TURFGRASS - NECROTIC RING SPOT
RESERVETM FUNGICIDE is a broad spectrum fungicide with preventative, contact, systemic, residual and curative properties recommended for the control or suppression of certain turf diseases. Disease control is optimal when RESERVE FUNGICIDE is applied in a preventative and scheduled spray program and used in rotation with other fungicides.
Failure to follow these label instructions may result in turfgrass injury and inferior turfgrass quality. This product may cause staining. Avoid off-target sites such as sidewalks, patios, driveways, pavers or similar materials.
RESERVE FUNGICIDE can be used on all commercial, institutional turfgrass, such as golf courses, sod farms, commercial lawns, and professional athletic fields including colleges and universities.
GENERAL USE PRECAUTIONS
RESERVE FUNGICIDE may be used alone to control important diseases of turfgrass or alternatively used in tank mix or sequentially with other registered turfgrass fungicides.
Applications using sufficient water volume to provide thorough and uniform coverage generally provide the most effective disease control. Do not make applications when conditions favor drift beyond the target application area. All applications of RESERVE FUNGICIDE must be made in accordance with the use directions of the label.
RESERVE FUNGICIDE, when combined with other products such as Chipco Signature, will relieve the symptoms of summer stress syndrome/decline.
Avoid the shorter application intervals if the turf is under excessive stress in the summer time or under an intensive growth control program.
For ground application equipment use the appropriate product quantities described in the label in 1 to 5 gallons of water per 1,000 sq ft for turf (44 to 220 gallons per acre).
Common and Hybrid Bermudagrass: Refer to section on GENERAL RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS.
GENERAL RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS
DO NOT apply more than the maximum seasonal rate from any combination of products containing triticonazole.
DO NOT apply more than 18 fl oz of RESERVE FUNGICIDE per 1,000 sq ft (49.3 pts/A) per year.
DO NOT apply more than 5.4 fl oz of RESERVE FUNGICIDE per 1,000 sq ft (14.7 pts/A) as a single application.
DO NOT use for sodfarms at application rates greater than 13 lbs ai/A/yr.
Follow the TURF-SPECIFIC USE DIRECTIONS for repeat application intervals.
For golf courses only: DO NOT apply to turf cut higher than1 inch on golf holes where water bodies are present.
Sod farm turf treated with RESERVE FUNGICIDE prior to harvest, must be mechanically cut, rolled and harvested.
This product cannot be used to formulate or reformulate any other pesticide product.
DO NOT use on home lawns and turf sites associated with apartment buildings, day-care centers, playgrounds, playfields, recreational park athletic fields, athletic fields located on or next to schools (i.e., elementary, middle and high schools, campgrounds, churches, and theme parks).
DO NOT apply this product to crops other than turfgrass.
DO NOT apply to areas likely to be grazed by livestock.
DO NOT feed clippings to livestock or poultry.
DO NOT apply through irrigation equipment of any type.
DO NOT use on ultradwarf bermudagrass varieties. Do not exceed 5.4 fl oz/1,000 sq ft every 30 days on any bermudagrass type. For golf courses in FL do not apply RESERVE FUNGICIDE to bermudagrass greens when temperatures exceed 90°F.
TURFGRASS USE INFORMATION
Begin fungicide applications preventatively when soil temperature reach 60°F in early spring or summer and continue at 28 day intervals when conditions are favorable for development. Irrigate or aerate to allow movement of fungicide into the root zone.