Honor Guard PPZ Fungicide
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Honor Guard PPZ Fungicide (Compare to Banner Maax)
Honor Guard PPZ Fungicide with Propiconazole 14.3% is a systemic fungicide that has a broad spectrum of target diseases. It kills and controls disease on turf and ornamentals on such problems as Powdery Mildew, Rust, Brown Patch, Pink Patch, Red Thread, Gray Leafspot, and Stripe Smut.
With use low rates, for most diseases, you use between 0.5 -2 oz of Honor Guard PPZ per 1,000 square feet.
Honor Guard PPZ Fungicide Uses
- Honor Guard PPA is to be used preventively to control diseases.
- To ensure thorough coverage, use plenty of water.
- Allow sprayed area to dry before irrigation when treating foliar diseases.
- Either allow sprayed area to dry completely before mowing or apply after mowing.
- Honor Guard PPZ controls soil-borne diseases; water in Honor Guard Fungicide after application.
- Use a higher rate of Honor Guard and shorter intervals, when there are optimum conditions for high disease pressure.
- Use Honor Guard PPZ with good turf management practices for optimum turf quality and disease control.
- Before using spray additives, evaluate the additive.
- Properly diagnose the disease before using any fungicide, including Honor Guard PPZ.
- Limit application to no more 16 oz per 1,000 ft per year and no more than 5.4 gals. of Honor Guard PPZ per acre per year.
- Since Bermudagrass is sensitive to propiconazole, do not apply more than 4 oz per 1,000 ft every 30 days or any Bermudagrass. When temperatures exceed 90°F, do not apply Honor Guard PPZ to Bermudagrass on golf course greens.
Turfgrass -Specific Disease, Rates and Application Timing
|1-2||44-88||14-28 days||Make no more than 3 consecutive applications, if using 1-2 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft without tank mixing
for dollar spot control, before switching and rotating to an alternate fungicide having a different mode of action.
|1-2||44-88||14-28 days||Use Honor Guard when there are conditions for disease development. Use higher rates and shorter interval times, with high disease pressure.
If disease is present, mix 2 fl. oz. of Honor Guard PPZ
per 1,000 sq ft with the label rate of contact fungicides with chlorothalonil for broad spectrum control.
|1-2||44-88||14-21 days||Before disease is present, begin to apply Honor Guard in May or June.
If there is high humidity or high temperatures, use higher rates and shorter intervals in application. For brown patch control, tank mix with a fungicide labeled for brown patch control.
|1-2||44-88||14-28 days||Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.
If disease is present,
use 2 fl. oz. of Honor Guard PPZ per 1,000 sq ft.
|2||88||14-21 days||Apply Honor Guard PPZ Fungicide when conditions are favorable for disease development.|
( Ustilago striiformis)
|1-2||44-88||Fall or Spring||
After the grass is dormant, apply Honor Guard in the fall after grass
|1-2||44-88||14 days||Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.
If using the 1 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. rate,
tank mix with a registered contact fungicide at the label rate.
|Melting out, Leaf Spot
|1-2||44-176||14 days||Under light to moderate pressure,
apply Honor Guard PPZ to reduce the severity of leaf spot
and melting out caused by
For broad spectrum disease control,
tank mix the 1 fl. oz. Honor Guard PPZ
rate with a registered contact fungicide at the label rate.
Tank mix the 1-2 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq. ft.
Honor Guard PPZ rate with a registered contact fungicide at the label rate.
|Spring and Fall||Apply Honor Guard PPZ beginning in April.
Use the 4 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. rate on a 28-day schedule
and the 2 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq ft. rate on a 14-day schedule.
|2-4||88-176||Spring and Fall||Apply Honor Guard PPZ to reduce the severity of take-all patch.
When night temperatures drop to 55°F,
apply Honor Guard in September and October (making 1-2 fall applications) , and 1 to 2 spring applications
in April and May, depending on local recommendations.
|Spring Dead Spot
Leptosphaeria narmari, Ophiosphaerella herpotricha,
|4||176||30 days||Apply Honor Guard Fungicide 1-3 times. If applying in one application,
choose to spray in September or October. Begin spraying in August for multiple applications.
|Necrotic Ring Spot
|4||176||Fall or Spring||Apply Honor Guard Fungicide in fall or early spring (depends on local recommendations).|
(Typhula spp .)
|2-4||88-176||Late Fall||Before any snow, apply one application in late fall (not on top of snow cover). For the best disease control, tank mix Honor Guard at 2-3 oz fl oz rates with a chlorothalonil fungicide at labeled rates.|
|2-4||88-176||Fall - Early Spring||When conditions are favorable for development of diseases, apply Honor Guard PPZ..|
|3-4||130-176||Late Fall||Before a snow cover, make one application of Honor Guard in the late fall.
Do not apply on top of the snow.
Tank mix with a contact fungicide at labeled rate, if using 3 fl oz per 1,000 sq. ft.
large patch of zoysia
|3-4||130-176||Early Fall||Before disease symptoms, apply Honor Guard in early fall (mid-September to mid-October). Refer to your local turfgrass extension office for optimum application timing.|
|Dichondra-Specific Disease, Rates and Application Timing|
|Dichondra Rust(Puccinia dichondrae)||2||88||14-21 days||When conditions are favorable for development of diseases, apply Honor Guard PPZ..|
Establishment of Cool Season Turfgrass and Disease Control in Nurseries and Landscape Plantings
See product label for directions of establishment of cool season turfgrass and disease control in nurseries and landscape plantings.
|Target Pest||Dollar Spot, Anthracnose, Brown Patch, Powdery Mildew, Rust, Red Thread, Pink Patch, Stripe Smut, Gray Leafspot, Melting out, Leaf Spot, Summer Patch, Poa Patch, Take-All Patch, Spring Dead Spot, Necrotic Ring Spot, Gray Snowmold, Fusarium Patch, Yellow Patch, Zoysia Patch, Dichondra Rust, Conifer Blights, Flower Blight, Leaf Blights/Spots|
|Active Ingredient (s)||Propiconazole - 14.3%|
|For Use :||Landscape, turf, ornamentals|
|Yield||1 pt. treats up to 32,000 sq ft|
|Mixture|Application||With low use rates, for most diseases, you use between 0.5 -2 oz per 1,000 square feet|