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Headline Fungicide

Headline Fungicide

Headline® fungicide helps growers control diseases and improve overall Plant Health. That means potentially higher yields, better ROI and, ultimately, better profits. And that means more than just money in the bank. It can help secure a family's future, fund a college education, finance an equipment upgrade or maybe buy just a bit more of a vacation for the whole family. Perhaps that's why Headline fungicide is the nation's leading fungicide.

How Headline Fungicide Works

Headline fungicide is a fast-acting, broad-spectrum fungicide that delivers a high level of activity on more than 50 major diseases that can threaten yield and crop quality. Headline fungicide helps prevent diseases and provides protection for more than 90 crops, including corn, soybeans and wheat.

Not only does Headline fungicide provide excellent disease control, it actually promotes improved Plant Health. The unique chemistry of its active ingredient, F500®, enables more efficient nitrogen uptake, more robust plant growth and better stress tolerance to heat, hail, wind and drought. Ultimately, this means healthier plants and higher yield potential.

Growers who use Headline fungicide for disease control report more vigorous plant growth and stress tolerance advantages such as better standability and improved harvest efficiency — helping to reduce losses and improve ROI.

Applied in-furrow

Applied in-furrow on corn, Headline® fungicide helps control soilborne Rhizoctonia solani while providing Plant Health benefits, including healthier, more vigorous roots. In addition, it helps improve seedling health and allows for more rapid and uniform emergence — even under cold and wet conditions. Plus the EC formulation can be tank-mixed with a liquid fertilizer for easy application.

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Labeled Crops

Labeled Crops Barley, citrus fruit, corn (all types), cotton, dried shelled peas and beans, edible podded legume vegetables, grass grown for seed, mint, oats, oilseed crops (flax, rapeseed, and sunflower), peanut, pecan, rye, soybean, succulent shelled peas and beans, sugar beet, tuberous and corm vegetables (includes potato), wheat, and triticale

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Common Questions

Problems Controlled

Cereal Crops (Barley, Oats, Rye, Wheat and Triticale):
Black point
Crown rust
Leaf rust
Leaf spot
Net blotch
Powdery mildew
Scald
Septoria leaf and
glume blotch
Spot blotch
Stem rust
Stripe rust
Tan spot
Citrus:
Alternaria brown spot
Anthracnose
Black spot
Greasy spot
Melanose
Post-bloom fruit drop
Scab
Corn:
Anthracnose
Eyespot
Gray leaf spot
Northern corn leaf blight
Northern corn leaf spot
Physoderma brown spot
Rust
Rust, southern
Southern corn leaf blight
Yellow leaf blight
Dried Shelled Peas and Beans (except soybean):
Alternaria leaf spot
Alternaria pod spot
Anthracnose
Ascochyta blight
Asian soybean rust
Cercospora leaf spot
Downy mildew
Mycosphaerella blight
Powdery mildew
Rust
Edible Podded Legume Vegetables:
Alternaria leaf spot
Alternaria pod spot
Anthracnose
Ascochyta blight
Asian soybean rust
Cercospora leaf spot
Downy mildew
Mycosphaerella blight
Powdery mildew
Rust
Grasses Grown for Seed:
Powdery mildew*
Rust
Mint:
Leaf spot
Powdery mildew
Rust
Peanuts:
Cylindrocladium black rot
Early and late leaf spot
Pepperspot
Rhizoctonia limb rot
Rhizoctonia peg rot
Rhizoctonia pod rot
Rust
Sclerotinia blight*
Sclerotium rot
Southern blight
Southern stem rot
Web blotch
White mold
Pecans:
Pecan Scab
Potatoes:
Black dot
Early blight
Late blight
Powdery mildew
White mold*
Soybeans:
Alternaria leaf spot
Anthracnose
Asian soybean rust
Brown spot
Cercosporo blight
Frogeye leaf spot
Pod and stem blight
Rhizoctonia aerial blight
Southern blight*
Succulent Shelled Peas and Beans:
Alternaria leaf spot
Alternaria pod spot
Anthracnose
Ascochyta blight
Asian soybean rust
Cercospora leaf spot
Downy mildew
Mycosphaerella blight
Powdery mildew
Rust
Sugar Beets:
Cercospora leaf spot
Powdery mildew
Tuberous & Corm Vegetables (other than potatoes):
Downy mildew
Leaf spot
Powdery mildew
Rust
Wheat:
Black Point
Leaf Rust
Powdery Mildew
Septoria leaf and glume blotch
Spot blotch
Stem Rust
Stripe Rust
Tan Spot
Oilseed Crops (rapeseed, flax seed and sunflower):
Flax Pasmo (Septoria linicola)
Rapeseed (Canola)
Blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans)
Blackspot (Alternaria spp.)
Sunflower Alternaria leaf spot, boll rot (Alternaria spp.)
Cercospora leaf spot (Cercospora helianthi)
Downy mildew (Plasmopara halstedii)
Powdery mildew (Erysiphe cichoracearum)
Rust (Puccinia helianthi, Uromyces spp.)
Septoria leaf spot (Septoria spp.)
White rust (Albugo tragopogonis)
Cotton:
Alternaria leaf spot, boll rot (Alternaria spp.)
Anthracnose, boll rot (Glomerella spp.)
Asochyta blight, boll rot (Asochyta spp.)
Cercospora blight and leaf spot (Cercospora spp.)
Diplodia boll rot (Diplodia spp.)
Hard lock, boll rot (Fusarium spp.)
Phoma blight, boll rot (PHoma spp.)
Rust (Puccinia spp., Phykopsora spp.)
Stemphyllium leaf spot (Stemphyllium spp.)
* Supression only

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