What are the active ingredients in Exteris Stressgard?
Exteris Stressgard contains fluopyram, an SDHI fungicide (FRAC code 7), plus trifloxystrobin, a QoI fungicide (FRAC code 11).
How is Exteris Stressgard different from other SDHI-containing products?
Exteris Stressgard is the only SDHI that belongs to a unique chemical group (pyridinyl-ethyl benamides) within the SDHI fungicides. The turf-specific formulation provides improved leaf coverage, fast knockdown of diseases, and enhanced turf quality.
What is unique about the new Exteris Stressgard formulation?
Exteris Stressgard contains two proprietary formulation technologies in Stressgard and Leaf-Cote™.
What plant health effects does Stressgard Formulation Technology provide?
Products containing Stressgard Formulation Technology have been shown to improve net photosynthesis resulting in improved turf quality, increased stress tolerance, increased density, and increased rooting.
What is Leaf-Cote Technology and what does it provide?
Leaf-Cote is a proprietary technology that is engineered to provide improved spray coverage on the leaf. Leaf-Cote benefits include improved spray droplet coverage and adhesion, fast dry time on leaf surface, improved rainfastness, effective over wide range of spray volumes, and fast curative control.
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