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BLUE MARKER DYE - See easily where you've sprayed

Pack Size / OptionsPrice 
BLUE MARKER DYE 1 LTR  £17.99 Inc VAT

Product Description

BLUE MARKER DYE 

See EASILY where you've sprayed

For the whole of springtime we are offering:

£5 OFF MARKER DYE when it is purchased in conjunction with any other weedkiller. Just add the MARKER DYE and your weedkiller of choice to your basket then apply code MARKER5 to receive your discount.

 

Discount applies to the first bottle only and can only be used once per order. 

BLUE MARKER DYE Clearly identifies what areas have been sprayed, eliminating double applications and preventing over application of herbicide.

 BLUE MARKER DYE is a spray pattern indicator dye which aids operators to ensure correct application of spray solutions such as pesticides. It highlights clearly where there is overlapping, misses and also indicates any blocked nozzles during the spraying process.  BLUE MARKER DYE  is based on an environmentally friendly benign food grade dye technology.

 BLUE MARKER DYE, once applied, breaks down naturally within 48 hours either by rainfall or sunlight degradation.

  • Low application rates
  • Economical to use.

Application rates

Use within the range of 50ml - 200ml per 100 litres, adjust to gain the the required target colour

For Knapsack application, use up to 40ml per 5 litres (adjust if deeper colour needed but always start with the lowest rate of blue marker dye first)

Rates vary depending upon vegetation type, the surface applied to and the depth of colour required. 

Active Ingredient

None hazardous food grade dye

Looking to Buy in Bulk?

For all Bulk order requirements please email info@chemigro.co.uk and an adviser will respond between 24 - 48 hours. A 10 to 15% discount is available on bulk orders depending on the product (on some products more). Please enquire for further details

IMPORTANT NOTICE
There are legal responsibilities covering the storage and use of professional use pesticides featured on this website. These responsibilities are covered by The Food and Environment Protection Act 1985 (FEPA) and Control of Pesticide Regulations 1986 (COPR). When placing an order with us, you must confirm that you have read, understand and will comply with all FEPA and COPR regulations. For details of these regulations click here.