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Title: Commercial And Small Package Fungicides for Disease Control In Turf
Physical Description: Fact sheet
Creator: Simone, Gary
Publisher: University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences, EDIS
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 1997
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Acquisition: Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Melanie Mercer.
Publication Status: Published
General Note: "September 1997."
General Note: "PDMG-V2-15"
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Source Institution: University of Florida Institutional Repository
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1.This document is PDMG-V2-15, part of the 1998 Florida Plant Disease Manag ement Guide, Volume 2, Department of Plant Pathology, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. September 1997. Please visit the FAIRS Web site at http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu .The Institute of Food and A g ricultural Sciences is an equal opportunit y /affirmative action emplo y er authorized to provide research, educational information and other services onl y to individuals and institutions that function without re g ard to race, color, sex, a g e, handicap, or national ori g in. For information on obtainin g other extension publications, contact y our count y Cooperative Extension Service office. Florida Cooperative Extension Service / Institute of Food and A g ricultural Sciences / Universit y of Florida / Christine Ta y lor Waddill, Dean2.Gary Simone, Ph.D., Professor, Plant Pathology, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, U niversity of Florida, Gainesville, 32611.PDMG-V2-15Commercial and Small Package Fungicides for Disease Control on Turfgrass1 Gar y Simone2Fungicides listed in the following table have been compiled from the most recent, available labels; and the "Complete List of Registrants and Brands of Pesticides Registered as of January 1996" issued by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Trade names for a given fungicide have beenare: DF (Dispersible Granule), EC (Emulsifiable compiled for educational purposes. Not all products listedConcentrate), F (Flowable), MC (Miscible Concentrate), have equivilent turfgrass clearances. Check product labelsG (Granular), MC = miscible concentrate, WG = wettable for specific usage information!granule, WP (Wettable Powder), WSB = water soluable Commercial fungicides are defined as those products marketed in quan tities much larger than needed to treat the average home lawn. Small package fungicides are defined as those products marketed in small volumes capable of treating home lawn-sized areas of turf ranging from 1000-6000 sq. ft. Abbreviations used with present active ingredients bags, L (Liquid), SP soluable powder types of formulations. The EC abbreviation following a number indicates the number of pounds of active ingredient per gallon of formulation.Table 1. Commercial and Small Packa g e Fun g icides for Disease Control on Turf g rass1Fungicide Common Name Trade Name & Percent Active In g redients23Commercial Small Packa g e45azox y strobin Herita g e 50 WG benom y l American Brand Benom y l S y stemic Fun g icide 1.6% G Anderson's Tee Time 1.5 Green Li g ht S y stemic Fun g icide Disease Control with Benom y l 50 Hi-Yield Benom y l S y stemic Fun g icide 25

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Commercial and Small Packa g e Fun g icides for Disease Control on Turf g rass Pa g e 2Table 1. Commercial and Small Packa g e Fun g icides for Disease Control on Turf g rass1Fungicide Common Name Trade Name & Percent Active In g redients23Commercial Small Packa g e45Au g ust 1998 chloronebKincaid Terraneb SP 65 Scotts Proturf Fun g icide V 6.25 Scotts Proturf Fun g icide IX 3.26 ( plus 1.63% thiophanate meth y l ) PBI Gordon Teremec 65 SP chlorothalonil Broadwa y 41.5 ( plus 2.5%Bonide Li q uid Fun g icide ( 11.24 ) fenarimol ) Clean Crop Evade 40.4F Dexol Fun g icide Containin g Daconil 12.5 Chlorothalonil 4L ( 40.4 ) Dra g on Daconil 2187 ( 12.9 ) Daconil Zn F 38.5 Ferti-lome Broad Specrum Li q uid Fun g icide 12.5 Daconil 2787 F 40.4 Green Charm Multi-Purpose Fun g icide 12.5 Daconil Ultrex 82.5 WDG Green Thumb Lawn & Garden Fun g icide 12.5 Daconil Weather Stik 54F Hi-Yield Daconil Lawn, Ve g etable & Flower Fun g icide 12.5F Echo 90 DF, 500 ( 40.4 ) FOrtho Multi Purpose Fun g icide 29.6 F Lesco Manicure Flowable 40.4Pennin g ton Multi-Purpose Fun g icide 12.5 Lesco Manicure DG ( 90 ) Procare Premium Multi-Purpose Fun g icide 12.5 Lesco TwoSome FlowableRed Panther Fun g i Shield 40.4F Fun g icide 40 ( plus 2.4% fenarimol ) Re g al Chloro-Star 40.4 Ri g o's Best Lawn & Garden Fun g icide 12.5 Re g al ConS y st 50 ( plus 16.66%SA 50 Lawn, Ornamental & Ve g etable Fun g icide 12.5 thiophanate meth y l ) Thalonil 90DF, 4L ( 40.4 ) Securit y Fun g i-Gard 11.24 c y proconazoleSentinel 40 WG etridiazole Koban 30 W Koban 1.3 G Terrazole 35 WP fenarimol Broadwa y 2.5% ( plus 41.5% chlorothalonil ) Lesco Two-Some Flowable Fun g icide 2.4 ( plus 40% chlorothalonil ) Rubi g an A.S. 11.2, 50WP flutolanil Prostar 50WP ProStar Plus 50.3 ( plus 50 triadimefon ) foset y l aluminumAliette 80 WDG

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Commercial and Small Packa g e Fun g icides for Disease Control on Turf g rass Pa g e 3Table 1. Commercial and Small Packa g e Fun g icides for Disease Control on Turf g rass1Fungicide Common Name Trade Name & Percent Active In g redients23Commercial Small Packa g e45Au g ust 1998 Lesco Prodi gy 80 DG iprodione Chipco 26019 50 WP, FLOScotts Disease Control Plus Lawn Fert ilizer 23-3-3 ( 1.02% ( 23.3 ) plus 2.05% thiophanate meth y l ) Scotts Proturf Fluid Fun g icideScotts Disease Control Plus Lawn Fertilizer 23-3-5 ( 1.02% 19.65 ( plus 19.65 thiophanateplus 2.05% thiophanate meth y l ) meth y l ) Scotts Proturf Fun g icide X 1.3Scotts Disease Control Plus Fun g us Control 23-3-5 ( 1.02% plus 2.05% thiophanate meth y l ) Scotts Proturf 23-3-5 Fertilizer Plus Fun g icide VIII ( 1.02% plus 2.05% thiophanate meth y l ) mancozeb Clean Crop Mancozeb 80WPGreen Li g ht Broad Spectrum Mancozeb 80 SA-50 Dithane M-45 80 WP Dithane T/O 75, WF37 Duosan WP ( plus 15.6% thiophanate meth y l ) Duosan WSB ( plus 15.6% thiophanate meth y l ) Fore 80 WP, WSP, F37 Manzate 200 75 DF Pace 70 ( plus 7% metalax y l ) PBI Gordons Formec 80 WP Protect T/O 80W Lesco Mancozeb 75DG, 4F ( 37% ) maneb ATO Maneb 75DF, 80WPHi-Yield Maneb Lawn & Garden Fun g icide 80 W maneb + zinc saltGriffin Pentathlon 37F mefenoxamSubdue MAXX 2MC, 1% GR, 2X WSP metalax y l Apron 25 WP, 50 WP Pace 7W ( plus 70% mancozeb ) Scotts Proturf P y thium Control 1.21 Scotts Proturf Fluid Fun g icide ll 16 ( plus 16% triadimefon ) Subdue 2E ( 25.1% ) 2G, m y clobutanil Ea g le 40 WSP PCNB Amvac PCNB 10%, 2E ( 24 ) ,Hi-Yield Terraclor 4.676 21.6F, 75WP

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Commercial and Small Packa g e Fun g icides for Disease Control on Turf g rass Pa g e 4Table 1. Commercial and Small Packa g e Fun g icides for Disease Control on Turf g rass1Fungicide Common Name Trade Name & Percent Active In g redients23Commercial Small Packa g e45Au g ust 1998 Clean Crop PCNB 10%GSA Terraclor Fun g icide 75 WP Defend 10G, 75 WP Vi g oro Lawn Fun g icide Spra y 24 En g a g e 10G, 75W Lesco Revere 75DG Lesco PCNB 10G Penstar 75WP, 10G Scotts Proturf 14-3-3 FF II ( 15.4% ) Terraclor 75 WP Turfcide 10 G, 400 F ( 40% ) propamocarb A g rEvo Banol 66.5 MC propiconazole Banner Maxx 14.3 EC, GL 41Spectracide Immunex 1.5 thiophanate meth y lClear y s 3336 WP 50, F 46Dra g on S y stemic Fun g icide 3336WP ( 50% ) ConS y st 16.66 ( plus 50%Ferti-lome Halt S y stemic Fun g icide 50WP chlorothalonil ) Duosan WP, WSB 15.6 ( plusFerti-lome Containin g Fun g icide for Control of Brown Patch mancozeb 64% ) Fun g o 50 WSB, 46.2 FloGreen Li g ht S y stemic Fun g icide 50 SA-50 Thiom y l Turf & Ornamental S y stemic Fun g icide 50WP Scotts Disease Control Plus Lawn Fertilizer 23-3-3 ( 2.05% plus 1.02% iprodione ) Scotts Disease Control Plus Lawn Fertilizer 23-3-5 ( 2.05% plus 1.02% iprodione ) Scotts Lawn Fun g us Control ( 2.3% ) Scotts Turf Builder Plus Fun g us Control 23-3-5 ( 2.05% plus 1.02% iprodione ) Scotts Proturf Fluid Fun g icide 19.65 ( plus 19.65 iprodione ) Scotts Proturf Fun g icide IX 1.63 ( plus 3.26% chloroneb ) Scotts Proturf S y stemic Fun g icide 2.3 S y sTec 1998F 46.2 F, 85 WDG thiram Clear y s Spotrete-F 42, 75 WDG Micro Flo Thiram Turf 75 Scotts Proturf Fluid Fun g icide III 40.76 ( plus 1.59% triadimefon )

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Commercial and Small Packa g e Fun g icides for Disease Control on Turf g rass Pa g e 5Table 1. Commercial and Small Packa g e Fun g icides for Disease Control on Turf g rass1Fungicide Common Name Trade Name & Percent Active In g redients23Commercial Small Packa g e45Au g ust 1998 triadimefonLesco Ba y leton 0.5% + 17-0-17Anderson's Disease Beater with Ba y leton 0.5 Fine Flow Elite FertilizerFertilizer Lesco Granular Turf Fun g icideFord's Procide G S y stemic Lawn Fun g icide 0.5 1GGreen Li g ht Fun g -Awa y 0.5 G Miles Ba y leton 25W Green Li g ht Fun g -Awa y Lawn Pro Star Plus 50 ( plus 50.3 Spra y 0.88 F flutolanil ) Hi-Yield Lawn Granular with Ba y leton Scotts Proturf Fun g icide VII 0.5 ( 0.59 ) SA S y stemic Fun g icide for Turf & Ornamentals 0.88 WP Scotts Proturf Fluid Fun g icideSA Turf Fun g icide Granular 0.5 III 1.59 ( plus 40.76% thiram ) Scotts Proturf Fluid Fun g icide II 16 ( plus 16% metalax y l ) Turfco Accost 1G vinclozolin Curalan 50DF, 41.3F Lesco Touch Flowable Fun g icide 41.3 Vorlan 50 DF, Flo 41.3 1. Fun g icides listed in this table have been compiled from the most recent, available labels and the "Complete List of Re g istrants and Brands of Pesticides Re g istered as of October 1997" issued b y the Florida Department of A g riculture & Consumer Services. 2. Trade names for a g iven fun g icide have been compiled for educational purposes. Not all products listed have e q uivalent turf g rass clearances. Check product labels for specific usa g e information! 3. Abbreviations used with present active in g redients are: A.S.= ( A q ueous suspension ) DG= ( Dispersible g ranule ) DF= ( Dispersible flowable ) E,EC= ( Emulsifiable Concentrate ) F= ( Flowable ) G= ( Granular ) L= ( Li q uid ) MC= ( Miscible concentrate ) WDG= ( Wettable dispersible g ranule ) WG= ( Wettable g ranule ) WP= ( Wettable Powder ) WSP= ( Water soluble pouches ) t y pes of formulations. The EC abbreviation followin g a number indicates the number of pounds of active in g redient per g allon of formulation. 4. Commercial fun g icides are defined as those products marketed in small volumes capable of treatin g home lawn-sized areas of turf ran g in g from 1000-6000 s q ft. 5. Specific label clearances amon g diseases and turf g rass species will var y dependin g upon product label. Read the label. 6. Manzate 200 is le g al for disease control only on sod farms.