Description

Munns Professional Smart Wetter Lawn Wetter is designed to both retain water and alleviate hydrophobic conditions within the soil profile during dry periods.

Keeps water available to your lawn roots for longer!

It is a professional grade wetting agent combination that increases water availability in the soil, all year round.

Improves water retention, water penetration and distribution within the soil.

Helps eliminate dry patches on your lawn.

Specifications

Size

  • 1L = 800m2
Professional Smart Wetter
Contains
Blend of non-ionic surfactants and seaweed concentrate  

Safety Data Sheet

How to use

Directions for use

Hose on pack

1. Measure your lawn and put your lawn size into the above Munns calculator to determine your required amounts.

2. Put required amount of water into the hose on pack, if not sure use the above calculator. 

3. Add required concentrate and shake pack.

4. Attach to your hose and apply to your lawn moving quickly, it’s better to cover an area quickly twice then apply once and run out.

 
Backpack sprayer

1. Measure your lawn and put your lawn size into the above Munns calculator to determine your required amounts.

2. Put ½ the required amount of water into your sprayer, remember to use the above calculator. 

3. Add required concentrate and then add remaining water. Pro tip - Pre-mixing the concentrate with water is a good idea if your sprayer does not have agitation.

4. Spray evenly over your lawn in two directions, it’s better to cover an area twice in two different directions to prevent stripes.

Precautions

  • Water in immediately after application.
  • Do not apply if temperature exceeds 30 degrees at time of application.

 

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