Mancozeb Floweable with Zinc Concentrate is a broad spectrum fungicide for use on a wide variety of ornamentals and vegetables. Controls diseases including leaf spot, downy mildew, blights, anthracnose, botrytis and others listed on the label.
This is a broad-spectrum protectant fungicide labeled for outdoor crops, and ornamental uses or greenhouse grown ornamentals. Optimum disease control is achieved when the fungicide is applied in a regularly scheduled preventative spray program. The addition of an agricultural surfactant will improve fungicide performance by providing a more uniform spray deposit, increased foliar redistribution, and improved fungicide retention during periods of wet weather.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE:
Grasp container by handle and mix contents with a twisting motion followed by inverting. Repeat this action 5 to 10 times to ensure product is completely resuspended.
Only applied once so far but it seems to be working
By Anonymous on 08/26/2013
This is what is recommended for the tar spot fungus in my maple trees but I couldn't find it at any retail store. It seems to have stopped the spread of the fungus but frankly the real test will be next spring which is supposed to be when it would have the most effect. It's easy to mix and apply with a sprayer but what I have read is to be sure to protect yourself when you spray. Remember, it IS a chemical that may be harmful.
I have to rotate fungicides on my trees and grape vines to avoid immunity. This is one that I use and it works great. But you have to stay on top of your spraying no matter what you use, I spray every 10 days or so with good results. Fast shipping from DMOPC too.
We researched what could be used to treat and infected tree. This product was highly recommended by a local expert forestry service. The support provided by “do my own” was outstanding. The person we spoke with was knowledgeable and extremely helpful. We don't know if the product will cure the issue but we are confident that this is the best option to try. They provided expert guidance about how and when to apply and what to do if this doesn't help. Thank you.
hard to find at Big Box stores, essential for Roses
By Olli on 09/29/2017
The only downside is I wish it was a little lower cost (of course!). Otherwise it is my go-to contact killer for black spot and other fungus. after all the recent floods in our area its really double-important, especially when teamed with a good systemic fungicide.
Do you spray Bonide Mancozeb on the ground, or can you spray the tomato, too?
On tomatoes how much chemical per gallon
Bonide Mancozeb Flowable with Zinc Concentrate needs to be sprayed directly on the infected plant. Per the label on Tomatoes: Anthracnose, Early blight, Gray leaf spot, Late blight, Leaf mold, Septoria leaf spot - Mix 3 to 5 tsp. per gal. Start applications when seedlings emerge or transplants are set and repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals throughout the season. Do not apply within 5 days of harvest. Do not make more than 7 applications per season.