|Active Ingredient:||Chlorothalonil 29.6%|
|Target pests:||Leaf spots, rust, blights, fruit rots, mildews, scab, molds, flower spots, cylindrocladium stem canker, purple blotch|
|For use in:||On flowers, shrubs, shade trees, fruit trees, vegetables.|
|Application:||Mix appropriate amount of product with water and use as directed on label.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on the product label.|
|Yield:||Approx. 16 - 62 gals.|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK, DC, HI|
|Manufactured By:||Bonide (UPC: 037321008804)|
Fung-onil Multi-purpose fungicide by Bonide is truly all purpose. Controls leaf spots, rust, blights, mildews, molds, and other listed plant diseases on roses, flowers, fruit and shade trees, and vegetables.
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4 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Great Fungus Fighter!
By Alan on June 14, 2012
Because I had used Cleary 3336G many times in the past, it didn't totally clear up all the fungus in my St. Augustine grass this spring. After applying Fung-onil Multi purpose Fungiside, the grass quickly started growing and filled in back to a lush, full cover. It's a great product to use in alternate treatment with Cleary.
Fung - onil
By Patrick on July 22, 2014
this product is awesome for those spruce tree with purple needles. I had that on 62 Blue Spruce trees and followed the direction. this completely cured this disease with one application.
A wonderful product!!
By Augie on August 10, 2014
I just love the results from this product. I have been treating my everegreen bushes that have been on the ground for a very long time and fungonil has always removed the brown spots quite effectively!! It is a great product!!!
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July 5, 2012
Frances from Tioga Pa 16946 asked:
QHow often do you put Fung-onil on tomatoes?
A For tomatoes, the Fungonil Multi Purpose label says that you can apply every 7 to 10 days.
For tomatoes, the Fungonil Multi Purpose label says that you can apply every 7 to 10 days.
July 25, 2013
Carroll from Clinton, Maine asked:
QCan I use Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate
on apple trees with scab?
I have a mccoun and Mac apple tree with scab on fruit and leaves. Is this the right product?
A Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate does treat scab and can be used on apple trees. However, the label states to only make one application after bud break. You can also use Bonide Captan Fungicide. The product label states: Use 1 to 1½ Tbs. per gal. of water.
For secondary scab in mid-summer coverage spray
– Use 1 Tbs. per gal. of water. (Pacific Northwest):
Bull’s eye rot, botrytis rot - Use 1 Tbs. per gal. of
water. Make 1 or 2 applications with late cover sprays
and 1 final spray prior to harvest. May be applied up to
Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate does treat scab and can be used on apple trees. However, the label states to only make one application after bud break. You can also use Bonide Captan Fungicide. The product label states:
Use 1 to 1½ Tbs. per gal. of water.
May 31, 2013
Katherine from Huntersville, Nc asked:
QIs Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate good for Roses? What would be the amount mixture in a gallon?
AYes, Fung-onil Multi Purpose can be used on roses. You want to use 1 1/2 TBS per 4 gallons of water. Be sure to avoid application during bloom periods. Please also refer to the product label for specific instrcutions in application to roses.
May 19, 2013
Bree from Merrill, Ia asked:
Qhow often should i apply to evergreens? when do i stop applying?
Browning from bottom up.
ASince applications of Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate vary from region to region, we recommend contacting the manufacturer Bonide at 800-536-8231 for specific information pertaining to applications in your area.
September 2, 2013
Joseph from Sykesville, Maryland asked:
QHow many ounces in the $25.95 size, and, what is the mixing rate (ounces per gal.)?
AThe $25.95 container of Fung-onil Multi Purpose is a 16 oz bottle. You will use 1.50-2.50 tsp per gallon of water depending on what you are treating for. You can see all of the usage rates by reading the product label.
August 18, 2014
Robert from Morgantown,wv asked:
QHow soon can I eat tomatoes after spraying Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate?
A Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate can be used up until the day of harvest. We would recommend washing them off thoroughly before eating. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
August 8, 2014
Donna from Roanoke Va asked:
QCan you use to much Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide on tomatoes and what would happen?
My son applied this to the tomato plants, and they were doing good afterwards. Now the leaves are turning yellow, and they have small black spots on the leaves should we spray again or not?
A Fung-onil Multi-Purpose Fungicide Concentrate can be used a foliar spray every 7-10 days. You will use 2 1/2 teaspoons per application. The product is limited to 18 teaspoons per year. If you use too much per year, you are at risk for damaging/killing your plants. You can spray this product up until the day of harvest. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
July 30, 2014
Deb from Acworth, Ga asked:
QHow long does Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate before rain
Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate should be applied at least 4-6 hours before a rain. This would be adequate amount of time for the product to dry and stick.
July 21, 2014
Mike from Wilkes Barre Pa asked:
QAre vegetables safe to eat after spraying Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate?
July 7, 2014
Andy from Tn asked:
QWhat is your most effective product for controlling bacterial spot in Tomatoes?
A Our Fung-onil Multipurpose Fungicide for Vegetables and Flowers is a great product to use for control of all diseases on tomatoes as well as other edibles. Per the product label for control of diseases on tomatoes: Use 2 1/2 teaspoons of Fung-onil per 200 sq/ft in sufficient amount of water to deliver the application. Apply every 7-14 days during conditions favorable for disease growth.
May 30, 2014
Larry from Penna asked:
QWhen to spray Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate on pine trees
May 16, 2014
Gail from Fair Oaks, Ca asked:
QCan I use this product on my apple tree after blooming? It has blight! It's a pink lady apple.
It also has orange sticky residue spots on the branches where the blight has hit the blooms and leaves!
You want to avoid application of Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate during the early bloom stage per the product label. Please refer to the product label for more information on the type of blight you are treating for exact application time and dilution.
September 22, 2013
Bob from Bucks County, Pa asked:
Is this product effective for controlling boxwood blight?
A Yes, Fung-onil is labeled for all types of blight.
June 9, 2013
Frank from Oldsmar, Fl asked:
QWater soluable? I want to mix it in my laytex outside house paint... Please advise.
A This product is designed to control fungus and diseases that occur on plants only. This is a water soluble product but would not be the correct product for your needs. Please refer to the Fung-onil Product Label for how to properly use this product, and contact your local cooperative extension office or master gardner if you are looking for a product to keep molds and mildews off of your home.
May 2, 2013
Dg from Plymouth Wi asked:
QIs Fung-onil for use on mushrooms?
A Fung-onil is not labeled to control mushrooms. We recommend you contact your local cooperative extension office and get the mushroom identified and the master gardener on staff should be able to tell you what will work to eliminate the type of mushroom you are dealing with.