CITRUS - RUST MITES AND CLOVER MITE
Liquid Sulfur Six is a flowable sulfur formulation that can be mixed with liquid fertilizers or water and applied by ground or air application. Consult your state or local extension specialist for additional treatment information.
Sulfur may cause injury if used improperly or under unfavorable weather conditions. During periods of high temperature Sulfur may burn foliage. Do not make Sulfur applications at such times.
NOTE: Sulfur will cause severe fruit and leaf injury to sulfur-sensitive crops. Do not apply or allow to drift to apricots, d'Anjou and Comice pears, cranberries, cucurbits (cucumber, cantaloupes, melons, squash), filberts, spinach, tung trees, walnuts or other sensitive plants.
DO NOT USE WITHIN FOUR (4) WEEKS OF AN OIL SPRAYING. SULFUR IS HIGHLY CORROSIVE, AND EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE CLEANED THOROUGHLY AFTER EACH DAY'S SPRAYING.
DIRECTIONS FOR MIXING BEFORE USING, STIR UNTIL SMOOTH Pour recommended amount in partially filled spray tank. Keep agitator running during filling and spraying operation. DO NOT ALLOW MIXTURE TO STAND. Failure to maintain agitation will cause Liquid Sulfur Six to settle and may necessitate manual stirring to redisperse.
WHEN GROWING CROPS FOR PROCESSING, CONSULT THE PROCESSOR BEFORE APPLYING SULFUR.
Unless otherwise specified for specific crops, dosage rates are given as pints of Liquid Sulfur Six per 100 gallons water for use in a thorough coverage spray. The total amount of Liquid Sulfur Six per acre should be 2 to 4 gallons depending on the size of trees. Because of variations in the types of spray equipment used, a range of low and high rates is listed. For high-volume sprayers (output 800 to 1000 gallons spray per acre) use the low rate; for low-volume sprayers (output 20 to 300 gallons spray per acre) use the high rate.
DO NOT APPLY THIS PRODUCT THROUGH ANY TYPE OF IRRIGATION SYSTEM.
CITRUS: ORANGES, LIME, GRAPEFRUIT, LEMONS, TANGELOS, AND TANGERINES
To control Rust Mites, Clover Mite - Use 3/4 to 4 1/2 pints. Apply spray November thru May.