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Daconil Weatherstik
Daconil Weatherstik® Provides Staying Power

Controls 14 diseases, including dollar spot, brown patch, gray leaf spot, algae, leaf spot, melting out, anthracnose, rust, Fusarium patch, gray snow mold and red thread.

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Daconil Weatherstik Fungicide

Daconil Weatherstik® is a contact fungicides that exhibits a multi-site mode of action which can delay or prevent resistance to single-site fungicides. It contains a built-in surfactant to provide superior sticking power for extended coverage and unsurpassed protection on the crown and sheath of grass blades, even after heavy rains or watering.

Active Ingredients:

Chlorothalonil

EPA#:

50534-209-100

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          Features & Benefits

          • Controls 14 diseases, including dollar spot, brown patch, gray leaf spot, algae, leaf spot, melting out, anthracnose, rust, Fusarium patch, gray snow mold and red thread
          • Exhibits core technology used in newer products like Daconil® Action™, Concert® II, Renown® and Instrata®
          • Registered for control of 50 diseases on more than 75 ornamental plants
          • Provides residual control for 14 to 21 days
          • Allows the spray solution to stay in suspension for up to six hours, if delayed by wind or rain
          • Provides excellent wide-spectrum disease control when partnered with Heritage®, Banner Maxx® II and Subdue Maxx®

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