BASF fungicide receives EPA registration

Trinity fungicide, the triticonazole fungicide from BASF, has been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency to control a broad spectrum of diseases in commercial, residential and golf course lawn care, as well as in sod farms and sports turf.

Trinity, a member of the demethylation inhibitor (DMI) chemical class, provides protective and curative control of patch diseases (including brown, take-all and summer), anthracnose and dollar spots, as well as pink and gray snow mold control in cold-climate turf.

Dr. Toni Bucci, business manager for BASF Professional Turf and Ornamentals, says Trinity fungicide can be used in rotation with non-Group 3 DMI fungicides, such as Emerald fungicide, to control and help turf resist dollar spot.

Using a combination of fungicides also may be effective. “Tank mixing Trinity fungicide with Insignia fungicide gives users an economical broad-spectrum combination to control anthracnose, dollar spot, brown patch and other diseases,” Bucci says. “This reduces labor and material costs.”

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