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Daconil Zn
Expands Your Arsenal Against Many Common Turf Diseases

Daconil Zn® fungicide provides long lasting residual control of key diseases such as algae, brown patch, copper spot, Fusarium and many more.

Product Details

Daconil Zn Flowable Fungicide

Daconil Zn provides excellent once-a-year disease control. It can be used up to twice a year on golf tees and greens. It is registered to control 13 turf diseases and algae in turf. It is also registered for control of 50 diseases on over 75 ornamental plants.

Active Ingredients:

Chlorothalonil

HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group M5 Fungicide

EPA#:

50534-211-100

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          Features & Benefits

          • It contains 38.5% active ingredient.
          • A built-in surfactant is included to provide superior sticking power for extended coverage even after heavy rains or watering.
          • Multi-site mode of action.
          • The unique liquid formulation with the surfactant provides residual control for 14 to 21 days
          • Mixes faster and easier
          • Less clogging of nozzles
          • Perfect contact tank-mix partner with systemic fungicides such as Heritage®, Banner MAXX® and Subdue MAXX®

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