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Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide is the best way to protect all kinds of plants from problems caused by bacteria and fungi, including all kinds of algae and spanish moss. All these diseases can cause serious issues with your garden, algae on your lawn, or the trees on your property. That is why you need protection against these bacteria and fungi based issues and the best protection is Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide.
|Active Ingredient:||Copper Ammonium Complex - 31.4%|
|Target pests:||Anthracnose, Apple Scab, Brown Rot, Cane Canker, Downy Mildew, Fire Blight, Leaf Spot, Powdery Mildew, Purple Blotch, Plus - Algae & Spanish Moss
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Residential Outdoors: Fruit & Vegetables; Fruit, Citrus & Nut Trees; Oak Trees (Ball Moss); Ornamental Flowers, Shrubs & Trees; Turfgrass (algae only)
* See label for complete list
|Application:||1 - 6 tsp. per gallon of water
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||MN|
|Shipping Weight:||1.32 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Southern Ag (Mfg. Number: 2902)|
The control of diseases with fungicides is based on prevention: plant surface must be completely covered with the fungicide to successfully prevent infection. Use the highest indicated rate per crop when disease incidence is high or expected to be, depending on rainfall and temperature. The low rate is suitable for general preventive sprays under normal conditions. Since weather conditions and disease incidence vary, consult your Agricultural Extenion Service for timing and initail application.
Partially fill the spray tank/container with water, add the desired add Liquid Copper Fungicide last. Agitate the tank during mixing and application, until tank is empty. A plastic or metal stirring stick should provide adequate agitaition. Observe all cautions and limitations on labeling of all products used in mixtures. Start with clean equipment. Equipment shoud be flushed well with water after use.
APPLICATION: Dilute Spraying: Apply specified rate 2 gallons of water per 1000 sq. ft.
Orchard and Grove Spraying: Applly specified rate at 9 gallons of water per 1000 sq. ft.
FRUIT AND NUT CROPS
|Apples||Anthracnose||4-5 tsp.||Apply to foliage after harvest annually for red varieties and once every 2 to 3 years for yellow varieties.|
|Apple scab (black spot), bacterial canker, blossom and shoot blast||4-6 tsp.||Apply post-harvest before fall rains.|
|Fireblight||.5-1 tsp.||Apply at 10%bloom and repeat at 5-7 day intervals during the bloom period. Do not use on copper-sensitive varieties.|
|Avocados||Anthracnose||4 tsp.||Apply when the flower buds begin to swell and continue at monthly intervals until August.|
|Bananas||Sigatoka||1/2 tsp.||Apply every 3-4 weeks.|
|Black pitting||2.5 fl. oz.||Mix in 1 gallon of water. Apply directly to the fruit stem and include the basal portion of the leaf crown. Apply during the first and second weeks after fruit emergence.|
|Blue-berries||Bacterial canker||4-5 tsp||Apply with a spreader-sticker before fall rains and again 4 weeks later.|
|Cane canker||4-5 tsp.||Apply with a spreader-sticker before fall rains and again 4 weeks later. In the spring during wet weather, apply at 10-14 day intervals beginning at leaf emergence.|
|Cane-berries||Anthracnose, leaf and cane spot, purple blotch, yellow rust||1-2 tsp.||Apply when leaf buds open. repeat when flower buds show white and continue at 10-14 day intervals.|
|Anthracnose, bacterial blight, leaf and cane spot, purple blotch, yellow rust||4-6 tsp.||Apply in the fall after harvest.|
|Cherries||Deadbud, coryneum blight||2 fl. oz.||Apply in October (before heavy fall rains) and again in January. Where disease is sever, another application should be applied in August.|
|Brown rot blossom blight||4-6 tsp.||Apply as a full cover spray at popcorn stage and at full bloom.|
|Citrus||Greasy spot, melanose, pink pitting, scab||2-4 tsp.||Apply as pre-bloom and post-bloom sprays.|
|Brown rot||1-3 tsp.||Apply in the fall before or just after heavy rains. In areas of skirt sprays, apply to a heigh of at least 4 feet.|
|Grapes||Black rot, powdery mildew, downy mildew, anthracnose||1 tsp.||Apply just before bud break when the shoots are 6-8 inches long, just after bloom, and every 4-10 days throughout season as needed. Foliar injury may occur on copper-sensitive varieties.|
|Kiwi||Pseudomonas syringea, erwinia herbicola, pseudomonas fluorescens||4 tsp.||Apply in 4 gallons of water per 1000 sq. ft. Make applications on a monthly basis. A maximum of 3 applications may be made.|
|Limes||Greasy spot||4 tsp.||Apply in June and continue at monthly intervals through August.|
|Mangos||Anthracnose||4 tsp.||Apply weekly from the time the panicles are 2" in length until all fruits are set and monthly thereafter until August|
|Peaches, Nectarines||Bacterial spot||4 tsp.||Apply as a dormant spray. Make post-bloom application at 1/2 tsp. per gallon at first and second cover sprays. DO NOT spray later than 3 weeks prior to harvest. DO NOT use at rates above those reccommended. NOTE: Slight defoliation and spotting of leaves may occur from use in cover sprays.|
|Blossom brown rot||4-6 tsp.||Apply as a dormant or delayed dormant spray. Can use with dormant spray oil. Do not apply at or after full bloom.|
|Leaf curl, shot hole||4-6 tsp.||Apply at leaf fall to protect buds and shoots from infection during rainy periods. Reapply up until late bud swell. Do not apply after full bloom.|
|Pecans||Shuck and kernel rot, zonate leaf spot||2-5 tsp.||Coverage at 2-4 week intervals starting at kernel growth and continuing until shucks ope. Use the higher rate and shorter interval if frequent rainfall occurs.|
|Pears, Quince||Fire blight||1/2-1 tsp.||Apply at 10% bloom and repeat at 5-7 day intervals throughout the bloom period. Do not use on copper-sensitive varieties.|
|Blossom blast||4-6 tsp.||Apply as a dormant spray. Apply only at bud break to control primary infection.|
FIELD AND VEGETABLE CROPS
|Beans, Peas, Lentils (succulent and dry)||Bacterial blight (halo & common)||2-6 tsp.||Apply when plants are 3-5 inches high and before diseases appear. Repeat at 7-10 day intervals or at 5-7 day intervals under severe disease pressure.|
|Beets||Cercospora leaf spot||3-6 tsp.||Apply when disease appears making 3-6 sprays at 10-14 day intervals. Apply more frequently under severe disease pressure.|
|Carrots||Early and late blight||4-6 tsp.||Apply when plants are 6" high. Make 3 to 5 applications at 7-10 day intervals.|
|Corn (pop, field sweet)||Stalk rot, leaf blight, bacterial rot, bacterial stripe, bacterial wilt||4 tsp.||Apply when disease appears and repeat as necessary.|
|Crucifers: broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, greens (collard, mustard and turnip)||Black leaf spot, black rot||2-6 tsp.||Apply by ground or air when disease apears and repeat at 7-10 day intervals.|
|Downy mildew||1-2 tsp.||Apply by ground or air when disease appears and repeat at 7-10 day intervals.|
|Cucurbits (Cantaloupe, cucumber, honeydew, squash, gummy stem blight, watermelon||Alternaria leaf spot, angular leaf spot, anthracnose, downy mildew, powdery mildew, watermelon bacterial fruit blotch||3-4 tsp.||Apply by ground or air when disease appears and repeat at 7-10 day intervals.|
|Eggplant||Alternaria blight, anthracnose, phomopsis||4 tsp.||Apply before disease appears and repeat at 7-10 day intervals.|
|Onions||Downy mildew, purple blotch||4 tsp.||Apply when plants are 4-6 inches high and repeat at 7-10 day intervals.|
|Peppers||Bacterial spot, cercospora leaf spot||3-6 tsp.||Make first application upon emergence of seedlings or immediately after transplanting and repeat at 7-10 day intervals. When disease is severe, apply at 4-5 day intervals. NOTE: Disease control is critical during fruiting.|
|Potatoes||Early and late blight||3-6 tsp.||Apply on first appearance of disease and repeat at 7-10 day intervals.|
|Spinach||Anthracnose, downy mildew, cercospora leaf spot||3 tsp.||Apply on first appearance of disease and repeat at 7-10 day intervals.|
|Straw-berries||Leaf spot, scorch||3-4 tsp.||Apply at 7-10 day intervals from the time new growth starts until harvest.|
|Tomatoes||Bacterial speck, bacterial spot, early and late blight||3-6 tsp.||Make first application upon emergence of seedlings or immediately after transplanting and repeat at 7-10 day intervals. When disease is severe, apply at 4-5 day intervals. Complete coverage is essential for disease control.|
NOTE: While the labeled rate is particularly effective against bacterial spot, a tank mix with Maneb or Mancozeb used at the labeled rates controls a broad range of diseases.
|Live Oak||Ball moss||2 fl. oz.||Apply in the spring when ball moss is actively growing, using 1.5 gallons of spray per foot of tree height. Make sure to wet ball moss tufts thoroughly. A second application may be required after 12 month.|
|Papaya||Anthracnose||2-5 tsp.||Begin applications before disease appears and repeat at 10-14 day intervals. Apply at 5-7 day intervals during periods of heavy rainfall. Use higher rates when conditions favor disease.|
NOTE: Liquid Copper Fungicide may be injurios to ornamentals grown under live oaks. This product may be reactive on metal and masonry surfaces such as galvanized roofing. Avoid contact with metal surfaces. Do not spray on cars, houses, lawn furniture, etc.
To control algae in turfgrass, apply 1 pint Liquid Copper Fungicide per 1000 square feet in 5 gallons of water. Liquid Copper Fungicide may be used alone or in combination with other registered fungicide as a maintenance spray. Observe all precautions and limitations on the label of each product used in tank mixes.
NOTE: Phytotoxicity may occur depending upon varietal differences. Do not apply in a spray solution with a pH of less than 6.5.
ORNAMENTALS Notice to User: Plant sensitivities to Liquid Copper Fungicide have been found to be acceptable in specific genera and species listed on this label, however, it is impossible to know sensitivities under all conditoins and phytotoxicity may occur. Due to the large number of species and varieties of ornamentals and nursery plants, it is impossible to test every one for sensitivity to Liquid Copper Fungicide. Neither the manufacturer nor seller recommends use upon species not listed on the label nor has it been determined that Liquid Copper Fungicide can be safely used on ornamental or nursery plants not listed on this label. The user should determine if Liquid Copper Fungicide can be used safely prior to use. Use Liquid Copper Fungicide on ornamentals in greenhouses or shade houses indoor and for control of bacterial and fungal diseases of foliage, flowers and stems. Apply as a through coverage spray using 2 tsp. Liquid Copper Fungicide per gallon of water. Begin application at first sign of disease and repeat at 7-14 day intervals as needed; use shorter interval during periods of frequent rains or when severe disease conditions persist. Liquid Copper Fungicide may be used alone or in combination with other registered fungicides as a maintenance spray. Observe all precautions and limitations on the label of each product mixed with Liquid Copper Fungicide.
|Althea (Rose of Sharon)||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Aralia||Xanthomonas leaf spot, Cercospora leaf spot, Alternaria|
|Arborvitae||Alternaria twig blight, Cercospora leaf blight|
|Azalea (1)||Cercospora leaf spot, Botrytis blight, Phytophthora dieback, Powdery mildew|
|Begonia||Bacterial leaf spot (Xanthomonas sp., Erwina sp. Pseudomonas sp.)|
|Bougainvillea||Anthracnose, Bacterial leaf spot|
|Bulbs (Tulip, Gladiolus)||Anthracnose, Botrytis blight|
|Camellia||Anthracnose, Bacterial leaf spot|
|Camphor tree||Pseudomonas leaf spot|
|Canna||Pseudomonas leaf spot|
|Carnation (1)||Alternaria blight, Pseudomonas leaf spot, Botrytis blight|
|Chinese tallow tree||Bacterial leaf spot (Xanthomonas sp., Pseudomonas sp.)|
|Chrysanthemum (1)||Septoria leaf spot, Botrytis blight|
|Dahlia||Alernaria leaf spot, Botrytis gray mold, Cercospora leaf spot|
|Date Palm||Pestalotia leaf spot|
|Dianthus||Bacterial spot, Bacterial soft rot|
|Dusty Miller||Bacterial leaf spot (Pseudomonas cichorii)|
|Echinacea||Bacterial leaf spot (Pseudomonas cichorii)|
|Elm "Drake"||Xanthomonas leaf spot|
|Euonymus||Botrytis blight, Anthracnose|
|European fan palm||Pestalotia leaf spot|
|Gardenia||Alternaria leaf spot, botrytis bud rot, cercospora leaf spot|
|Geranium||Alternaria leaf spot, botrytis gray mold, cercospora leaf spot|
|Gladiolus||Alternaria leaf spot, botrytis gray mold, bacterial leaf blight|
|Goldenrain tree||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Hibiscus||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Holly fern||Pseudomonas leaf spot|
|Impatiens||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Ivy (English, Algerian) (1)||Xanthomonas leaf spot|
|Ixora||Xanthomonas leaf spot|
|Juniper (Eastern red cedar)||Anthracnose|
|Lantana||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Lilac||Cercospora leaf spot|
|Loquat||Entomosporium maculata, Colletotrichum sp.|
|Magnolia (Saucer)||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Magnolia (Southern)||Algal leaf spot, Anthracnose, Bacterial leaf spot|
|Magnolia (Sweet bay)||Anthracnose|
|Marigold||Alternaria leaf spot, Botrytis leaf and flower rot, Cercospora leaf spot|
|Mulberry, weeping||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Oak, laurel||Algal leaf spot (Cephaleuros virescens)|
|Oleander||Bacterial leaf spot, Fungal leaf spot|
|Pachysandra||Volutella leaf blight|
|Pear (Flowering)||Fireblight, leaf spot|
|Pentas (Egyptian star)||Bacterial leaf spot (Xanthomonas sp.)|
|Periwinkle||Phomopsis stem blight|
|Philodendron||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Phlox||Alternaria leaf spot|
|Plantain lily||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Powder puff plant||Bacterial leaf spot|
|Queen palm||Exosporium leaf spot,|
|Rhododendron||Alternaria flower spot|
|Rose (1)||Powdery mildew, Black spot|
|Verbena||Xanthomonas leaf spot|
|Washingtonia palm||Pestalotia leaf spot|
|Yucca (Adam's needle)||Cercospora leaf spot, Septoria leaf spot|
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3 of 4 people found this review helpful:
By Sara in Bagdad, La. on 04/12/2016
I have used this product on my citrus trees and it works. I use it in a hose end sprayer and it takes care of my greasy spot problems
0 of 15 people found this review helpful:
By Charlie in Jacksonville, Florida on 02/05/2016
Have not had a chance to use. Weather's been bad. Delivery, as always, was swift.
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08/16/2014 J from N.y, N.y.
QCould you please give me the dilution rate of Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide for application on tomatoes?
The instructions got damp and the amount of liquid per gallon for my sprayer is illegible . Thank you!
07/06/2015 R from Richmond, Va
QHow long after applying Southern Ag Liquid Copper Fungicide should I wait before eating the vegetables?
03/11/2014 Loyd from Weimar Tx.
QWill Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide kill ball moss in oak trees?
ASouthern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide will treat for Ball Moss on Oak trees. Please consult the product label for application.
06/14/2014 Robert from Chattanooga, Tn
QHow soon can tomatoes be eaten after using Liquid Copper Fungicide?
ASouthern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide should only be applied to tomatoes during the period when the seedlings emerge or immediately after transplanting. The product label does not indicate a specific harvest time after applying the product. We recommend that you contact the manufacturer at 941.722.3285.
07/07/2015 Robert from Green Cove Springs Fl
QAt what temperature can I use Liquid Copper Fungicide?
A Like most products, Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide should not be used in temperatures over 85 degrees. We usually recommend to spray early in the morning or in the evening when the temperatures are usually cooler. Spraying in the heat of the day will cause the foliage to burn.
Like most products, Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide should not be used in temperatures over 85 degrees. We usually recommend to spray early in the morning or in the evening when the temperatures are usually cooler. Spraying in the heat of the day will cause the foliage to burn.
03/21/2016 Alan from Akron
QWhat is temperature range for application of Southern AG Liquid Copper Fungicide?
A The temperature range for†Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide††works best if applied in the cooler parts of the day when temps are below 70 degrees.††
The temperature range for†Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide††works best if applied in the cooler parts of the day when temps are below 70 degrees.††
02/21/2016 Stephane from East Longmeadow, Ma
QIs it possible to mix Southern AG Liquid Copper Fungicide with a Horticultural oil or Neem Oil for pest control?
A We would not recommend tank mixing Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide with Monterey Horticultural Oil or Fertilome Triple Action Plus with 70%†Neem Oil, none of these products are labeled to be tank mixed. Fertilome Triple Action Plus with Neem Oil also contains fungicide properties.
We would not recommend tank mixing Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide with Monterey Horticultural Oil or Fertilome Triple Action Plus with 70%†Neem Oil, none of these products are labeled to be tank mixed. Fertilome Triple Action Plus with Neem Oil also contains fungicide properties.
09/28/2015 Angela from Florence Ala
QHow much liquid copper fungicide do I mix with a gallon of water?
A The rate of Liquid Copper Fungicide you will use with water is entirely dependent on what disease you are treating for and on what type of plant. If you follow the link below to the product page for the Liquid Copper and scroll down, you will see a chart listing out the different dilution ratios for each disease and plant. You can also look at the Liquid Copper Product Label for more detailed usage instructions to meet your needs. http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/southern-ag-insecticides-liquid-copper-fungicide-p-8941.html
The rate of Liquid Copper Fungicide you will use with water is entirely dependent on what disease you are treating for and on what type of plant. If you follow the link below to the product page for the Liquid Copper and scroll down, you will see a chart listing out the different dilution ratios for each disease and plant. You can also look at the Liquid Copper Product Label for more detailed usage instructions to meet your needs.
07/15/2015 Brenda from Hattiesburg, Ms
QCan Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide be used on Hydrangeas?
A While Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide is labeled to be safe on some ornamentals, it is not labeled to be tolerable by Hydrangeas. Please give us a call, and let us know what you're treating for specifically, so we can help you find a product safe for your Hydrangeas (866) 581-7378.
While Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide is labeled to be safe on some ornamentals, it is not labeled to be tolerable by Hydrangeas. Please give us a call, and let us know what you're treating for specifically, so we can help you find a product safe for your Hydrangeas (866) 581-7378.
06/04/2015 Greg from Washington, Dc
QIs this an "M1" class fungicide? I'd like to use on my Contorta (Henry Lauder's Walking Stick).
It has Eastern Filbert Blight. Treatment calls for an M1 class fungicide.
AYes, Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide is a M1 fungicide. All the fungicides that are copper based are M1.
01/18/2015 Dmitry from California
QI need a fungicide for english laurel, is this the right product?
I need a fungicide for english laurel, is this the right product? If you have other product suggestion please also let me know. Thank you!
AThe Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide product label does not list English Laural as a tolerable species but does say that it was not tested on all species and is up to the user to determine if it can be safely used.
01/15/2015 Ken from Crystal River Fl.
QSpanish moss What will kill it ? Mixing ratio?
09/03/2014 Bobby from Denver Colorado
QCan Southern Ag Liquid Copper Fungicide be used on marijuana plants to control powdery mildew?
ASouthern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide is not labeled to be used on marijuana so we cannot recommend it for this use. Below is a response and a list of products we carry when we asked an expert what could be used on marijuana plants for insect control and disease control:
Customers will need to make their own decision as to what they consider safe. Some of these products are natural and organic and others aren’t. Some products, like the miticides, probably shouldn't be used when the plants are flowering.
Wettable sulfur for fungus, mites,
Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide for fungus
Neem oil for fungus and mite
06/06/2014 Leo from Berlin, Massachusetts.
QKilling lawn moss.
I have purchased this product at Home Depot today. The back information label "Booklet" is missing!! I need the mixing with water ratio. Thanks, L.
05/19/2014 Linda from Fort Myers,fl.
QCan I use Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide on my older rose bush?
ASouthern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide is labeled to for use on the ornamentals listed on the product label. Roses are not listed so we would not advise of this use. We do have the Southern Ag Dithane M-45 and many others that can be depending on what you are trying to treat for.