Banner Maxx II Fungicide | GreenCast | Syngenta

Product Overview

Systemically Controls More than 20 Diseases of Turf

Banner Maxx® II is a systemic fungicide that provides effective broad-spectrum disease control in turf. It enters through the surface stem or root system, and prevents fungal cell growth by inhibiting sterol biosynthesis.

Key Features

  • Controls more than 18 turf diseases, including dollar spot, brown patch, anthracnose, red thread, necrotic ring spot, pink snow mold and gray snow mold
  • Provides excellent tank mix compatibility, stability and broad-spectrum controlwith its micro-emulsion concentrate formulation
  • Offers control of certain diseases for 21 to 28 days, depending on label rates and spectrum

Key Benefits

  • Resistant to wash-off after formula has dried
  • Contains odorless properties and mixes into a clear solution

Download Supporting Banner Maxx II Documents

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2020 Snow Mold Assurance Program(PDF)

Syngenta Snow Mold Assurance Program takes the uncertainty out of pink and gray snow mold protection on greens, tees and fairways.

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Fungicide Efficacy Chart(PDF)

Use this chart to help choose the right fungicide for optimal control.

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Golf Portfolio Brochure(PDF)

See how the Syngenta portfolio of products can lead to unrivaled turf quality on golf courses.

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Lawn Disease Identification Guide(PDF)

Use this guide to help identify common diseases found in lawns.

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Sports Turf Brochure(PDF)

See how the Syngenta portfolio of products can lead to unrivaled turf quality on athletic fields.

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As 2019 comes to a close, we want to look back at superintendents across the country who overcame tough challenges this year to provide their customers with optimal playing conditions.  Read more »


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09/23/2019

Get a free agronomic program poster tailored for your region

Proper planning is essential for protecting your turf from the myriad of pests that can attack during the season. In addition to pests, turf is also frequently subjected to abiotic stresses like heat, drought, traffic and shade.  Read more »


07/10/2019

Gray leaf spot management

The development of gray leaf spot in the transition and northern climates has changed the management of perennial ryegrass forever. Perennial ryegrass was first adopted by turfgrass managers because of the better tolerance to fairway and tee mowing heights versus Kentucky bluegrass.  Read more »