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Headway
A Potent and Efficient Means to Control Turf Diseases

Headway® fungicide combines the power of the two active ingredients, found in Heritage® and Banner Maxx® II fungicides, to deliver broad-spectrum disease control against dollar spot, brown patch, and other major turf diseases.

Product Details

Headway Fungicide

Headway ® offers excellent broad-spectrum disease control on cool- and warm-season turf species, including spring dead spot, take-all root rot, take-all patch, summer patch, leaf spot and fairy ring. Headway combines two systemic active ingredients with different modes of action, providing an excellent rotation product in agronomic programs to help delay resistance.

Active Ingredients:

Azoxystrobin, Propiconazole

HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 11, 3 Fungicide

EPA#:

100-1216

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          Features & Benefits

          • Formulated to balance each active ingredient for control and optimum efficacy
          • Dual modes of action help ward off disease resistance and control a wide range of diseases.
          • Serves as an excellent rotation product in annual agronomic programs
          • Available in granular, ready-to-spread, or liquid, sprayable formulations
          • Allows you to choose the most convenient application method, without compromising performance
          • Minimizes need for disease identification with its broad-spectrum control
          • Has little or no odor resulting in no impact on homeowner or golfer
          • Application through a liquid fungicide injector is available for the control of ectotrophic root diseases

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