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Protects fruits, nuts and vegetables. Cures and prevents all major diseases (on roses, lawns, flowers, trees and ornamental shrubs). Protects for up to 2 weeks. Can't be washed off by rain once dried. Controls brown patch, powdery mildew, black spot, rust, blights, leaf spot, mold, scab and more. Protects fruits, nuts and vegetables. What it does: Prevents and cures all major diseases including brown patch, powdery mildew, black spot, rust and others listed. Where to use: Outdoors on roses, flowers, ornamental shrubs, trees, lawns, nuts and vegetables.
Read all instructions before use. It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. For home use only. Do not allow people or pets to contact treated areas until spray has dried. Use restrictions for lawns and ornamentals. Do not use treated plants, grass or clippings for food or feed. This product is non-staining to most home siding depending on age and cleanliness. However, before using in areas where the spray may contact home siding (vinyl siding in particular), test in an inconspicuous area and recheck in a few hours. Do not use if any staining is observed. Choose an application method. Pump-up sprayer or trigger bottle sprayer: Fill with required amount of water. Add the amount of concentrated specified. Replace sprayer top and shake well before spraying. Dial-style hose-end sprayer. Set sprayer to the fl oz/gallon level specified. Use only enough product for the area to be treated. Close sprayer, attached to hose and apply. Concentrate plus water-style sprayer. Determine the amount of concentrate required. Pour concentrate into sprayer jar to the required fl oz level. Then add the required amount of water to the gallon level. Replace sprayer top on jar and shake well before spraying. Spectracide Immunox Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate is highly effective when it is used to prevent diseases or applied at the first sign of disease. Consider treating early in the season. When using this product on ornamental plants not listed, test on small area first. If it rains before product has dried, reapply. If you need more information about lawn, ornamental, fruit and vegetable diseases, contact your local County Extension Service. Handy conversions: 1/2 fl oz equals 1 tbsp and 1 fl oz equals 2 tbsp. Food utensils such as measuring cups and spoons must not be used for food purposed after use in measuring pesticides. This product prevents and cures brown patch, copper spot, dollar spot, leaf spot (including septoria zonate), melting out, crown rot, leaf smuts, powdery mildew, rust, red thread, spring dead spot, necrotic ring spot and summer patch on home lawns, For lawn application in Nassau and Suffolk counties in New York State, do not apply more than three times per given area per year. Use 7 fl oz/gallon of water to treat 500 sq ft. Start treating when grass begins to turn green in the spring or when signs of diseases are first noticed. For best disease control treat every two weeks. Do not apply more than 16 treatments per year. For crown rot use 3-1/2 fl oz/gallon of water to treat 250 sq ft. Roses, flowers, ornamental shrubs and trees. Spectracide Immunox Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate prevents and cures black spot, blight (blossom, cercospora leaf, ovulinia petal), leaf spot (including cercospora), powdery mildew, rust (including needle, fusiform), scab (including fusicladium) and other diseases on a wide variety of roses, flowers, trees and ornamental shrubs. Use 1 fl/oz gallon of water. Apply to the point when spray just begins to run off the leaves. Apply once every two weeks throughout the season or until conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) are no longer present. Allow spray to dry before watering. 1. Treat roses on a seven- to 10-day schedule. If black spot is not a problem, a 10- to 14-day schedule is recommended. 2. When treating Azaleas, Mountain Laurel or Rhododendrons, begin spraying when flowers start to show color. 3. When treating Irises, increase use rate to 2 fl oz/gallon of water. 4. For Douglas Fir, Loblolly Pine and Slash Pine use 3 fl oz/gallon of water. Begin treating in early spring and continue treating every two to three weeks until threat of infection has passed. Plant: Rose. Diseases: Black spot, powdery mildew,
Active Ingredient: Myclobutanil (1.55%). Other Ingredients (98.45%).
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