- Contains surfactants and water retaining polymers for a two-step approach to dry patch management
- A long-term solution giving rapid gains in summer sward quality and health
- Reduces irrigation requirement
- Improves efficiency of fertiliser and biostimulant applications
- May be tank mixed with most fertilisers and biostimulants
Incision is a new wetting agent which combines penetrating surfactant technology with the power of water retaining polymers. Even distribution of water throughout the rootzone is essential for the plant and playing surface in times of drought and deluge.
INCISION is a combination of surfactant and polymer technology to ensure the even distribution of water through the rootzone, with polymers to hold the water in a thin film around the soil particle to ensure the all-important airspace around particles is maintained. Uniform uptake of liquid fertilisers and pesticides is essential for level growth and Incision ensures that nutrients, biostimulants and pesticides are evenly distributed through the rootzone.
APPLICATION AND TIMING
Prevention : To prevent dry patch start to apply Incision in spring when the soil is still moist, at an initial rate of 20L/Ha followed by monthly applications of 10L/Ha throughout the summer.
Cure: Apply 20L/Ha every two to four weeks until the dry patch is under control or spot treat the affected areas as required.
HOW TO APPLY Apply with 600-800L/Ha. Almost fill the spray tank with water, add Incision and complete filling the tank to ensure even distribution.
Always conduct a bucket test and trial on an area of turf before tank mixing with other products.
When hydrophobic conditions are alleviated, follow with subsequent applications of 10L/Ha monthly. After application irrigate that evening with sufficient water to allow Incision to penetrate at least 10 cm into the root zone i.e. approx. 80m3 per hectare.
IF ON SKIN: Gently wash with plenty of soap and water.
IF SWALLOWED: Call a POISON CENTRE/doctor/ if you feel unwell.
IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes.