The New Mode of Action for Pythium Diseases
The new go - to Pythium control product has arrived! Serata™ fungicide is powered by the unique active ingredient, picarbutrazox, which is also its own unique mode of action.
Picarbutrazox is a new compound from a new class of chemistry, the tetrazolyloximes. It is theorized that picarbutrazox works by effecting the biosynthesis of phospholipids, which disrupts the normal function of the pathogen's cellular membrane.
- New mode of action to control Pythium diseases (FRAC Code U17)
- For control of Pythium diseases commonly found in warm and cool-season turfgrasses
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This ground - breaking class of chemistry provides control of key Pythium diseases commonly found in warm - and cool - season turf grasses, including pythium root rot, pythium root dysfunction, pythium blight and pythium damping off.
Picarbutrazox has translaminar activity and no known cross resistance between it and other oomycete chemistries, making it the new standard for pythium control and resistance management on golf courses, industrial lawns and commercial sites.
- Pythium Blight
- Pythium Damping Off
- Pythium Root Dysfunction
- Pythium Root Rot
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