TriCure AD is an advanced, non- phytotoxic wetting agent designed to prevent the development of hydrophobic soil conditions and Localized Dry Spots while optimizing use of rain and irrigation water.
Upper soil profiles contain varied combinations of soil, sand, thatch and organic amendments. These components interact and influence how water, air and nutrients are received. TriCure AD soil surfactant is formulated to effectively treat all of these soil and organic surfaces, without the risk of excessive water retention.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
For best results, TriCure AD applications should begin in early spring, before first signs of heat- related stress appear (zones 1- 3). TriCure AD can also be applied directly as a curative on existing dry areas and LDS. In warmer climates (zones 4- 5), application should be year-round, or when environmental stress conditions begin to impact turf performance.
Immediate watering in is not necessary to prevent burning as TriCure AD is non phytotoxic. For best results, heavy irrigation is recommended when applying to facilitate movement of chemical into the soil.
Applications can be made monthly or on a seasonal basis (effective approximately three months). To maintain an even, optimum surfactant level in the soil, monthly application is preferable.
Application of TriCure AD via irrigation lines is recommended where possible as chemical is optimally disbursed. Reduced application rates with comparable results are also often possible when applied through irrigation. See application rate table below for zone specific rate information.
Although TriCure AD can be mixed with most chemicals used in turf management, it is recommended that field- testing be done on a small area before spraying to assure safety concerns are met.
Prevents development of water- repellent soils
Eliminates Localized Dry Spots
Reduces channeling and preferential flow
Prevents water loss due to run- off
Reduces excess water retention
Provides water penetration and uniform distribution of water to the root zone
Conserves irrigation water
Increases root mass and length
Reduces labor costs associated with hand watering
2 to 12 oz. in 2 gallons water min per 1,000 sq. ft.