FIELD CROPS (PEANUTS)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
FORTUNA Fungicide is a broad-spectrum fungicide for use on outdoor and greenhouse-grown crops and ornamentals. A regularly scheduled preventative spray program will provide optimal control. An agricultural surfactant labeled for use with fungicides will enhance performance by providing a more uniform foliar coverage, and enhanced fungicide retention during wet weather.
Use Rate Determination
- Read and follow all label use rates and restrictions.
- When two pesticides are tank mixed, observe the more restrictive label conditions.
- Do not tank mix with any product which prohibits tank mixing.
- Use minimum label rates under low disease pressure. Use maximum label rates and the minimum interval under severe or threatening disease conditions.
- Calibrate spray equipment prior to use. Determine the number of acres to be treated, the required application rate and the volume to be applied per acre. Prepare only the amount of spray solution required to treat the intended acreage.
- When applied by hand sprayers, 1 pound FORTUNA per 100 gallons per acre is equivalent to 1 level tablespoon per gallon spray solution.
All aerial and ground application equipment must be properly maintained and calibrated using appropriate carriers or surrogates.
Spray volume: Aerial applications are to be made in a minimum of two (2) gallons of water per acre. On vegetable and field crops, 2 to 3 gallons of spray per acre are generally optimum; orchards and vineyards can be handled with spray volumes of 5 gallons per acre. Some tall or dense foliage crops requiring greater penetration to the lower leaf surface will require higher spray volumes. Do not apply this product in fewer than 5 gallons spray volume per acre in California.
FORTUNA is a broad-spectrum fungicide. Scout crops on a weekly basis If not applied on a routine protectant spray schedule.
Apply fungicide at the required label use rate and spray schedule, at the first sign of disease, report of disease in the area, or during environmental conditions favorable for disease development.
Read the entire label; understand and follow all use restrictions prior to using FORTUNA.
Where EBDC Products Used Allow the Same Maximum Poundage of Active Ingredient Per Acre Per Season: If more than one product containing an EBDC active ingredient (maneb, mancozeb, or metiram) is used on a crop during the same growing season and the EBDC products used allow the same maximum amount in pounds of active ingredient per acre per season, then the total pounds active ingredient of all such EBDC products used must not exceed any one of the specified individual EBDC product maximum seasonal pounds of active ingredient allowed per acre.
Where EBDC Products Used Allow Different Maximum Poundage of Active Ingredient Per Acre Per Season: If more than one product containing an EBDC active ingredient is used on a crop during the same growing season and the EBDC products used allow different maximum poundage of active ingredient per acre per season, then the total poundage of all such EBDC products used must not exceed the lowest specified individual EBDC product maximum seasonal poundage of active ingredient allowed per acre.
In addition to the maximum number of foliar applications permitted by the formula stated above, a single application for seed treatment may be made on crops, which have registered seed treatment uses.
FIELD CROPS (PEANUTS)
Start applications when disease first appears or is reported in area. Repeat sprays at 7- to 14-day intervals. Reduce sprays to a 7 day interval during humid weather.
Do not feed treated vines to livestock.