HERITAGE 50% DF 4 OZ
HERITAGE 50% DF – 4 OZ $116.50 FREE SHIPPING!!!
Active Ingredient: Azozystrobin 50% by Syngenta
Heritage is a unique fungicide with a novel mode of action. Field tests have shown it consistently provides exceptional disease control for extended intervals and improves overall turf quality. It controls a broad spectrum of turfgrass and ornamental diseases.
Heritage is recommended for control of certain pathogens causing foliar, stem, and root diseases including leaf and stem blights, leaf spots, patch diseases, mildew, molds and rusts of turfgrass plants. Heritage fungicide may be used to control certain diseases on golf courses, lawns and landscape areas around residential, institutional, public, commercial and industrial buildings, parks, recreational areas and athletic fields.
Controls on TURF:
Brown patch, Pythium and Snow mold, Fairy ring, Take all Patch, Grey leaf spot, Powdery mildew, Anthracnose Brown Patch, Fusarium Patch AND MORE!
**Dollar Spot: Heritage does not control dollar spot**
Curative-Active Against Certain Diseases Once Infection has occurred
Long Lasting Broad Spectrum Preventative
Controls The Six Toughest Turf Diseases
Provides Protection For Up To 28 Days Systemic Control
Spore Production, Germination And Infection
RATE: 0.2 – 0.4 OZ. per 1000 sq ft. A 4 oz bottle of Heritage DF 50 Fungicide can make enough finished solution to treat 10,000 – 20,000 sq ft depending on the concentration.
For spot treatments, use 0.2 oz. Heritage per 1 to 2 gallons of water.
Heritage Fungicide is recommended for control of certain pathogens causing foliar, aerial, and root diseases, including leaf, tip, and flower blights, leaf spots, downy mildew, powdery mildew, anthracnose, and rusts of ornamental plants. Heritage Fungicide may be used to control certain diseases of container, bench, flat, plug, bed or field-grown ornamentals in greenhouses, shade-houses, outdoor nurseries, retail nurseries, and other landscape areas.
Apply as a broadcast or banded spray targeted at the foliage or crown of the plant.
Apply to runoff in sufficient water to ensure complete coverage of the target plant. Good coverage and wetting of foliage is necessary for best control. Refer to the label for specific use directions for control of certain diseases. Repeat applications at specified intervals (plus alternations for resistance management) for as long as required. Applications may be made by ground only.
Applications should begin prior to disease development and continue throughout the season at specified intervals following resistance management guidelines.
Heritage Fungicide works best when used as part of a preventative disease management program.
Apply Heritage at use rates of 1-4 oz./100 gallons (0.5-2 oz./50 gallons) and every 7-28 days (or as otherwise specified for a specific plant or disease). The addition of a non-silicone based wetter-sticker at the recommended use rate may enhance coverage on hard-to-wet plant foliage.
Under most conditions and for most diseases, apply 2-4 oz./100 gallons (1-2 oz./50 gallons) on a 7-14 day interval.
Under light to moderate disease pressure, use the lower rates (1-2 oz./100 gallons or 0.5-1 oz/50 gallons) on a 7-14 day interval or the higher rates (3-4 oz./100 gallons or 1.5-2 oz./50 gallons) on a 14-28 day interval.
Under environmental conditions which promote severe disease development, use the higher rates (3-4 oz./100 gallons or 1.5-2 oz/50 gallons) on a 7-14 day interval.
Small use rate: 1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon per gallon.
Heritage may be applied to control soilborne, seedling, and crown diseases of production ornamentals (greenhouse, shadehouse, and container grown) as a preventative, drench treatment prior to infection. Good coverage of the pre-infection area (root zone, root ball, crown, etc.) is necessary for satisfactory control. Heritage may be drench applied to container grown ornamentals using 0.2-0.9 oz./100 gallons of water. Apply 1-2 pints of the solution per square foot surface area on a 7-28 day interval. Apply drench prior to infection as healthy roots are necessary to optimize product uptake, systemic translocation and disease protection.
Heritage calls for a non-silicone spreader sticker such as SA Spreader Sticker
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