Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide

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Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide

Eagle 20EW specialty fungicide provides excellent control of a wide variety of lawn and turf diseases including dollar spot and brown patch and is labeled for use on major turf varieties, landscape ornamentals, and backyard fruit trees and vines.  Eagle 20 EW comes in a convenient liquid formulation that is mixed with water and applied to target lawn and ornamental plants.


Active Ingredient: Myclobutanil 19.7%
Target pests: Please see the product label for complete list. Controls Dollar spot Brown patch, Anthracnose, Spring dead spot, Necrotic ring spot, Red thread, Leaf spot, Powdery mildew, Rusts, Zoysia large patch, Septoria leaf spot, Zonate Leaf Spot and more.
Application: For use on golf course fairways, roughs, tees and greens, commercial and residential stone fruit trees, apple trees and grapes, and other landscape ornamentals. For use on ornamentals such as chrysanthemums, daylilies, poinsettias and roses in nurseries, landscapes and greenhouses
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Manufactured By: Dow AgroSciences



Eagle 20EW specialty fungicide provides excellent control of a wide variety of lawn and turf diseases including dollar spot and brown patch and is labeled for use on major turf varieties, landscape ornamentals, and backyard fruit trees and vines.  Eagle 20 EW comes in a convenient liquid formulation that is mixed with water and applied to target lawn and ornamental plants.

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  • 32 of 34 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  The real deal, super concentrate
    By Scott on May 24, 2011
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    I'm a little guy, I have eight fruit trees spread out around the house. Last year was the eye opener. Leaves falling off halfway through summer, and powdery mildew over every single living green thing. After doing some research I am pretty sure my crab-apple, pear, and plum tree's have every single possible fruit tree disease. I'm only exaggerating a little bit. Scab, Rust, Plum curculio (this does not help that, curculio is an insect), and I suspect fireblight. I chose this stuff because of reviews I had read on other sites and Eagle 20 seemed like a good well rounded choice for a variety of ailments (along with some others). Specifically I was looking for a cheap alternative to Immunox. I was tired of the pint sized bottles of box store spray which advertises itself as concentrate yet you have to use the whole bottle at the recommended application level. Turns out Eagle 20 is the same stuff (Myclobutanil) only at 20% instead of 2%. My understanding of Eagle is that it is primarily made for turf grasses and bigger growers as every application is per 100 gallons. For the home user the math works out roughly the same but here's the rub. YOU NEED VERY LITTLE OF EAGLE 20 (good and bad). With no real tree experience I didn't know exactly how strong Eagle is. I knew it was strong, but not this strong. For the home user the math works out to 0.06 ounces per gallon!!!! Oh this stuff will save you a ton of cash over the little 2% bottles, just beware. My dial sprayer only goes down to 1/2 a teaspoon per gallon (which is still too much) so I had to dilute, which I wasn't really prepared for. That's the only negative, Eagle 20 is Myclobutanil and it is rated on the label for trees/shrubs, grapes, etc. As to how well well it works, I can't really say, it's a little early.  Just started petal drop at the end of May here in Eastern Oregon. The weather has been favorable yet again for fungus, non stop rain and 60 degree temperatures all spring (seems more like the West side :).  No signs or symptoms yet but the trees have a lot of fighting to do this year but I'm confident. DoMyOwnPestControl was very quick to ship and I didn't have any problems with my transaction. I hope I don't have to come back ;) but I wouldn't hesitate.

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  • 14 of 22 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Good stuff
    By Kevin on February 3, 2011
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    Very good stuff but beware and pay attention and do your research on how to use it. It is the best!

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  • 10 of 10 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Dollar Spot Control
    By Richard on September 3, 2012

    Used Eagle 20EW on dollar spot in lawn. The first application worked quite well. The second application has eliminated the fungus. I am happy with the results.

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  • 5 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Eagle 20EW
    By Ross on August 28, 2012

    Seems to work effectively as described. I use to alternate with Armada to minimize chances of resistance developing. Knocked out the fungus soon after application. Worth the price.

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  • 5 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Eagle 20EW fungicide
    June 23, 2013
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    If you have a mildew or black spot problem on your roses, this is the fungicide that will eradicate the problem and keep it from reoccuring. Make sure to rotate your fungicide chemistry to avoid building resistance.

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  • 3 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 Stars  Questionable
    By Richard on August 15, 2012

    Does not appear to be working. The fungus seems to be spreading.Eagle was applied per directions on the 3rd of August. Another application ib due on the 30th.

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  good, general purpose and very useful fungicide
    June 26, 2013
    Verified Purchase

    I take care of a perennial garden (roses, phlox, many others), a vegetable garden, an orchard and a vineyard. I have many different problems to deal with and need a variety of products that can be used on many different kinds of plants to treat many different diseases. This fungicide definitely meets that need. I have only used it once so far and it seems effective and didn't cause any problems, but other reviews convinced me that it will be a very effective tool for me to use.

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  • 1 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Fungicide
    July 3, 2013

    Using it now I'll have to wait to see if it works. I'm sure it will.

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  • 1 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  eagle 20 purchased
    By Willie on September 6, 2013

    Fast, good price. Will work with you again for my needs!!!!!! Good job!!!

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May 26, 2010Debbie asked:

QIs Eagle 20EW a systemic fungicide?

AYes. Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide is a systemic fungicide that stays in the plant for 2-4 weeks.

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January 6, 2011Claude asked:

QCan Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide be applied as a soil drench?

ANo. Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide cannot be used as a soild drench according to the manufacturer. They recommend that you use Eagle 20EW as a foliar spray or topically on the soil.

18 of 19 people found this answer helpful.
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July 12, 2012Bill from Sioux City, Ia asked:

QI am going to apply Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide to my lawn.
How soon after applying may I let pets and people on my lawn after applying it? How soon after applying it, that I can water my lawn?

APeople and pets can return to the treated as soon as it is completely dry. You should wait at least 24 hours before watering the lawn after treating with Eagle 20 EW

9 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
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May 15, 2013Lawence from Montgomery, Al asked:

QI have St Augustine grass and it has a fungus call Take All Patch. Do you something that treats this?
My lawn service company has to continually treat it twice every year at a cost of $100 a treatment. Supposedly it will not go away and must be treated each year just to maintain it.

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We would recommend our Eagle 20 EW Fungicide. It is labeled for Take-All Patch in your turf, and you would use 2.4 ounces per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water. Label states for treatment of Take-All Patch: To reduce the severity, make 1 to 2 fall applications in September and October or when night temperatures drop to 55°F, and 1 to 2 spring applications in April and May depending upon local recommendations. You can see the full product label here.

7 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
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April 22, 2011Donny asked:

QWhat is the best time to apply Eagle 20EW, i.e. spring, fall, etc.

AThe best time to apply a fungicide such as Eagle 20EW will depend on what type of plant you are treating, the type of fungus you are trying to prevent and the region you are located in. We recommend reading over the product label available on the Eagle 20EW page on our website or contacting your local cooperative extension office and speaking directly to the master gardener on staff. Master gardeners are experts on the plants and plant diseases in  their local region and they should be able to tell you exactly when you should perform the application.

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October 22, 2012Don from Gig Harbor, Wa asked:

QHow much Eagle fungicide would I use for 3 gallons to spray for apple scabs

AYou will need to use .18 fl oz of Eagle per 3 gallons of water to control apple scab. Be sure to refer to the product label for complete usage instructions.

2 of 2 people found this answer helpful.
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August 2, 2013Louis from New Smyrna Beach, Fl asked:

QHow do I mix to treat fungus on Roses with Eagle 20EW Fungicide?
I read the label and I can't find the amount to mix per qt or gal for applying spray to roses.

AThe label does not state how much to mix per gallon of water as this is not what is important. The importance lies in getting the correct amount of product over the correct amount of area. The water only acts as the carrier so whether you use the amount for your roses in 1 or 5 gallons of water, both are correct. You did not state what disease you are treating for on your roses so we can not give you an exact dilution per thousand square feet. Please refer back to the product label to see the amount for your particular disease treatment needs.

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July 17, 2013Tom from Illinois asked:

QHow many ounces in the bottle of Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide?

AEagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide is a 16 oz bottle.

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October 15, 2013Marcel from Winter Springs, Fl asked:

QIs this the US produced product or the Chinese imported version?

AEagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide is manufactured by Dow AgroSciences, please contact them at 800.992.5994 for production questions.

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September 13, 2013Larry from Montgomery, Al asked:

QIs there a mixture for Eagle 20EW for residential for take all?
The instructions tells me the mixture for non residential but nothing for mixing for take all for residential? Can you help please?

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Eagle 20EW is labeled for take-All Patch in your turf, and you would use 2.4 ounces per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water. Label states for treatment of take-All Patch: To reduce the severity, make 1 to 2 fall applications in September and October or when night temperatures drop to 55°F, and 1 to 2 spring applications in April and May depending upon local recommendations. You can see the full product label here.

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August 21, 2013Jim from Mi asked:

QIs my fruit still good I think I used 5 time the amount of Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide for powdery mildew
some of the leaves turned white.

AWe apologize, since the application is not on the label, we cannot advise you on if the fruit is good to eat. Please contact Dow AgroSciences at 317 337 3000, to determine if your fruit is safe to ingest.

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September 19, 2013Larry from Montgomery, Al asked:

QApplying Eagle 20EW
I purchased Eagle 20EW and in reading the directions I only see directions on application to non-resident turf grass for take-all patch. Can I apply it to my resident lawn and if so how much should I apply and what should the night temperature be? Thank you.

AYou can apply Eagle 20EW to your lawn. The applicatoin rate depends on the exact disease that you are treating. The dilution rate varies from 1-2.4 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft. For take-all patch you will use 2.4 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft. See the product label (starting on page 4) for more specifics. You will want to treat when night temperatures drop to 55 degrees.

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April 2, 2014S. asked:

QHow much Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide do I use per gallon of water?

AThe amount of Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide per gallon of water will depend on what you are treating. Please refer to the product label for exact dilution for the type of disease that you have or that you are trying to prevent.

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July 24, 2011Bart asked:

QWhat type of broad spectrum fungicide for tropical hibiscus and to be used with Spinosad or Acephate
It's prime weather for disease in KY, 100 plus heat index and humid. I have been battling thrip for a while and I've vever had them this bad. They must go. The leaves on several CV's are getting black spots on the undersides and then quickly turning yellow. Buds are dropping like crazy and I plan to spray Spinosad twice, 4 days apart, and then a dose of Acephate. I want to mix a fungicide for the blacks it's but don't know what to use because I don't know what they are.

AWe do have a few broad spectrum fungicides available for use on hibiscus. Eagle 20 EW, EcoMate Armicare 100 and Heritage DF 50 are all labeled for use on hibiscus but without knowing exactly what type of fungus you are dealing with we cannot narrow down which product would best suit your needs. We recommend that you contact your local cooperative extension office and speak to the master gardener on staff. The master gardener may be able to tell you what product would work best in this situation.

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