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Concert II
Effective & Efficient Broad-Spectrum Disease Control

Concert® II fungicide provides golf course superintendents with preventive disease control on greens, fairways & roughs. Using a proprietary blend of the active ingredients from Banner MAXX® II & Daconil®, it is an important component of spray programs for cool-season grasses.

Product Details

Concert II Fungicide

Concert® II fungicide Includes two active ingredients to help prevent more than 13 diseases, including snow mold. Concert II also contains a multi-site mode of action to help delay resistance.

Active Ingredients:

Chlorothalonil, Propiconazole

HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 3, M5 Fungicide

EPA#:

100-1347

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          Features & Benefits

          • Protects against more than 13 diseases, including snow mold (gray and pink), stem rust, anthracnose, dollar spot, gray leaf spot and brown patch
          • Provides superior resistance against dollar spot with both contact and systemic activity
          • Offers preventive disease control at efficient rates and cost making it particularly useful, versatile and economical to treat fairways, roughs and greens
          • Contains multi-site mode of action enabling product to be used to delay or prevent the development of resistance to single-site fungicides
          • Helps reduce human application error with no tank mixing requirements

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