Endurant Activa (AF)

Endurant Activa (AF) is turf colorant plus fertility for the greenest grass possible.

Endurant Activa is the green AF formula. Endurant AF includes the trusted, natural looking green pigment of Endurant plus fertilizer for extra greening and nutrition. Endurant AF also includes humic acid and surfactants.

Using Endurant AF
This green AF formula can be used anywhere very green grass is desired. It is particularly well suited for golf courses.

Endurant AF 5-0-0 has all a golf course superintendent or other turfgrass manager could desire for green grass now and green grass that lasts. This is because of the foliar fertilizer, humic acid and surfactant — plus immediate color.

Recommended Rates

Apply one to two gallons of Endruant AF Turf Colorant per acre. Apply at a carrier volume of 40 to 45 gallons of mix per acre.


Shake or agitate well before mixing and while applying. Prepare the surface by mowing to the desired height. Ensure the surface is free of debris, including clippings, leaves and worm casings.

Endurant AF Turf Colorant is tank mix compatible with numerous pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and other fertilizers. Perform a standard jar test and do NOT combine with other pigments as a discoloration may occur.

Equipment and Clean Up

Nozzle types, pressure, spray angle and water carrier volume will all affect proper product distribution. Consult with your sales or technical representative for more equipment recommendations.

Avoid overspray on areas such as curbing, concrete, tee markers or other objects where color is not desired. If accidental overspray occurs rinse away before it dries. Immediately spray with water.

Rinse spray equipment after use thoroughly and immediately, including rinsing spray tanks and screens. Soak nozzles.


  • Total Nitrogen (N) 5%
  • Water Soluble Magnesium (Mg) 1%
  • Chelated Iron (Fe) 3%
  • Manganese (Mn) 1%
  • Humic Acid 2%

Derived From: Urea, Iron Glucoheptonate, Magnesium Glucoheptonate, Manganese Glucoheptonate
Non Plant Food Ingredients: Humic Acid from Leonardite Shale

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