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Adama Triumph 240 (Fungicide)

Adama Triumph 240 (Fungicide)

Triumph® is a targeted Pythium fungicide containing 240 g/L of the active ingredient Metalaxyl-M. It is specifically registered for  the control of Pythium Leaf Blight, Pythium Root Rot and Damping Off in all turf management situations.

Triumph® is a micro emulsion (ME) formulation. It has minimal odour because the product does not contain petroleum solvents. As a result, Triumph® mixes completely with water and may be tank mixed with many commonly used fungicides and liquid fertilisers. 



  • Micro-emulsion, turf  specific formulation
  • Registered to control all forms of Pythium diseases in turf
  • Rapid movement into by the plant
  • Readily taken up by all green plant parts as well as roots
  • Safe for use on young seedlings.



  • Minimal odour, mixes completely with water, good tank mix flexibility
  • Controls Pythium Leaf Blight, Pythium Root Rot and Seedling Damping Off
  • Can be within the plant in as quickly as 30 minutes
  • Can be taken into the plant regardless of how damaged the root system is due to Pythium attack
  • Can be safely used for Seedling Damping Off situations.


Key Targets

  • Pythium Leaf Blight
  • Pythium Root Rot



ADAMA is a leading global crop protection company, providing solutions to combat weeds, insects and disease, so farmers can do what they do best: feed and clothe the world.



Centaur Asia Pacific is the distributor for Adama range of products in Hong Kong, Macau, Vietnam, Singapore, and Malaysia.

Updated on: 29 April 2022

Active Ingredient

Metalaxyl-M, 240g/L


Formulation Type

ME - Micro Emulsion


Mode of action


Metalaxyl-M, the active Ingredient in Triumph®, is a systemic fungicide which is rapidly taken up by the green plant parts (within 30 minutes), and transported upwards (acropetally) in the plant’s vascular system to leaf tips. It provides control of fungi from within the plant, inhibiting fungal growth and reproduction, and protects new growth produced after application.