BASF introduces Aramax Instrinsic brand fungicide for broad-spectrum control on fairways

By |  May 23, 2024 0 Comments

BASF recently introduced Aramax Intrinsic brand fungicide, a dual-active fungicide that delivers broad-spectrum control of 26 cool- and warm-season turf diseases, like snow mold, large patch, brown patch and dollar spot on golf course fairways.

Photo: BASF

Photo: BASF

According to the company, Aramax Intrinsic brand fungicide combines the strength of two powerful active ingredients, pyraclostrobin and triticonazole, for long-lasting residual disease control up to 28 days.

“Aramax Intrinsic brand fungicide adds to our strong portfolio of fungicides at a value price on fairways when compared to our Honor Intrinsic and Navicon Intrinsic brand fungicides,” Jeff Vanoy, senior product manager of turf solutions for BASF, said. “We are also equally excited to be entering the snow mold and large patch markets for the very first time and can’t wait for customers to see the outstanding results.”

The new product has been approved by the EPA to provide plant health benefits, such as helping improve turf stress tolerance and help enhance growth efficiency, resulting in healthier playing surfaces all season long.

Aramax Intrinsic brand fungicide will be available for sale starting June 1.

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