AzProp Select™ is a combination of two active ingredients (Azoxystrobin - 5.73% and Propiconazole - 9.54%) recommended for the control of certain pathogens causing foliar, stem, and root diseases, including leaf and stem blights, leaf spots, patch diseases, mildews, anthracnose, fairy rings, molds, and rusts of turfgrass plants. AzProp Select may be used to control certain diseases on turf in golf courses, lawns and landscape areas around residential, institutional, public, commercial and industrial buildings, parks, recreational areas and athletic fields.
AzProp Select may be applied as a foliar spray in alternating spray programs or in tank mixes with other registered turf protectant products.
Active Ingredient: Azoxystrobin 5.73%, Propiconazole 9.54%
Brand Alternative: Headway®
For Use in the Establishment of Turfgrass From Seed or in Overseeding of Dormant Turfgrass
AzProp Select may be used for control of certain turfgrass diseases associated with turfgrass establishment from seed and during overseeding of dormant turfgrass.
AzProp Select may be safely applied before or after seeding or at seedling germination and emergence to ryegrass, bentgrass, bluegrass, and fescue turfgrass types. Optimum application timing is during seeding.
For resistance management, please note that AzProp Select contains both propiconazole and azoxystrobin. Propiconazole is classified in the triazoles chemical class as a Group 3 fungicide, cell membrane distrupters. Azoxystrobin is classified in the methoxy-acrylates chemical class as a Group 11 fungicide, respiration inhibitors. Any fungal population may contain individuals naturally resistant toAzProp Select and other Group 3 or Group 11 fungicides.
A gradual or total loss of pest control may occur over time if these fungicides are used repeatedly in the same fields. Appropriate resistance-management strategies should be followed.
To delay fungicide resistance, take one or more of the following steps:
- Rotate the use of AzProp Select or other Group 3 or Group 11 fungicides within a growing season sequence with different groups that control the same pathogens.
- Monitor treated fungal populations for resistance development.
- Contact your local extension specialist or certified crop advisor for any additional pesticide resistance-management and/or IPM recommendations for specific crops and pathogens.
INTEGRATED PEST (DISEASE) MANANGEMENT (IPM)
Sound turf management resulting in healthy, vigorous turf is the foundation of a good IPM program. Cultural practices such as proper choice of turf variety, nutrient management, proper cutting height, thatch management, and proper watering, drainage, and moisture stress management shall be integrated with the use of fungicides to increase turf vigor and reduce the susceptibility to disease. Immunoassay detection kits and extension service diagnostic services can assist in the early and accurate identification of causal organisms and corresponding selection of the proper fungicide when required.
- Do not graze or feed clippings from treated turf areas to animals.
- Do not apply AzProp Select to turf by air.
- Bentgrass Dead Spot
- Brown patch (Large Patch, Zoysia Patch and Leaf and Sheath Spot)
- Cool Weather Brown Patch (Yellow Patch)
- Dollar spot
- Fairy Ring
- Gray Leaf Spot
- Gray Snow mold
- Leaf Rust
- Leaf Spot
- Melting Out
- Michrodochium Patch
- Necrotic Ring spot
- Pink patch
- Pink Snow mold
- Powdery Mildew
- Pythium Blight
- Pythium Root Rot
- Red Thread
- Southern Blight
- Spring Dead Spot
- Summer patch
- Take-All Patch
- Golf courses
- Landscape areas
- Residential, commercial buildings
- Parks, recreational areas
- Athletic fields