Dollar Spot

Dollar Spot

Sunken circular tan coloured spots, may coalesce into larger areas. Humid, cool conditions may see the development of white mycelial growth on infected tissue.

  1. General Information

    Conditions Favouring Disease

    Temperature ranges of 15-30 degrees and high humidity, cool nights and heavy dews. When micro-climate temperature reaches 16 degrees the fungus resumes growth, low nitrogen soils.

    Management Tips

    Use a preventative fungicide program, provide adequate levels of nitrogen in spring and summer, reduce thatch, increase air circulation, irrigate deeply, remove dew early in the day.

  2. Treating Solutions
    Reserve Stressgard 13 to 24 L/Ha

    Reserve Stressgard uses an innovative and premium Chlorothalonil formulation, effective control of a broad spectrum of key diseases. Low risk of resistance development due to multi-site mode of action.

    Interface Stressgard 12.5 L/Ha

    Controls disease for up to 28 days when applied preventatively. Unsurpassed, long lasting control of 6 key diseases, outstanding turf safety and no DMI growth regulatory effects.

    Medallion 3 L/Ha

    Medallion attacks germinating spores and developing fungal mycelium to rapidly clean and protect external surfaces.

    Banner Maxx 5 to 10 L/Ha

    Banner Maxx is an excellent choice to use early curatively, after first disease symptoms become evident.

    Posterity 0.5 to 1 L/Ha

    Posterity is the latest SDHI fungicide in the turf market, it provides exceptional control of Dollar Spot, is long lasting and has excellent rainfastness.

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