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26/36®

fungicide

The proprietary formulation of iprodione and thiophanate-methyl offers two modes of action and two plant movement strategies to increase length of disease control. As a tank-mix partner, it is compatible with most commonly used fungicides.

 

EASY-TO-USE FORMULA

  • Easy-to-use, premixed formulation
  • Convenient
  • Broad-spectrum disease control for turf
  • Tank-mix compatible with most commonly used pesticides

 

APPLICATION RECOMMENDATIONS

26/36® fungicide is a foliar applied fungicide, recommended for turfgrass disease control on golf courses, sod farms, and institutional areas where fine turf is grown. It provides effective, broad spectrum turf disease control and also serves as a useful tank mixture in the resistance management program required for other resistant sensitive fungicides.

When used in conjunction with good turf management practices, 26/36 Fungicide is effective in controlling the following diseases: dollar spot, brown patch, anthracnose, leaf spots such as Helminthosporium leaf spot caused by Drechslera spp. pathogens, corticium red thread, Fusarium patch, zoysia patch, ascochyta leaf blight and copper spot.

Do not drench. Do not allow the spray mixture to stand for longer than 12 hours as some breakdown of the product may occur. Maintain agitation during spray operations. Apply with a properly calibrated sprayer.

PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
Do not exceed a total of 14.5 fl oz product per 1000 sq ft per year.

Under severe conditions, the higher rate and/ or shorter interval of applications are recommended for all diseases. When disease pressure is low to moderate, the lower rates and longer intervals are recommended.

Do not mow or irrigate treated areas until the foliage is completely dry, usually a 24-hour waiting period following treatment is preferred.

Do not mix with any sticker, extender, or wetting agent.

Do not graze animals on treated turf.

Do not feed clippings from treated turf to livestock or poultry.

See label for complete application rates and recommendations.

 

EPA REG. NO.: 228-630
ACTIVE INGR.: iprodione (19.65%), thiophanate-methyl (19.65%)
FORMULATION: flowable
CHEM. FAMILY: dicarboxamide, benzimidiazole
FRAC NUMBER: 1 and 2
SIGNAL WORD: caution
RESTRICTED: no
PACKAGE SIZE: 2 x 2.5 gal

 

KEY USES
Golf courses
Institutional areas
Ornamentals
Sod farms
Turfgrass

KEY DISEASES CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
Anthracnose
Ascochyta leaf blight
Brown patch
Copper spot
Corticium
Dollar spot
Fusarium patch
Gray snow mold
Leaf spot
Pink snow mold
Red thread
Zoysia patch

PROVEN PERFORMANCE
Iprodione and thiophanate-methyl are both proven chemistries for ornamental disease management. Combined, they are even better. University trials have demonstrated that 26/36 fungicide delivers results – even when TM resistance is present. Trials at both North Carolina State University and Penn State University showed that 26/36 controlled TM resistant Botrytis from 14-28 days depending on rate (see charts 1 and 2).

Chart 1: Botrytis Control – Geranium
North Carolina State University – M. Benson – 2005
Test performed with TM Resistant Botrytis

Chart 2: Botrytis Control – Geranium
Pennsylvania State University – G. Moorman – 2005
Test performed with TM Resistant Botrytis

RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT
Foliar Application: DO NOT apply more than 84 fl oz per acre per application. DO NOT make more than 4 applications per crop per year. Under severe pressure, use the highest recommended rate, when disease pressure is light to moderate, the lower rate is recommended.

Soil Drench Application: DO NOT exceed a total of 37 fl oz per 1000 sq ft per year. DO NOT make more than 6 applications per year. Under severe pressure, use the highest recommended rate, when disease pressure is light to moderate, the lower rate is recommended.

DO NOT use 26/36 fungicide as a drench on impatiens and pothos.

DO NOT use 26/36 fungicide on spathiphyllum.
A resin based surfactant should be added to foliar sprays for use on iris, lilies, and tulips.

See label for complete application rates and recommendations.