Subdue MAXX Approved For 2 Diseases
Syngenta's Subdue MAXX fungicide has been given updated label approval by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for foliar application to help prevent and control downy mildew and phytophthora.
February 17, 2010
Subdue MAXX can now be applied by ornamental growers and licensed lawn care operators as either a soil drench or foliar spray to container, greenhouse and field-grown nursery plants; non-bearing fruit and nut trees; commercial and residential landscapes; botanical gardens; and other non-residential landscapes.
Preventing loss from damaging pathogens with a responsible disease management plan is critical to managing costs, especially during these challenging economic times. Subdue MAXX can be rotated in as part of a well-planned disease management program. It is now also labeled for the prevention and control of Phytophthora ramorum, also known as Sudden Oak Death.
Features of Subdue MAXX include:
- Fast uptake and broad-spectrum control.
- Long-lasting, cost-effective control of damping-off and root and stem rot diseases.
- Excellent control of Phytophthora spp.
- Leading-edge Subdue MAXX formulation technology mixes clear in water and won't settle out in a tank or clog filters.
- Can be tank-mixed with compatible fungicides with alternate modes of action including Medallion and Heritage.
- New foliar rates are listed on the label
As with all products, it is important to read and follow label instructions when using Subdue MAXX. Learn more abut Syngenta at its website, Syngenta.com.