Heritage Fungicide 100g

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SKU: HER55DEF
Regular price £199.00

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High performance systemic strobilurin fungicide.

Heritage is an extremely effective systemic strobilurin fungicide for the control of Microdochium Patch, Take-all Patch, Anthracnose, Brown Patch, Leaf Spot, Rust diseases and Type 2 Fairy Rings in turf.

Benefits:

  • Seven turf diseases on the label
  • Derived from naturally occurring compounds
  • The only strobilurin that can be used up to 4 times per year

Application information:

Maximum individual dose: 500 g/ha
Water volume: 125–1,000 L/ha
Maximum no of treatments: 4 per year

Label approved diseases:

  • Microdochium Patch
  • Anthracnose 
  • Brown Patch 
  • Leaf Spot 
  • Rusts 
  • Take-all Patch 
  • Type 2 Fairy Ring

Characteristics:

Formulation type: Water dispersible granule
Technology: Fungicide
Pack size: 100g & 500g
Pack coverage: 10,000m2 (500g)
MAPP No: 13536
PCS No: 05062
Contains: 500g/kg azoxystrobin

Areas of use:

  • Managed Amenity Turf

Recommended period of use:

April - October