Some fruits and other plants are susceptible to injury from sulphur under certain climatic conditions. The user is advised not to use sulphur on any crop unless local use has proved that sulphur does not damage crops in that locality. Sulphur may burn foliage when the temperature is high (90°or above). Do not make sulphur applications on Eastern American type grapes, spinach, apricots, or other sulphur susceptible plants. Do not make applications within two weeks before or after an oil spray.
For light to moderate infestations use lower amount recommended. For moderate to heavy infestations use higher of recommended amounts. Use enough water to insure adequate coverage.
WHEN GROWING CROPS FOR PROCESSING, CONSULT PROCESSOR BEFORE APPLYING SULPHUR. DO NOT USE WITHIN FOUR (4) WEEKS OF AN OIL SPRAYING.
Pour needed amount into tank under agitation. If necessary, add a few drops of oil to avoid foaming.
DIRECTIONS FOR DILUTION:
DILUTE APPLICATION: Ground application - Apply specified rate in 20 to 100 gallons of water per acre. Orchard Application - Apply specified rate in 100 to 1500 gallons of water per acre.
CONCENTRATE APPLICATION: Ground Application - Apply specified rate in not less than 5 gallons of water per acre. Orchard Application - Apply specified rate in 20 to 100 gallons of water per acre. Special concentrate equipment is necessary for these areas.
AIR APPLICATION: Apply specified rate in 5 to 20 gallons of water per acre. Orchard rates should not be applied in less than 10 gallons of water per acre. FOR BEST RESULTS use sufficient water per acre to give thorough coverage of all plant parts.
- Apply in late dormancy, with cutworm spray, early shoot period and every 14 days through season.