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  • StressGard Presentation

    1. 1. Product Presentation
    2. 2. The Ultimate in Course ControlFungicides made with StressGard Formulation Technology improve turf qualityabove and beyond disease control. Our unique formulation helps with certainplant physiological processes like photosynthesis and respiration so the plantcan thrive under stressful conditions. The end result is better quality root systemsand denser aboveground turf. And when turf is less stressed, disease control isenhanced.
    3. 3. Improve Root Mass & Root Function Greenhouse study on Crenshaw bentgrass. Both samples fertilized and watered equally (8 lb. N/M sq. ft./Yr. and 0.1 inch irrigation daily). Two applications of Signature Check Chipco Signature were Excellent uniform density and color Thin spots and dull color applied at a 14-day interval. Signature Check Extensive root mass Minimal root mass
    4. 4. Control Summer Patch Tartan SC Untreated Summer Patch pressure in 2 fl. oz./M; 2 apps cool-season turf. Two applications of Tartan at 2.0 fl. oz./1,000 sq. ft. Effective control is visible in Kentucky bluegrass. Trial conducted by Dr. Bruce Clark, July 2010, New Jersey.
    5. 5. Healthier Turf Reserve 2009 Reserve Study Oneida Country Club, Green Bay Wisconsin Reserve keeps turf healthier than Concert. Concert
    6. 6. Better Turf Quality Reserve Insignia In general, turf quality is better with Reserve. In this 2009 Reserve study from Rutgers Field Day, 3.2 oz. of Reserve made turf strong and healthy.
    7. 7. Control Dollar Spot Interface Interface provides effective 5 fl. oz./14 days control of dollar spot, outperforming Insignia. This trial was conducted on creeping bentgrass at the 2009 Rutgers Field Day. Insignia 2.1SC .7 fl. oz./14 days
    8. 8. © 2011 Bayer CropScience LP, 2 T.W. Alexander Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709Bayer Environmental Science is a business unit of Bayer CropScience LP.Bayer and the Bayer Cross are registered trademarks of BAYER.Always read and follow label instructions.

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