Heritage Fungicide | GreenCast | Syngenta

Product Overview

Proven Efficacy and Application Flexibility

Heritage® is a fungicide with a novel mode of action. Field tests have shown that Heritage consistently provides exceptional disease control for extended intervals and improves overall turf quality.

Key Features

  • Controls a broad spectrum of more than 20 turfgrass diseases, including brown patch, Pythium and snow mold
  • Available in granular, ready-to-spread, liquid or dry sprayable formulations
  • Absorbed through the leaf blade or stem and is taken up by the root system
  • Translocates upward (acropetally) and is uniformly distributed
  • Extruded active ingredient, from the plant, is washed down and recycled back into the plant by root uptake

Key Benefits

  • Allows for extended application intervals up to 28 days, depending on disease pressure, allowing for fewer applications
  • Controls certain turfgrass diseases associated with turfgrass establishment from seed, and may also be used during over-seeding of dormant turfgrass
  • Contains multiple formulation options that allow for application flexibility and mixing/handling preferences 

Download Supporting Heritage Documents

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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 Fungicide Information Sheet - Biokinetics(PDF)

Maximize disease protection from root to leaf tip.

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Impatiens Downy Mildew: A Practical Approach for Landscape Gardeners(PDF)

Understanding impatiens downy mildew and how to manage it.

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Large Patch Assurance(PDF)

Protect warm season fairways from Large Patch disease with a Syngenta Large Patch Prevention Assurance.

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Lawn Disease Identification Guide(PDF)

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

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News

04/19/2019

Controlling Brown Patch on Lawns

Brown patch is a disease that is caused by the pathogen Rhizoctonia solani. All turfgrass species are susceptible to its infection, but tall fescue and perennial ryegrass are most at risk.  Read more »


04/19/2019

How to manage the threat of rapid blight and anthracnose on Poa annua putting greens

Rapid blight (Labyrinthula terestris) is a relatively new turfgrass disease, with Poa annua, Poa trivialis and perennial ryegrass species being most susceptible. Although its origin is unknown, it most closely resembles a pathogen of marine grasses. This explains why disease severity is correlated with saline irrigation water and soil salinity. Cultural practices, such as salinity management and using tolerant species in winter overseeding, are important for rapid blight management.  Read more »


04/19/2019

Time For Season-Long Grub Control With Acelepryn

Acelepryn® insecticide is the standard for grub control with excellent performance. A single application, applied early, delivers season-long control of grubs, billbugs and turf caterpillars such as armyworms, cutworms and sod webworms.  Read more »


04/19/2019

TIPS FOR MANAGING INVASIVE CHINCH BUGS

Warm days and cool nights are a good indicator spring is near, which means lawn insects like chinch bugs are becoming more active. While damage to turfgrass isn’t always noticed until hot, dry spells occur during the summer, adults become active in warm and cool season turfgrasses, during warm, spring days.  Read more »