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Quali-Pro launches new fungicide

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Enclave is formulated to eliminate powdery mildew, black spot and blight.

| February 25, 2013

PASADENA, Texas – Quali-Pro, a division of Control Solutions Inc., has launched Enclave, a fungicide in North America featuring Quad-Control Technology to control turf and ornamental diseases.

Quad-Control Technology, which was developed by Quali-Pro and is unique to Enclave, offers turf managers and horticulturists disease control through multiple modes of action. Eclave’s synergistic formulation prevents and controls disease through multi-site activity that prevents diseases both at the point of contact and systemically in the plant.

“As a North American first, Quali-Pro’s Enclave fungicide is a powerful new weapon in the war on fungal diseases for both turf and ornamentals,” said Jerry Corbett, Quali-Pro product management and development manager. “ENCLAVE fungicide offers disease protection and prevention on your turf and ornamentals through unforeseen stresses all season long.”

ENCLAVE has been formulated to eliminate disease pathogens ranging from anthracnose to brown patch to snow mold on turf to a broad range of ornamental diseases, including powdery mildew, black spot on roses, and blight. Registered and approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ENCLAVE is labeled for golf courses and landscape ornamentals to provide resistance management year round.

“Preventative programs save you money by correcting issues before they start. If you do not implement resistance management and a problem arises, the corrective measures needed are often times more expensive than managing control of your plants from the start,” said Corbett. “At Quali-Pro, we are providing golf course superintendents, professional turf managers and horticulturists with products like ENCLAVE that deliver an industry-leading combination of quality and value.”
 

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