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Concert II
A versatile weapon for broad-spectrum disease control

Concert® II fungicide helps prevent more than 13 ornamental diseases in nurseries and landscapes.

Product Details

Concert II Fungicide

Concert® II is a combination of systemic and contact fungicides for use in outdoor ornamental production and landscapes. It provides excellent prevention and control of powdery mildew, flower and conifer blights, leaf spots and rust diseases. With two modes of action, Concert II is an important rotation tool to help manage resistance.

Active Ingredients:

Chlorothalonil, Propiconazole

HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 3, M5 Fungicide



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          Features & Benefits

          • Two modes of action with contact and systemic activity
          • Unique formulation includes SuperWeatherStik® technology
          • Preventive control of leaf spot, powdery mildew and rust diseases
          • Multi-site mode of action provides effective resistance management
          • Ideally formulated to be rainfast and protect plants in outdoor environments
          • Broad spectrum activity makes it an important component of nursery spray programs

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