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.




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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  • 45 of 49 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  The real deal, super concentrate
    By Scott in La Grande, OR on 05/24/2011
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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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  • 21 of 30 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Good stuff
    By Kevin in US on 02/03/2011
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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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  • 19 of 19 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Dollar Spot Control
    By Richard in Huntsville, AL on 09/03/2012
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    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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  • 10 of 11 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Eagle 20EW for Zoysia
    By Bret in Decatur, GA on 07/18/2014
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    Left over from last fall, I had a continuing "take all patch" problem in my Zoysia lawn. I had tried the typical big box product store solutions but that just delayed the spread and never really "cured" anything. Beginning this spring I began using the Eagle 20EW at the recommended application levels and intervals. Problem solved, my lawn looks fantastic and is nearly identical in appearance to when I first had it sodded ... this stuff works ! FYI ... to avoid resistance (by the fungus) interchange fungicides every 3-4 applications. The alternate I use for this, when an interchange is needed, is Martin's Honor Guard PPZ (also a very good product).

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  • 9 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Eagle 20EW
    By Ross in Harrisburg, NC on 08/28/2012
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    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 stars  Works very well
    By Jaros in Tarpon Springs on 10/02/2016

    It worked very well on my St Augustine in Florida. Locally it is difficult to buy anything, practically only one fungus product and it is very expensive. Good alternative to a service.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  WOW! This stuff rocks!
    By Mark in Albuquerque, New Mexico on 09/30/2016
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    Powdery mildew and other fungi were bad this year for my part of the country. Rains came early and stayed long. I added Eagle 20 to my fungicide rotation and PROBLEM SOLVED Awesome product.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Worked well for fungus
    By Kathleen in Rice Lake on 09/13/2016

    I used the product 1 Oz/gallon for a nasty fungus on 2 of my Limelight Hydrangeas. It worked well to kill the fungus and my hydrangeas survived.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Solved Major Problem - Saved My Backyard!
    By Arthur in Fort Lauderdale, FL on 08/25/2016

    Living in So Fla, every summer is a challenge - make that nightmare - when dealing with grass. Last year was chinch bugs. This year was a rampant fungus which had never been a problem before. By the time I figured it out, I had a major problem on my hands. Tried a product from big box store which did not work. Then found Eagle 20EW and from reviews looked like it would work. Long story short - it did!!! Key word from this point forward is "preventative spraying!!!"

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  • 5 of 5 stars  The best product out there for fungus in your lawn .
    By Walter in Ridgewood nj on 08/23/2016

    Excellent product been using this for now 6yrs , absolutely the best out there .

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Incredible Product
    By Mark in Albuquerque New Mexico on 08/13/2016
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    I rotate through several Modes of Action whether for insecticides, or fungicides. This is one incredibly effective fungicide. Please do an internet search on Modes of Action and learn how to rotate through Modes of Action, it is better for control of whatever fungus or pest you are targeting, is less of a strain on the environment, and prevents overloading a single compound or its metabolites in your soil. Eagle 20 is an extremely effective product.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  The best for fighting brown patch disease
    By Jeffrey in Stokesdale, NC on 07/12/2016

    For years I've been battling brown patch in my 1+ acre, Tall Fescue lawn. I live in the northern Piedmont region of NC where humidity was invented several hundred years ago (crabgrass was invented here as well back in 1792, but I won't go into that in this comment, lol). Around here, brown patch is rampant in the summer. I've tried 8 different products now, and only Eagle 20EW works completely and consistently. I use a precision Chapin hose-end sprayer (bought it on this website actually) at about 1 oz per 1000 sq ft of yard (the setting I use on the sprayer to get that is setting #5). I have a very well manicured and healthy yard, but this year is the only year that it's look this good. The other comment I want to make is with regard to another product, Honor Guard PPZ. I was mistakenly under the impression that you have to rotate out fungicides because diseases can develop a resistance to them. But according to the 20EW label, there is no resistance for brown patch, but with dollar spot (which isn't a problem in my yard) there is. Before I realized this, I did switch to PPZ for two sprays, and it did absolutely nothing--brown patch showed up with a vengeance as soon as I started to use it. That's when I decided to call Dow and ask about rotating for brown patch, and they pointed me to the label again and convinced me that their product doesn't need rotation for brown patch disease, so now I'm using 20EW all the time. And lastly, the price. It is more expensive than other liquid fungicides like PPZ, but, if you buy it by the gallon, its actually the same price if not a little cheaper. And around here, you'll need a gallon every year, so you might as well bite the bullet and buy a gallon.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Eagle 20ew
    By William in Mi on 06/19/2016

    I used this in combo with another fungicide to rid me peoney bushes of fungus. I have also used it successfully on snow mold.

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  • 4 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  excellent product
    By Dennis in marco island florida on 11/09/2015

    Worked perfectly. Used a granular but limited tesults. Live in south florida, temps, humidity, moisture, makes fungis here go crazy. I have a high breed Bermuda lawn, and got hit hard. In three days lawn turned brown from fungis. Applied this product as directed twice, once every 14 days and in 5 weeks after first application, lawn came back. Another 3 weeks it had healed itself. Now just once a month for maintaining it. Always look at type of fertilizer your area professional S recommend. Over fertilizing with wrong product will cause you just to feed the fungis itself.

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Terrific fungicide
    By Glenn in San Diego on 10/04/2015

    Had extensive problems with fig rust and shot-hole fungus on apricots and fig trees. After spraying just the new growth tips for a month, the trees have made a 100% recovery and shed the infected leaves. Nice! There are virtually no infected leaves left on my young trees all have beautiful new clean growth ! Bottle includes a built-in measure to minimize exposure.

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05/26/2010 Debbie

QIs Eagle 20EW a systemic fungicide?

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

36 of 37 people found this answer helpful.
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01/06/2011 Claude

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.

26 of 28 people found this answer helpful.
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07/12/2012 Bill from Sioux City, Ia

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

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05/15/2013 Lawence from Montgomery, Al

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.

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04/22/2011 Donny

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.

10 of 12 people found this answer helpful.
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Most Recent Customer Questions

10/03/2016 David from California

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

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

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08/02/2016 Louis from New Smyrna Beach, Fl

QWhat is the shelf life of Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide?

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If stored in a cool dry area, Eagle 20EW will last up to 3 years. 

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06/17/2016 Matt from Little Rock, Ar

QHow much Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide do I need for black spot on 3 rose bushes in my flower bed?

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One 20 oz bottle of Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide should be enough for several treatments on your roses.  You would use 8 fl oz/100 gallons or 0.08 per gallon and apply every 7 to 10 days per the product label.

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05/29/2016 Greg from Land O Lakes, Fl

QWhat is the best sprayer to use to apply Eagle 20EW Fungicide?
I have about 7,000 sq ft of St. Augustine grass.

A

Any sprayer you feel comfortable using or that best helps you apply the product would work, however many of our customer will use the Chapin Premier 2 gallon sprayer to apply their products like Eagle 20EW Fungicide to their lawns and plants. 

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05/13/2016 Mara from Sherwood

QIf it rains shortly after Eagle 20EW is applied will it still work?

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Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide should be applied and dried prior to rainfall. You should check the forecast and apply when you are not expecting any rain within at least 24 hours after application for the best results. If the product had ample drying time, it is possible that your application will still be effective.

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03/22/2016 Noel from Pensacola, Fl

QCan Eagle 20EW Fungicide be applied with an Ortho hose applicator?

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Yes, Eagle 20EW Fungicide can be used inside of a hose end sprayer. We would recommend checking the label for the specific fungus you are treating for to find out how much product you will need to mix in a gallon of water.

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03/04/2016 Robert from Westland, Mi

QCan I use Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide on my flowering marijuana plants?

A

Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide is not specifically labeled for marijuana plants. 

Customers will need to make their own decision as to what they consider safe. Some of these products are natural and organic and others aren’t. Some products, like the miticides, probably shouldn't be used when the plants are flowering.

·         wettable sulfur for fungus, mites,

·         Avid 0.15Abamectin 0.15FloramiteForbid 4F for mites

·         D-Earth for root weevils

·         Evergreen Pyrethrum Concentrate for mites and weevils (OMRI Listed for organic production)

·         Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide for fungus

·         Neem oil for fungus and mites

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01/11/2016 Jeff from Iowa, La

QWould Eagle 20EW help with quince rust on my mayhaw trees?

A

Eagle 20EW is a fungicide that is labeled for applications on trees for treating and preventing listed diseases, including rust. It does not specify quince rust. We do carry Bonide Liquid Copper Fungicide that is labeled for quince rust.

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12/28/2015 David from New Milfird, Ct

QCan you mix Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide with Subdue MAXX Fungicide?
I have pythium blight and dollar spot in my lawn and would like to mix the two. Is it possible?

A

It is possible to mix two fungicides together as long as they have different active ingredients and modes of action. You could mix Subdue MAXX Fungicide (targeting the pythium blight) and Eagle 20 EW (targeting the dollar spot) for overall treatment. Just be sure to follow the rates on each product label exactly so that you are applying the correct amount of product and at the correct intervals. When treating dollar spot, it is very important to rotate the fungicides used, so you could rotate the Eagle 20EW with a different herbicide, such as Honor Guard PPZ Fungicide with 14.3% Propiconazole. There are some fungicides which will target both diseases, although we are not sure which is more prevalent in your yard. You can also view more information about dollar spot in our Dollar Spot Guide here. Both of these diseases will flourish with lots of moisture, so try to avoid over-watering to decrease the conditions that favor these diseases.

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12/24/2015 David from The Villages, Fl

QWhat product will work best for treating rust on Flax Lily plants, Honor Guard or EWZ40?
I have applied honor guard and ewz40 with monthly and they still get rust. When this happens (rust) I end up cutting the plant down to get rid of the rust. What product would you suggest?

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Using products that contain Myclobutanil or Triadimefon have shown to have great results. Otherwise, cutting away infected areas of the flax lily can help halt or slow the spread of disease and allow the plant to recover more quickly. If several plants are infected, you can collect the cuttings in a plastic trash bag as you go, but disinfect the pruning clippers between plants and take the cuttings out of the yard before destroying them. Pruning nearby plants to improve sunlight penetration to the flax lily can help the plant's leaves dry more quickly after rainfall. Many plant pathogens, such as leaf rust, appear following heavy rains.

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