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Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide kills and prevents more than 80 types of plant diseases. It can be used on flowers, vegetables, fruit, and shade trees, and shrubs to control problems such as leaf spots, blights, rust, mildew, and fruit rot, and many others. The convenient squeeze-and-measure bottle is easy to use - no mess or measuring cups. Makes up to 64 gallons of diluted spray. For best results, use with a hose-end sprayer. Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide is for outdoor, residential use only, and care should kept away from children, pets, and especially marine life.
|Active Ingredient:||Chlorothalonil - 29.6%|
|Target pests:||Cercospora, Phytophthora Die-back, Ovulinia Flower Blight, Leaf Blotch, Scab, Anthracnose, Fabraea Leaf Spot, Rhizoctonia Web Blight, Powdery Mildew, Rust, Botrytis, Alternaria Leaf Spots, Branch Rot, Septoria Leaf Spot, Black Spot, Helminthosporium Leaf Spot, Botrytis Gray Mold (foliar phase), Phytophthora Blight, Ascochyta Blight, Cylindrosporium Leaf Spots, Cercosporidium, Marssonina Leaf Spot, Fabraea (Entomosporium) Leaf Spot and others
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Fruit and Vegetables, Trees and Ornamentals|
|Application:||Readily mixes with water and can be used in a hand-held, hose-end or tank-type sprayer. Shake well before using. Fine spray required for proper coverage; use a hose-end sprayer for best results.
* Do Not use on home lawns and turf sites associated with apartment buildings, daycare centers, playgrounds, playfields, recreational park athletic fields, athletic fields located on or next to schools (i.e., elementary, middle and high schools), campgrounds, churches and theme parks
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|Yield:||Up to 64 gallons|
|Shipping Weight:||1.41 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||GardenTech (Mfg. Number: 2115)|
- Shake well before using
- Mix in a hand-held, hose-end, or tank-type sprayer
- Wear a long-sleeved shirt and gloves when mixing and using
- Apply thoroughly on plant surfaces
- Apply when the air is calm
- Do not use on home lawns
- Do not use on turf sites
- Do not spray plants during extremely hot and sunny weather
- Do not apply to wilted plants
- Do not use on pets or where spray could drift near people
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Daconil Fungicide Concentrate
By Kenneth in greenbelt, MD 20770 on 05/17/2016
I have used the product on my rose bushes to control black spot. We are now in the middle of the month of May and I have no black spot on my roses. I spray them every one and a half to two weeks from a tank sprayer with the addition of malathion to control insects.
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07/31/2014 Susan from Buffalo Ny
Qconcentration per gallon for blight on tomato
The folder that came with the bottle got wet and stuck together.
AThe Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide Concentrate Label recommends using 1 Tbs of concentrate per gallon of water. Apply the amount of concentrate in the table
05/05/2015 Janis from Cleveland, Ohio
QDoes this Daconil also contain a nematicide?
I want to use the same pump sprayer for this fungicide and beneficial nematodes (not at the same time, of course). The company that sells the beneficials said I should be fine as long as I don't use a nematicide. Some products are both fungicides and nematicides. Is Daconil?
AGarden Tech Daconil Fungicide Concentrate does not contain any type of pesticides that will harm nematodes.
10/24/2015 Dorothy from Ormond Beach, Fl.
QWill Daconil restore my ligustrum with leaf spot and mildew?
A Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide Concentrate is labeled to eliminate mildew and leaf spot on ornamentals, flowers, and fruit/vegetable trees.
Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide Concentrate is labeled to eliminate mildew and leaf spot on ornamentals, flowers, and fruit/vegetable trees.
06/04/2014 Barbara from Thornton, Co
QCan I spray Daconil after the needles of my fir tree have seriously dropped?
I suspect it has Rhabdocline Needlecast and I just noticed it in the past week. Is it too hot to apply to tree? Also, it is not on my lawn, just in the ornamental rocks bordering my back lawn.
A No, the label also states that this product should be sprayed when the new shoots are 1/2 to 2 inches long. You would spray every 3-4 weeks until dry weather returns. It should not be applied when the weather is sunny/hot.
No, the label also states that this product should be sprayed when the new shoots are 1/2 to 2 inches long. You would spray every 3-4 weeks until dry weather returns. It should not be applied when the weather is sunny/hot.
06/01/2015 Kyle from Petaluma, Ca
QCan Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide Concentrate be used to control powdery mildew on grapes?
09/14/2014 Nicasio from California
QCan Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide Concentrate be used on a lawn?