A complete liquid fruit tree spray containing Captan 12%, malathion naylor 6%, carbaryl .3% and a spreader sticker. Simple to use. No plugged nozzles. Excellent for the home orchardist. Makes up to 21 gallons.
Captan is a staple in fungicides. Trusted for years to provide you with control of multiple disease issues. Wettable powder fungicide specially formulated to mix easily with water. Can also be used in dry form to prevent seed rot and damping off as listed on label. Controls fungus diseases on fruits and ornamentals. Excellent to control ceda...
To control diseases on roses, fruits, and vegetable. This product is a natural form of copper which helps control black spot, downy mildew, powdery mildew, and early blight. Due to its all natural form it can also be used for organic gardening. 16 oz treats roughly 125 sq ft.
Earth tone 3 in 1 is an organic fungicide, insecticide, and miticide. Thoroughly spray all areas of the plant, especially new shoots and underside of leaves. Pests need to be contacted by the spray to be controlled. Diseases controlled: Black spot, powdery mildew, rust, scab, blight, brown rot and leave spot. Insects controlled: Aphids, mites, ...
Apply this product to prevent or cure many disease problems in lawns and ornamentals. 16 oz will cover up to 1250 sq ft of lawn. Prevents & controls major diseases on roses, flowers, lawns, trees & shrubs. Diseases Controlled: Lawns: Take All Patch, Brown Patch, Dollar Spot, Powdery Mildew, Anthracnose, Black Spot, Leaf Spot, Needle Ru...
Formulation: asphalt base. Gives a tough, elastic, rapid dry coating over pruned areas of roses, ornamentals, fruit and shade trees. Use brush-in-can applicator to apply a thin coat on pruned areas.
New Formulation Use on Fruits, Herbs, Nuts, Spices, Vegetables & Roses, Flowers & Shrubs. Provides quick and more complete control. Acts as an "exciter" to flush insect pests out of hiding and into direct contact with spray residues. Controls: Aphids, Spider Mites, Scale, Mealybugs, Beetles, Loopers, Leaf Miners, Leaf Rollers, Armyworms...