3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Robert from White House Tennessee
    10/05/2022
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    Can 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide be used on newly seeded Tall Fescue that was treated 22 days ago to treat for leaf spot?
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    3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide can be used on new grass to treat for grey leaf spot. Per the product label, the application rate for grey leaf spot is 6 to 9 lbs per 1000 sq. ft. Pleaser refer to the product label for more information. 

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  • Asked by Stuart from Ellicott City, Maryland
    06/06/2021
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    I bought Heritage G and Cleary's DG Lite from you. Which should I put down first as a preventative?
    When I bought the person who advised me had a preference which I forgot. I live in MD
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    Heritage G would be a good option to put down first as a preventative fungicide. Clearys 3336 DG is also labeled both as preventative and curative but works better as a curative fungicide. Please be sure to review the product labels for more information and complete application instructions before use.

    Heritage G Product Label

    Clearys 3336 DG Product Label

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  • Asked by John from Jeffersonville, Indiana
    07/12/2021
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    Rotating 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide with Heritage G for gray leaf spot
    I applied Clearly's 3336F and then several weeks later I applied Heritage G granular, them a few weeks later another round of Clearly's 3336F to keep away the gray leaf spot I had trouble with last year. Although both seem to be working good, I'd prefer another product in place of the Clearly's 3336F liquid. Would this Clearly's 3336 DG granular be a good product for gray leaf spot prevention, a different frac code, or would a totally different product be best to alternate with Heritage G? Thank you, sorry about being a ( pest) at times. Thanks, John
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    Heritage G Fungicide is a Group 11 Fungicide and Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide is a Group 1 Fungicide - the same as Clearys 3336F. You can make two applications of one and then rotate to two applications of the other and then back to the first one, or you can rotate to another fungicide like Pillar G Intrinsic Granular Fungicide which is a Group 3 and 11 Fungicide.

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  • Asked by Ed from Valparaiso, In.
    04/23/2019
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    When is the best time to apply Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide to prevent brown spot?
    cool season
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    According to the Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide product label, when applying this product to prevent cool season brown patch it should be applied in the fall before turf has stopped all growth activity. A second application should be made in early Spring when soil temperatures reach 55-60 degrees Fahrenheit or when the disease first appears. 

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  • Asked by Josh from Fairfield, Ct
    06/30/2017
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    Can I put down Clearys 333 DG at the same time (or within days of) putting down fertilizer?
    Can I put down Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide at the same time (or within days of) putting down fertilizer and/or other lawn products (maybe lime, iron, Bifen pest control...)?
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    As long as Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide is applied as directed on the label there should be no issue applying around the time of other products.

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  • Asked by Michael
    10/17/2016
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    How much will a bag of Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide cover?
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    Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide has a variable usage rate. Depending on how you spread it you can get any where from 3000 - 10,000 sq ft of coverage area. Please see the product label for complete application directions.

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  • Asked by Phil from Livonia Township, Mn
    06/14/2015
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    Will this product work for crown rot (southern blight) on gold tiarra hosta?
    The hosta will grow up and about this time of year the leaves start to fall off and then they will regrow. From photos I have seen it is crown rot/southern blight.
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    Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide is not specifically labeled for crown rot.


    We would recommend using Monterey Agri-Fos Systemic Fungicide is labeled for crown rot and can be used on ornamentals. You will use 1 tsp.-2 oz. per gallon of water. It can be used as a foliar spray, soil drench, soil incorporation, basal bark application and bare root dip.

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  • Asked by Ann from Washington, Texas
    04/27/2015
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    Is Clearys 3336 DG Fungicide effective for Rust on Plumeria leaves?
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    Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide is not specifically labeled to treat rust on plumeria. We do carry Fertilome Triple Action Plus is labeled to treat rust on edibles, flowers, household plants and shrubs. Please refer to product label for complete application instructions and intervals for curative treatments.
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  • Asked by Lori from Minneapolis, Mn
    01/05/2015
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    We want to use this product to treat our crab apple tree that has peonies planted around it.
    Is there any risk that it could harm the peonies?
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    No, there is no risk for Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide around your peonies. It is a systemic fungicide products for the prevention and control of turf diseases and the diseases of annual and perennial flowers, bedding plants, foliage plants, ground covers, plus deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs.
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  • Asked by Bonnie from Linden, Va
    06/14/2014
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    How do I apply this to evergreen trees?
    I have evergreen trees and I was told I need a systemic disease control product and dormant oil. For systemic disease, I would like to know how to apply Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide to them or if you have a liquid version for that application? Also how much I need for 4 small trees - tallest 7' - only certain spots effected. Also, any suggestion for a dormant oil to buy and its application? Thanks!
    A

    Clearys 3336 DG granules are only labeled for use in commercial horticultural applications for evergreens. There is a liquid formulation called Clearys 3336F which is labeled for evergreens. One quart should easily treat your small trees, but how much you apply will depend on what disease you are treating. Per the product label:

    "For soil drench applications,best crop protection is achieved with preventative treatments repeated every 21-28 days.For foliar applications, begin treatments when disease first appears, or during suspected periods of disease incidence. Apply additional applications every 7-14 days or as otherwise instructed for the prevention or control of the listed diseases."

    We do sell Hi-Yield Dormant Spray Oil in several sizes as well.

     

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  • Asked by Alphonso from Pinecrest
    09/24/2018
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    Is Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide harmful to fruit trees?
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    Yes, any vegetables or fruits that have been treated with Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide should be discarded, and nothing should be eaten from the treated plants for at least 1 year after application. 

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  • Asked by M
    02/28/2018
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    Can Clearys 3336 DG Lite control earth worms on putting green?
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    There are no products on the market in the USA that are labeled for earthworms as they are largely beneficial creatures. There are a few known control methods that include cutting back on irrigation so that the worms will go deeper into the soil for the moisture they require to survive or fertilizing your lawn after a heavy rainfall which will eliminate some of the population.  Clearys 3336 DG Lite is a fungicide and has not been tested to kill earthworms

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  • Asked by Bob from South Dennis
    04/21/2015
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    Does Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide work on frog eye fungus
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     Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide is not labeled to treat frog eye spot. Heritage G  is labeled for Frog Eye spot or Necrotic ring spot.
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  • Asked by Craig from Springfield, Illinois
    03/25/2015
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    What is the timing for application on flowering Crabapples in Springfield, IL
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    Please contact your local cooperative extension office to determine the correct timing of the application as this will vary greatly from region to region and also dependent on what type of disease you are trying to control or prevent.
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  • Asked by Jeff from Livonia, Mi
    07/13/2021
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    Zone 6 application of 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide in summer time?
    What is the temperature range this can safely be applied to TTTF/ KBG in the summer time? Will it cause any damage if applied in July/ August?
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    You will want to apply 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide on your lawn between the temperatures 65-85 degrees, in order to prevent scorching. 

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  • Asked by Wendy from Redding, Ca.
    08/09/2021
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    How many weeks apart can I use 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide on my lawn? Last application was 4 weeks ago and fungus is gone, should I do a preventative application?
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    Typically with a curative applications, 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide should be applied after 14 days for a total if 2 applications. Please review the product label and follow the instructions for the specific disease you are treating for. 

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