Artavia 2SC Fungicide

Azoxystrobin Calculator

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Written By: Mark Marino

a Massachusetts Core Applicator License holder and owner/operator of Lawn Phix,

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Need help calculating the amount of Azoxy 2SC or Artavia 2SC? This Azoxystrobin Calculator takes the guesswork out and calculates the exact amount of Azoxystrobin lawn fungicide you need for your lawn and landscape.

Select the target fungus or disease in the first dropdown. Then select the Low or High Rates. Then your total square footage and click the ‘Calculate’ button.

Note: These calculators are specific to 2SC Azoxystrobin products containing 22.9% azoxystrobin. Other fungicides such as Strobe 50WDG contain 50% Azoxystrobin, so the calculations on this page are not intended for this or other products.

Use this calculator below to target Snow Mold fungus only. However, we recommend using Propiconazole 14.3 over Azoxystrobin for snow mold prevention.

Azoxystrobin Fungicide Labels

Azoxy 2SC Select Label

Artavia 2SC Label

Azoxystrobin FAQs

What FRAC Group is Azoxystrobin ? (Fungicide Class)

Azoxystrobin is FRAC Group 11.

What is Azoxystrobin used for?

Azoxystrobin is a broad spectrum systemic fungicide that is used to help prevent and cure fungus and diseases – such as brown patch and leaf spot disease – in residential lawns, golf courses, ornamentals and landscape.

What are the application rates for Azoxystrobin (2SC)?

The general app rates are between 0.38-0.77 fluid ounces per gallon per 1,000 sq. ft. of turf, applied every 14-28 days respectively.

Can I use Azoxystrobin and Propiconazole fungicides together?

Azoxystrobin (FRAC Group 11) and Propiconazole (FRAC Group 3) are great fungicides to use in rotation with one another. If one fungicide is used consecutively and too frequently, funguses can develop a tolerance or resistance to the fungicide. This is why propiconazole and azoxystrobin are popular choices for lawn care programs.

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Author: Mark Marino
My name is Mark Marino, and I am the founder, owner, and operator of Lawn Phix. With a passion for lawn care and turf nutrition for over a decade, I've dedicated countless hours to correcting soil and perfecting lawns. Today, my expertise, backed by formal courses at UMass Extension Pesticide Education, allows me to offer top-tier lawn care services and advice. I am a fully licensed and insured lawn care applicator in Massachusetts, specializing in comprehensive turf nutrition, weed control, and lawn pest control. My license number is AL-0053865. Contact me at [email protected] or +1 (508) 500-8402.