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Proven Efficacy and Application Flexibility

Heritage® is a fungicide with a novel mode of action. Field tests have shown that Heritage consistently provides exceptional disease control for extended intervals and improves overall turf quality.

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Heritage Fungicide

Heritage® is a systemic fungicide with preventive and curative properties for control of some of the toughest turf diseases. This unique strobilurin is absorbed into leaves and sheaths when applied and also moves from the soil into the roots. From there, it translocates up throughout the entire blade, providing control of turf diseases for up to 28 days.

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HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 11 Fungicide



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          Features & Benefits

          • Controls a broad spectrum of more than 20 turfgrass diseases, including brown patch, Pythium and snow mold
          • Available in granular, ready-to-spread, liquid or dry sprayable formulations
          • Absorbed through the leaf blade or stem and is taken up by the root system
          • Translocates upward (acropetally) and is uniformly distributed
          • Extruded active ingredient, from the plant, is washed down and recycled back into the plant by root uptake
          • Allows for extended application intervals up to 28 days, depending on disease pressure, allowing for fewer applications
          • Controls certain turfgrass diseases associated with turfgrass establishment from seed, and may also be used during over-seeding of dormant turfgrass
          • Contains multiple formulation options that allow for application flexibility and mixing/handling preferences 


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