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Bonide Sulfur Plant Fungicide Micronized Spray or Dust, 4 lbs.

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Bonide Sulfur Plant Fungicide Micronized Spray or Dust is a specially prepared micronic sulfur suitable for use as a dust or spray. The fine particle size gives better coverage, adhesion and disease control.

  • Product controls a large number of diseases on fruits, vegetables and various ornamentals
  • Approved for organic gardening. Now labeled for chiggers

Specification Description
Brand: Bonide
Fungus Type: Leaf Spots, Rust, Blights, Fruit Rot
Natural or Organic: Yes
Package Size: 4 lb.
Plant Type: Vegetables
Product Type: Fungicides
Manufacturer Part Number 142

I have a peach tree seems to have a leaf curl can this be used throughout the growing season

Asked by: Coopscoot
Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Sulfur Plant Fungicide. This product can be used throughout the growing season for the diseases listed on the label. However, if you are dealing with peach leaf curl, sulfur will not be effective. Recommend you consider Bonide's Liquid Copper Concentrate. With peach leaf curl, the timing for sprays is critical. Copper should be applied in the fall after the foliage has fallen from the tree and then again in early spring just before bud swell. Spraying after bloom during the growing season will not be effective on this disease. During the growing season, garden sanitation is important. Remove all fallen debris from the tree and destroy it and minimize stress to the tree by keeping it fertilized and well watered during extended dry periods.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-05-07

Can I store spray between uses?

Asked by: REHA
Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Sulfur Plant Fungicide Spray or Dust. Do not store already diluted product for more than 48 hours. Already diluted product can break down quickly and/or develop bacteria which can impact effectiveness or damage plants. You should only mix/dilute what you are going to use at that particular time.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-08-06
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