CHRYSANTHEMUM - PRESTICK DIP TREATMENT
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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.
SPECIFIC USE DIRECTIONS FOR CHRYSANTHEMUM
Prestick Dip Treatment: Chrysanthemum cuttings may be treated by a dip procedure prior to planting as follows: Prepare a dip suspension at a concentration equivalent to 8 fluid ounces of Quali-Pro Myclobutanil 20EW T&O per 100 gallons of water. Cuttings must be fully submerged in the dip suspension until wet throughout. (Cuttings should not remain submersed longer than 2 minutes.)
If cuttings are dipped, this procedure will represent the first spray under the quarantine program. Used dip suspension should be disposed of if it becomes contaminated with soil, plant debris, or other foreign matter. Used dip suspension can be disposed of by spraying onto registered crops (but not onto previously dipped cuttings) after filtering or in a manner consistent with local, state, and federal guidelines.
NOTE: All infected plant material must be destroyed if your state is under quarantine directive.
NOTE: Not approved for use in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York.