Subdue MAXX Fungicide works systemically on ornamentals; nursery grown non-bearing citrus; turf; nursery and plantation grown conifers; Christmas trees; and nursery grown non-bearing deciduous nut and fruit trees. Subdue MAXX Fungicide is formulated as a microemulsion concentrate that controls Pythium blight. Subdue MAXX Fungicide is odorless and is stable and compatible when tank mixed.
|Active Ingredient:||Mefenoxam - 22%|
|Target pests:||Damping off, root and stem diseases caused by Pythium and Phytophthora spp., and foliar diseases such as downy mildew and foliar diseases caused by Phytophthora spp. including Phytophthora ramorum. See label for complete list.|
|For use in:||Conifers, nonbearing citrus, nonbearing deciduous fruits and nuts, ornamentals, and turf. See label for complete list.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
- Microemulsion concentrate for easy mixing and less equipment wear
- Zero hour re-entry
- Approved for a broad variety of uses
- Proven control of Pythium and Phytophthera
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July 21, 2014Pam from East Bridgewater, Ma asked:
QAre there any products that will treat established pythium blight on my lawn?
Would aeration be effective at this point or would it just spread the fungus? Definitely pythium as I've seen the cottony, weblike growth in the early morning.
A Here are a few tips for getting rid of Pythium Blight:
Here are a few tips for getting rid of Pythium Blight:
January 22, 2014Rick from Louisiana asked:
QJust received Subdue Maxx from you. What is max dose for greenhouse Phalaenopsis?
Noticed a mixture range of 1/2 to 2oz per 100 gallons for Subdue MAXX. I grow Phalaenopsis and Paphiopedilums in my greenhouse and wanted to know what the maximum dose is? Thank You.