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Syngenta introduces Secure fungicide

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New multi-site contact fungicide for turf designed to be a rotation partner with Daconil Action.

| August 27, 2012

Secure fungicide is the next generation in multi-site contact disease protection for turf.

In a perfect world, golf course superintendents would have contact protection all year long, and not need to replace those contact applications with systemics.  With the introduction of Secure, superintendents now live in that perfect world.

Designed to be the ideal rotation partner with Daconil Action fungicide, the multi-site mode of action in Secure helps deliver season-long protection against the toughest turf diseases. Now, systemic fungicides no longer replace superintendents’ contact applications, but rather compliment for inside-out protection.

The only registered fungicide for turf in FRAC group 29, Secure contains the active ingredient fluazinam. It has no known resistance and as a multi-site contact, it has a low risk of future resistance.

Secure not only provides superior protection against dollar spot, but also controls 10 additional turf diseases. It even controls dollar spot that is resistant to other chemistries. Application rate is 0.5 fl oz per 1,000 ft2 (6 acres per gallon) every 14 days.

To learn more about Syngenta products and services for the golf course industry, visit www.greencastonline.com/Secure or call 1-866-SYNGENTA (796-4368).




 

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