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Subdue Maxx
Provides superior control of Pythium and other diseases

Subdue Maxx® fungicide provides contact and systemic protection against Pythium blight, Pythium damping-off and yellow tuft (downy mildew).

Product Details

Subdue Maxx Fungicide

Subdue Maxx fungicide offers superior control of Pythium blight. It is a microemulsion concentrate formulation providing excellent tank mix compatibility and stability which contains no odor and mixes into a clear solution.

Active Ingredients:

Mefenoxam

HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 4 Fungicide

EPA#:

100-796

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          Features & Benefits

          • Has broad spectrum disease control, including Pythium blight and Pythium damping-off, Phytophthera, yellow tuft (downy mildew) in bluegrass and downy mildew in St. Augustine
          •  Contains systemic activity providing even distribution throughout the plant
          • Enables easy mixing and less equipment wear due to its microemulsion concentrate formulation
          • Minimizes development of insensitive strains of fungi
          • Helps reduce disruption on the course and to home owners with odorless technology

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