For Broad Spectrum Systemic Control of Various Diseases in Turf
Impala Fungicide attacks and controls turf diseases at multiple stages of their development, thanks to the dual active, dual mode of action capabilities of Impala. Regardless of the disease stage (early, developing or full-blown infestations), Impala stops turf diseases in their tracks, period.
Impala both cures and protects with its dual systemic activity (both active constituents), killing diseases & giving systemic plant protection for broad spectrum control of major turf diseases such as:
- Brown Patch [leaf, crown & root]
- Dollar Spot
- Grey Leaf Spot
- Helminthosporium Disease
- Pythium Leaf Blight, Pythium Root Rot, Seedling Damping Off
- Take-All Patch
- Spring Dead Spot
- Couchgrass Decline
Features and Benefits
- New active constituent triticonazole, which brings higher efficacy from the DMI-triazole family.
- Broad Spectrum Systemic Control of 11 major turf diseases.
- Allows for excellent flexibility for diseases attacking leaves, crowns and roots.
- Is highly rainfast and quickly absorbed by leaves, crown and roots of treated turf.
- Fungal activity ceases quickly when applied as a curative application.
- Consistent protection of new growth for up to 28 days after application.
- Leaf and Crown diseases – when applied both active constituents will deposit on leaves and accumulate in crowns, thus ensuring optimal positioning for systemic redistribution, even to new growth.
- Root diseases – when applied both active constituents will give crown accumulation and root zone uptake. This will also ensure systemic redistribution through the entire plant.
- Azoxystrobin is the only strobilurin (Qols) in the turf market that can protect new growth through systemic movement (xylem systemic) for up to 28 days after the initial application. Excellent longevity on the leaf surface for prevention of spore germination and infection.
- Triticonazole gives significant root uptake when washed in after application. It will protect new growth through systemic movement (xylem systemic) when absorbed in crowns and through roots and can be redistributed through dispersion to all tissues.
- Low poison schedule (Schedule 5 – CAUTION).
- Dual APVMA approval – Commercial and Home Garden.
- The only dual systemic turf fungicide that contains the highly regarded active constituent triticonazole.