Banrot WP Fungicide is a broad spectrum fungicide that will control root and stem rot diseases. These diseases are caused by Rhizoctonia, Phytophthora, Pythium, Fusarium, and Thielaviopsis that are found in ornamental and nursery crops.
For use in commercial greenhouses only. Use in residential greenhouses or other indoor plant sites is prohibited.
Banrot 40 WP is a soil fungicide for the control of damping-off, root and stem rot diseases caused by Pythium, Phytophthora, Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, and Thielaviopsis. It may be used at time of seeding and transplanting as a drench to control the labeled pathogens in commercial greenhouses.
Banrot 40 WP suspensions in water should be constantly agitated to assure uniform mixing and application. Banrot 40 WP suspensions need not be protected from light. Use at specified rates and concentrations. Overdosage may result in toxicity to sensitive plants. If plants are suspect of being sensitive, apply fungicide to a small number to insure safety. Banrot 40 WP should not be mixed with other pesticides or nutrients unless adequately tested first.
Will I be unable to use the soil of a Banrot treated plant for vegetables?
If I treat a non-vegetable plant I have planted this year in my vegetable garden with Banrot, will I be unable to grow vegetables in that soil in future years?
Banrot WP is labeled for commercial greenhouse use only. Per the label, Banrot WP is only labeled to be used on coffee beans and certain citrus plants. Do not apply after field transplanting and within two years of the first citrus fruit harvest. For any additional questions, we would recommend contacting the manufacturer at 1-800-492-8255.
Can I use Banrot WP Fungicide if I might have sylvester palm bud rot?
Banrot WP Fungicide is labeled to treat both Phytophthora and Thielaviopsis bud rots in palms by bud drench, but it is only for use in commercial greenhouses. Whether treatment for your plants is possible will depend on the age of the plants and severity of the problem. This article from the University of Florida Extension has great information about these pathogens and treatment options.
Can you give me a ppm mixture rate for use of Banrot on orchids?
Since I use an old Ortho hose end sprayer for application of fertilizers and fungicides the pounds and teaspoons per gallon specs I've found won't work for my use. I have a EC/ppm meter, so if I could just get a ppm rate I can make the necessary adjustments of product and water for my sprayer like I do for fertilizer applications.
Orchids are not listed on the Banrot WP Fungicide label, therefore we are unable to advise on a mixing rate. We recommend contacting the manufacturer Everris at 1-800-492-8255 for further details on your treatment.