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Subdue MAXX Fungicide

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With Subdue Maxx, stem and foliage diseases don't stand a chance. It protects everything from conifers to turfgrass and keeps lawns and ornamentals healthy throughout their development. Subdue Maxx has a specialized formula that targets diseases such as Pythium and stops them from damaging plants in outdoor areas and interior plantscapes. It provides systemic activity and continues to fight fungal diseases that threaten your trees and turf. If Pythium and other fungal species have taken hold of your plants, eradicate them all with Subdue Maxx fungicide.
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Features and Specifications

Active Ingredient(s) Mefenoxam 22.5%
Weed Killer Pythium, aglaonema, aphelandra, dieffenbachi, peperomia, philodendron, pothos, schefflera, sedum, sempervivum, zygocactus, root rot, pythium blight, yellow tuft, downy milddew
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How Subdue Maxx Fungicide Works 

Subdue Maxx Fungicide contains 22 percent mefenoxam in a microemulsion concentrate. It targets certain fungal species and inhibits the soil-dwelling pathogens at every life stage, including mycelia growth and spore formation. Subdue Maxx is safe to use on various woody ornamentals such as boxwood and white pine and protects many different flower species from African violets to roses.

 

Where to Use Subdue Maxx Fungicide

You can use Subdue Maxx Fungicide both indoors and outdoors to protect bedding plants, woody ornamentals and more. It helps to prevent foliar and stem diseases on foliage plants such as sedum and peperomia and keeps turf safe and healthy from Phytophthora spp. and P. ramorum. Use Subdue Maxx to protect ornamentals and other plants in areas such as:

  • Greenhouses
  • Lathhouses
  • Shade houses
  • Outdoor field and container nurseries
  • Conifer plantations
  • Residential and commercial landscapes

You can apply Subdue Maxx with traditional spray equipment and irrigation systems. It also attacks root diseases more efficiently when it's used as a soil drench.

 

Subdue Maxx Fungicide Target Pests

Subdue Maxx targets various root and stem rot diseases that are caused by Pythium. It also controls foliar diseases such as downy mildew and other P. spp. infections.

 

Subdue Maxx Features and Benefits 

  • Fights a variety of foliar, stem and root rot diseases
  • Targets Pythium and Phytophthora fungal species
  • For use in greenhouses, landscapes and interiorscapes
  • Protects conifers, ornamentals, turf and nonbearing fruit, citrus and nut trees
  • Odorless, systemic formula
  • Compatible for use with tank-mixed fungicides

 

Subdue Maxx Tips 

  • Treat new seedlings with a drench to protect against fungal infection.
  • Use a sprayer to coat the foliage from the top to the bottom.
  • Apply Subdue Maxx with tank-mixed pesticides for better disease resistance.

 

Stop Damaging Fungal Diseases With Subdue Maxx Fungicide

Subdue Maxx fungicide provides an effective solution for targeting and controlling fungal diseases in greenhouses and landscapes. It's safe to use on ornamentals, conifers and turfgrass and helps to protect and keep interiorscapes looking healthy and vibrant. With its systemic formula, Subdue Maxx circulates through the plant and continues to ward off fungal activity long after the first spray. If you want a better way to control foliar and root diseases, use Subdue Maxx fungicide.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

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