Application rates may vary based upon the depth of shade users desire. The best Endurant application rate is also listed on the container for home users and professionals. Apply more for a deeper result if desired, but do not mix at a rate that is overly diluted. Maintain the 15:1, water to Endurant, mix rate.
Geoponics began by introducing products that helped golf course superintendents, turfgrass managers, farmers, gardeners, landscapers and others find useful agronomy tools for common challenges. The products helped address agronomic challenges while providing alternatives to many traditional practices and products that may have been less sustainable or effective. They came with environmental benefits, including soil remediation with products like Agriox and Detox. Also, many help with water conservation and management.
The Endurant line of landscape colorants and landscape cosmetics, including the Endurant turf colorants, specifically have environmental benefits as an alternative to other practices.
Endurant is environmentally friendly as an alternative to other turfgrass care, lawn and landscape options, such as for masking seasonal fungus and replacing or reducing the practices of overseed. Endurant can lead to tremendous water usage savings and reduction in other harsh chemicals.
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Endurant is not a grass paint that turns blue. Many grass paints on the market have an unnatural and/or blue tone. Endurant Turf Colorants do not turn blue. Users celebrate Endurant colorants for their particularly natural tones. Geoponics' brand of Endurant Turf colorants do not start out blue and will not fade to blue. Instead, Geoponics formulated Endurant colorants to match the most common turfgrass species. These organic pigments combine with nontoxic binder to last for a long time. And, when Endurant does fade, it fades on tone.