FRUITS AND NUTS
|CROP||DISEASE||RATE PER 100 GAL.WATER||INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE|
|Almonds||Brown Rot, Blossom Blight, Shot Hole||4-5 oz.||May be applied as dormant or bud spray. Bud sprays should be applied at pink but through popcorn stage. Do not apply after 50% bloom or when trees are in leaf. Use high rate when disease pressure is heavy or expected to be so.|
|Apples||Anthracnose||3-4 oz.||For red varieties apply to foliage before or after harvest. For yellow varieties apply to foliage after harvest once every 2 to 3 years as necessary.|
|Brooks Spot||1 oz.||Plus 2 oz. hydrated lime/100 gallons. Apply in late cover sprays.|
|Bitter Rot, Black Rot, Blotch, Powdery Mildew||1/2 to 1-1/2 oz.||Plus 3-5 oz. Hydrated lime/100 gallons. Begin at petal fall and repeat through fourth cover spray.|
|Bullseye Rot||4 oz.||Plus suitable oil/100 gallons of water. Apply after harvest.|
|Fire Blight||1/3 to 1/2 oz.||Begin at 10% bloom. Repeat at 5 day intervals until late bloom is over.|
|Scab||1 to 1-1/4 oz.||Plus 2 to 2-1/2 oz. Hydrated lime/100 gallons. Apply at delayed dormant stage.|
|Sooty Blotch||1 to 1-1/4 oz.||Plus 2-1/2 oz. Hydrated lime/100 gallons. Apply in late cover sprays. Under conditions where copper injury is likely to occur, add additional lime.|
|Apricots||Brown Rot, Blossom Blight, Shot Hole||4-5 oz.||Apply as a dormant or bud spray. Bud sprays should be applied from bud swell to popcorn stage. Do not spray when trees are in leaf. When bud blight is a problem, apply the maximum rate after most leaves have fallen in the fall, usually November and December, but prior to fall rains.|
|Avocados||Anthracnose, Blotch (Cercospora), Scab||3 oz.||Spray first when blossom buds open. Make 5 applications at four week intervals. LIMIT 30 to 40 oz. per acre. Do not apply more than 140 days after bloom.|
|Caneberries Blackberries, Boysenberries, Dewberries, Loganberries, Raspberries, etc.||Anthracnose||2 oz.||Begin when leaf buds begin to open. Repeat when flower buds show white. Continue at 10 to 14 day intervals.|
|Leaf & Cane Spot, Yellow Rust||2 oz.||In spring, begin when leaf buds begin to open. Repeat when flower buds show white. Also post harvest spray after pruning but before fall rains, using 6 oz. Per 100 gallons of water.|
|Cherries||Brown Rot, Blossom Blight||4-5 oz.||Apply at popcorn and late bloom stages. In late bloom spray, add 5 oz. Hydrated lime/100 gallon spray.|
|Leaf Spot||4-5 oz.||Plus 45 oz. Hydrated lime/100 gallons. Apply at petal fall.|
|Shot Hole||4-5 oz.||Apply as a dormant spray.|
|Citrus*||Brown Rot||1 oz. (Florida only, use 2 oz.)||Apply at first indications of rain or first appearance of Brown Rot. Repeat as needed to protect during wet weather.|
|Malanose, Scab, Greasy Spot, Pink Pitting||1-3 oz.||NOTE: For aerial or concentrate
sprays, apply 10-26 oz. Per acre diluted to the proper concentration
with water as recommended for the specific type sprayer used. Do not
use less than 10 gallons of spray per acre. For Melanose,
apply 1 to 3 weeks after petal fall. Repeat 4 weeks later if necessary.
Wettable sulfur may be included in sprays. For Scab,
make two applications one just before trees begin to flush and repeat
at two-thirds petal fall. Wettable sulfur may be included in sprays. For Greasy Spot and Pink Pitting, make a summer spray.
*NOTE to user: Do not use in areas where copper injury is known to have occurred.
|Currants, Gooseberries||Anthracnose, Leaf Spot||1-1/4 oz.||Spray at leaf opening and repeat at 10-14 day intervals. Or,|
|6 oz.||Apply at full bloom, two weeks later, and after harvest.|
|Filberts*||Bacterial Blight, Eastern Filbert Blight||6 oz.||Apply in late summer prior to heavy
rains. If heavy fall rains occur, repeat spray after three quarters of the leaves have
(*Not for use in California)
|Grapes||Anthracnose, Black Rot, Downy Mildew||2 oz.||Make first application when new growth is 1/2 inch long and repeat every 10-14 days. Concentrate spray: use 4 to 5 pounds per acre in sufficient water for good coverage and apply as stated above.|
|Mangos||Anthracnose||3 oz.||Begin sprays when panicles are about 2 inches long. Spray weekly until fruit sets, then spray monthly for a total of 12 applications. One gallon of spreader per 100 gallons of spray may increase efficiency.|
|Olives||Leaf Spot (Peacock Spot)||4 oz.||Apply in late October. NOTE: In areas with 10 inches or less of rainfall per year, use only 2 oz. Per 100 gallons of water.|
|Peaches, Nectarines||Brown Rot||4-5 oz.||Apply before bud swell and in full pink bud stages. Do not apply after pink bud stage or after trees are in leaf as injury may occur.|
|Leaf Curl, Peach Blight (Shot Hole)||4-5 oz.||As a dormant spray, apply prior to fall
rains. Bud sprays should be applied before bud swell and in fall pink bud stages. Do not
apply after pink bud stage, after foliage buds swell or after trees are in leaf as injury
may occur. Consult you State Agricultural Experiment Station.
California only: Apply 16-20 oz. in 20 gallons of water/acre by aircraft during the dormant season.
|Bacterial Diseases of Peaches||3 oz.||Apply during the dormant season.|
|Pears||Fire Blight||1/2 oz.||Use at least 400 gallons of spray per acre. Apply at 10% bloom and repeat at 5 to 7 day intervals during bloom. Do not use on D Anjou, Comice or Seckel varieties.|
|Plums, Prunes||Shot Hole||4-5 oz.||Apply as a dormant spray before the advent of heavy rains.|
|Brown Rot, Blossom Blight||4-5 oz.||Apply at early green bud and full popcorn stages. Do not apply after trees are in leaf as injury may occur. California Only: For aircraft sprays to control Shot Hole, Brown Rot, Blossom Blight, apply 16-20 oz. In 20 gallons of water/acre during the dormant season.|
|Strawberries||Leaf Spot||2-3 oz.||Apply at pre-bloom and post bloom.|
|Walnuts||Blight||4-5 oz.||Treat twice, once in early prebloom and again when 10 to 20 percent pistillate blooms are showing. Repeat applications for Blight Control 3 or 4 times during growing season, if necessary.|
|CROP||DISEASE||RATE PER 100 GAL.WATER||USE INSTRUCTIONS|
|Beans (Green & Dry)||Angular Leaf Spot, Anthracnose, Bacterial Blight, Downy Mildew||2-4 oz.||Begin treatment when plants are about 5 inches tall and repeat at 5 to 7 day intervals.|
|Beets||Downy Mildew, Leaf Blight, Leaf Spots||2-3 oz.||Begin when disease first appears and repeat every 7 to 10 days.|
|Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower||Downy Mildew, Leaf Spots||2-3 oz.||For plant bed sprays, apply after plants
have emerged by before diseases appear. Repeat in 7 to 10 days as needed.
Note: For infield use, use 3 oz./100 gallons of water at 7 to 10 day intervals as needed.
|Carrots||Alternaria & Cercospora Leaf Blights, Downy Mildew||3-4 oz.||Begin treatment when disease first appears and repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals.|
|Celery||Early Blight, Late Blight, Bacteria Blight||3-4 oz.||Treat every 7 days after emergence.|
|Cucurbits (Cantaloupes, Cucumbers, Melons, Pumpkins, Squash)||Angular Leaf Spot, Anthracnose, Alternaria Leaf Spot, Bacterial Wilt, Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew, Gummy Stem Blight, Leaf Spot, Scab||2 oz.||Begin treatment when plants begin to vine and repeat every 7 to 10 days. Since the disease is likely to be more serious in high plant populations (40,000 plus plants per acre), spray every 3 to 4 days to protect fruit at all stages of development. Note: A ground application of Basic Copper Sulfate after planting, but before emergence may help decrease infections of Angular Leaf Spot, Anthracnose and Alternaria Leaf Spot. Then follow above schedule after emergence. Note: Some Agricultural Experiment Stations may recommend equal amounts of hydrated lime when used on cucurbits. Lime when applied to cucurbits may cause dwarfing of plants and reduce fruit set due to increased transpiration and defloration under some conditions. Consult your local Experiment Station for specific recommendations.|
|Eggplant||Anthracnose, Downy Mildew, Phomopsis Blight, Leaf Spots, Early Blight (Alternaria)||__||Apply 1-3/4 to 3 pounds/100 gallons water to either plant beds for field before diseases appear. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals.|
|Lettuce||Anthracnose, Downy Mildew, Leaf Spot (Cercospora)||__||Spray 1-3/4 to 3 pounds/100 gallons before diseases appear. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals.|
|Onions||Downy Mildew, Purple Blotch||3-4 oz.||Begin when plants are 5 to 6 inches. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals.|
|Peas||Downy Mildew, Leaf Spots||__||Use 1-3/4 to 3 pounds/100 gallons. Begin spraying before diseases appear. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals.|
|Peppers||Anthracnose, Bacterial Spot, Early Blight, Downy Mildew, Cercospora Leaf Spot||3-4 oz.||Start sprays in seedbed and continue in field at 7 day intervals. NOTE: Disease control is critical during fruiting.|
|Potatoes||Early Blight, Late Blight||3-6 oz.||Begin when plants emerge. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals.|
|Peanuts||Cercospora, Leaf Spot||2-3 oz.||Repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals. NOTE: The addition of 2 pounds wettable or flowable sulfur in a tank mix will enhance Leaf Spot control. If dusting is preferred, use 7 pounds Basic Copper Sulfate with 92 pounds dusting sulfur per 3 to 5 acres, depending on plant size.|
|Spinach||Anthacnose, Downy Mildew, White Rust, Cercospora Leaf Spot||2-4 oz.||Begin when disease first appears. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals.|
|Sugarbeets||Cercospora Leaf Spot||4 oz.||Begin when disease first occurs. Repeat every 7 to 10 days.|
|Tomatoes||Anthracnose, Bacterial Spot, Bacterial Canker, Early Blight, Late Blight, Leaf Mold, Nailhead Rust, Septoria Leaf Spot, Stemphylium Leaf Spot||2-4 oz.||Begin in seedbed or field before disease appears. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals.|
For general large area for spraying of trees and crops use 1 Gallon per 60,000 Gallons of water.
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