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Propiconazole 14.3 Fungicide

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Target Pests

The main use of Propiconazole is to treat for brown patch disease on turf grasses and ornamentals.

Propiconazole will also systemically control plant diseases and fungi including root rot pythium blight yellow tuft downy milddew and other foliar disease.

For Use In

Propiconazole 14.3% can be used in plantations turf grasses ornamental beds conifer farms nurseries soil applications through irrigation systems and in other listed areas.

Application

Propiconazole should be mixed at a rate of 1 to 2 oz per gallon of water for brown patch control. Each gallon solution of Propiconazole will treat 1,000 sq ft of grasses.

Fungicides should be applied at times of severe plant pressure. Common months to apply propiconazole are March, April, May, September, and October. These months are when plant diseases tend to break out.

You can apply Propiconazole with spray equipment as a foliar spray or a soil treatment. See label for exact mixing instructions depending on application method. Applications of propiconazole should be made at 7-21 day intervals for best results.

To control soil born diseases Propiconazole should be watered in after application.

For control of foliar diseases let treated area fully dry before mowing or irrigation.

Propiconazole can speed seedling establishment when applied at a rate of 1oz per 1,000 sq feet. It does this by promoting faster root development and top growth.

Propiconazole can be used to treat for oak wilt, dutch elm disease, and other tree diseases through root flare applications.

Coverage Area

Each quart of Propiconazole will systemically treat up to 16,000 square feet of area for brown patch and other listed diseases.

Time to Kill

Propiconazole should be reapplied at 7 to 21 day intervals for best control. It may take up to 2 months before complete control is achieved.

Mix Rate

0.5 ounces per gallon of water to treat 1,000 square feet

Active Ingredient

Propiconazole 14.3%

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Propiconazole 14.3% Fungicide is a broad spectrum systemic fungicide for control of brown patch (rhizoctonia solani) and other fungus in turf grasses and ornamentals. Propiconazole is toxic to fish. Do not apply directly to water or areas where runoff may occur. Do not allow animals to graze on treated areas.

Propiconazole 14.3% Fungicide is a broad spectrum systemic fungicide for control of brown patch (rhizoctonia solani) and other fungus in turf grasses and ornamentals. Propiconazole is toxic to fish. Do not apply directly to water or areas where runoff may occur. Do not allow animals to graze on treated areas.

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Do I need to add a surfactant for propiconazol 14.3 in my sprayer?
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does Propiconazole eliminate the brown spot/afflicted areas and will the grass regrow or will it need to be reseeded
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Is Propiconazole applied to just the spots where dollar spot is apparent or do you apply it to the whole lawn?
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Is chlorithalonil or propicanozle more effective in treating dollar spot and are they both spot spray applications to turf grasses
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Is the propicanozle fungicide for just spot treatment or does it need to be applied to the whole lawn, is it recommended to irrigate immediately after ( once it has dried), how many applications are usually needed to suppress dollar spot
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Can you mix it with a general weed control in a tank sprayer? it would be nice to only have to spray the yard once.
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I had applied a granular fungicide with Thiophate-Methyl Is there a specific interval of time I have to wait before applying the propicanozle to my lawn. Is propicanozle safe to apply in temp over 80 degrees, is it applied to the whole lawn or just spots
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Will this product help with lawn rust?
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Can propriconazole be used to treat a cherry tree chronically infected with brown rot? I spray with Daconil in spring, but invariably by mid summer the leaves start turning yellow and develop brown patches and drop off, almost defoliating the tree.
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Does propiconazole cause grass to (temporarily) yellow like some other chemicals? Also do you recommend using a sticker agent with this?
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Customer Reviews

  • Propiconazole 14.3 Fungicide
    By Robert Finnegan on 7/21/2013
    Purchased propiconazole two weeks ago so that I could control the brown patch that infested my front lawn. The propiconazole nipped the fungus in its tracks. I then removed the dead grass and began the reseeding. The seedlings are now appearing and the fungus up to now has not reappeared. I plan on applying additional propiconazole in the middle of August and then once again prior to the first snow at the end of October.

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  • Propiconazole 14.3 Fungicide
    By Sean on 4/4/2013
    We put this under our driveway and have gone through 2 seasons with no cracks due to weeds. In houston that is amazing.

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