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BASF Championship Conditions: Outside the Ropes

August 27, 2018 | Categories: ,
Pillar G, Freehand, PT Alpine

BASF offers some of the best fungicides on the market for golf courses and lawn care. BASF also offers an innovative lineup of herbicides, fungicides, and insecticides for effective weed, disease and insect control around clubhouse grounds and what we consider “outside the ropes.” This ensures that the perimeters of the property are kept in the same championship conditions as the golf course or lawns.

I have included 3 products in our portfolio that are specifically designed for managing horticultural areas:

Pillar G– The product contains 2 modes of action, Insignia and Trinity fungicide in a granular form. This combination of two highly effective active ingredients delivers excellent disease control on numerous diseases problems that challenge turf managers today. These diseases include dollar spot, anthracnose, patch diseases (brown patch, large patch, take-all patch, summer patch), snow molds, and leaf spots. I recommend using this product around clubhouse lawns because it is a granular product and can get into smaller areas that are hard to spray. Also great for home lawns and when conditions don’t allow a sprayer to be on the golf course.

Freehand 1.75G– Granular pre-emergent herbicide that provides broad-spectrum control of grassy and broadleaf weeds in landscapes beds. This product contains 2 modes of action and over 10 weeks of activity including control of crabgrass, yellow nutsedge, and all spurges.

PT Alpine– This pressurized fly bait eliminates flies quickly and lasts up to 30 days. This product is ideal for clubhouse outdoor eating areas, trash cans, dumpster areas, break rooms, and anywhere fly are a nuisance. This products is odorless and colorless and comes pre-mixed in an aerosol can.

I hope that you find this useful and these products are great add-on products for other solutions other than the golf course. Happy Selling!

Gary Myers, CGCS
Senior Sales Specialist II (Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio)