Bio Advanced, previously known as Bayer Fungus Control for Lawns helps to cure and prevent lawn diseases like read thread, brown patch, dollar spot, rusts, and others. This systemic formula is weatherproof and treats up to 5,000 square feet.
What do the letters RTS stand for in the Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns RTS?
Anytime you see RTS on a product, it means it is Ready To Spray, and you just hook your water hose right up to the bottle and it will dilute it automatically for you. If you see RTU, this means it is Ready To Use, so you dont have to dilute it with anything, and sometimes these will come in a bottle that allows you to spray directly from it, similar to a windex style bottle. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Should Bayer Advanced Fungus cCntrol be applied on a dry or wet lawn ?
There are no restrictions or specifications on applying the Bayer Advanced Fungus Control for Lawns RTS so you can apply it to a lawn that is dry or wet from dew or irrigation. We do not suggest applying it to overly saturated lawns or lawns that are experiencing an extreme run of heat/drought.
When should Bayer Advanced Fungus Control For Lawns RTS be applied to SC Bermuda lawns?
Per the product label for Bayer Advanced Fungus Control For Lawns RTS: This product is highly effective when used to prevent disease or when applied at first sign of disease. To prevent damage, start treating when conditions are favorable for disease development in your area, and treat every 30 days. To control existing disease, reapply every 14 days until lawn shows signs of recovery. Do not apply more than 16 times per year at a rate of 32 fl. oz. per 5,000 sq. ft. or 8 times per year at a rate of 32 fl. oz. per 2,500 sq. ft. Do not treat lawn during periods of stress from heat or drought. Do not apply when temperatures are greater than 85 degrees F, as injury to lawn may occur.