Mancozeb Floweable with Zinc Concentrate is a broad spectrum fungicide for use on a wide variety of ornamentals and vegetables.Â Controls diseases including leaf spot, downy mildew, blights, anthracnose, botrytis and others as listed on product label.
|Active Ingredient:||Mancozeb 37% (Manganese 7.4%, Zinc .9%, Ethylene bisdithlocarbamate ion 28.7%)|
|Target pests:||Broad spectrum, protectant fungicide, see product label for listed uses.|
|For use in:||On vegetables and ornamentals|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on the product label.|
|Yield:||Varies depending on dilution|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK, AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, HI, ID, MT, NV, NM, NY, ND, OR, UT, WA, WY|
|Manufactured By:||Bonide (UPC: 037321008620)|
Mancozeb Floweable with Zinc Concentrate is a broad spectrum fungicide for use on a wide variety of ornamentals and vegetables. Controls diseases including leaf spot, downy mildew, blights, anthracnose, botrytis and others as listed on product label.
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3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Only applied once so far but it seems to be working
August 26, 2013
This is what is recommended for the tar spot fungus in my maple trees but I couldn't find it at any retail store. It seems to have stopped the spread of the fungus but frankly the real test will be next spring which is supposed to be when it would have the most effect. It's easy to mix and apply with a sprayer but what I have read is to be sure to protect yourself when you spray. Remember, it IS a chemical that may be harmful.
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March 12, 2012Ray from Springfield Ohio asked:
QIs Bonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc Concentrate ok for grapes?
ABonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc is labeled for use on grapes. Be sure to read and follow the product label for best results.
September 25, 2013Debra from Norman, Ok asked:
QMy tomatoes had early blight this year. If I treat the area soil with Mancozeb, will I be able to plant tomatoes in the same spot next year?
August 2, 2013Steve from Cullman Al. asked:
QDo you have to wait 7 days before picking tomatoes after spraying Bonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc Concent.?
AThe label states do not apply Bonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc Concentrate within 5 days of Harvest.
May 17, 2011Judy asked:
QIs Bonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc Concentrate the same as Dithane 945?
I found Dithane 945 listed on the web to prevent potato blight, but it seems to be available only in the UK.
ABonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc Concentrate and Dithane are not the same exact product but they do share the same main active ingredient Mancozeb and both are labeled for potato blight.
June 27, 2011Michelle asked:
QDoes Bonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc Concentrate kill and control apple scab?
I have an ornamental crabapple tree in my yard which has developed a fungal infection likely apple scab. How would I apply this and how many treatments would it take to be effective?
AWe believe Bonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc Concentrate will take care of your issue, but we recently added these types of products and tree disease is not our area of specialty. We would advise that you call the manufacturer, Bonide, directly as they are the true experts on their own products. You can reach them at (315) 736-8231.
May 8, 2013Roy from Cleveland, Tx. 77328 asked:
QIs this the product to control black spot on roses?
If not what would you recommend to control for black spots on roses. Thanks
AYou could use Bonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc Concentrate to treat black spot on roses. We also recommend using Bonide Liquid Copper Fungicide. Bonide Liquid Fungicide os specifically labeled for black spot on roses. If you have further questions pleae contact us at 866-581-7378.