Heritage G Fungicide - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Brad from Arlington, Va
    04/26/2018
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    What's the difference in Headway G and Heritage G?
    And would they be good products to alternate?
    A

    Heritage G Fungicide contains Azoxystrobin at 0.31% and the Headway G contains both Azoxystrobin at the same 0.31% and Propiconazole at 0.75%.  The Headway G offers both a quick knock down as well as long residual control.  

     

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  • Asked by Davd
    06/28/2010
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    Are there any restrictions or concerns when using this product in a residential setting (e.g., dogs, runoff)?
    A
    We strongly recommend that you fully read the Heritage G product label to learn all precautions and warnings. Heritage G does have the standard pesticide warnings regarding pets, people, and runoff. All pets and people should be out of the area where the application is being applied and they can return as soon as the area is dry. Do not allow runoff or over spray to get into any body of water or water supply as it can impact aquatic invertebrates.
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  • Asked by Monica from Big Sandy
    06/09/2018
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    Do I water in Heritage G Fungicide after application?
    A

    Yes, Heritage G Fungicide must be watered in after application.  Please see the product label for complete application instructions. 

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    22 of 34 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Steve from Md
    10/08/2015
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    Can I use Heritage G Fungicide on new seedlings?
    Lawn is a couple of weeks old with one mowing.
    A

    Heritage G Fungicide may be applied before or after seeding, or at seed germination.

     

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  • Asked by Jim from York Co., Sc
    06/25/2018
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    Should I catch clippings in a bag when mowing after I have applied the Heritage G Fungicide?
    I don't want to take product out of lawn or spread fungus to other areas as well.
    A

    Grass clippings should be bagged and discarded after treating with Heritage G Fungicide.

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    17 of 17 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Chris from Austin, Texas
    02/19/2012
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    Can Heritage G be used to cure a fungicide after it is already well developed and has killed the grass?
    A large area of my St. Augustine lawn (approximately 40 square feet died a couple of years ago. I tried to re-sod the area last year and it died yet again returning the area to dirt. It has been suggested that I need to treat for fungus in the soil and a local gardener had suggested Heritage. Information I've read on the product states it must be used as a preventative when diseases are emerging. Can it be used to cure fungus in the soil without grass present? Is there a better product or method to cure my soil?
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    Fungicides usually work best when applied as the disease is just beginning or as a preventative. We are not sure if Heritage will work for the treatment you described. We recommend calling the manufacturer as they are the experts on their product. You can reach Syngenta by calling 866-796-4368.
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  • Asked by Greg
    09/01/2010
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    I have the Heritage G. The label says nothing about whether to water the product in or not?
    A
    Irrigation will depend on what and where you are treating. Although, we have recently started carrying fungicides due to popular request from our customers, grass and lawns are not our area of expertise.  Therefore, we are not giving advice yet on fungicides as we are not the experts. We recommend calling the manufacturer Sygenta.  They can be reached at 1-866-796-4368.
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  • Asked by Chevo from Burke, Va
    07/01/2016
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    How many square feet does a 30lb bag of Heritage G cover?
    I plan on applying this to my 1 acre fescue lawn in Northern Virginia for prevention. How much surface area does a 30lb bag cover? I'll need enough to cover at least 35,000 sq ft.
    A

    Heritage G Fungicide is applied at rates of 2 to 4 pounds per 1,000 square feet, so you would need 70-140 pounds total to cover 35,000 square feet. Please view the product label for complete application instructions for your target disease.

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  • Asked by Chris from Daytona Beach, Fl.
    10/14/2015
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    Do I need a spreader to apply Heritage? Can I broadcast it by hand?
    A

    To accurately apply your Heritage treatment, you want to use a spreader. This will allow you to be more precise and to have a more effective treatment.  Please refer to the product label for spreader settings. 

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  • Asked by Craig from Long Island, Ny
    07/23/2017
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    Can I apply a fertilizer at the same time I apply Heritage?
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    We would suggest using Heritage G Fungicide by itself then you can use a fertilizer afterwards by a few days or even a week to not overload the lawn with chemicals.

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  • Asked by Faye from Chesterfield, Mo
    07/15/2019
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    Should Heritage G Fungicide be watered in after applying?
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    Yes, Heritage G Fungicide must be watered in after application.  Please see the product label for complete application instructions. 

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  • Asked by John from Washington, Nc
    05/22/2015
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    What is the best fungicide to treat large patch in centipede lawn?
    I live in eastern and have severe large patch problems in my lawn this spring.
    A
    Heritage G Fungicide would be a great product to use for Large Patch in your lawn as well as a variety of other potential diseases that could be present. You typically use 2 - 4 lbs. per 1,000 sq ft. of infected area and repeat application as directed on the product label. 
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  • Asked by Janet from Norman, Ok
    06/04/2018
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    Can Heritage G Fungicide be applied as a preventative? What is a good product to rotate to after? How many times to apply Heritage G Fungicide before rotating?
    A

    Heritage G Fungicide can be applied as a preventative for the turfgrass diseases listed on the product label.  Either Eagle 20EW or Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide would be a great product to rotate to depending on what you are treating. We recommend to rotate fungicides every 3 applications. 

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  • Asked by Larry from Montgomery, Al
    08/29/2013
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    Do you have a product for take all root rot fungus in St Augustine grass?
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    Take All Root Rot is almost impossible to control. To try and control Take All Root Rot you can use Fungicides applied in early spring and fall such as  Heritage (azoxystrobin), Banner Max (propiconazole), Cleary’s 3336 (thiophanate methyl).
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  • Asked by Jim from Denver, Nc
    07/14/2019
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    Should I water my lawn after applying Heritage G Fungicide?
    A

    Yes, Heritage G Fungicide must be watered in after application. Please see the product label for complete application instructions. 

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  • Asked by Eileen from Durham
    07/15/2018
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    Should Heritage G Fungicide be applied to wet or dry turf?
    A

    Heritage G Fungicide can be applied to dry turf and irrigated per product label instructions.

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  • Asked by Mike from Hoschton, Ga
    03/13/2018
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    When should Heritage G be applied?
    treat brown patch in the fall. after nighttime temperatures get up to 70 degrees. my two brown patch areas seem to have gotten bigger this winter. I could use some specific info about season and temperature. I have recently purchased Heritage G and Cleary’s 3336 from you but do not know when to start treatments.
    A

    It is always best to apply a fungicide for prevention and rotate with options from different classes. You will rotate also for a curative treament when you have activity of a turf disease.  It is good that you purchased both products for rotation. There are some things you will want to do, also, that do not involve products such as minimizing shade on the property, improving any drainage issues, reducing the thatch in the soil, and watering your lawn earlier in the day. You should also have a soil analysis performed to determine the nutrients and the pH of the soil.

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  • Asked by Bob from Gainesville, Ga 30504
    06/15/2012
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    If using a Earthway 2750 shoulder spreader what setting do I use to apply Heritage G Fungicide?
    I have brown patch just starting what setting should i use on my broastcast spreader.
    A
    The easiest way to determine the correct setting for your Earthway 2750 is:

    If you need to use 2-4lbs of product per 1,000 sq ft you would  add 2-4 lb of product to spreader, start with a medium setting, then apply product to a 20 x 50 ft area (1,000 sq ft).  If you have product left, your setting is too low.  If you run out of product, your setting is too high. Because of the many brands of spreaders available the Heritage manufacturer does not provide the exact spreader settings.

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  • Asked by Rex from Lenoir City, Tennessee
    08/01/2018
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    What do I need to alternate fungicide applications with Heritage G for brown spot?
    A

    Clearys 3336G would be a great option to rotate with Heritage G, you should do so after 2-3 applications of either.

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  • Asked by John from Orlando, Fl
    08/09/2018
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    What is the shelf life for an OPEN bag of Heritage G Fungicide?
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    The shelf life of Heritage G unopened if stored in a cool dry area is 3 years from date of purchase

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