Safer® Brand Garden Fungicide, 32 fl oz RTU, Specifications
- Use on roses, flowers, foliage plants, ornamentals, beans, peas and strawberries
- Controls and kills powdery mildew, black spot, and rust
- OMRI Listed® and compliant for use in organic gardening
- Can be used up until the day before harvest
What's in the Box:
- 1 bottle
- 32 fl oz RTU spray
- Contains sulfur (0.4%) as active ingredient
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateGood product, works great, not for newly rooted plants
Product works great! Nothing to mix or measure, easy and simple use. Very efficient. Would not recommend for newly rooted roses or for roses establishing new growth. Otherwise it works great and will keep black spot and fungus under control.
- All About
All About...Plant Diseases
Numerous strains of fungi are commonly referred to as Powdery Mildew. Since this disease removes essential nutrients from the plant, leaves may become yellow, stunted or drop off prematurely.
Roses, especially hybrid tea roses, are highly susceptible to this infectious fungal disease. Black spots, as the name implies, will appear on the leaves, followed by a yellowing surrounding the spots.
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Safer® Brand Garden Fungicide, Spray
Controls Powdery Mildew, Black Spot, and Rust on flowers, fruit, and vegetables
Directions for Use:
SHAKE WELL before use.
For coverage, see individual applications. Spray plants thoroughly to wet the upper and lower surfaces of foliage. Repeat as recommended.
SHAKE WELL before use.
To control powdery mildew, leaf spot, and rust on FLOWERS, FOLIAGE PLANTS AND ORNAMENTALS, spray at 7 to 10 day intervals or as needed.
To control powdery mildew, black spot and rust on ROSES, spray at 7 to 10 day intervals following rain, or as needed. Be sure to treat new growth and buds. Avoid spraying when plants are in full sun or temperature exceeds 85 degrees F.
To control powdery mildew on BEANS AND PEAS, spray at first sign of disease and repeat at 7day intervals as necessary. May be used up to day before harvest.
To control powdery mildew on STRAWBERRIES, spray at first sign of disease infestation. Repeat at 3 week intervals. Do not use on strawberries that will be used for canning. May be used up to the day before harvest.
- Some plants are susceptible to injury from sulfur under certain climatic conditions.
- Do not apply on Boston fern, spinach, apricot, filberts, walnuts, and viburnum.
- Do not apply when temperature exceeds 85 degrees F.
- Do not apply for at least 4 weeks following application of an oil spray.
- Avoid contact with plants until spray has dried.
Storage and Disposal:
Storage: Store only in original container in a cool, dry area inaccessible to children and pets. Protect from freezing and heat. Keep container tightly closed to prevent evaporation.
Disposal: Empty Non-refillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. Place in trash or offer for recycling if available. If Partly Filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.
Plant Disease Control - FAQs
Q: How do I know if my plant is being attacked by an insect or a disease?
A: If it’s an insect, the plant may have holes in its leaves. Turn the leaves over and you may see theinsects themselves clustered on the underside of the leaves. You may also see and feel a stickysubstance if it’s an insect because the insect will leave a secretion on the plant.
Q: My pumpkins' leaves have white powder on them. What is it? How do I getrid of it?
A: It sounds like you are talking about powdery mildew. There are fungicides,such as Safer® Brand Garden Fungicide, on the market that can workeffectively in controlling powdery mildew. More»
Q: How do I get rid of anthracnose on my dogwood tree?
A: The best way to control anthracnose includes several measures. Starting with varieties that areresistant to disease, especially anthracnose. Be sure to prune the tree during the dormant seasonby removing dead branches. More»
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