Xzemplar fungicide provides ultimate control over dollar spot – curatively and preventively – on fairways, tees and greens. It combines the fast-stopping power of a contact fungicide with long-lasting preventative action.
Xzemplar fungicide from BASF was developed using the latest in carboxamide technology – Xemium® fungicide. Building on our experience with Boscalid, the active ingredient in Emerald® fungicide, BASF has created a new, broader spectrum and more active carboxamide fungicide.
By using Xzemplar fungicide as directed, turfgrass professionals will enjoy:
- Fast, continuous protection powered by the next generation carboxamide with enhanced systemic properties
- Curative support of disease pressure through quick-acting properties
- Improved preventative dollar spot control thanks to the longer-lasting effects of Xzemplar fungicide versus traditional curative products
- Control of brown patch, snow mold, and more—in addition to leading dollar spot protection
- Pigments easily mix for desired turf appearance
Xzemplar fungicide offers quick and reliable control of:
- Cool season turfgrasses, such as bentgrass, fescue, perennial ryegrass and bluegrasses
- Brown patch for cool season grasses (Rhizoctonia solani)
- Dollar spot (Sclerotinia homoeocarpa)
- Large patch (Rhizoctonia solani)
- Warm season turfgrass, such as zoysia, seashore paspalum, St. Augustinegrass and kikuygrass
- Summer patch (Magnaporthe poae)
- Snow molds (Typhula spp. or Monographaella spp.)*
- Algae (algal scum)*
Xzemplar fungicide is approved for all major turfgrass use sites, including:
- Golf courses
- Sports and athletic fields
- Parks and recreational areas
- Residential lawns
- Commercial and municipal lawns
- Institutional lawns
- Sod farms
- Other maintained turfgrass areas
Refer to product label for additional information.
|Active Ingredient||Fluxapyroxad, Other Ingredients|
|Container Size||114 fl oz jug or 11.4 fl oz jug|
|Application Amount||See label for details.|
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