Heritage Maxx Fungicide | Anthracnose Control | Microdochium Control | Take All Patch Control | Turf Disease Control | Fusarium Control
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Heritage Maxx - Turf Disease Control 3-ltr


MAPP No. 18246

LERAP: Category n/a

Contains: 95 g/ltr Azoxystrobin

The timeline for the withdrawal of Heritage Maxx is as follows:
* 24th June 2023 for sale and distribution
* 24th March 2024 for the disposal, storage and use of existing stock

Anthracnose Control

The unique root uptake of Heritage Maxx ensures maximum uptake and use by the plant. Any Heritage Maxx spray which lands on the thatch within the turf sward and is washed down into the root zone can be readily taken up by the roots and systemically translocated up through the plant. This provides enhanced long-term disease control on new leaf growth.

With Heritage Maxx, more of the active ingredient is captured and fully utilised by the plant, with less risk of environmental loss into the soil.

Ensures microdochium control

Product Advantages:

  • Five-way turf disease protection
  • Seven foliar and soil diseases on the label
  • Faster and more complete uptake by the leaf and root
  • Exceptional turf plant safety
  • Easy to use Maxx formulation
  • Active ingredient recycling gives long-lasting results
  • No LERAP restrictions.

Anthracnose Symptoms

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Recommended Treatment Programme 1:

To maintain the long-term efficacy of Heritage Maxx turf managers should adopt a robust management programme.

To fully utilise the fast uptake and movement of Heritage Maxx for foliar disease apply during periods of active turf growth, typically from early May through to the end of October.

Trials have shown for the best results on soil-borne diseases make two applications of Heritage Maxx on areas susceptible to disease attacks in late spring, followed by two applications in early autumn. Aerate prior to application and tank mix with a good quality wetting agent.

The root uptake and systemic movement of Heritage Maxx means that applications for soil diseases will also provide simultaneous protection from foliar disease attacks.

During periods of slow turf growth - in winter or prolonged dry weather - use a contact fungicide, or combined contact and systemic, such as Instrata Elite.

Heritage Maxx is a strobilurin from the QOI group of fungicides. Aim to alternate Heritage Maxx applications using a fungicide with a different mode of action, such as Instrata Elite. Do not apply more than two sequential Heritage Maxx applications.

To see what ICL products can be tank mixed, view this 'Tank Mix Table' in Technical Support.

Pack Size: 3 ltr
Type: Liquid
Pack Coverage: 12,000 sq.m

Safe Use of Pesticides

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The purchaser and/or end users are responsible for ensuring that these products are used in line with industry Approved Codes of Practice. All operators must be trained and certificated in using and applying any Ministry Approved professional product.

Please be aware that by proceeding you are purchasing a professional pesticide product. You must ensure the end user of these products complies with the DEFRA/HSE Code for the Safe use of Pesticides:

Once you have placed an order on our web-site for a professional pesticide we will contact you by return (usually via e-mail) for confirmation that you comply with the safe use of pesticide legislation.

Please note the product will not be despatched until we have confirmation that you comply with the safe use of pesticide legislation

Use plant protection safely. Always read the label and product information before use

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