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Syngenta GreenCastBENEFITS BEYOND TURF GROWTH REGULATION Suppress growth while increasing
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Soil Temperature

Soil Temperature

Stay ahead of the game with up-to-date information on soil temperatures in your region.

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Heritage Action Module

Heritage Action Module

Learn about the hybrid technology of Heritage Action fungicide that couples the proven disease control of Heritage™ fungicide with a boost of acibenzolar-s-methyl (ASM) to help plants better manage biotic and abiotic stress.

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Pest Outlook Maps

Pest Outlook Maps

Use this highly accurate historical data to help you monitor weeds, disease, and pests.

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Product Solutions

Application flexibility for more than 20 turfgrass diseases.

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Broadest spectrum and only SDHI labeled for anthracnose in the golf market.

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Season-long control of grubs, ABW and turf caterpillars with a single application.

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Denser, healthier turf to withstand turf stress

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Slows grass growth and suppresses Poa.

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Low water solubility means season-long weed control guaranteed.

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Provides pre and post emerge weed control, even at seeding.

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Sports Field Management Tips / News

April 10, 2017

A Few Leaf Spots Appearing
On Kentucky bluegrass fields melting-out could become more prevalent as the spring progresses Read More ›

March 27, 2017

Bluegrass billbugs coming soon
Bluegrass billbugs will start appearing once soil temperatures rise above 65 F. Read More ›

March 6, 2017

Winter Grain Mites
On turf, winter grain mites should become more active in the coming month. Read More ›

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