Aliette WDG Fungicide provides dual systemic protection against pythium, downy mildew, Phytophthora, and many other diseases on ornamentals and turf. Traveling both up and down through the plant system Aliette WDG Fungicide fully protects the plant and prevents wash off. Aliette WDG Fungicide attacks disease at several different stages of growth for greater protection against disease. By inhibiting spores from producing Aliette WDG Fungicide keeps disease from spreading to nearby plants. Aliette WDG Fungicide also bolsters the plants natural defenses against disease.
Aliette WDG Fungicide is only labeled to be used on commercial turf areas such as golf courses and sod farms and should NOT be used on residential lawns.
Aliette is a great product. However, the manufacturer advises against using a surfactant/sticker/spreader with this product. "Due to ALIETTE(R) WDG Fungicide's acidic nature, do not tank mix with acid type compatibility spray adjuvants (e.g., Buffit(R) Spray-aide, Triton AG-44M) or with adjuvants designed to enhance pesticide penetration (e.g., Herbex(R) or Induce(R))."
Can I use Aliette WDG Fungicide if I sprayed copper last week?
What do I need to be concerned about or is there something I should mix with the Aliette to lessen any issues due to prior application? I read something on the label but don't quite understand it.
As long as 7 days has passed since the application of copper you should be ok to apply the Aliette WDG Fungicide. The label is advising against tanking mixing with solubilized copper or applying back to back.