Label 33550 Vegetable Flower Approved 03-14-12 - Fertilome

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Label 33550 Vegetable Flower Approved 03-14-12 - Fertilome

Vegetable, Flower,Fruit AndOrnamentalFungicideACTIVE INGREDIENT:Chlorothalonil(tetrachloroisoph thalonitrile)*... 12.5%OTHER INGREDIENTS:............... 87.5%TOTAL:........................................ 100.0%NET CONTENTS ONE QUART (32 FL. OZS.)KEEP OUT OF REACHOF CHILDRENWARNINGSee Back Panel for AdditionalPrecautionary Statements.


Hi-Yield ® Vegetable, Flower, Fruit And Ornamental Fungicide10M-7-0212IfInhaledFIRST AID• Move person to fresh air.• If person is not breathing, call 911 or an ambulance, then give artificialrespiration, preferably by mouth-to-mouth, if possible.• Call a Poison Control Center or doctor for further treatment advice.If On Skin • Take off contaminated clothing.Or Clothing • Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water for 15 - 20 minutes.• Call a Poison Control Center or doctor for treatment advice.If In Eyes • Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15 - 20 minutes.• Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, thencontinue rinsing eye.• Call a Poison Control Center or doctor for treatment advice.If • Immediately call a Poison Control Center or doctor.Swallowed • Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by a Poison ControlCenter or doctor.• Do not give any liquid to the person• Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.Have the product container or label with you when calling a Poison ControlCenter or doctor, or going for treatment.In the event of a medical or chemical emergency, contactNorth America 1-800-255-3924 or Worldwide Intl. + 01- 813-248-0585NOTES TO PHYSICIAN: Probable mucosal damage may contraindicate the use ofgastric lavage. Persons having*32221-DDFFAja temporary allergic reaction respond totreatment with antihistamines or steroid creams and/or systemic steroids.Manufactured By:230 FM 87BONHAM, TX 75418EPA Reg. No. 60063-16-7401EPA Est. No. 7401-TX-1Visit Us At: www.hi-yield.com(RV040910)PEEL FROM CORNER OF BOOKLET


PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTSHAZARDS TO HUMANS AND DOMESTIC ANIMALSWARNING. May be fatal if inhaled. Harmful if swallowed or absorbed through skin.Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes, skin or clothing. Do notbreathe spray mist. Prolonged or frequently repeated skin contact may cause allergicreaction in some individuals.PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)Mixers and applicators must wear:- Long-sleeved shirt and long pants;- Shoes and socks;- Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material.Follow manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning/maintaining PPE. If no such instructionsfor washables, use detergent and hot water. Keep and wash PPE seperately from otherlaundry. Discard clothing and other absorbent materials that have been drenched orheavily contaminated with this product’s concentrate. DO NOT reuse them.ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDSThis product is toxic to aquatic invertebrates and wildlife. Drift and runoff from treatedareas may be hazardous to aquatic organisms in neighboring areas. To protectthe environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainageditches, gutters or surface waters. Applying this product is calm weather whenrain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help ensure that wind or rain doesnot blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area. Rinsing application equipmentover the treated area will help avoid run off to water bodies or drainage systems.Chlorothalonil can contaminate surface water through spray drift. DO NOT applywhen weather conditions favor drift from treated areas. Under some conditions,it may also have a high potential for runoff into surface water for several days toweeks after application. These include poorly draining or wet soils with readily visibleslopes toward adjacent surface waters, frequently flooded areas, areas overlayingextremely shallow ground water, areas with in-field canals or ditches that drainto surface water, areas not separated from adjacent surface waters with vegetatedfilter strips, and areas over-laying tile drainage systems that drain to surface water.Chlorothalonil degradates are known to leach through soil into ground water undercertain conditions as a result of label use. Use of this product in areas where soilsare permeable, particularly where the water table is shallow, may result in groundwater contamination.1


DIRECTIONS FOR USEGENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONSIt is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.DO NOT apply this product in a way that will contact other persons or pets, either directlyor through drift. Do not enter or allow people or pets to enter the treated area until sprayshave dried.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(ie., elementary, middle and high schools), campgrounds, churches, and theme parks.Not for use on Plants being grown for sale or other commercial use, or for commercial seedproduction, or for research purposes. For use on Plants intended for aesthetic purposes, suchas Exterior Plantscapes and Ornamental Gardens, or small-area Vegetable and Fruit Gardens.READ ENTIRE LABEL AND USE STRICTLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH PRECAUTION-ARY STATEMENTS AND DIRECTIONS.INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENTHI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE is an excellentDisease control agent when used according to label directions for control ofa broad spectrum of Plant Diseases. HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT ANDORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE is recommended for use in programs that are compatiblewith the principles of Integrated Pest Management (IPM), including the useof Disease resistant crop varieties, cultural practices, pest scouting and Diseaseforecasting systems which reduce unnecessary applications of Pesticides.FUNGICIDE RESISTANCE MANAGEMENTHI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE is effectivefor strategic use in programs that attempt to minimize Disease resistanceto Fungicides. Some other Fungicides which are at risk from Disease resistanceexhibit a single-site mode of fungicidal action. HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER,FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE, with a multi-site mode of action, may beused to delay or prevent the development of resistance to single-site Fungicides.Consult with your Federal or State Cooperative Extension Service Representativesfor guidance on the proper use of HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT ANDORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE in programs which seek to minimize the occurrence ofDisease resistance to other Fungicides.2


MIXING, LOADING AND APPLYINGHI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE is aliquid concentrate that readily mixes with water and can be used in a tank-typeor power sprayer.HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE is highlyeffective for the control of a broad spectrum of Vegetable, Fruit and OrnamentalPlant Diseases when it is used according to the directions on this label. Thoroughuniform coverage of Plant surfaces is essential for good Disease control.Shake well before using. Mix appropriate amount with water and use at once.GARDEN VEGETABLE DISEASESApply HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE atthe rate indicated for each Garden Crop for the Disease to be controlled, by mixingin one gallon of water to cover approximately 200 square feet (10 ft. X 20 ft.) ofplanted crop. Repeat applications at intervals specified. Use the 7 day schedule duringsevere Disease conditions or wet weather. Do not apply closer to Harvest thanthe indicated Preharvest Interval (PHI) for each type of crop. Do not apply morethan the specified amount of HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND OR-NAMENTAL FUNGICIDE per 200 sq. ft. of Garden area per year for each crop type.Note: Avoid spraying Plants during extremely hot and sunny weather. Do not applyto wilted Plants. Do not graze treated areas or feed treated Plant parts to livestock.(Tsp. = Teaspoonful 1/6 fluid ounce)CROPPHI(DAYS)DISEASESBean (Snap) 7 Rust,Botrytis Blight(Gray Mold)RATE PER200 SQ. FT. DIRECTIONS8 tsp. PerApplication,48 tsp. PerYearBegin applications duringearly bloom stageor when Disease firstthreatens and repeat at7 day intervals.3


CROPPHI(DAYS)DISEASESBeans (Dry) 7 Rust,Anthracnose,DownyMildew,CercosporaLeaf Spot(Blackeyeonly),AscochtytaBlightCabbage,ChineseCabbage(Tightheadedvarietiesonly),Cauliflower,Broccoli,ChineseBroccoli,BrusselsSproutsGARDEN VEGETABLE DISEASES (Continued)7 AlternariaLeaf Spot,DownyMildew, RingSpotCarrot 0 Cercospora(Early) Blight,Alternaria(Late) Blight4RATE PER200 SQ. FT. DIRECTIONS5 tsp. PerApplication,20 tsp. PerYear5 tsp. PerApplication,40 tsp. PerYear5 tsp. PerApplication,50 tsp. PerYearBegin applications duringearly bloom stageand repeat at 7 to 10day intervals. For useonly on Beans to beharvested dry with podsremoved.Begin applicationsafter transplants areset in field, or shortlyafter emergence offield-seeded crop, orwhen conditions favorDisease development.Repeat at 7 to 10 dayintervals.Start applications whenDisease threatens andrepeat at 7 to 10 dayintervals.


CROPCorn(Sweet)Cucurbits:Cucumber,Cantaloupe,Muskmelon,HoneydewMelon,Watermelons,Squash,PumpkinGARDEN VEGETABLE DISEASES (Continued)PHI(DAYS)DISEASES14 HelminthosporiumLeafBlights, Rust0 Anthracnose,Downy Mildew,Target Spot,CercosporaLeaf Spot,Gummy StemBlight (BlackRot), AlternariaLeaf Blight,Scab, PowderyMildew(Sphaerothecaonly5RATE PER200 SQ. FT. DIRECTIONS5 tsp. PerApplication,30 tsp. PerYear8 tsp. PerApplication,56 tsp.Per YearBegin applications whenconditions favor Diseasedevelopment andrepeat at 7 day intervalsBegin applications whenPlants are in first trueleaf stage or when conditionsare favorable forDisease development.Repeat applications at7 day intervals. Note:Spraying mature Watermelonsmay resultin sunburn of the uppersurface of the Fruit.DO NOT apply HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDEto Watermelons when any of the following conditions are present:1. Intense heat and sunlight;2. Drought conditions;3. Poor vine canopy;4. Other crop and environmental conditions which may be conducive to increasednatural sunburn.DO NOT combine HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTALFUNGICIDE with anything except water for application to Watermelons unlessyour prior use has shown the combination to be non-injurious to Watermelonsunder your conditions of use.


GARDEN VEGETABLE DISEASES (Continued)CROPPHI(DAYS)DISEASESRATE PER200 SQ. FT. DIRECTIONSOnion(DryBulb),Garlic7 BotrytisLeafBlight,or Blast,PurpleBlotch8 tsp. PerApplication,56 tsp.Per YearSee BelowHI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE is recommendedfor use with Disease Monitoring Systems which adjust Fungicide ratesand frequency of application according to Disease hazard.Apply as follows:Low DiseaseHazard AndPrior ToInfectionLow DiseaseHazard AndSome DiseasePresentHigh Disease HazardRate Per Acre 2 1/2 tsp. 4 tsp. 5 tsp.Frequency: 10 days 7 to 10 Days 7 DaysFor suppression of Neck Rot (BotrytisNeck Rot spp.) during storage, make a minimumof three weekly applications prior tolifting.6


CROPOnion(GreenBunching),Leek,ShallotGARDEN VEGETABLE DISEASES (Continued)PHI(DAYS)14(GreenOnion,Leek,Shallot)DISEASESBotrytis LeafBlight orBlast, PurpleBlotch,DownyMildew (suppression)Potato 7 Late Blight,Early BlightBotrytis VineRotRATE PER200 SQ. FT. DIRECTIONS8 tsp. PerApplication,24 tsp. PerYear4 tsp. PerApplication,40 tsp. PerYearBegin applications priorto favorable infectionperiods, and repeat at7 to 10 day intervals foras long as conditionsfavor Disease. Use thehigh rate and a 7 dayschedule of applicationswhen heavy dewor rain persists. Do notapply more than 3 timesper Season. If additionalDisease control isneeded before harvest,use another registeredFungicide.Begin applications at thelow rate when vines arefirst exposed and leafwetness occurs. Repeatapplications at 7 to 10day intervals. Use thehighest rate and shortestinterval when Plantsare rapidly growing andDisease conditions aresevere.7


CROPGARDEN VEGETABLE DISEASES (Continued)PHI(DAYS)DISEASESTomato 0 FOLIAGE(Apply every7–10 days):Early Blight,Late BlightGray LeafSpot, GrayLeaf Mold,Septoria LeafSpot,Target SpotRATE PER200 SQ. FT. DIRECTIONS6 tsp. PerApplication,42 tsp. PerYearBegin applications whendew or rain occur andDisease threatens. Usethe highest rate andshortest interval specifiedwhen Disease conditionsare severe.HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE maybe combined in the spray tank with EPA registered Pesticide products that claimCopper as the active ingredient and are labeled for control of Bacterial Diseasesof Tomatoes. Check the Copper Manufacturer’s label for specific instrtuctions,precautions and limitations prior to mixing with HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE,FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE.8


FRUIT AND NUT TREE DISEASESApply this product in sufficient water to obtain uniform coverage of Tree canopy,including the undersides of leaves, to the point of spray runoff. Mix the indicatedamount of HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDEinto each 4 gallons of water to be used for each application, generally sufficient totreat 200 square feet.Do not apply closer to harvest than the indication Preharvest Interval (PHI) foreach type of crop.NOTE: Avoid spraying Plants during extremely hot and sunny weather. DO NOT applyHI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDEwithin one week before or after application of oil or an oil-based Pesticide. Do notgraze treated areas or feed treated Plant parts to livestock.(Tsp. = Teaspoonful 1/6 fluid ounce)CROPPHI(DAYS)DISEASESBlue Berry 42 MummyBerry, AnthracnoseFilberts(Hazelnuts)120 EasternFilbert Blight9RATE PER200 SQ. FT.9 tsp. PerApplication,27 tsp.PerYear9 tsp. PerApplication,27 tsp. PerYearDIRECTIONSBegin applications atbud break (green tip).Repeat applications untilearly bloom at 10 dayintervals. DO NOT applyafter early bloom, otherwisephyto-toxicitymay occur to the developingfruit.Begin applications at leafbud break and repeat at2 to 4 week intervals.Based on availableresidue data, use of thisproduct is restricted toOregon.


FRUIT AND NUT TREE DISEASES (Continued)CROPPHI(DAYS)DISEASESPapaya 14 AlternariaFruit Spot,Anthracnose,StemEnd RotPassionFruit(Hawaiionly)7 AlternariaFruit andLeaf Spot(BrownSpot)RATE PER200 SQ. FT.7 tsp. PerApplication,21 tsp. PerYear5 tsp. PerApplication,25 tsp. PerYearDIRECTIONSApply with groundequipment only. Begintreatment when conditionsfavor developmentof Disease andcontinue treatments at14 day intervals untilweather conditions nolonger favor Diseasedevelopment.Apply with groundequipment in sufficientwater to obtain adequatecoverage of Fruit andleaves. Begin applicationsbefore Fruit spotsappear (April to July),and re-apply at 14 dayintervals until weatherconditions no longerfavor Disease development.10


FRUIT AND NUT TREE DISEASES (Continued)CROPStoneFruits:Peach,Nectarine,Apricot,Cherry,Plum,PrunePHI(DAYS)Do notapplyaftershucksplit.DISEASESLeaf CurlShothole,Brown RotBlossomBlight,Lacy (Russet)Scabon Prune,Cherry LeafSpot, ScabRATE PER200 SQ. FT.10 tsp. PerApplication,50 tsp. PerYearDIRECTIONSApply at leaf fall inlate Autumn. Whenconditions favor highDisease levels, applyonce or twice more inmid to late Winter beforebud swell.Make one application atbud break or popcorn(pink, red or early whitebud). If weather conditionsfavor Disease,make a second application10 days later (fullbloom to petal fall).Apply at shuck splitto prevent infectionson young Fruit. If additionalDisease controlis needed after shucksplit and before harvest,use another registeredFungicide.11


ORNAMENTAL GARDEN PLANTSApply HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE ata rate of 6 teaspoons per gallon, or 8 Tablespoons (4 fluid ounces) per 4 gallonsof water unless other directions are given in the tables below. Apply enough dilutedspray per acre to provide thorough coverage of all Plant parts that are intended to beprotected from Disease, generally ranging from 1⁄3 to 3 gallons per 1,000 square feetof Garden area. Repeat applications at 7 to 10 day intervals until conditions are nolonger favorable for Disease. During periods when conditions favor severe Diseaseincidence, generally cloudy or wet weather, apply HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER,FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE at 7 day intervals. DO NOT APPLY more thana total of 96 fluid ounces of HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNA-MENTAL FUNGICIDE (0.84 lbs. Chlorothalonil active ingredient) per 1,000 sq. ft.per Growing Season on field-grown Ornamentals.Fruits and other structures which may be borne on treated PlantsMUST NOT BE EATEN.This product may be used in greenhouses. DO NOT use mistflowers or high pressurespray equipment when making applications of this product in greenhouses.HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE is recommendedfor control of Fungal Diseases referred to by numbers in parenthesis followingeach type of Ornamental Plant. The User should test for possible phytotoxicresponses, using recommended rates on each type of Ornamental Plant on a smallarea prior to widespread use. Applications made during bloom may damage Flowersand/or Fruits.12


ORNAMENTALS RECOMMENDED FOR TREATMENT WITH HI-YIELD ®VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDEAndromeda(Pieris) (4)Ash (Fraxinus) (1)Aspen (1)Azalea (1, 2, 4)Buckeye,Horse Chestnut (1)Camellia (2)Cherry-laurel (1)Crabapple (1, 6)Dogwood (1)Eucalyptus (3)Euonymus (1)Arabian Violet (2)Begonia (1)Carnation (1, 2)Chrysanthemum(1, 2)Crocus (1)Daffodil (1)BROADLEAF SHRUBS AND TREESFirethorn Lilac (5)(Pyracantha) (1) Magnolia (1)Flowering Maple (1)Almond (1, 2) Mountain Laurel (1)Flowering Cherry Oak (Red group(1, 2)only) (1, 7)Flowering Peach Oregon-grape(1, 2)(Mahonia) (6)Flowering Plum Red-Tip (Photinia)(1, 2)(1)Flowering Poplar (1)Quince (1, 2) Privet (Ligustrum)Holly (1)(1)FLOWERING a PLANTS AND BULBSDaisy (1)Geranium (1, 6)Gladiolus (1, 2)Hollyhock (6)Hydrangea (foliageonly) (1, 6)Iris (1, 2)Lily (1)Marigold (1)Narcissus (1)Pansy (1)Petunia (1, 4)Phlox, (1)Poinsettia b (1)a–Avoid applications during bloom period on plants where flower injury is unacceptable.b–Discontinue applications prior to bract formation; phytotoxicity is possible on thebracts.c–Use 3 Tbs. of HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGI-CIDE per 4 gallons of water.13Rhododendron (1,2, 4)Sand Cherry (1, 2)Sequoia (1)Spirea (1)Sycamore,) Planetree (1)Viburnum (5)Walnut(Juglans) (1)Rose c (1)Statice (1)Tulip (1)Zinnia (1, 5)


Aglaonema (1)Areca Palm (1)Arternesia (1)Boston Fern(Nephrolepis)(1)Dracaena (1)Dumbcane(Dieffenbachia) (1)Fatsia (Aralia) (1)Ficus (1)Florida RuffleFern (1)LeatherleafFern (1)Lipstick Plant (1)FOLIAGE PLANTSd–Use 8 Tbs. of HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGI-CIDE per 4 gallons of water.DISEASES CONTROLLED WITH HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUITAND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDEActinopelte LeafspotAlternaria Leafspot or Leaf BlightAnthracnose (Gnomonia, Glomerella,Colletotrichum, Discula) BlightsBlack Spot (Diplocarpon)Botrytis BlightsCephalosporium LeafspotCercospra LeafspotCercosporidium LeafspotCorynespora Stem and LeafspotsCurvularia LeafspotDactylaria LeafspotDidymellina LeafspotDrechslera (Bipolaris) Leafspot, InkspotFabraea (Entomosporium) LeafspotFusarium (Gibberella) LeafspotMing Aralia (1)Oyster Plant(Rhoeo) (1)Pachysandra d (1)Parlor Palm(Chamaedorea)(1)Peperomla (1)1. LEAFSPOTS AND FOLIAR BLIGHTSPhilodendron (1, 4)Prayer Plant(Maranta) (1)Syngonium (1)Zebra Plant (Aphelandra)(1)Gloeosporium Black LeafspotMarssonina LeafspotMonilinia Blossom Blight, Twig BlightMycosphaerella Ray BlightMyrothecium Leafspot, Brown RotPhyilosticta LeafspotRamularia LeafspotRhizoctonia Web BlightScab (Venturia)Septoria LeafspotShothole (Stigmina)Sphaeropsis LeafspotStagonospora Leaf ScorchTan Leafspot (Curvulara)Volutella Leaf Blight14


DISEASES CONTROLLED WITH HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUITAND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE (continued)Botrytis Flower Spot, Flower BlightCurvularia Flower SpotMonilinia Blossom BlightErysiphe cichoracearumSphaerotheca fuliginea2. FLOWER SPOTS AND BLIGHTSOvulinia Flower BlightRhizopus Blossom BlightSclerotinia Flower Blight3. CYLINDROCLADIUM STEM CANKER4. PHYTOPHTORA LEAF BLIGHT, DIEBACKGymnosporangium spp.Pucoinlastrum hydrangeae5. POWDERY MILDEWSMicrospheera spp.6. RUSTSPuccinia spp.7. TAPHRINA BLISTER15


CONIFER DISEASESApply this product in sufficient water to obtain uniform coverage of Tree canopy,including the undersides of leaves, to the point of spray runoff. Mix the indicatedrate of HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDEinto each 4 gallons of water to be used for each application, generally sufficient totreat 200 square feet.Do not apply more than 42 fluid ounces of HI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUITAND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE per 1,000 square feet per year.NOTE: Avoid spraying Plants during extremely hot and sunny weather. DO NOT applyHI-YIELD ® VEGETABLE, FLOWER, FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDEwithin one week before or after application of oil or an oil-based Pesticide. Do notgraze treated areas or feed treated Plant parts to livestock.Tsp. = teaspoonful (1/6 fluid ounceDISEASESRATE PER4 GALLONS APPLICATION DIRECTIONSScleroderrisCanger (Pines),Swiss Needlecast,Sirococcus TipBlight, RhizosphaeraNeedlecast(Spruces), ScirrhiaBrown Spot(Pines)14 tsp.PerApplicationMake the first application in Springwhen new shoot growth is 1 ⁄2 to 2 inchesin length. Make additional applicationsat 3 to 4 week intervals until conditionsno longer favor Disease development. Foruse in nursery beds, apply the highest ratespecified on a 3 week schedule.16


CONIFER DISEASES (Continued)DISEASESCyclaneusma andLophodermiumNeedlecasts(Pines)RhabdoclineNeedlecast(Douglas-Fir)Botrytis SeedlingBlight,Phoma TwigBlightAutoeciousNeedle Rust(Weir’s CushionRust)RATE PER4 GALLONS APPLICATION DIRECTIONS14 tsp.PerApplicationApply in early Spring prior to bud break.Repeat applications at approximately 6 to 8week intervals, until spore release ceasesin late Fall. Apply monthly during periodsof frequent rainfall, and where Lophodermiuminfections occur during dormancy(Pacific Northwest). During droughtperiods, applications may be suspended,then resumed upon next occurrence ofneedle wetness.Apply at bud break and repeat at 3 to 4week intervals until needles are fullyelongated and conditions no longer favorDisease development. In plantations ofmixed provenance, or when irregular budbreak occurs, apply weekly until all Treeshave broken bud, then every 3 to 4 weeksas specified above. In nursery beds, applyon a 3 week schedule.Begin application in nursery beds whenseedlings are 4 inches tall and when cool,moist conditions favor Disease development.Make additional applications at 7 to14 day intervals as long as Disease favorableconditions persist.Begin applications in nursery beds when10% of buds have broken and repeattwice thereafter at 7–14 day intervals.17


STORAGE AND DISPOSALDO NOT contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal. Open dumpingis prohibited.PESTICIDE STORAGE: Store in a cool place. Protect from excessive heat.PESTICIDE DISPOSAL: Pesticide wastes are toxic. Improper disposal of excesspesticide, pesticide spray or rinsate is a violation of Federal Law. If these wastescannot be disposed of by use according to label instructions, contact your StatePesticide or Environmental Control Agency, or the Hazardous Waste Representativeat the nearest EPA Regional Office for guidance.CONTAINER DISPOSAL: DO NOT reuse empty container. Triple rinse (or equivalent)and offer for recycling or reconditioning, or puncture and dispose of in a sanitarylandfill, or incineration, or if allowed by State and Local authorities, by burning. Ifburned, stay out of smoke.18


WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF DAMAGESCONDITIONS OF SALE: To the extent consistent with applicable law, VoluntaryPurchasing Groups, Inc. (VPG) warrants that this product conforms to the chemicaldescription on the label and is reasonably fit for the purposes stated on thelabel when used in accordance with the directions under normal conditions of use.This warranty does not extend to the use of this product contrary to the label instructions,or under abnormal use conditions, or under conditions not reasonablyforeseeable to VPG. VPG DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS ORIMPLIED. To the extent consistent with applicable law, VPG SHALL NOT BE LIABLEFOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR INDIRECT DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THEUSE OR HANDLING OF THIS PRODUCT, AND VPG’S SOLE LIABILITY AND BUYER’SAND USER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE REFUND OF THEPURCHASE PRICE. BUYER AND USER ACKNOWLEDGE AND ASSUME ALL RISKSAND LIABILITY RESULTING FROM HANDLING, STORAGE AND USE OF THIS PROD-UCT. VPG DOES NOT AUTHORIZE ANY AGENT OR REPRESENTATIVE TO MAKEANY OTHER WARRANTY, GUARANTEE OR REPRESENTATION CONCERNING THISPRODUCT.19


Manufactured By:230 FM 87 • BONHAM, TEXAS 75418EPA Reg. No. 60063-16-7401EPA Est. No. 7401-TX-1Visit Us At: www.hi-yield.com(RV091109)*32221-DDFFAj20

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