General Information


3336 G is a broad spectrum fungicide exhibiting preventative, curative and systemic properties. It is useful on a wide variety of turf and ornamental disease problems. Apply 3336 G with ground based, hand operated (push) or mechanical (power) equipment sufficient to accurately deliver this product to the application site. Do not apply by hand or with hand held rotary spreader (e.g. bellygrinder). Application equipment should be properly calibrated prior to use. Application equipment should be thoroughly cleaned after use. If a rate range is given, use the higher rate under conditions of severe disease pressure. Contact your local State Extension service for recommendations for application schedules appropriate to your area. This product is not for homeowner use and can only be used by individuals/firms licensed or registered by the state to apply ornamental or turf pest control products. No claim of compatibility with other pesticides is implied. Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.

Resistance Management: To avoid the development of tolerant strains of fungi, 3336 G should be used with fungicides of different modes of action. Cleary Chemical does not recommend the use of products containing thiabendazole in combination or rotation with 3336 G. These utilize similar chemistry and mode of action and can contribute to development of disease tolerance. If, after using 3336 G as recommended, the treatment is not effective, a tolerant strain of fungi may be present. Consult your local Cleary Chemical representative, your State Agricultural Experiment Station, or your State Cooperative Extension Service for proper disease identification and advice on the prompt use of some other suitable fungicide or disease control strategy. As long as recommended precautions are followed, 3336 G can remain useful for disease control.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions


Nursery, Greenhouse, Landscape & Interiorscape Annual and Perennial Flowers, Bedding Plants, Foliage Plants, Ground Covers, plus Deciduous and Evergreen Trees and Shrubs.

Do not apply to home orchards/fruit trees after fruit set.

Do not use fruit or nuts from treated trees as food or feed

3336 G is a broad spectrum systemic fungicide which controls a variety of foliar, stem, and root diseases on a wide range of commercially important plants.3336 G may be used for disease control and prevention programs on annual and perennial flowers, bedding plants, foliage plants, ground covers, and deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs found in Nursery, Greenhouse, Interiorscape, and Landscape sites. Follow guidelines provided under general information for use of this product.

Application Instructions

3336 G may be used as a broadcast, fly-on, surface, over the top, and media incorporation application for the listed diseases. For surface and broadcast applications to established plants apply at the rates below.3336 G may be applied to dry or moist soil conditions and should be activated with irrigation or natural rainfall within 24 hours for best results. If irrigated, application should be watered in by applicator with 0.1-0.25 inches of water to begin activation. For media incorporation, mix at a rate of 2-3 lb/cu yd before seeding or transplanting of desired crop. Media incorporated with 3336 G may be stockpiled for later use without activation until needed. For ground applications, do not exceed 300 pounds active ingredient per acre per crop season from all thiophanate-methyl containing products.

Note: The \"Directions For Use\" of this product reflect the cumulative inputs from both historical field use and product testing programs. However, it is impossible to test this product on all species and cultivars. A preliminary trial is suggested on a small scale before a full treatment is applied to any plant type not shown on the label but found in a similar use site with a listed disease problem. Wait 5-7 days after treatment to evaluate results. This product is not recommended for use on Swedish Ivy (Plectranthus australis), Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exhalta), and Easter Cactus (Hatiora gaertneri).

For preventative control, apply as media incorporation prior to planting or as broadcast, fly-on, surface, or over the top application after seeding or transplanting to propagation beds, containers, pots, or nursery or landscape beds. For curative control, apply after seeding or transplanting when disease first appears. Repeat every 21-28 days for adequate crop protection. Note: 3336 G does not control Pythium or Phytophthora. Rotations with metalaxyl, mefenoxam, etridiazole, propamocarb, mono and dipotassium salts of phosphorous acid or fosetyl-AL are required for the control of Pythium and Phytophthora.

Restricted Entry Interval

12 hours