TransFilm Anti-Transpirant creates a coating across leaf surfaces creating a clear glossy layer that is impermeable to water. The addition of this coating in the late fall decreases the rate of transpiration, or water loss, that trees and shrubs experience in the cold winter months. This in turn allows leaf tissue to make it through the winter unharmed. Applying TransFilm in the early Spring creates the same water-impermeable coating, helping to prevent disease activity caused by the excessive moisture associated with Spring.
-TransFilm Anti-Transpirant coats leaf surfaces with a clear, glossy film that creates a water-impermeable layer.
-TransFIlm applications in the late fall create a durable layer of protection over the course of the winter for shrubs, trees, and golf course greens by minimizing leaf desiccation over the harsh winter months.
-Applications made in the spring reduce dew buildup, helping to prevent many common spring-time diseases associated with prolonged leaf wetness.
-Transplant shock can also be reduced through the use of TransFilm prior to transplanting.
-For use on trees and shrubs, evergreens, golf course greens, rolled sod and more.