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3336® EG - Nufarm US


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Customize Your Disease Control Program.



3336® EG fungicide delivers unparalleled control in a revolutionary formulation. 3336 EG combines the power of thiophanate-methyl with the convenience of an extruded granular formulation for control of troublesome turf diseases including brown patch, dollar spot, and pink snow mold. A low-dust extruded granule with quick-dissolve properties, 3336 EG extends many benefits to the user including easy measuring and easy mixing. Most importantly, 3336 EG allows for spray program customization based on individual coverage and disease control needs. Take control with 3336 EG.


KEY PERFORMANCE BENEFITS
  • Broad-spectrum disease control for turf and ornamentals
  • Systemic mode of action
  • Full chemigation label
  • Tank mix compatible with most commonly used pesticides

APPLICATION RECOMMENDATIONS
3336® EG may be used on all fine turf applications such as commercial, residential and public (such as home lawns, parks, athletic fields, schools, and daycare centers), and golf courses (greens, tees, fairways and aprons) of cool- and warm-season grasses such as bentgrass, bluegrass, bermudagrass, fescue, ryegrass, St. Augustine grass, zoysiagrass, or their mixtures. 3336 EG is not phytotoxic to any of the above mentioned grasses when used in accordance with the label. It has both preventive and curative activity.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Apply material with properly calibrated hand held, mechanical or motorized spray equipment or by chemigation through appropriate sprinkler irrigation systems. Spray uniformly over the area to be treated. Apply specified amounts in sufficient water to obtain thorough coverage of treatment area. When treating golf greens, always treat aprons. Use the highest specified rate under conditions of severe disease pressure. For best results, apply after mowing or avoid mowing twelve hours after application.
For root pathogens, lightly water the treatment area to move the fungicide to active root zone with one to two tenths inch of water. Excessive irrigation may move application below active root zone and reduce application effectiveness. Green design
and drainage will influence irrigation practices. When tank mixing with contact action fungicides for foliar diseases, applications should be allowed to dry on leaf surfaces. Normal watering may proceed after sprays have dried.

RATES : Maximum Individual Application Rates
Residential or Public Areas..................................... 2.0 oz /1000 sq ft
Golf Course Tees, Greens, Aprons.......................... 6.0 oz /1000 sq ft
Golf Course Fairways (Except Florida).................... 4.0 oz /1000 sq ft
Golf Course Fairways (Florida Only)....................... 2.0 oz /1000 sq ft


RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT
To avoid the development of tolerant strains of fungi, 3336 EG should be used with fungicides of different modes of action. Do not use products containing thiabendazole in combination or rotation with 3336 EG. These utilize similar chemistry and mode of action and can contribute to development of disease tolerance. If, after using 3336 EG as specified, the treatment is not effective, a tolerant strain of fungi may be present. Consult your local Nufarm representative, your State Agricultural Experiment Station, or your State Cooperative Extension Service for proper disease identification and advice on the prompt use of some other suitable fungicide or disease control strategy. As long as recommended precautions are followed, 3336 EG can remain useful for disease control.

PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
DO NOT graze animals on treated turf.
DO NOT feed clippings to livestock or poultry.
Not for use on turf being grown for sale or other commercial use as sod.


See label for complete application rates and recommendations.
EPA REG. NO.
1001-89

ACTIVE INGR.
thiophanate-methyl (50%)

FORMULATION
extruded granule

CHEM. FAMILY
thiophanate

GROUP NUMBER
1

REI
12 hours

SIGNAL WORD
caution

RESTRICTED
no

PACKAGE SIZE
4 x 5 lb


KEY USES
Annual and perennial flowers
Athletic fields
Bedding and foliage plants
Deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs
Golf courses (greens, tees, fairways, aprons)
Groundcovers
Lawns (commercial, residential, and public)
Parks


KEY DISEASES CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
Anthracnose
Ascochyta leaf blight
Bentgrass dead spot
Brown patch/large patch
Cool-season brown patch
Copper spot
Coprinus snow mold
Dollar spot
Fusarium patch
Gray leaf spot (blast)
Leaf spot
Necrotic ring spot
Pink snow mold
Red thread
Rusts
Spring dead spot
Stripe smut
Summer patch
Take-all patch
Zoysia patch