Musketeer Dollar Spot Suppression

Musketeer Dollar Spot Suppression

    Two of the active ingredients in Musketeer are structurally similar to pyrimidine and triazole fungicides that provide Dollar Spot control. Programmed applications of Musketeer for turf growth suppression or Poa annua conversion have also been shown to suppress Dollar Spot incidence in creeping bentgrass fairways, greens and tees. Research results have shown Musketeer program applications at labeled rates and application intervals can significantly reduce Dollar Spot incidence and populations when compared to untreated control plots. Musketeer is not intended to replace labeled fungicides, rather programmed use may result in longer or improved control of Dollar Spot in conjunction with conventional fungicides. Thus leading to the potential for an overall reduction in annual fungicide use. 

Dollar Spot occurrence in a creeping bentgrass fairway following applications of Musketeer. Curative Dollar Spot fungicide applications were discontinued after the July rating. Rossi, 2011

Dollar Spot occurrence in a creeping bentgrass fairway following applications of Musketeer. Curative Dollar Spot fungicide applications were discontinued after the July rating. Rossi, 2011

Dollar Spot occurrence in a creeping bentgrass fairway following applications of Musketeer. Curative Dollar Spot fungicide applications were discontinued after the July rating. Rossi, 2011

Dollar Spot occurrence in a creeping bentgrass fairway following applications of Musketeer. Curative Dollar Spot fungicide applications were discontinued after the July rating. Rossi, 2011



 
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