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Renown
Provides Built-in Resistant Management for Numerous Turf Diseases

Renown® controls many key diseases, including anthracnose, brown patch, cool-weather brown patch, yellow patch, dollar spot, powdery mildew and red thread.

Product Details

Renown Fungicide

Renown® is a broad-spectrum fungicide with contact and systemic, preventive and curative properties to add to your arsenal against many turf diseases. Once applied, one of the active ingredients, azoxystrobin, cycles systemically through the entire plant, from root to leaf tip. Even after heavy rains or watering, the stick-and-stay technology of the other active ingredient, chlorothalonil, is held to the plant.

Active Ingredients:

Azoxystrobin, Chlorothalonil

HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 11, M5 Fungicide

EPA#:

100-1315

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          Features & Benefits

          • Controls many key diseases, including anthracnose, brown patch, cool-weather brown patch, yellow patch, dollar spot, powdery mildew and red thread
          • Contains built-in resistance management qualities
          • Features proprietary stick-and-stay technology
          • Low use rates aid in managing annual usage ceilings for chlorothalonil
          • Dual modes of action ensure a built in resistant management strategy
          • Small particle size allows for better distribution on the surface of the plant

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