MACADAMIA - ANTHRACNOSE

General Information

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION

PREVISTO may be applied as a ground dilute, ground concentrate, aerial dilute, or aerial concentrate spray unless specifically directed otherwise in the specific crop use directions.

Application: Depending on the equipment used and the specific crop, the spray volume per acre will differ. Complete spray coverage is essential to assure optimum performance from PREVISTO. The volume of water needed will depend on the spray equipment and the size of the crops. Use in sufficient water to provide thorough coverage. Metal piping or equipment used for application should be brass or stainless steel. While volume is important in obtaining full spray coverage, often factors such as foliage density, environmental conditions and sprayer calibrations, have a greater impact. Always be sure that sprayers are calibrated to the sprayer equipment manufacturer’s specifications and environmental conditions are within those recommended by state and local regulatory authorities.

Consult the PREVISTO label crop sections for specific rates and timing. Where application rates are provided in a range (2 to 4 quarts), the higher rates are recommended when disease pressure is high or when treating a more susceptible variety.
Under heavy disease pressure or when conditions favor such, use the higher rates and shorter interval specified for each crop.

Plant Safety: Phytotoxicity – PREVISTO has been tested on a wide variety of plants without phytotoxicity symptoms. However, because it is not possible to test all plant species, varieties and cultivars and because environmental factors and varietal stage of growth will vary, unacceptable phytotoxicity may occur. If you are unsure of the phytotoxicity potential of using PREVISTO on your crop it is recommended that a small group of test plants be treated at the anticipated dosage rate and observed for 5 to 7 days to deter mine phytotoxicity before treating large numbers of those plants.

Use of PREVISTO on Comice and D’Anjou pears is not recommended due to a high potential for unacceptable phytotoxicity to fruit and foliage.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

COMMENTS

Begin applications at first sign of flowering and repeat on a weekly schedule until just before harvest. Apply in sufficient water for thorough coverage.

Restricted Entry Interval

48 hours