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Golf’s leading fungicide, Secure®, is now even better. Secure® Action™ fungicide includes a boost of acibenzolar-S-methyl (ASM), to better prevent and quickly recover from biotic and abiotic stress. With an enhanced formulation of a trusted multi-site contact fungicide, it offers improved dollar spot control and brings the ASM defense to fairways and greens, providing inside out turf protection for your entire course.
Please review the product label for specific application recommendations.
For guidance on integrating Secure Action into your existing dollar spot control strategy, see Syngenta Agronomic programs.
With up to 12 applications per year, Secure Action activates a plant’s natural defense against disease before a pathogen is present by triggering the salicylic acid pathway and protein production in advance of infection.
Research shows that ASM works best when used as part of a season-long program. Rotating Secure Action with Daconil Action or Heritage Action fungicides provides drought mitigation, improved disease control and the ability to recover from abiotic stress for the entire course all season-long.
Applications made on a 21-day interval Source: Bruce Clarke, Rutgers University, 2016
Applications made on a 21-day interval. Source: John Inguagiato, University of Connecticut, 2018
Curative application made June 29, 2018. Photos taken July 13, 2018. 14 days after treatment. Source: Mike Mulhare, White Manor Country Club practice area, Malvern, Pennsylvania. Treated plot is a practice area that has divots, yet still it shows recovery from disease with Secure Action.
All rates per 1000 sq. ft. Applications made on a 14-day interval beginning September 1, 2016. Trials conducted on MiniVerde® Bermudagrass. Source: Maria Tomaso-Peterson, Mississippi State University.
Violetta Birnov, Syngenta. Stein, Switzerland, 2017
Source: Violetta BirnovIlija, Syngenta. Stein, Switzerland, 2017
The enhanced formulation of Secure Action provides improved product stability during tank-mixing and storage. Image: Comparison of 3 products after standard 2 weeks of storage at 54° C. Source: Syngenta accelerated aging study. Conducted May 19, 2017 – July 27, 2017. Stein, Switzerland.
Dr. Jim Kerns, associate professor and extension specialist at N.C. State University, walks through his summer bentgrass decline trial that included Secure® Action™ and Daconil® Action fungicides.
John Inguagiato, Ph.D., associate professor of turfgrass pathology at the University of Connecticut, discusses the increased disease control he saw in his Secure® Action™ trials.
Secure Action + Daconil Action: Summer Bentgrass Decline Trial
Secure Action Fungicide Provides Enhanced Dollar Spot Control
Learn how Secure Action can control dollar spot on golf course turf.
To help golf course superintendents better manage dollar spot all season long, Syngenta has launched a new solutions-based website, GreenCastOnline.com/dollar-spot-solutions, which includes a dollar spot prediction tool, trial data, videos and more. Read more »
It is essential for superintendents to have a working knowledge of modes of action for fungicides, insecticides and herbicides to aid in the tank-mixing process. These codes, represented as Fungicide Resistance Action Committee (FRAC) codes, Insecticide Resistance Action Committee (IRAC) codes and Herbicide Resistance Action Committee (HRAC) codes, are typically listed on product labels. Read more »
There are many ways the 2019 GreenTrust® 365 Golf & Sports Turf Program can take your course to the next level. See below for what’s new with the program this year. Read more »
Syngenta has launched two new fungicides for the turf market, Posterity® and Secure® Action™, which deliver proven, long-lasting control of dollar spot as well as other common turf diseases. Read more »
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