disease pressure
Golf courses: Use one gallon per acre of greens first application. Then use one quart per acre of greens per week in divided dosages. Fairways & Tee boxes: Use one gallon per four acres first application then apply 8-10 ounces per week through the season. Under severe conditions use one gallon per acre for two applications back to back.
Sports fields, city parks and walking paths: Use one gallon per acre then go to 12 ounces per acre per week for the remainder of season. Under severe conditions continue with 1 gallon per acre rate until conditions improve.
Methods of application: Turf Formula may be injected into irrigation or fertigation systems. Applications may be made by surface spray rigs, pump up sprayers, or back pack sprayers or other methods that will achieve uniform coverage.