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Liqui-Cop Copper Fungicide

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Liquid-Cop is extremely weatherproof and does not require oil or a sticker. A replacement for lime sulfur. Can be mixed with oils such as Saf-T-Side, for use as a dormant spray on fruit trees.

Liqui-Cop Copper Fungicide

$24.99
$24.99
Liquid copper fungicide spray for disease prevention on fruit trees, nut crops, citrus, vegetables and ornamentals. Very economical replacement for Bordeaux mixture with an expanded label.
Liquid copper fungicide spray for disease prevention on fruit trees, nut crops, citrus, vegetables and ornamentals. Very economical replacement for Bordeaux mixture with an expanded label.

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What are the ratio?

glo on Jul 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: To control powdery mildews, use a solution of 0.5 to 2.0 fluid ounces of this product in a
gallon of water. For best control, start spraying before the disease is visible or when mildew
is first visible on the plant. Spray all plant parts thoroughly (top and bottom of leaves), and
repeat every 7 to 10 days. When powdery mildew presence is expected on a plant, spray
the plants at the minimum application interval during the first 2 weeks after emergence.
To control downy mildews, leaf and fruit spots, blights, and rust, use a solution of 0.5 to 2.0 fluid ounces of this product in a gallon of water. Ensure that all surfaces of
the plant are thoroughly sprayed (top and bottom of leaves). For best control, begin
treatment 2 weeks before disease normally appears or when weather forecasts predict
a long period of wet weather. Alternatively, begin treatment when disease first appears,
and repeat as long as needed. See application notes for the specific crop application
interval. Use 2 fluid ounces per gallon of water, sprayed every 7-10 days, following
heavy rain or when the amount of disease is increasing rapidly. This higher rate
should be used for preventing late blight on potato and related plants. If possible, time
applications so that at least 12 hours of dry weather follows application.
To prevent fruit rots, use a solution of 0.5 to 2.0 fluid ounces of this product in a gallon of
water. Ensure that all surfaces of the plant are thoroughly sprayed (top and bottom of leaves).
Apply at the start of flowering and continue every 7 to 10 days until harvest. Fungicidal sprays
are especially warranted when weather forecasts predict a long period of wet weather

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