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Posterity
Most Active SDHI for Extended Disease Control

Providing power that lasts, Posterity® fungicide holds stronger for up to 28 days of dollar spot control and delivers consistent spring dead spot control.

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Posterity Fungicide

Posterity fungicide is the most active SDHI fungicide for the turf market. Providing power that lasts, Posterity holds stronger for up to 28 days of dollar spot control and delivers consistent spring dead spot control. Posterity is labeled for all golf course turf and fits in agronomic solutions to protect cool- and warm-season turf.

Active Ingredients:

Pydiflumetofen

HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 7 Fungicide

EPA#:

100-1600

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          Features & Benefits

          Increased Disease Control
          • Provides up to 28 days of dollar spot control
          • Holds stronger than the industry standard under high dollar spot pressure
          • Delivers robust and consistent spring dead spot control
          • Solid rotation partner for fairy ring control
          Most Active SDHI
          • Next-generation SDHI engineered for power and endurance
          • Holds strong even under high pressure
          • Binds strongly to complex II enzymes in target pathogens for increased fungicide performance
          • Designed to remain in the plant longer for consistent control
          • Has an increased affinity for the waxy layer of the turfgrass plant, providing rainfastness for enhanced performance

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