Medallion SC Fungicide | GreenCast | Syngenta

Product Overview

Explosive contact activity. Formulated for performance.

Medallion® SC fungicide is now formulated as a liquid suspension concentrate for easier handling and flexible mixing. Its naturally occurring active ingredient (fludioxonil) explodes fungal spores on the leaf, in the thatch and beneath the soil surface. The suspension concentrate formulation delivers the same reliable, broad-spectrum control of several key turf diseases including snow mold, anthracnose and bentgrass deadspot.

Medallion SC targets pathogen spores quickly stopping germination. View this video to witness fast Medallion SC Bio-inspired explosive performance.

Key Features

  • Triggers fungal spores to rapidly absorb water until they explode
  • Unique MOA affects plasma membranes and amino acid uptake, protecting plants from disease before it can start
  • Derived from a naturally occurring antifungal compound of soil bacteria

Key Benefits

  • Contact+ activity protects on the leaf surface, in the thatch and at the soil surface, dramatically reduce overall disease pressure fast
  • Broad-spectrum control of several key turf diseases including snow mold, anthracnose and bentgrass deadspot
  • New suspension concentrate enhances ease of mixing, measuring and storing

Download Supporting Medallion SC 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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Golf Portfolio Brochure(PDF)

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

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Medallion SC Fungicide Information Sheet(PDF)

Explosive contact activity. Formulated for Performance.




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