United Turf Alliance introduces trio of ArmorTech products

United Turf Alliance introduces trio of ArmorTech products

New offerings include ArmorTech TETRA, ArmorTech GOLD STANDARD 45 and ArmorTech ZOXY-PG.

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July 9, 2018
GCI Staff
Pests & Disease Supplier News
United Turf Alliance recently announced the launch of three new product additions to its ArmorTech portfolio. These products – ArmorTech TETRA, ArmorTech GOLD STANDARD 45 and ArmorTech ZOXY-PG – are the result of significant effort and represent UTA’s ongoing dedication to a customer-focused portfolio. 

ArmorTech GOLD STANDARD 45 is a comprehensive plant health tool that utilizes technology to deliver rapid, efficient plant uptake and utilization. Use of Gold Standard 45, either alone or as part of a spray program, will promote stronger, healthier turfgrass plants better able to withstand the rigors of intense maintenance and weather.

ArmorTech TETRA is a premium herbicide containing 2,4-D, Fluroxypyr, Triclopyr and Flumioxazin for fast, selective weed control in ornamental lawns and turfgrasses. The ester formulation offers excellent early- and late-season control of difficult-to-manage weeds including ground ivy and wild violet. This four-way herbicide provides control of more than 250 broadleaf weeds.

ArmorTech ZOXY-PG is a granular fungicide combining 0.31% Azoxystrobin and 0.75% Propiconazole. A broad-spectrum fungicide, it utilizes both root and leaf uptake to deliver preventative and curative control up to 28 days. ZOXY-PG targets foliar, stem and root diseases such as leaf and stem blights, leaf spots, patch diseases, anthracnose, fairy rings, mildews, molds and rusts of turfgrass.

“Introducing one new product is a task these days,” United Turf Alliance CEO George Furrer said. “The launch of three products simultaneously confirms our owners’ ongoing commitment to be the supplier of choice to professional turfgrass managers. In a time of unprecedented global supply volatility, we have two choices: stay on the sideline or invest for the future. We choose the latter.”