Application Guidelines for DISARM® G Fungicide:

Disease Control

Application Interval
(Days)

Use Rate

(Lbs per Acre)

Use Rate

(Lbs/1,000 sq ft)

Application Guidelines

Anthracnose*

(Foliar Infection Phase)

(Colletotrichum graminicola)

14 – 28

 

100 – 200

 

2.3 – 4.6

 

Use preventatively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for disease development. Under severe conditions alternate with another fungicide labeled for control of anthracnose.

Anthracnose

(Crown Rot Phase)

(Collectotrichum graminicola)

14 – 21

 

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Use preventatively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for disease development. Alternate with another fungicide labeled for control of anthracnose.

Brown Patch

(Rhizoctonia solani)

14 -- 28

50 – 200

1.2 – 4.6

Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.

Cool Weather Brown Patch

(Rhizoctonia Cerealis)

14 – 28

 

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Make one or two application in the fall or when conditions are favorable for disease development.

Dollar Spot*

(Sclerotinia homoeocarpa)

14 – 21

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

DISARM G provides preventative control of light-to-moderate dollar spot pressure when used to control other diseases. Under heavy dollar spot pressure or where dollar spot is the only target, use the high rate in alternation with other fungicides labeled for control of dollar spot.

Fairy Ring

(Lycoperdon spp., Agrocybe pediades, and Bovistra plumbea)

28

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Apply where fairy rings have been observed in the past or at the first sign of fairy ring development. Irrigate after application to move the fungicide into the root zone. Repeat as necessary.

Gray Leaf Spot*

(Pyricularia grisea)

14 – 28

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Begin applications before disease is present. Under heavy disease pressure use in combination with other fungicides labeled for control of gray leaf spot.

Leaf Spot

(Bipolaris sorokinana)

14 – 21

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.

Melting Out

(Drechslera poae)

14 – 21

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.

Microdochium (Fusarium) Patch

(Microdochium nivale)

14 – 28

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Use preventatively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for disease infection, prior to disease symptom development.

Pink Patch

(Limonomyces roseipellis)

14 – 28

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.

Powdery Mildew

(Erysiphe graminis)

14 – 28

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Apply at first sign of infection. Repeat as necessary.

Pythium Blight*

 (Pythium aphanidemiatum)

14

100 – 200

2.3 – 4.6

Use preventatively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for disease infection, prior to disease symptom development. During periods of prolonged favorable conditions, treat on the 14-day application interval. When conditions are favorable for heavy pythium blight pressure, use the high rate of DISARM G in alternation with another product registered for pythium blight control

*See RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT section of the product label for control of these diseases.