Programme timing

Ryder would typically be applied prior to a predicted period of stress but can be applied throughout the year if required used in combination with Primo Maxx II.

Pack size

1 litre

Application rate (turf mowing height under 12mm)

0.75 - 1.5 L/ha

Application rate (turf mowing height over 12mm)

1.0 - 2.0 L/ha

Water volume

250 - 500 L/ha

Product effect

Immediate

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Key points
  • Great lasting colour – that can be tailored to your turf demands.
  • Protection from harmful UV radiation and high light intensities.
  • Rainfast in 1 hour.
Application Info

Application rates

Turf mowing height under 12mm eg: greens, tees, approaches, bowling greens; cricket squares

Apply at a rate of 0.75 to 1.5 l/ha in a water volume of 250-500 litres per hectare. Use higher rates for deeper green colour and greater protection against light stress. Used in conjunction with a Primo Maxx II programme, reduced
mowing will increases longevity in growing periods.

Turf mowing height over 12mm eg: fairways; sports fields;cricket outfield

Apply at a rate of 1.0 to 2.0 l/ha in a water volume of 250-500 litres per hectare. Use higher rates for deeper green colour, higher heights
of cut and greater protection against light stress.

Application aid

The instant colour provided by RYDER can act as a spray pattern indicator in itself, especially at higher rates or on turf inherently paler at the time of application.

For even coverage always apply using Syngenta XC Nozzles, operated at 50cm nozzle tip height and at a water volume of 250 – 500 litres/ha. Two sprays at half rate, applied in different directions, can achieve better coverage on turf leaves managed at higher heights of cut.

Ryder is a turf pigment that provides an incredible visual effect – producing a deep, desirable green colour – with a shade and intensity you can manage to suit your course and conditions.

Suggested period of use

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