HOME ORCHARDS, VINEYARDS, OR FRUIT TREES - PLUMS / PRUNES
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State Specific Restrictions:
The state of Arizona has not approved this product for use on agricultural sites. Do not use this product on uses considered by the Arizona statutes to be agricultural uses.
Quali-Pro Myclobutanil 20EW T&O fungicide is a systemic, protectant, and curative fungicide for the control of specific diseases listed on the label in established turfgrass (including but not limited to residential and commercial lawns, ornamental turf, grounds, or lawns around business and office complexes, and golf course fairways, roughs, tee boxes, and greens), landscape ornamentals, greenhouse and nursery ornamentals, apples, stone fruit, and grapes. Optimum disease control is achieved when the fungicide is applied in a regularly scheduled preventative spray program.
Carefully read and follow label directions including recommended use rates and restrictions. For proper application, determine the size of the area to be treated, the recommended label use rate, and the gallonage to be applied to the area. Prepare only the amount of spray solution required to treat the measured area. Careful calibration of spray equipment is recommended prior to use.
GENERAL USE DIRECTIONS FOR HOME ORCHARDS, VINEYARDS, OR FRUIT TREES
Best control of labeled diseases is achieved when Quali-Pro Myclobutanil 20EW T&O is applied on a 7- to 10-day application schedule. Application equipment spray nozzles should be adjusted to apply a uniform spray throughout the entire tree canopy.
Dilute (thorough coverage) applications are recommended and are based on the amount of spray solution required to thoroughly wet plants to the point of runoff. Refer to use directions for specific tree fruits and vines to determine actual use rate per 100 gallons of spray for control of labeled diseases. The following specific use directions are based on a dilute spray volume of 300 gallons per acre.
- Based on dilute spray volume of 300 gallons per acre.
Begin application at green tip before infection occurs. If conditions are favorable for disease development, apply again at full bloom and petal fall.