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The Banrot 8G Fungicide (E950241) is an advance formulated granule that is intended for use in commercial greenhouses and nurseries. It effectively controls and prevents damping-off, stem and root rot diseases caused by Thielaviopsis, Fusarium, Rhizoctonia, Phytophtora and Pythium. It is enforced as a soil incorporated or broadcast or sidedress application. For dry soil mix, the maximum application rate must not exceed 12 oz. per cubic yard. When sidedressing, use sharp sand, calcined clay or similar diluent to achieve good distribution. For broadcast applications, distribute evenly using a tractor mounted cyclone or drop spreader to apply specified amount. Harrow or till into the soil to incorporate granules into the upper 2 to 6 in. of soil. Thoroughly rinse fungicide residues out of all equipment after use. Banrot 8G Fungicide is perfect to apply on ornamentals and nursery crops such as bedding plants, foliage plants, interiorscapes, landscapes, container grown and bed grown herbaceous and woody ornamentals.
|Active Ingredient:||Etridiazole - 3%
Thiophanate-methyl - 5%
|Target pests:||Pythium, Phytophthora|
|For use in:||Commercial Greenhouses and Nurseries|
|Application:||Soil Incorporated, Broadcast or Side-dress application
* See label for complete application instructions
Group 1 / 14 Fungicide
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA|
|Special Features:||Best used on a comprehensive IPM program|
|Shipping Weight:||40.50 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Everris Na Inc. (Mfg. Number: E950241)|
For use in commercial greenhouses and nurseries to control damping-off, root and stem rot diseases of ornamental and nursery crops caused by Pythium, Phytophthora, Rhizoctonia, Fusarium and Thielaviopsis.
For use in commercial greenhouses and nurseries only.
Use in residential greenhouses or other indoor plant sites is prohibited.
Application by hand-held broadcast spreader (belly grinder), push-type spreader, power dust blower, and dispersal by hand is prohibited.
DRY SOIL MIX:
Incorporate specified amount of BANROT 8G in each cu. yd. when seeding or transplanting for control of Pythium, Phytophthora, Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, and Thielaviopsis. Overdosage may result in phytotoxicity. If plants are suspected of being sensitive, apply fungicide to a small number to ensure safety. Use in greenhouses and outdoors. Where applicable, incorporate BANROT 8G after steam sterilization of soil mix. For dry soil mix, the maximum application rate for this product must not exceed 12 oz/cubic yard.
BROADCAST and SIDEDRESS Applications:
Incorporate specified amount of BANROT 8G. When sidedressing, use sharp sand, calcined clay or similar diluent to achieve good distribution. Open furrow – apply product – close – firm with packer wheel and irrigate to activate. When broadcasting, distribute evenly using a tractor mounted cyclone or drop spreader to apply specified amount. Harrow or till into the soil to incorporate the granules into the upper 2 to 6 in. of soil.
Thoroughly rinse BANROT 8G residues out of all equipment after use.