Heritage Action Fungicide | GreenCast | Syngenta

Product Overview

Heritage Action Learning Module

Boost Your Turf's Natural Defenses with Heritage Action

Heritage® Action™ fungicide offers hybrid technology that couples the proven disease control of Heritage fungicide with a boost of Acibenzolar-s-methyl (ASM) for enhanced biotic and abiotic stress management.

Key Features

It contains two active ingredients that work together to control disease while protecting turf from abiotic stress like heat and drought. Heritage Action moves systemically throughout the plant and stimulates the production of five plant proteins that help turf combat disease and stress throught the following:

  • Energy production
  • Protection from dehydration
  • Heat tolerance
  • Enhanced photosynthesis
  • Pathogen defense

Heritage Action Fungicide vs. Insignia® SC Intrinsic® Fungicide: Drought Stress Tolerance

Drought Stress Tolerance

When compared with Insignia® SC Intrinsic® fungicide, turf treated with Heritage Action fungicide showed better drought tolerance.



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Download Supporting Heritage Action Documents

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Acibenzolar Water Conservation Study(PDF)

This study evaluates plant performance in water stress conditions.

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Fungicide Efficacy Chart(PDF)

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

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Heritage Action Fungicide Information Sheet(PDF)

Enhanced biotic and abiotic stress management for optimal turf quality

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Tank Mixing Products(PDF)

Tank Mixing Tips and Procedures

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