Ferti-Lome Broad Spectrum Landscape and Garden Fungicide will control many diseases like anthracnose, blights, spots, mildews, and scabs for up to two weeks on a variety of ornamentals, vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Use this product as part of a comprehensive program designed to reduce the chance of resistance to single-site fungicides. Ferti-Lome Broad Spectrum Landscape and Garden Fungicide uses a multi-site mode of action which will help to avoid single-site resistance from developing.
Use Ferti-Lome Broad Spectrum Landscape and Garden Fungicide on small fruit and vegetable gardens as well as ornamental gardens and exterior plantscapes.
|Active Ingredient:||Chlorothalonil - 12.5%|
|Target pests:||Diseases Controlled: Leafspots And Foliar Blights; Flower Spots And Blights; Cylindrocladium Stem Canker; Phytophtora Leaf Blight; Dieback; Powdery Mildews; Rusts; Taphrina Blister See label for complete list of controlled diseases.|
|For use in:||Use on fruits, vegetables, shrubs, trees and ornamentals.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|Yield:||See label for application rates.|
|Manufactured By:||VPG (UPC: 732221103702)|
Do not use on lawns or turf sites see label for complete listing of prohibited sites.
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July 21, 2014Connie from Norton Ks asked:
QIs the fungicide safe for tomatoe plants that have tomatoes set on?
Are tomatoes sefe to eat after using the fungicide on them?
AFerti-lome Broad SpectrumLandscape and Garden Fungicide is labeled to be used on tomato plants up to the day of harvest. Pleae refer to page 10 & 11 for application instructions and more information.
May 24, 2014Jenny from Omaha Ne asked:
QI have purple spots on my peonies. Can I use broad spectum fungicide?
AWe apologize but without knowing exactly what kind of disease you have on your peonies we cannot tell you for certain if the broad spectrum fungicide will work for your needs. You may want to take a picture of the disease and either email it to us for us to try and identify, or take it to your local master gardener for a better assessment. At that point we could tell you what would be the best product for you to use as well as the proper retreatment intervals for the disease. While it shouldn't cause any harm to use the Fertilome Broad Spectrum Fungicide we cannot say for sure it will help.