Subdue Maxx Fungicide works systemically on ornamentals; nursery grown non-bearing citrus; turf; nursery and plantation grown conifers; Christmas trees; and nursery grown non-bearing deciduous nut and fruit trees. Subdue Maxx Fungicide is formulated as a microemulsion concentrate that controls Pythium blight. Subdue Maxx Fungicide is odorless and is stable and compatible when tank mixed.
Damping off, root and stem diseases caused by Pythium and Phytophthora spp., and foliar diseases such as downy mildew and foliar diseases caused by Phytophthora spp. including Phytophthora ramorum * See label for complete list
For use in
Conifers, Non-bearing Citrus, Non-bearing deciduous Fruits and Nuts, Ornamentals and Turf * See label for complete list
Subdue MAXX controls diseases on ornamental plants; ornamental bulb, corm, and tuber plants; conifers and conifer nurseries; Christmas trees and Christmas tree plantations; forest plantations; forest nurseries; and non-bearing fruit, citrus and nut trees grown in greenhouses and nurseries (including field- and container-grown plants grown outdoors and in shade houses, lath houses and other production sites and structures), retail nurseries, residential and commercial landscapes, and interior plantscape ornamentals. It also controls of diseases for vegetable transplants grown for retail sale to consumers and diseases on turf.
Microemulsion concentrate for easy mixing and less equipment wear
When is the best time to treat with Subdue MAXX Fungicide, and how often do I need to re-apply it?
Soil treatment for phytophhora in forsythia hedge
Subdue MAXX Fungicide is not labled for a soil treatment when treating for phytophthora. Per the product label it should be applied as a foliar treatment only. Also this would not be a product that we would recommend for that either as you would have to use such a miniscule amount when treating hedges as the label states to use it in 100 gallons of water. To be able to break that down would not be worth using.
You could use Monterey Agri-Fos Fungicide. It is labeled for a soil drench at a rate of 2 to 4 tsp per gallon of water, and you would apply 1 gallon per sq yard. Follow the application with irrigation to get the product down to the roots of the plant. You can do repeat applications at 14-21 day intervals.