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6-0-12 Fert + Fungicide VIII

10006159

Available in USA

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Description

2.05% Thiophanate + 1.02% Iprodione

  • Broad spectrum fungicide
  • Combines two synergistic active ingredients that provide both fast-acting and sustained disease control by utilizing both foliage activity and root uptake of the active ingredients
  • Controls brown patch, dollar spot, red thread, pink snow mold (Microdochium nivale), leaf spot/melting out, anthracnose
  • Controlled release nitrogen

Specifications

Category Fertilizer + Fungicide
Markets Golf, Sports Fields
Application / Areas of Use Golf Courses, Sports Fields
Technologies --
States Registered
Registration Number
Density (lbs/ft3) 52.5
Package Wt. 40 lbs
Bag/Pallet 40
SGN Size 75
Type Granular
Nitrogen Source Urea, MUtech
Slow-Release N (%) 65
Active Ingredient Thiophanate-Methyl - 2.05%, Iprodione - 1.02%
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