Appear Fungicide | GreenCast | Syngenta

Product Overview

Superior disease control with enhanced turf color and quality

Appear® fungicide features two components that work together to improve summer stress tolerance, turf quality and control of both Pythium and anthracnose. The formulation is easy-to-mix and is highly compatible with Daconil Action™ and Secure® fungicides. Appear provides outstanding turf color and turf safety – all more effectively than the Chipco® Signature® fungicide program.

Key Features

  • Proprietary pigment provides a deeper green color 
  • Contains a truly systemic mode of action with no known resistance that makes the active ingredient quickly available within the plant
  • Exhibits excellent turf safety from a potassium phosphite even in extreme temperatures, unlike low pH fungicides
  • Can be used with Daconil Action or Secure in a 14-day program on greens and tees
     

Key Benefits

  • Enhanced color and turf quality during periods of environmental stress
  • Excellent control of Pythium, anthracnose and summer stress complex
  • pH neutral formulation allows Appear to mix easily with other products in any order
  • When tank-mixed with Daconil Action, the combination provides two forms of protection both inside and outside of the plant

Compared to Signature, the Grass is Greener with Appear

Signature® Fungicide Upgrade to Appear® Fungicide
Good disease control Improved disease control
Low pH (2.5-4.5) pH-neutral
Good color alone, slightly lighter when mixed with  Daconil® fungicide brands Deeper green color specifically designed to mix with Daconil Action™ and Secure® fungicides
Mixing order constraints with Daconil Brands Easy to mix in any order

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“I’m glad to see Appear back on the market. It performs great. We use it to control Pythium on greens and it seems to help with some other diseases, too. We apply it every 14 days from mid-May through mid-August. It’s easy to pour and because it’s a liquid you don’t have to solubilize it – plus the product doesn’t get stuck in the nozzle. I’ve had issues with Signature not being mixed in the proper order, not being compatible with other products and clogging up the tank and the extra cost doesn’t help. Appear is much better – it mixes well and has done a great job for us. On top of this, turf treated with Appear stays healthier in my opinion – it’s not chlorotic, it’s not stressed out, it just looks healthy.”

-Jeff Whitmire, CGCS, Superintendent, Williamsburg Golf Club, Williamsburg, Va.
“I’m glad to see Appear back on the market. It performs great. We use it to control Pythium on greens and it seems to help with some other diseases, too. We apply it every 14 days from mid-May through mid-August. It’s easy to pour and because it’s a liquid you don’t have to solubilize it – plus the product doesn’t get stuck in the nozzle. I’ve had issues with Signature not being mixed in the proper order, not being compatible with other products and clogging up the tank and the extra cost doesn’t help. Appear is much better – it mixes well and has done a great job for us. On top of this, turf treated with Appear stays healthier in my opinion – it’s not chlorotic, it’s not stressed out, it just looks healthy.”

-Jeff Whitmire, CGCS, Superintendent, Williamsburg Golf Club, Williamsburg, Va.

News

04/26/2016

Confront Anthracnose Head-On with these Best Practices

Don't let anthracnose damage your putting greens during peak playing season. Anthracnose typically infects turf long before the symptoms appear, so a season-long preventive approach is key for successful control.  Read more »


04/15/2015

Syngenta reveals the latest golf innovations

Syngenta continues string of innovative product launches, more tools helping enhance turf quality and playability.  Read more »


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Appear Information Sheet(PDF)

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Fungicide Efficacy Chart(PDF)

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A systemic fungicide for the control of diseases caused by Pythium spp. and other pathogens on turf of golf courses.

Active Ingredient(s): Potassium Phosphite

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