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FMC - Fame SC Fungicide - 16 OZ BTL


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  • Sold Individually. Manufacturer Pack Size = 4
  • NOT FOR SALE TO: CA & NY
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  • Fast penetration into leaf tissues and rainfast within 15MIN
  • Rapid foliar and root uptake with xylem and translaminar movement
  • Protection against shoot, stem and soil-borne diseases, including powdery mildews, rusts, and blights
  • Previous Part Number: 10064759

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Fame SC Fungicide- Dependable Protection from Foliar, Stem, and Root Diseases

Get reliable control from FMC with Fame Fungicide. This broad-spectrum, Group 11 fungicide starts working quickly to control an impressive list of soil-borne and foliar diseases. Reap the benefits of quicker uptake and even distribution, giving you a wider range of protection.

Break Free from Some of the Toughest Turfgrass Diseases with Fame Fungicide’s “Halo of Protection”

Fame SC Fungicide is an ideal fit as a foundation Strobilurin fungicide. It can be used alone or tank-mixed to control all major turfgrass diseases, including Anthracnose, Brown Patch, Zoysia Patch, Summer Patch, Gray Leaf Spot, and Pythium, while giving your ornamentals unmatched plant health benefits. Plus, Fame SC Fungicide is labeled for control of light-to-moderate infestation of Dollar Spot.  Its unique ‘halo of protection’ means quicker uptake and even distribution. Add in its 15-minute rainfastness, and you’ll understand why Fame SC fungicide is a standout solution amongst strobi fungicides.

How It Works:
Fame SC Fungicide works by interfering with respiration in plant-pathogenic fungi and is a potent inhibitor of spore germination and mycelial growth. The active ingredient, fluoxastrobin, moves rapidly into green tissue via translaminar and xylem movement. The molecular design of fluoxastrobin provides increased leaf systemicity and uniform leaf distribution. These features give it an advantage over other strobilurin fungicides. 

FMC’s line of Fame Fungicides offers value in strength, whether you use Fame SC, Fame granular fungicide, or Fame +T. These high-quality products give you-

  • Up to 28 days preventative control at the high rate
  • Fluoxastrobin has systemic action through xylem and translaminar movement to deliver thorough, fast-acting disease protection and resist further growth of established fungi

Fame SC Fungicide features-

  • Foliar spray or soil drench applications
  • Premium strobilurin protection at a competitive cost per 100 GAL.
  • Available in 16 FL OZ tip ’n’ measure bottle for convenience or 64 FL OZ jug
  • Rate: 1.0-8.0 FL OZ (spray) or 0.15-0.6 FL OZ (soil drench) per 100 GAL.

Active Ingredient: Fluoxastrobin

For Use On:

  • Landscape areas around residential, municipal, and commercial properties.
  • Field-grown ornamentals and ornamentals in greenhouses, interiorscapes, and other enclosed structures.
  • See Fame SC Fungicide label for complete list

Controls:

  • Anthracnose
  • Brown Patch
  • Dollar Spot
  • Pythium Blight
  • Pythium Root Rot, Damping Off
  • Rust
  • Snow Mold
  • Take-All Patch
  • See Fame Fungicide label for complete list

Tolerant Plants:

  • African Violet
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Dogwood
  • Petunia
  • Rose
  • Geranium
  • Begonia
  • Gerbera Daisy
  • Snapdragon
  • Coleus
  • Hollyhock
  • And over 20 more

Application:
Apply Fame™ SC Fungicide early in summer for broad-spectrum disease control, or in late July through August to target Pythium.

  • For foliar applications, apply Fame SC in sufficient water to ensure complete coverage of the target plant. Apply in enough water to wet the leaf surfaces to the point of drip.
  • For soil-borne diseases, use sufficient water to move the active ingredient into the crown and upper root zone.
  • Under conditions of high disease pressure, use the higher rates, the shortest application interval, or both.
  • Turf Application: 0.18-0.36 OZ/1,000 SQ FT (8-16 OZ/ACRE)

Fame SC Fungicide applications can be made to plants growing in containers, benches, flats, plugs, and beds in greenhouses, shadehouses, outdoor nurseries, field planting, retail nurseries, interiorscapes, residential, public, and commercial landscape areas.

Follow specific recommendations that limit the total number of sprays on turf and ornamentals and the required alternations with fungicides from other resistance management groups.

See Fame SC Fungicide label for complete application instructions.

Restrictions:
Do not apply more than 68.4 OZ ACRE/year or more than 16 OZ/application.
There is a maximum number of 4 applications per season and a minimum interval of 7 days between applications.
See label for complete restrictions.

Plant Safety:
Fame SC has been shown to be safe when applied to the ornamental plants listed on the Fame Fungicide label. However, due to the large number of genera, species, and varieties of ornamental and nursery plants, it is impossible to test every variety or cultivar for tolerance to Fame SC. Neither the manufacturer nor the seller has determined whether Fame SC can be used safely on genera, species, or varieties of ornamental and nursery plants not specified on the product label. The professional user should conduct small-scale testing to ensure plant safety before broad-scale commercial use on plant genera and species not listed in the Fame SC Fungicide label.

More Application Tips:

Broadcast Ground Sprayers- Thorough coverage is necessary to provide good disease control. Applications using sufficient water volume to provide thorough and uniform coverage give the most effective disease control.

Equip sprayers with nozzles that provide accurate and uniform application. Be sure that nozzles are the same size and uniformly spaced across the boom. Calibrate the sprayer before use. Use a pump with the capacity to: (1) maintain a minimum of 35 psi at nozzles and (2) provide sufficient agitation in the tank to keep the mixture in suspension (this requires recirculation of 10% of the tank volume per minute). Use jet agitators or a liquid sparge tube for vigorous agitation. Use screens to protect the pump and to prevent nozzles from clogging. Screens placed on the suction side of the pump should be 16-mesh or coarser. Do not place a screen in the recirculation line. Use 50-mesh screens at the nozzles. Check nozzle manufacturer’s recommendations. For information on spray equipment and calibration, consult sprayer manufacturer’s and state recommendations.

Sprinkler Irrigation Systems- Apply this product only through overhead sprinkler irrigation systems, including center pivot, microjet, wheel lines, lateral move, side roll, or overhead solid set irrigation systems. Do not apply this product through any other type of irrigation system. Reduced effectiveness in turf can result from non-uniform distribution of the treated irrigation water.

Foliar Application: Apply Fame fungicide in sufficient water to ensure complete coverage of the target plant. Apply in enough water to wet the leaf surfaces to the point of drip. Repeat applications at specified intervals if conditions for disease are favorable. Begin applications before disease development and continue throughout the season at specified intervals. Fame SC is most effective when applied before disease is widespread. Do not apply more than 4 applications per year.

Apply Fame SC at use rates of 1 – 4 OZ/100 GAL every 7 – 28 days. The addition of a non-ionic surfactant at the recommended use rates may enhance coverage on hard-to-wet plant foliage. Under light to moderate disease pressure, use the lower rates (1-2 OZ/100 GAL) on a 7 – 14-day interval or the higher rates (3 – 4 OZ/100 GAL) on a 14 – 28-day interval. Under environmental conditions which promote severe disease development, use the higher rates (3 – 4 OZ/100 GAL) on a 7 – 14-day interval. Use a spray volume of 100 – 400 GAL of solution per acre, depending on the size of the plants.

Drench, Crown, and Surface Spray Application: Fame SC may be applied to control soil-borne, seedling, and crown diseases of production ornamentals as a preventive, drench crown, or surface spray treatment prior to infection. Good coverage of the pre-infection area (root zone, root ball, crown, etc.) is necessary for satisfactory control. Make applications before infection as healthy roots are needed to optimize product uptake, systemic translocation, and disease protection.