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Prime Source's Chlorothalonil 720 Fungicide is a distinguished disease control agent for a wide variety of plant diseases. It offers a contact, preventive, and multi-site mode of action to impede or stop the increase of resistance to single-site fungicides. Chlorothalonil 720 Select features an easy-to-use liquid formulation and has natural adhesion to the plant surface. It is labeled for use on cool and warm season landscape ornamentals, conifers, and turfgrasses. It effectively obstructs algae, anthracnose, brown patch, dollar spot, fusarium, leaf spot, rust and more.
This is an economical replacement for Daconil WeatherStik.
|Active Ingredient:||chlorothalonil - 54%|
|Target pests:||Dollar Spot, Brown Patch, Algae, Leaf Spot, Anthracnose, Fusarium, Rust and others
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Cool and Warm Season Turf-grasses, Conifers and Landscape Ornamentals
* Do not use on home lawns and turf sites associated with apartment buildings, daycare centers, playgrounds, recreational park athletic fields, athletic fields located on or next to schools
* See label for complete list
|Application:||* See label for complete application instructions|
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label (Toxic to aquatic invertebrates and wildlife)|
|Yield:||Tree crops: 1 acre (1.5 to 5.5 pints)
Sodfarm grass: 1 acre ( 5.5 to 15.0 pints)
Golf course fairways: 1 acre (5.5 - 15.0 pints)
Golf course tees and greens: 1000 sq ft. (2.0 - 5.5 fl oz.)
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK, AZ, AR, CA, HI, ID, KS, MO, MT, ND, NE, NV, OK, OR, SD, WA, WY|
|Shipping Weight:||28.62 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Prime Source|
Actinopelte leaf spot, Algal scum, Alternaria leaf spot or leaf blight, Anthracnose, Anthracnose Blights, Black spot (Diplocarpon), Botrytis blights, Botrytis flower spot, flower blight, Brown blight, Brown patch, Cephalosporium leafspot, Cercospora leafspot, Cerosporidium leafspot, Copper spot, Corynespora stem and leaf spots, Curvularia flower spot, Curvularia leafspot, Cylindrocladium stem canker, Dactylaria leafspot, Dichondra leaf spot, Didymellina leafspot, Dollar spot, Drechslera (Bipolaris) leafspots, Erysiphe cichoracearum (powdery mildew) Microsphaera spp., Fabraea (Entomosporium) leafspot, Fusarium (Gibberella) leafspot, Fusarium (Microdochium) Patch, Gloeosporium black leafspot, Gray Snow Mold, Gray leaf spot, Gymnosporangium spp. (rust) Puccinia spp., Inkspot, Leaf spot, Marssonina leafspot, Melting Out, Monilinia blossom blight, Mycosphaerella ray blight, Myrothecium leafspot, brown rot, Ovulinia flower blight, Phyllosticta leafspot, Phytophthora leaf blight, dieback, Pucciniastrum hydrangeae (rust) Puccinia spp., Ramularia leafspot, Red thread, Rhizoctonia web blight, Rhizopus blossom blight, Scab (Venturia), Sclerotinia flower blight, Septoria leafspot, Shothole (Stigmina), Sphaeropsis leafspot, Sphaerotheca fuliginea (powdery mildew) Microsphaera spp., Stagonospora leaf scorch, Stem rust (bluegrass), Tan leafspot (Curvularia), Taphrina blister, Twig blight, Volutella leaf blight
- Tree crops: 1.5 - 5.5 pints/acre
- Sodfarm grass: 5.5 - 15.0 pints/acre
- Golf course fairways: 5.5 - 15.0 pints/acre
- Golf course tees and greens: 2.0 - 5.5 fl oz/1000 sq ft.
General Precautions and Restrictions
Do not apply this product within 150 feet (for aerial and air-blast application); or 25 feet (for ground applications) from marine/estuarine water bodies unless there is an untreated buffer area of that width between the area to be treated and the water body.
Avoiding spray drift at the application site is the responsibility of the applicator. The interaction of many equipment-and-weather related factors determine the potential for spray drift. The applicator and the grower are responsible for considering all these factors when making decisions. The following drift management requirements must be followed to avoid off-target drift movement from aerial applications to agricultural field crops. These requirements do not apply to forestry applications, public health uses or to applications using dry formulations.
- The distance of the outer most nozzles on the boom must not exceed 3/4 the length of the wingspan or rotor.
- Nozzles must always point backward parallel with the air stream and never be pointed downwards more than 45 degrees.
Mixing, Loading, and Applying
Chlorothalonil 720 Select is intended to be diluted into water, then applied to crops by typical agricultural spraying techniques.
ALWAYS APPLY THIS PRODUCT IN SUFFICIENT WATER TO OBTAIN THOROUGH, UNIFORM COVERAGE OF FOLIAGE AND CROP SURFACES INTENDED TO BE PROTECTED FROM DISEASE
Spray volume to be used will vary with crop and amount of plant growth. Spray volume should normally range from 20 to 150 gallons per acre (200 to 1400 liters per hectare) for dilute sprays and 5 to 10 gallons per acre (50 to 100 liters per hectare) for concentrate ground sprays and aircraft applications. Both ground and aircraft methods of application are recommended unless specific directions are given for a crop.
Slowly invert container several times to assure uniform mixture. Measure the required amount of Chlorothalonil 720 Select and pour into the spray tank during filling. Keep agitator running when filling spray tank and during spray operations.
Do not use on greenhouse-grown crops except as directed in the Ornamental Plants section of this label.
When tank mixing this product with other pesticides, observe the more restrictive label limitations and precautions. No label dosage rates should be exceeded. This product cannot be mixed with any product containing a label prohibition against such mixing.
Chlorothalonil 720 Select can be tank mixed with ActinoGrow (Streptomyces lydicusWYEC 108) for the control of diseases in soybeans as specified on both this and the Actino-Grow label (see the Application Rate Table for details). Observe all applicable directions,precautions, and limitations on the Chlorothalonil 720 Select and ActinoGrow label (EPA Reg. No. 73314-1) when applying these products. Do not combine Chlorothalonil 720 Select in a sprayer tank with pesticides, surfactants or fertilizers, unless your prior use has shown the combination physically compatible, effective and noninjurious under your conditions of use. Do not combine this product with Dipel 4F, Foil, Triton AG-98, Triton B-1956 or Latron B-1956, as phytotoxicity may result from the combination when applied to the crops on this label. DO NOT tank mix this product with oil, or with any adjuvants which contain oil as their principal ingredient. When an adjuvant is to be used with this product, Prime Source LLC recommends the use of a Chemical Producers and Distributors Association (CPDA) certified adjuvant. Do not use with Copper-Count N in concentrated spray suspensions.
Applications Through Sprinkler Irrigation Systems (Chemigation)
Application through sprinkler irrigation systems is recommended only for those specific crops for which the notation “chemigation OK” is listed on label.
Refer to Product Label for complete list of target diseases, specific directions for use and additional precautionary statements.
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Chlorothalonil 720 for lawn disease control
By Richard in Auburn AL on 08/14/2015
This is an excellent product for me to fight "dollar spot" in my lawn. I have to use it every week during the growing season and it is very effective
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09/07/2015 Neal from Inglis, Fl
QWhat the mixing directions per gallon for Select Source Chlorothalonil 720 Fungicide?
A The mixing dilutions range depending on what you are targeting when applying Select Source Chlorothalonil 720 Fungicide. Please refer to the dilution chart on the product label for specific dilution ratios. Please let us know if you need anything else.
The mixing dilutions range depending on what you are targeting when applying Select Source Chlorothalonil 720 Fungicide. Please refer to the dilution chart on the product label for specific dilution ratios. Please let us know if you need anything else.
03/13/2016 Debra from Rochester, Mi
QWill Prime Source Chlorothalonil 720 Select cure rhizosphaera in blue spruce trees?
A Prime Source Chlorothalonil 720 Select is not labeled for rhizosphaera. Most Chlorothalonil based products are actually specifically labeled against use on blue spruce because they turn the trees a very unsightly white color. This is unfortunate since most online articles and local master gardeners point you specifically to Chlorothalonil based products. Because none of the products are actually labeled for blue spruce we cannot recommend you use them on these trees. If you do choose to use one, we highly recommend you choose a product that lists rhizosphaera as a disease it treats on the label. We apologize we could not be more helpful! http://pestcontrol.domyownpestcontrol.com/search?w=Chlorothalonil &view=grid
Prime Source Chlorothalonil 720 Select is not labeled for rhizosphaera. Most Chlorothalonil based products are actually specifically labeled against use on blue spruce because they turn the trees a very unsightly white color. This is unfortunate since most online articles and local master gardeners point you specifically to Chlorothalonil based products. Because none of the products are actually labeled for blue spruce we cannot recommend you use them on these trees. If you do choose to use one, we highly recommend you choose a product that lists rhizosphaera as a disease it treats on the label. We apologize we could not be more helpful!
06/16/2016 Brian from West Lakeland
QCan I mix Prime Source Chlorothalonil 720 Select with Talstar and NyGuard?
Is it permissible to mix: Prime Source Chlorothalonil 720 Select, NyGuard IGR, and Talstar P without harming their individual effect?
A Yes, you can mix Prime Source Chlorothalonil 720 Select, Talstar P and NyGuard IGR. You have to do a tank test first, to make sure they're compatible, follow the products' label instructions, and stick to the most restrictive label.
Yes, you can mix Prime Source Chlorothalonil 720 Select, Talstar P and NyGuard IGR. You have to do a tank test first, to make sure they're compatible, follow the products' label instructions, and stick to the most restrictive label.