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Heritage Action
The turf is the real athlete.

Heritage® Action™ fungicide contains two active ingredients that work together to deliver enhanced disease control, and prepare your turf to perform and recover from abiotic stressors like maintenance, traffic and drought - especially in the heat of summer.

Product Details

Heritage Action Fungicide

Heritage Action fungicide offers hybrid technology that couples the proven disease control of Heritage fungicide with a boost of Acibenzolar-s-methyl (ASM) for enhanced biotic and abiotic stress management.

Active Ingredients:

Azoxystrobin, Acibenzolar-S-methyl

HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 11, P1 Fungicide 



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          Features & Benefits

          Heritage Action contains two active ingredients that work together to control disease while protecting turf from abiotic stress like heat and drought. It moves systemically throughout the plant and stimulates the production of five plant proteins that help turf combat disease and stress through the following:

          • Energy production
          • Protection from dehydration
          • Heat tolerance
          • Enhanced photosynthesis
          • Pathogen defense

          Multipak Available

          Heritage Action and Daconil® Action™ fungicides feature acibenzolar-S-methyl, which stimulates the plant's natural defenses against disease, heat and drought and leads to quicker recovery from stress and improved turf quality all season.
          Daconil Action + Heritage Action Multipak
          Daconil Action + Heritage Action Multipak
          1 - 2.5 gal Daconil Action fungicide
          2 - 1 lb Heritage Action fungicide


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