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    Isagro-USA
    SnapshotID: 49514

    Active ingredients

    Copper HydroxideCopper Oxychloride

    Classification

    M1

    Fungicide

    Registration

    EPA:80289-12

    Pests

    CankerAlternaria DiseasesAnthracnoseBitter RotBlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightBlightStem BlightTwig BlightTwig BlightBlotchPurple BlotchSooty BlotchBotrytis DiseasesBud BlightBull's Eye RotBacterial CankerCollar RotColletotrichum DiseasesLeaf CurlDiebackDiebackEarly BlightFoot RotBrooks Fruit SpotHelminthosporium DiseasesLeaf BlightLeaf Spot, CercosporaBlack Leaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, SeptoriaDowny MildewPowdery MildewGray MoldNeedlecastPhomopsis DiseasesBlightBrown Blossom RotBlack RotBrown RotCrown RotFruit RotRustWhite RustScabLeaf ScorchBacterial SpeckBlack SpotBrown SpotFlower SpotLeaf SpotGummy Stem BlightTip BlightStem BlightNeedle BlightBacterial BlastBlue MoldHalo BlightZonate Leaf SpotNeedlecastAngular Leaf SpotPeacock Spot/Leaf SpotBlack PittingEuropean CankerFire BlightMelanoseYellow RustBlight/Late BlightLate BlightShotholePod SpotCane SpotEarly BlightShoot BlightGray Leaf MoldStem RustBlight, WalnutPink DiseaseIron SpotLeaf SpotBlack RotBlack PodPink PittingCoffee Berry DiseaseBacterial BlightLeaf RustPseudomonas DiseasePseudomonas DiseaseErwinia DiseaseBall MossSpanish MossBacterial Leaf SpotSpot BlotchBacterial Leaf SpotBacterial Leaf SpotRed AlgaeShuck and Kernal RotLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, CherryLeaf SpotRed Leaf SpotBlight, PseudomonasEastern Filbert BlightTar Leaf SpotTwig BlightBud RotBacterial Leaf BlightAlgal Leaf SpotLeaf SpotBrown RotBrown SpotCitrus CankerBud RotBacterial Fruit BlotchBlight, FilbertBacterial Soft RotBacterial Leaf SpotPanicle BlightSigatoka, BlackRose BloomBacterial Stem CankerTip BlightBlossom BlastShoot BlastBacterial BlightBacterial Leaf SpotFlower RotNeedle BlightCommon BlightFungal Leaf SpotBlack KnotAlgal SpotSpot, SeptoriaRaceme BlightGreasy SpotBacterial SpotBlight, BotrytisHead Blight, FusariumLeaf BlotchLeaf Blotch, SeptoriaLeaf SpotGlume BlotchBacterial SpotBacterial Stalk RotBacterial BlightPhytophtora diseasesLeaf Spot, AlternariaSigatoka, YellowLeaf SpotLeaf RotFoliage Blight, RhizoctoniaTwig Dieback, PhomopsisLeaf Blight, SeptoriaBlight, AlternariaLeaf Spot, OliveLeaf SpotOlive KnotApple ScabCitron (Wild Watermelon)

    Sites

    AlfalfaAlmondAppleApricotAsparagusAtemoyaAvocadoBananaBarleyBean, GreenBean, Dry (All Types)Beet, SugarBlueberry (All Types)BoysenberryBroccoliBrussels SproutsCabbageCabbage, Chinese (Unspecified)CantaloupeCarrotMelon, CasabaCauliflowerCeleriac/Celery RootCeleryCherryCherry, Sour/TartChestnutChiveCitron, Citrus, NonbearingCloverCoffeeCorn, FieldCorn, PopCorn, SweetCranberryCucumberCurrantDillEggplantEscaroleFilbertGarlicGinsengGooseberryGrapeGrapefruitMustard GreensGuavaCilantroHopsKaleKiwiKohlrabiKumquatLeekLemonLettuce, HeadLettuce, LeafLimeLoganberryMacadamia NutMangoMelon, CitronMelon, HoneydewMillet (Grain)MintMelon, MuskmelonNectarineOatOkraOliveOnionOrangePapayaParsleyPassionfruitPeaPeachPeanutPearPecanPepper, ChiliPersimmonPistachioPlantainPlumPrunePummeloPumpkinQuinceRadishRaspberryRhubarbRutabagaRyeSapote, MameyShallot/EschalotSoybeanSpinachSquashSquash, SummerSquash, WinterStrawberrySugarcaneTangerineTangeloTomatoTurnipTurnip GreensWalnutWatercressWatermelonWaxgourd, Chinese/Chinese Preserving MelonWheatCherimoyaCorianderChayote (Unspecified)Corn, For SeedStarfruitApple, CustardNutmegTomato, For ProcessingCocoa/CacaoSorghumBeet, TableMarionberryBeet, Table, GreensPepper (All Types)Pepper, Bell/GreenTomato, Fresh MarketPotatoesBlackberry, AuroraBlackberry, CascadeBlackberry, Chehalem Blackberry, SantiamBlackberry, Thornless EvergreenCollard GreensChardBrambleCucumberEggplantFruit, Citrus, Non-bearingLily-of-the-valley Bush /Andromeda, JapaneseArborvitaeAsterAzaleaBeech /BeechnutBegonia, WaxBoxwoodUmbrella Tree, AustralianCamellia, Common/JapaneseCamellia, SasanquaCamphor TreeCannaCarnationCedarCherry, NankingChrysanthemum, CutCotoneasterCrabappleCypressCypress, LeylandDahlia, Common GardenDelphiniumDogwood, FloweringDogwood, Chinese/KousaDracaena, TricolorDumb CaneDusty-millerEuonymousFern, BostonFern, HollyFig, Weeping/LaurelFilbertFirFir, DouglasHawthorn, CrataegusHawthorn, IndianHibiscusRose-of-Sharon /AlthaeaHollyHoneysuckle, TatarianIrisIvy, EnglishIvy, AlgerianIvy, GrapeJuniperLilacLily, EasterLily, PlantainLindenLocust, HoneyLoquat, JapaneseMagnolia, SouthernMapleMarigoldNarcissusNephthytisOakOak, LiveOleander, CommonOregon GrapePachysandraPalm, European/Mediterranean FanPalm, ParlorPansyGeranium /StorksbillPeonyPeriwinklePeriwinkle, Madagascar/RosePhloxPhotinia, Fraser/Red TipPineRhododendronRoseSnapdragon, CommonSpireaSpruceSycamoreTrees, ShadeTrees, NurseryTrees, OrnamentalTulipVerbenaVioletWillowYewYuccaAdam's NeedleZinniaMulberry, White/WeepingOak, LaurelChinese EvergreenMountain AshPalm, QueenPalm, Washington/FanRosemaryPowderpuffGolden-rain Tree /Varnish TreeImpatiensGladiolusTallow Tree, ChineseElm, ChineseBay, LoblollyMandevillaPentas, Egyptian StarLitchiSweet BayAralia, FalsePistachio, ChineseBougainvilleaPothosMulberry, ContortedArtichokePalm, DateEndiveSpathe FlowerPhotinia, Red TipPlum, FloweringViolaEchinaceaIxoraDianthusPhilodendronMagnolia, OrientalPentas spp.Lantana, LargeleafGardeniaPeach, FloweringPEAR, FLOWERING
    Restrictions

    Available for use in the following states

    Available

    Not available

    Warning
    Product safety

    Protections

    Early entry
    Coveralls over long-sleeved shirt and long pants Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks Chemical-resistant headgear if overhead exposure Protective eyewear (goggles, safety glasses, or face shield)
    Personal Protection
    Long-sleeved shirt and long pants Shoes plus socks Protective eyewear (goggles, safety glasses, or face shield) Chemical-resistant gloves such as Natural Rubber
    Restricted Entry Interval
    24 hours for greenhouse uses 48 hours for all other applications without required PPE

    Precautions

    May be exposed to direct sunlight

    Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

    Should not be stored in a damp place

    Should not be stored in a warm place

    May be frozen

    Supplemental Labels
    • For Suppression of Aerial Stem Rot on Potato (ID, WA, OR)
    • For Suppression of Brown Spot on Potato (ID, OR, WA)
    • For Use on Potato for Suppression of Brown Spot (CO, KS, NE, NM, NV, WY)
    • For Suppression of Brown Spot on Potato (TX)