ORNAMENTALS - IRIS AND SNAPDRAGON
Banner MAXX II is a systemic fungicide for use on turfgrasses for the control of dollar spot (Sclerotinia homoeocarpa), brown patch (Rhizoctonia solani), anthracnose (Colletotrichum graminicola), red thread (Laetisaria fuciformis), pink patch (Limonomyces roseipellis), rust (Puccinia graminis), powdery mildew (Erysiphe graminis), stripe smut (Ustilago striiformis and Urocystis agropyri), summer patch (Magnaporthe poae), necrotic ring spot (Leptosphaeria korrae), spring dead spot (Leptosphaeria korrae, Leptosphaeria narmari, Ophiosphaerella herpotricha, Gaeumannomyces graminis), take-all patch (Gaeumannomyces graminis), leaf spot (Bipolaris spp., Drechslera spp.), gray leaf spot (Pyricularia grisea), pink snowmold (Microdochium nivale), Fusarium patch (Fusarium nivale), gray snowmold (Typhula spp.), yellow patch (Rhizoctonia cerealis), and zoysia patch (Rhizoctonia solani).
Banner MAXX II also controls numerous diseases on ornamentals and other landscape and nursery plantings. It controls powdery mildews, rusts, leaf spots, scabs, and blights. Refer to the appropriate section for specified diseases and plants.
Do not apply more than 5.4 gallons of Banner MAXX II/acre/calendar year.
Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
Do not use Banner MAXX II as a tree injection.
Do not use Banner MAXX II in greenhouses.
Refer in the label regarding tank mix information.
Disease Control in Nurseries (Field) and Landscape Plantings
1. USE BANNER MAXX II IN A PREVENTATIVE DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAM. To determine the use directions for controlling a disease on an ornamental plant species, select the plant species in Table 1. The number in parentheses following the plant species refers you to the disease(s) controlled in Table 2. Find the disease in Table 2. The letter in brackets following the disease refers you to the application regime in Table 3.
2. Allow spray to dry before overhead irrigation is applied.
3. Optimum benefit of Banner MAXX II is obtained when used in conjunction with sound disease management practices.
Banner MAXX II may be used at rates of 2-24 fl. oz./100 gallons of water for control of diseases of ornamental plant species (see Tables 1, 2, and 3).
NOTE: For outdoor uses, you may apply up to 5.4 gallons of Banner MAXX II/acre/crop/calendar year.
For general disease control in landscapes, apply 6-8 fl. oz./100 gallons of water every 21 days. For best control, begin Banner MAXX II applications before disease development.
Note: Plant tolerances to Banner MAXX II have been found acceptable for the specific general and species of plants listed under the Directions for Use. Other plant species may be sensitive to Banner MAXX II, and diseases other than those listed may not be controlled. Before using Banner MAXX II on plants or for diseases that are not listed in the Directions for Use, test Banner MAXX II on a small scale basis first. Do not apply Banner MAXX II to African violets, begonias, Boston fern, or geraniums. Apply the recommended rates for a particular type of disease, i.e., rust, powdery mildew, etc., and evaluate for phytotoxicity and disease control prior to widespread use.
Note: To avoid possible illegal residues, do not apply to apple, Bartlett pear, cherry, citrus, nectarine, peach, pecan, plum, or walnut trees that will bear harvestable fruit within 12 months.
[B] Mix 5-8 fl. oz. of Banner MAXX II in 100 gallons of water and apply as a full coverage spray to the point of drip. Apply as needed, beginning when conditions are favorable for disease development. For blackspot, apply with a registered contact fungicide labeled for blackspot. For Calendula, apply every 30 days. For diplodia tip blight, make 3 applications every 14 days prior to major period of infection. For juniper phomopsis blight, make first application as soon as junipers start to grow, and repeat the applications every 14-21 days during periods of active growth.