Secure Fungicide | GreenCast | Syngenta

Product Overview

A unique class of multi-site contact fungicide

Secure® fungicide is a multi-site contact fungicide, in a unique chemical class, for golf courses. It contains the active ingredient, fluazinam, and is the only registered fungicide for turf in FRAC group 29. It has no known resistance and as a multi-site contact, it has very low risk of developing resistance.

Secure is the ideal rotation partner with Daconil Action™ fungicide for season-long protection against the toughest turf diseases with no interruptions. Now, systemic fungicides no longer replace your contact applications, but rather compliment for inside out protection.

Secure not only provides superior protection against dollar spot, but also controls 10 additional turf diseases. It even controls dollar spot that is resistant to other chemistries.

Key Features

  • Unique multi-site contact active ingredient.
  • Excellent control of dollar spot and 10 additional turf diseases
  • Controls dollar spot that is resistant to other chemistries
  • Unique chemical class aids resistance management

Key Benefits

  • Perfect rotation partner with Daconil Action for season long contact protection
  • Perfect partner with systemics for inside out protection
  • Formulation holds fungicide to the surface of grass blades even after irrigation and heavy rains
  • One convenient rate for 12 applications per year on all turfgrass at any height

News

08/16/2017

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. Snow mold can cause substantial damage to greens, tees and fairways and may interfere with play.  Read more »


05/22/2017

Syngenta Solutions for Managing Dollar Spot

There are seven classes of fungicides that are labeled to control of dollar spot. The level of control will vary with rates and application intervals.  Read more »


04/25/2017

How to manage the threat of rapid blight

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 »


09/29/2016

Reap the rewards with the GreenTrust® 365 Golf and Sports Turf program from Syngenta

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Download Supporting Secure 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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Secure Information Sheet(PDF)

Secure delivers season-long multi-site contact protection against the most difficult turf diseases.

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