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Southern Blight Cure?

I have been seeing in various nursery magazines an ad for a new product 
called Contrast by Scotts.  They are calling it a systemic fungicide.  I 
called them today to inquire about it, and they say it will be out October 1 
of this year.  It is a wettable powder. They also faxed me a copy of the 
technical information brochure and I quote:
"Flutonlanil" (the active ingredient) "is a fungicide with a unique spectrum 
of control specific to basidiomycetes.  It has show excellent management of 
Rhizoctonia, Sclerotium rolfsii and Rust diseases at low concentrations."  
They also say, "Flutolanil is suitable for soil and foliar application of all 
ornamental crop types for control of basidomycete diseases." 
     Maybe someone more knowledgeable about chemicals and their labels can 
translate this for us, but it sounds to me like this could be a real help to 
us Hostaphiles.  This is the first fungicide I have seen specifically labeled 
for Sclertium rolfsii on ornamentals - and it is systemic!!!!  Should we be 
excited or not????
Bev Stegeman
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