Chlorothalonil 720F is the foundation to your disease control program. Economical, cost-effective, broad-spectrum disease control for grasses, and labeled trees, shrubs and flowers.
- Excellent tank mix partner with most other fungicides.
- Contact Mode of Action for Quick results.
- Multi-site activity means no disease resistance with repeated use.
- Labeled for use on grasses.
- Labeled for use on ornamentals and trees.
Group M (Multi-site, contact, preventative)
2 X 7 L
Same Active Ingredient As:
Store in cool dry area away
from feed and foodstuffs.
Keep from freezing. Shake before using.
Mode of Action
Contact fungicide active on my sites within the fungi.
All golf course related cool-season grasses, including bentgrasses, bluegrasses, fescue grasses, ryegrasses and their mixtures.
See label for specific uses and rates
How it Works
Chlorothalonil 720F is a contact fungicide which attacks fungi pathogens at multiple sites, interfering with many metabolic functions within the fungi.
Being a FRAC Group M5 fungicide the potential for resistance development is extremely low. This allows turf managers to use Quali-Pro Chlorothalonil as a rotational tool to control turf diseases and reduce potential of resistance development.
Pink and gray snow mould are among the most invasive turf diseases in Canada, affecting cool-season grasses and developing when cold temperatures are accompanied with excess moisture.
Dollar spot affects all turfgrasses and can occur anytime between spring and late fall. On close-cut golf turf, dollar spot appears as bleached white or straw-coloured softball-sized patches.
Anthracnose is a fungal disease that attacks the basal or foliar system of turf and other course greenery, causing foliar blight and/or basal stem rot. Disease appearance varies depending on the area of infection as well as the type of turfgrass.
Leaf spot is caused by the fungi Drechslera Spp and Bipolaris Spp, which affect turfgrasses during the spring and fall months when the ground is cool and wet.
Brown patch is one of the most common turf diseases affecting cool-season grasses, appearing as burnt-looking patches with a distinct ring around their edges along your fairways and on your greens.
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