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Subdue Maxx Fungicide

Subdue Maxx Fungicide

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Subdue Maxx fungicide is in a microemulsion concentrate that controls pythium blight in cool season grasses like bluegrass. It contains Mefenoxam, a time-tested material proven to be extremely effective against Pythium blight.


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Subdue MAXX Fungicide

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Subdue Maxx Fungicide

Subdue Maxx fungicide is in a microemulsion concentrate that controls pythium blight in cool season grasses like bluegrass. It contains Mefenoxam that has been a time-tested material that have proven to be very effective against Pythium blight.

Pythium Blight is common when there is hot and humid weather, especially when night temperatures are above 68°F. Subdue Maxx is a microemulsion formulation that acts as a systemic traveling throughout the entire plant. It has excellent tank mix compatibility with easy mixing and is odorless.

For more information on Pythium blight, see Pythium Blight-Purdue University

Subdue Maxx is labeled for application as a foliar spray, soil surface spray or soil basal drench. It may be used in various applications such as commercial and residential landscapes, greenhouse and field-growth nursery plants, containers, non-bearing fruit and nut trees, botanical gardens and other non-residential landscapes.

How Subdue Maxx Works

The active ingredient, Mefenoxam 22%, inhibits ribosomal RNA synthesis and inhibits the pathogen at various stages in its life cycle; mycelia growth and spore formation stages.

Application

For use on established turf apply at 0.50 to 1.0 ft. oz. in 1 to 5 gals. of water per 1,000 sq. ft. Retreat at 10 to 21-day intervals. For uses other than on turf consult the product label for full instructions.

Key Features

  • Microemulsion concentrate for easy mixing and less equipment wear
  • Zero hour re-entry
  • Approved for a broad variety of uses Proven control of Pythium and Phytophthera
  • Professional Product Group 4 Fungicide(phenylamide)
  • Excellent tank mix compatibility and stability
  • No odor, mixes into a clear solution
Additional Information

Additional Information

Pro Tips Not Available
Packaging N/A
Manufacturer Syngenta
Product Label Label
SDS MSDS
More PDF's No
Target Pest Damping off, root and stem diseases caused by Pythium and Phytophthora spp., and foliar diseases such as downy mildew and foliar diseases caused by Phytophthora spp. including Phytophthora ramorum (See label for complete list )
Active Ingredient (s) Mefenoxam - 22%
For Use : Conifers, Non-bearing Citrus, Non-bearing deciduous Fruits and Nuts, Ornamentals and Turf (See label for complete list )
Yield N/A
Mixture|Application For use on established turf apply at 0.50 to 1.0 ft. oz. in 1 to 5 gals. of water per 1,000 sq. ft
Application
Banded Applications:
Calculate the amount of Subdue MAXX needed as follows:
band width in inches

row width in inches
X broadcast rate
per acre
= amount needed
per acre
Retreatment No
Shipping Restrictions N/A
More Instructions

Resistance Management Recommendations:

  • Subdue MAXX is a systemic fungicide having a specific mode of action. Use of Subdue MAXX could result in development of insensitive strains of fungi. Development of insensitivity cannot be predicted. Consult with your State Agricultural Experiment Station or Extension Service Specialist for guidance and ways to control any possible Subdue MAXX insensitive strains of fungi which may occur.
  • The active ingredient in Subdue MAXX is mefenoxam, a Group 4 fungicide (phenylamide). Some disease pathogens are known to have developed resistance to fungicides used repeatedly for their control. To prevent the development of insensitive strains of fungi to mefenoxam, apply Subdue MAXX in an alternation or tank– mix program with fungicides that are not in Group 4 and to which pathogen resistance has not developed.
  • Applications targeted for downy mildew diseases should always be in a tank mixture with a non-Group 4 fungicide. For foliar applications to ornamentals and conifers, do not make more than one (1) application before alter- nating with a non-Group 4 fungicide for sequential foliar applications. For all other applications, do not make more than two (2) sequential applications of Subdue MAXX before alternating with a non-Group 4 fungicide. An example of a sound resistance management program would include two (2) Subdue MAXX applications (one could be a foliar application) followed by two (2) non-Group 4 fungicide applications.
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