Pillar G Intrinsic Granular Fungicide

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4.5 out of 5 stars Rating: 4.5

6 Reviews | 11 Q&A

Product Overview

Pillar G Intrinsic Granular Fungicide is a combination of Insignia fungicide and Trinity fungicide active ingredients in a granular form. The combination of these two very effective active ingredients will deliver the best disease control on many of the diseases and problems that challenge turf management. Several diseases include anthracnose, dollar spot, leaf spots, patch diseases (large patch, brown patch, summer patch, take-all patch), and snow molds.

Pillar G Intrinsic Granular Fungicide also provides benefits in plant health. Turf that is treated with Pillar G Intrinsic fungicide improves the health of the plant in its stress management, with drought, moisture, plus its temperature limits. Also, treated turf has shown enlarged root mass and length. Pillar G is formed on a granule of clay which provides excellent spreading features due to its thickness and uniform size. This makes the active ingredient move quickly off of the granule after watering or when raining so that it can protect the turfgrass shortly after the application.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: Pyraclostrobin 0.38%
Triticonazole 0.43%
Target pests: Anthracnose, bentgrass dead spot, bermudagrass decline, brown patch, brown ring patch, dollar spot, fairy ring, fusarium patch, gray leaf spot, gray snow mold, large patch, leaf spot, melting out, necrotic ring spot, pink patch, pink snow mold, powdery mildew, pythium blight, pythium root dysfunction, rapid blight, red thread, rhizoctonia leaf, sheath spot, rust, summer patch, take-all patch, yellow tuft, downy mildew, zoysia patch
For use in: Commercial and Residential: Golf courses, Lawns, Sod Farms, Parks, Recreational areas, Sports Fields, Cemeteries
Application: 3 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. on a 14 to 28 day interval using a properly calibrated broadcast spreader
* Uniform coverage is essential to get rid of the disease
* Do not make more than 5 applications per year 3 lbs - 1,000 sq ft. REI: 12 hours
* Avoid overlapping during application that will go over the recommended limit
* See Label for complete application instructions
Formulation: Professional Product
Group 3 and 11 Fungicide
Coverage Area: 30 lbs. Treats 10,000 sq. ft.
Shipping Weight: 30.42 lbs
Manufactured By: BASF

Details

While spray applications of fungicides are most common to control disease, many turf managers find that granular products can be very convenient to use. Pillar G Intrinsic brand fungicide can allow applications to take place

  1. When conditions do not allow for spray equipment on a turf area (wet, snow cover)
  2. When air temperatures do not allow for spraying due to the potential to freeze spray lines
  3. When only a spot treatment is required, saving on manpower and equipment resources
  4. For applicators that prefer granular applications.

General Information

  • Better performance on dollar spot than many other products including Heritage G fungicide, Compass fungicide and Disarm fungicide
  • Dense particle with excellent spreading characteristics
  • Controls more diseases than competing granular fungicides
  • Labeled for use on most turfgrasses for both lawns and golf
  • Provides healthier and higher quality turf, especially during stressful periods.

Diseases Controlled and How to Treat Them

Disease Application Interval (days) Comments
Anthracnose 14 to 28 Use preventively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for fungal infection, prior to disease symptom development.
Bentgrass dead spot 28 Use preventively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for fungal infection, prior to disease symptom development.
Bermudagrass decline 28 Aids in control of bermudagrass decline when integrated with appropriate cultural practices such as raised mowing height, proper fertilization, and core aeration. Make 1 application in the spring following greenup and a second application in the fall when air temperatures remain above 80 degrees F and humidity is 75% or higher.
Brown patch 14 to 28 Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.
Brown ring patch 14 to 28 Apply when early yellow ring development is symptomatic. Provide short irrigation cycle directly following treatment to move fungicide through thatch.
Dollar spot 14 to 28 Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development. Ring symptoms can take 2 to 3 weeks to disappear following application. For optimum results, apply a soil wetting agent to the intended treatment area prior to Pillar G Intrinsic application.
Fairy ring 14 to 28 Apply as soon as possible after fairy ring symptom development. Fairy ring symptoms can take 2 to 3 weeks to disappear following application. For optimum results, apply a soil wetting agent to the intended treatment area prior to Pillar G Intrinsic application.
Fusarium patch (Pink snow mold) 28 Make 1 application in late fall just prior to snow cover. For optimum control under severe disease pressure, make application of Trinity fungicide, Insignia SC Intrinsic brand fungicide, or Insignia fungicide 14 days prior to Pillar G Intrinsic application.
Gray leaf spot 14 to 28 Use preventively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for fungal infection, prior to disease symptom development.
Gray snow mold/Typhula blight 28 Make 1 application in late fall just prior to snow cover. For optimum control under severe disease pressure, make application of Trinity, Insignia SC Intrinsic brand fungicide or Insignia 14 days prior to Pillar G Intrinsic application.
Large patch 14 to 28 Make 1 to 2 applications in the fall when conditions are favorable for disease development, repeat in spring prior and following greenup.
Leaf spot 14 to 28 Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.
Melting out 14 to 28  Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.
Necrotic ring spot 28 Apply when soil temperatures reach 60 degrees F in early spring to summer and continue at 28-day intervals under conditions favorable for disease development. Provide additional irrigation following application.
Pink patch 14 to 28 Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development, when night temperatures are 60 degrees F to 70 degrees F, and in periods of higher rainfall.
Pink snow mold 28 Make 1 application in late fall just prior to snow cover. For optimum control under severe disease pressure, make application of Trinity, Insignia SC Intrinsic brand fungicide or Insignia 14 days prior to Pillar G Intrinsic application.
Powdery mildew 14 to 28 Use preventively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for fungal infection, normally under prolonged moist and humid conditions. Apply prior disease symptom development for best control.
Pythium rood dysfunction 14 Use preventively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for fungal infection, prior to disease symptom development. DO NOT apply more than two strobilurin-based fungicides sequentially prior to rotation to a different mode-of action.
Rapid blight 14 to 28 Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development which occurs normally on salinity stresses grasses. Occurs most commonly on cool season grasses used under overseeded conditions. Begin applications in fall and follow with spring applications as needed. DO NOT apply more than two strobilurin-based fungicides sequentially prior to rotation to a different mode-of action.
Red thread 14 to 28 Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development.
Rhizoctonia leaf or sheath spot 28 Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development. Rhizoctonia infection can occur under warm, humid conditions on both cool-season turfgrass and warm-season turfgrass. This disease has been associated with localized dry spots, and necrotic (brown) ring symptoms can form. The use of a wetting agent can aid in recovery from dry spots.
Rust 14 to 28 Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development
Summer patch  28 Apply when conditions are favorable for disease development. Initiate applications in spring when soil temperatures reach 60 degrees F to 70 degrees F at a 2-inch soil depth, or as dictated by local recommendations. Repeat application at 28-day intervals.
Take-all patch 28 Begin applications when conditions are favorable for fungal infection, prior to disease symptom development. Make 2 applications in the fall and subsequent applications in spring depending on local conditions.
Yellow tuft (Downy mildew) 14 to 28 Use preventively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for fungal infection, prior to disease symptom development.
Zoysia patch 14 to 28 Make 1 to 2 applications in the fall when conditions are favorable for disease development, repeat in spring prior to and following greenup. Use preventively. Begin applications when conditions are favorable for fungal infection, prior to disease symptom development.

 

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including silica, crystalline (airborne particales of respirable size), which is know to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to https://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov  

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  • 4 of 5 Stars

    Great blend of old & new technology

    By David on 06/21/2016

    Have made two applications (3 weeks apart) with excellent results. My recently sodded fescue lawn is thick and green!

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    6 of 6 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Pillar G

    By Lionel on 06/20/2017

    Great job controlling my fungicide. Recommended to me by a local landscaping company. Also, a very good price compared to local sales stores.

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    4 of 4 people found this review helpful

  • 3 of 5 Stars

    Saving money on Pillar-G

    By Bobby on 10/26/2015

    Will not know if this product works until spring. However already do know that I have saved substantial money by buying from domyownpestcontrol - over buying from local distributor.

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    3 of 13 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Excellent product

    By Zachary on 09/29/2017

    Easy to use, setting for spreaders on bag, both active ingredients together tag team almost any disease, cured some pythium in my zoysia. I only wish they made the bag resealable.

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    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Good on St. Augustine Floratram grass

    By Alan on 06/15/2018

    This fungicide is really working great. With all the rain the past month, the grass is growing like crazy. I added some manganese and magnesium to the regular lawn fertilizer application and it has never been more dense and green. If not for the Pillar G Intrinsic Fungicide, it would have big spots of dying grass. It did every year before this year.

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Questions & Answers

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Can this be used in rotation with Heritage G? Is it in a different classification?

Would like to find a different fungicide in a different classification than Heritage G that also is applied by granular.
A

Pillar G and Heritage both have a Group 11 classified ingredient so they would not be the best products to rotate to protect against fungicide and plant resistance. A better option would be a Group 1 fungicide like Clearys 3336G Fungicide

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Is it required to water in Pillar G after applying?

I know the Heritage G product requires only a very light watering
A

Per the product label for Pillar G: Applications made to control root and soilborne diseases such as fairy ring, Pythium root dysfunction, summer patch and take-all patch required addititional irrigation to move the product into the soil.

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Does Pillar G Intrinsic Granular Fungicide need to be watered in after application?
A

For best results, Pillar G Intrinsic Granular Fungicide should be watered in right after application when treating for pythium root dysfunction, summer patch, and take-all patch.

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Is Pillar G Fungicide safe for dogs?

my dogs seem to sneeze when they go outside every since we put in a new lawn and they put Pillar G Fungicide on the lawn
A

Pillar G Fungicide is safe for pets after it has dried.  It should be watered in after application. 

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Should I alternate between Pillar G and another Fungicide?

Should I alternate between Pillar G and another fungicide to prevent resistance? If so what do you recommend?
A

It is recommended to rotate after 2 applicatoins with most fungicides like Pillar G.  A good product to use would be Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide.

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Pillar G Intrinsic Granular Fungicide

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