General Information


3336 G is a broad spectrum fungicide exhibiting preventative, curative and systemic properties. It is useful on a wide variety of turf and ornamental disease problems. Apply 3336 G with ground based, hand operated (push) or mechanical (power) equipment sufficient to accurately deliver this product to the application site. Do not apply by hand or with hand held rotary spreader (e.g. bellygrinder). Application equipment should be properly calibrated prior to use. Application equipment should be thoroughly cleaned after use. If a rate range is given, use the higher rate under conditions of severe disease pressure. Contact your local State Extension service for recommendations for application schedules appropriate to your area. This product is not for homeowner use and can only be used by individuals/firms licensed or registered by the state to apply ornamental or turf pest control products. No claim of compatibility with other pesticides is implied. Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.

Resistance Management: To avoid the development of tolerant strains of fungi, 3336 G should be used with fungicides of different modes of action. Cleary Chemical does not recommend the use of products containing thiabendazole in combination or rotation with 3336 G. These utilize similar chemistry and mode of action and can contribute to development of disease tolerance. If, after using 3336 G as recommended, the treatment is not effective, a tolerant strain of fungi may be present. Consult your local Cleary Chemical representative, your State Agricultural Experiment Station, or your State Cooperative Extension Service for proper disease identification and advice on the prompt use of some other suitable fungicide or disease control strategy. As long as recommended precautions are followed, 3336 G can remain useful for disease control.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions


For use on all fine turf applications such as commercial, residential and public (such as home lawns, parks,athletic fields, schools, and day care centers), and golf courses (greens, tees, fairways and aprons) of cool and warm season grasses such as Bentgrass, Bluegrass, Bermudagrass, Fescue, Ryegrass, St. Augustinegrass, Zoysiagrass, or their mixtures.3336 G is not phytotoxic to any of the above mentioned grasses when used in accordance with the label.3336 G is to be used for the prevention and control of the diseases mentioned below.3336 G may be applied to dry or moist leaf/soil conditions and should be activated with irrigation or natural rainfall within 24 hours for best results. If irrigated, application should be watered in by applicator with 0.1-0.25 inches of water to begin activation of product for disease control. When treating golf greens, treatment of aprons is recommended. Use the highest recommended rate under conditions of severe disease pressure. Do not graze animals on treated turf. Do not feed clippings to livestock or poultry.

Refer in Table 1 and 2 of the label for the Maximum Individual Application Rates and Minimum Re-Treatment Intervals and Maximum Seasonal Application Rates, respectively.

Turf Disease Control

Dollar spot (Moellerodiscus, Lanzia, Sclerotinia), Large Brown Patch (Rhizoctonia solani), Ascochyta Leaf Blight (Ascochyta spp.), Copper Spot (Gloeocercospora sorghi), Red Thread (Laetisaria fuciformis), Fusarium Patch (Fusarium nivale), Zoysia Patch (Rhizoctonia solani): For prevention, use lowest rate and apply application before expected period of disease development. Apply when disease first appears and continue at 14 day intervals. Rotations with chlorothalonil, iprodione, or mancozeb (Protect) can be utilized.

Restricted Entry Interval

12 hours