PROVEN CONTROL OF THE TOUGHEST DISEASES.
|As a proven systemic fungicide, Alude™ provides effective control of various plant diseases including black spot, scab and downy mildew. Alude is a proven performer against Phytophthora and Pythium associated with stem and canker blight. Plus, Alude offers multiple application method options and is tank-mix compatible with many pesticides. |
|MULTIPLE POINTS OF DEFENSE|
- Multi-site mode of action
- True systemic mobility in the plant, moving both up and down in the plant's conductive tissue
- Enhances plant's natural defense mechanisms
- Decreases plant stress
|MIXING AND APPLICATION OPTIONS|
- Tank-mix compatible with most pesticides
- Full chemigation label
Use Alude™ for the effective control of Pythium and damping-off diseases of turf grasses on golf courses, parks, commercial landscapes, commercial turf production and sod farms. When conditions favor disease, begin preventive applications and repeat at indicated intervals per label. Use higher rate of application when disease pressure is severe.
LANDSCAPE, GOLF COURSE, NURSERY, FORESTRY AND PARK APPLICATIONS*
Use Alude for effective control of Phytophthora and Pythium diseases associated with stem and canker blight (sudden oak death, Phytophthora ramorum), beech, cedar, chesnut, crabapple, dogwood, elm, fir, hawthorn, juniper, linden, monterery pine, oaks (coastal, live shreve, black, canyon), ornamental pear, pyracantha, sweet birch, sweet gum, white pine, white cedar and willow.
Make applications before disease development and in conjunction with good cultural management practices. Use higher rate of application when disease pressure is severe. Do not exceed application rates or apply more frequently than state on label or plant injury may occur. Do not apply to plants that are heat or moisture stressed. Do not apply to plants that are in a state of dormancy. Do not exceed spray intervals or label rates in order to avoid plant injury.
GRASS GROWN FOR SEED PRODUCTION*
Use Alude for effective control of damping-off and root rot disease in turfgrasses such as, but not limited to, bermuda, fescue, bent, blue, rye, zoysia, buffalo and poa annua.
*Not for use in California
|See label for complete application rates and recommendations.|