How do you use subdue fungicide?

How do you use subdue fungicide?

Pythium Damping-Off Pythium Blight Apply 16 to 32 mL SUBDUE MAXX Fungicide in 20 – 40 L of water per 100 square metres immediately after seeding. Irrigate with 1-2 cm of water. Re- treat at 7 – 14 day intervals if conditions remain favourable for disease.

What is Subdue MAXX used for?

Subdue Maxx Fungicide is used for the control of damping off, root and stem diseases caused by pythium and phytophthora spp., foliar diseases such as downy mildew and many other listed diseases.

What is the active ingredient in Subdue fungicide?

The active ingredient in Subdue MAXX is mefenoxam, a group 4 fungicide (phenylamide).

Do you water in Subdue MAXX?

1 SUBDUE MAXX ALONE • Add 1/4 to 1/2 of the required amount of water to the spray tank. With the agitator running, add the Subdue MAXX to the tank. Continue agitation while adding the remainder of the water. Begin application of the spray solution after the Subdue MAXX has com- pletely dispersed into the mix water.

How is Pythium blight treated?

Our top recommendation to treat Pythium Blight is Mefenoxam 2AQ. Mefenoxam 2AQ is a systemic fungicide that contains the active ingredient Mefenoxam and is designed to get rid of various harmful fungal diseases, including Pythium Blight. It is also the most affordably priced option to tackle the disease.

What is chlorothalonil fungicide?

Chlorothalonil is an important broad-spectrum, nonsystemic, organochlorine fungicide that has been widely used for more than 30 years as an effective disease management tool for potatoes, peanuts, turf, and vegetable and fruit crops. It is also used to control fruit rots in cranberry bogs and is used in paints.

Is there a systemic fungicide for trees?

Systemic fungicides like Inspire Super, Vangard, Scala, Flint, Sovran, Merivon, Pristine, Luna Sensation, Luna Tranquility, Fontelis, Rubigan, and Rally are highly effective against many tree fruit diseases.

What does lawn blight look like?

The blighted grass looks like a bleached, dead, or straw-like irregular patch that comes on very quickly, sometimes even overnight. Confirm your case by inspecting a few infected blades carefully. You will often identify grass pieces that look dead in the middle but still green on the top and near the root.