35-year tradition of delivering innovative technologies to the turf industry continues with the launch of Excalibur™. Excalibur is powered by a new surfactant technology, Potentiated Hydrophobe Technology or PHT Technology™ to the US market.
Moisture Management Solution
Advanced technology and research in the fields of soil science and agriculture have developed the most cost efficient wetting agent on the market today, Aqua-Aid 15 to 30 day penetrant.
Aqua-Aid is a unique water based formulation of the highest quality surfactants and wetting agents allowing applications any time of the year with no phytotoxicity.
Aqua-Aid provides superior infiltration of water into the soil profile by modifying the water surface tension. This can reduce the required amount of irrigation and rain water by as much as 30%. The end result is less hand watering, less maintenance expense, and a healthier plant.
Aqua-Aid is an environmentally safe premium wetting agent that is ideal for turf, agricultural, and horticultural applications and can be injected through irrigation systems and/or tank mixed for spray application.
• Cost effective
• Reduces water surface tension
• Increases water penetration
• Reduces water usage
• Increases nutrient uptake
• Low application rates
• Compatible with most tank sprays
• Money back guarantee
Golf, Lawns, and Sports Turf
Apply two applications 15 days apart at 2 to 4 ounces per 1,000 ft² in 2 gallons of water (6 to 13 L/ha in 800 L). Reapply at 2 to 4 ounces per 1,000 ft² in 2 gallons of water (6 to 13 L/ha in 800 L) at 30 day intervals or as needed. Irrigate after each application to remove the surfactant from the plant surfaces. Inject two applications 15 days apart at 1 to 4 quarts per acre (3 to 10 L/ha). Reapply at 1 to 2 quarts per acre (3 to 5 L/ha) at 30 day intervals or as needed.
Apply two applications 30 days apart at 3 pounds per 1,000 ft² (150 kg/ha). Reapply at 1.5 to 3 pounds per 1,000 ft² (75 to 150 kg/ha) at 30 day intervals or as needed.
Irrigation is necessary to release Aqua-Aid from the carrier. Irrigate before next mowing or leave baskets off.
Apply when hand watering.
This past fall our team gathered again at HQ in Rocky Mount, NC to prepare for the upcoming Virtual Trade Show season. We spent a few days together preparing new tools for both end users and our distribution and dealer networks to gain a deeper understanding and training into our solutions.
Mark Langner, discusses when utilizing a Moisture Management Solution from AQUA-AID Solutions, the flexibility turf managers have to Dial-In™ their moisture management program based on their agronomic programs.
WATCH: We take a look at soil moisture uniformity when utilizing an OARS PS program. Turfgrass managers will experience superior uniformity both across their profile and throughout the depth of their profile.
In episode 3 of the Solutions 4 Turf Podcast, Sam Green, President of AQUA-AID Solutions sat down with Trevor Hunter of Ontario Seed Company in Canada.
Sam Green, President of AQUA-AID Solutions sits down to share a Fall 2020 message. How has Covid19 effected the golf industry, the challenges and solutions the industry has found to combat the boost in rounds many are seeing.
During a few days together, preparing for the virtual education season to come, the AQUA-AID Solutions team sat down for a round table discussion talking 2020.
Managing the 80’s at 8 with OARS HS/PS Mark Langner talks about how using a Dial-In program with OARS...
Mark Snell, Golf Course Superintendent at Treyburn Country Club in Durham, NC discusses the success he has had using OARS PS in his greens program.
As summer descends upon us, dialing up your moisture management becomes even more important. At times, your turf will need some supplemental watering to even out your profile. Utilizing nothing more than your current irrigation system and an AQUA-AID Solution's pellet can accomplish this.
Utilizing PBS150® with your potted and bedded plants will help gain efficiencies in your operation. Making regular applications of PBS150 will help reduce the amount of water needing to be applied to your plants, providing savings in both water and labor.