Tag: fungicides

SePRO launches Soteria fungicide

September 25, 2018 By
SePRO Corp. released Soteria fungicide, a product providing preventative and curative control of dollar spot, brown patch, anthracnose and several other diseases. “Soteria is a cornerstone fungicide for any cool- or warm-season turfgrass disease management program,” said Mark Brotherton, portfolio ...
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Putting the pH in pH-ungicide mixology

January 8, 2018 By and
Fungicides are mixed with water and applied as a dilute spray to control diseases on golf course turf. Although published reports show that water quality can influence the performance of certain herbicides, evidence of similar effects on fungicide efficacy is ...
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Syngenta: Heritage Action + Velista Multipak

July 14, 2017 By
The Heritage Action™ + Velista® Multipak from Syngenta provides two innovative fungicides in one convenient package. Heritage Action uses a proven plant activator (Acibenzolar-s-methyl) to boost turf’s natural defenses, while delivering best-in-class quality for warm- and cool-season turf. Velista is ...
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Making fungicides work

November 21, 2016 By
“Performance of fungicides is determined by you and you alone,” says Jim Kerns, Ph.D., associate professor and extension specialist in plant pathology at North Carolina State University. “The products work.” Among the keys to successful disease control is getting an ...
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SipcamRotam: ETQ Fungicides

November 15, 2016 By
SipcamRotam’s exclusive Enhanced Turf Quality (ETQ) technology blends proven active ingredients with science-based solutions to simultaneously control disease and protect turf from UV light, heat and other stress factors. By shielding turf from sun and temperature extremes, ETQ technology makes plants ...
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Lessen your anthracnose struggles

Anthracnose (Colletotrichum cereale) has been a persistent problem on putting greens, particularly in the northeastern United States, where many golf courses have Poa annua greens, some by choice, others to the superintendent’s distain. While anthracnose can also occur on creeping ...
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