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Banner Maxx II
Systemically Controls More than 20 Diseases of Turf

Banner Maxx® II controls dollar spot, brown patch, anthracnose, red thread, necrotic ring spot, pink snow mold, gray snow mold and more.

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Banner Maxx II Fungicide

Banner Maxx® II is a systemic fungicide that provides effective broad-spectrum disease control of more than 20 diseases at low-use rates. It enters through the surface stem or root system, and prevents fungal cell growth by inhibiting sterol biosynthesis.

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HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 3 Fungicide



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          Features & Benefits

          • Controls more than 20 turf diseases, including dollar spot, brown patch, anthracnose, red thread, necrotic ring spot, pink snow mold and gray snow mold
          • Provides excellent tank mix compatibility, stability and broad-spectrum controlwith its micro-emulsion concentrate formulation
          • Offers control of certain diseases for 21 to 28 days, depending on label rates and spectrum
          • Resistant to wash-off after formula has dried
          • Contains odorless properties and mixes into a clear solution

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