Bumper 625 is a broad spectrum fungicide containing 625 g/L of the active ingredient Propiconazole. It is specifically registered for the control of Spring Dead Spot and Dollar Spot in a range of turf management situations and the control of stem rust and Blind Seed Disease in Perennial Ryegrass situations as well as Rust in Boronia grown in ornamental situations.
- Possesses both Curative & Preventative Activity
- Systemic movement in the plant providing up to 28 days control
- Concentrated form of Propiconazole. Highest load available in the market
- Excellent Residual performance that protects the plant from the inside out
- Ideal for treating sports fields, fairways, larger turf areas
For Best Results:
Turf application- For foliar based turf diseases, spray when conditions are warm and humid. Re-apply treatments at 14-28 day intervals if conditions continue to favour disease development. Use rates towards the lower end of the range as a preventative program and against light infection. Use rates towards the higher end of the range and shorter intervals as a preventative or curative treatment when conditions are highly favourable for disease activity.
For Spring Dead Spot, apply as a soil drench and water in immediately, ensuring thorough movement into the rootzone. Spray in January to March, after renovation and recovery of active growth. Make a second application one month later where infection is severe. It is best not to renovate treated greens until active growth has recommenced in Spring. DO NOT spray in the Spring/Summer period prior to renovation. Bumper may cause bleaching of the grass after application in late Summer/Autumn and also produce a greening effect in the following Spring. Couch may be slow to recommence active growth in the Spring, particularly in cooler regions. These effects should be allowed to grow out before treating again.
Ornamental application- Apply 2 to 5 applications at 10 to 14 day intervals during the main disease period. Use the lower rate when application is made protectively before disease occurs. Use the higher rate when the disease is first observed and when the minimum number of applications are applied.