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Monterey Liqui-Cop is a natural liquid application formulated to control and prevent diseases on fruit and nut trees, citrus trees, vegetables, and ornamental plants. Liqui-Cop is a very weatherproof product that does not easily wash away or degrade in sunlight. It does not require additives to make it more effective, and can be used in place of lime and sulfur applications. Liqui-Cop can be mixed with other horticultural oils.
|Active Ingredient:||Copper ammonium complex - 31.4%|
|Target pests:||Anthracnose, rots, scabs, blights, spots, cankers, pitting, mildews, and many others
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Fruits, nuts, vegetables and miscellaneous plants|
|Application:||Fruit and nut crops: 2-4 tablespoons per gallon of water
Citrus Trees: for brown rot - 2-6 tablespoons per gallon of water
Vegetable and Ornamentals: 1-3 tablespoons per gallon of water
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label - Safe once dried|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||DC, ND|
|Shipping Weight:||1.33 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Monterey Lawn & Garden (Mfg. Number: LG 3100)|
The control of diseases with fungicides is based on PREVENTION. Plant surfaces must be completely covered with the fungicide to successfully prevent infection. Copper pesticides are considered preventative, not curative of plant diseases. Use the highest indicated rate when disease incidence is high or expected to be, depending on rainfall and temperature. The lower rate is suitable for general preventive sprays under normal conditions. Since weather conditions and disease incidence vary, consult your Agricultural Extension Service for timing and initial application.
Seek advice on identifying specific disease problems and solutions from your local Agricultural Extension Agent or other knowledgeable persons. Partially fill the spray tank/container with water. Add the desired amount of LIQUI-COP and continue filling the tank/container. If applied with other products, add LIQUI-COP last. Agitate the tank during mixing and application until tank is empty. A plastic or metal stirring stick should provide adequate agitation.
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04/26/2015 Jane from Trinity, Tx
QWill Liqui-Cop treat fire blight on loquats?
ALiqui-Cop will treat fire blight, but is not labeled for Loquats. Please contact your Cooperative Extension Office for the best recommendation in your area.
06/20/2015 Carolyn from North Bend, Wa
QCan the Liqui-Cop be safely sprayed on the actual fruit?
I have pear and apple trees close together. The apple trees have apples on them. The pear trees are the only trees affected by a fungus. While I do not intend to spray the apple trees is it ok for the spray to get on the apples?
AThe Liqui-cop spray is designed to be used on edibles and fruit trees, however the mixing rates used during different times of application can vary, and vary from plant to plant. Please refer to this link for the Product Label and look at pages 2 and 3 for mixing and timing for application to Apples and Pears.
06/18/2013 John from Belfair, Wa
Qwill this work on apple scale and peach curl
ALiqui-Cop is not specifically labeled for apple scale or peach curl. We recommend contacting your Cooperative Extension Office and speaking with the master gardener for a recommendation for what products to use in your specific area.
05/07/2013 Troy from American Canyon Ca.
QDo I spray liqui-cop directly on fruit?
AYes, the Liqui-Cop is designed to be directly sprayed on Fruit and Nut trees, vegetables, and other plants. Please refer to the product label for exact dilutions for you needs and harvest times.
02/16/2016 Michele from Scotts Mills
QIs Monterey Liqui-Cop safe for bees?
We spray our trees with LiquiCop and would like to start bee hives on our property. Will this product hurt the bees?
A There should be no problem using Monterey Liqui-Cop in an area where there are bees. We would advise avoiding spraying directly to flower blossoms or during times when pollinators are present as the direct spray may have toxicity to bees or other insects if contacted directly.
There should be no problem using Monterey Liqui-Cop in an area where there are bees. We would advise avoiding spraying directly to flower blossoms or during times when pollinators are present as the direct spray may have toxicity to bees or other insects if contacted directly.