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Has anyone used Bayleton on shady lawns to regulate top growth in order to encourage more lateral growth and root growth. Anyone heard of this?
 

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I'm not exactly sure how it is that Bayleton is supposed to act like Primo. That's a new one to me ... I can say, for what it's worth, that what you're describing can be done with Primo.
 

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Actually the reason you have probably heard this is because bayleton is a sterol inhibitor type fungi. This class which also includes banner Maxx can cause some growth regulator qualities if over used. I have seen this in roses and it is very common on golf greens. primo however would be the better choice to obtain the results you are wanting.
 
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