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Controls diseases such as Pythium and anthracnose while improving turf color, quality and stress tolerance.

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DMI containing fungicide that can be used in even the hottest months.

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Most active SDHI in turf for control of Dollar Spot, Spring Dead Spot and more.

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Systemic control of pests and disease on turfgrass including residential, commercial, golf courses and athletic fields.

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Get to the root of parasitic turf nematodes with Divanem® nematicide.

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Systemic control of ABW at all larval stages (1st - 5th instar).

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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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Highly active herbicide that controls mature, grassy weeds in certain warm-season grasses with outstanding turf safety.

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A great tool for controlling all major sedges and more than 40 other weeds on turf.

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Golf Course Maintenance Tips / News

June 18, 2020

Doing what other herbicides can't in cool-season grasses
Tenacity® herbicide is a systemic herbicide for pre- and post-emergence control of grass and broadleaf weeds in several cool- and warm-season turf species. Read More ›

June 18, 2020

Let fire ants do the hard work for you
As golf rounds ramp up this summer, rain and warming soil temperatures can produce outbreaks of red imported fire ants. Read More ›

June 18, 2020

Managing tough summer diseases
Agronomic programs from Syngenta are tailored by region and turf species based on local conditions. Read More ›

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