Instrata Fungicide | GreenCast | Syngenta

Product Overview

Excellent Control of Snow Mold, Anthracnose, and Numerous Other Turf Diseases

Instrata® fungicide combines the active ingredients found in Daconil®, Medallion® and Banner Maxx® II fungicides in a proprietary formulation. The combination of these active ingredients, with their multiple modes of action, enables Instrata to control numerous pathogens that cause snow mold and many other seasonal diseases.

Key Features

  • Provides excellent snow mold control
  • Controls the over-wintering increase of Collectotrichum graminicola
  • Reduces spring starting pressures of anthracnose leading to more manageable snow mold control the year following application
  • Uses multiple modes of action to help guard against disease resistance

Key Benefits

  • Systemic and contact activity helps control a broad-spectrum of other turf diseases, including anthracnose, dollar spot, brown patch and summer patch
  • Three separate active ingredients help promote efficiency and resistance management
  • Can outperform many conventional snow mold products as well as two- and three-way tank mixes

Download Supporting Instrata 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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Early Spring Open Fall Agronomic Program(PDF)

With better chemistry and a two-stage protection plan, your course can have a healthier off-season and be ready for an early opening next spring.

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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.




Planning a snow mold prevention program

Taking preventive measures to protect your golf course from pink and gray snow mold can pay big dividends next spring.  Read more »