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Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns - Granules keeps unwanted turf diseases off your lawn. Fungus Control for Lawns will safeguard your lawn for one month against Summer Patch, Rusts, Anthracnose, Dollar Spot, and Brown Patch. The formulation will not be washed away by rain in fact watering after an application is exactly what you should do. When Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns - Granules is watered in the formulation enters the plant itself and is taken down through the roots and up into the blades keeping your lawn free of disease for one month.
Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns - Granules is simple to use and will eliminate fungus that is already present and will continue to protect the turf after it has been soaked up by the plant.
|Active Ingredient:||Propiconazole - 0.51 %|
|Target pests:||Dollar Spot, Anthracnose, Brown Patch, Powdery Mildew, Rusts, Red Thread, Gray Leaf Spot, Melting Out Leaf Spot, Stripe smut, Summer Patch, Take All Patch, Fusarium Patch, Pink or Gray Snowmold|
|For use in:||Lawns|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Coverage Area:||Up to 5,000 sq. ft.|
|Shipping Weight:||10.05 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Bayer Advanced (Mfg. Number: 701230A)|
Can I use Bayer Advanced Fungus Control For Lawns Granules around ornamental plantings?
Per the product label, Bayer Advanced Fungus Control For Lawns Granules should only be applied to lawns. The diseases listed on the label are common lawn infections. Although we would not expect any adverse effects to ornamental plantings, we cannot guarantee effective control of the target disease. Therefore, we must advise you strictly adhere to instructions found on the product label.
My spreader is not listed on the Bayer Advanced Fungus Control For Lawns Granules label.
Unfortunately, we cannot capture settings for every current or past spreader ever made. The most important thing is to apply the proper amount of product over your measured target area. If your spreader is not on our label, we recommend that you measure the recommended amount of product into your spreader, select a low setting, and apply evenly over the measured area until the spreader is empty. You may need to go over the area more than once; however, using a low setting will ensure that you will not run out of product before you have covered the area.
Should I water the lawn after I apply Bayer Advanced Fungus Control For Lawns Granules?
Watering after application carries Bayer Advanced Fungus Control For Lawns Granules into the root zone. It enters the grass through its roots and blades. Rain or water cannot wash off this internal protection!
What lawn diseases will Bayer Advanced Fungus Control For Lawns Granules control?
When used according to label instruction, Bayer Advanced Fungus Control For Lawns will effectively control a number of lawns diseases. Please refer to the product label for more information.
What lawn diseases will Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns Ready-To-Spray cure or prevent?
This product will control lawn diseases including Anthracnose, Bermudagrass decline, Brown Patch, Dollar Spot, Fusarium Blight, Gray Leafspot, Powdery Mildew, Red Thread, Rhizoctonia Blight, Rust, Smut and Summer Patch.
How much Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns Ready-To-Spray should be applied for best results?
First determine the area to be treated.
Apply entire 32 fl. oz. bottle to 5,000 sq. ft. It should take about five to six minutes to empty the container over the treaent area.
For Bermudagrass decline, Fusarium Blight and Summer Patch, apply entire 32 fl. oz. bottle to 2,500 sq. ft.
This product is highly effective when used to prevent disease or when applied at first sign of disease. To prevent damage, start treating when conditions are favorable for disease development in your area, and treat every 30 days.
To control existing disease, reapply every 14 days until lawn shows signs of recovery. Do not apply more than 16 times per year at a rate of 32 fl. oz. per 5,000 sq. ft. or eight times per year at a rate of 32 fl. oz. per 2,500 sq. ft.
How does Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns Ready-To-Spray work?
This product provides three-way action: It kills existing fungi, forms a protective barrier on the outside of the plant and is absorbed into the plant to keep on protecting regardless of weather conditions.
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07/30/2013 Cindy from Fort Collins, Co
QCan Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for lawns get rid of Necrotic Ring Spot in my lawn?
AThe Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns is not labeled for Necrotic Ring Spot. When treating Necrotic Ring Spot grass fungus you should first dethatch the lawn vigorously. The thatch is how the fungus spreads. Then you can use a product like the Eagle 20EW which is labeled for this fungus, but it will not help without dethatching regularly.
04/14/2013 Leroy from Selma Ca.
QWhen do I apply Bayer Advanced Fungus Control Granules and how often?
AThe application is fully dependent on what you are using the product for. Please take a few moments to read over the product label to learn when and how often you will need to apply the product for your specific needs.
08/31/2014 Melinda from Orange, Ca
QI'm planting plugs of St Augustine throughout my established lawn. How long after plugging can I apply Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns - Granules?
ABayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns can be applied to the lawn after the plugged areas have been mowed three times.
07/03/2013 Delmo from Michigan
QWhen do i replant grass after using Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns ?
AYou want to wait at least 30 days after Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns application to replant.
04/17/2016 Denise from Soso, Ms
QCan Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns be used on centipede grass?
A Yes, Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns can be used on centipede grass. This product is safe for use on all lawn types.
Yes, Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns can be used on centipede grass. This product is safe for use on all lawn types.