Dornic 720F is a contact fungicide that prevents ornamental and turf diseases. It provides broad-spectrum controls of diseases such as dollar spot, powdery mildew, rust, brown patch, leaf spot, and blight. Its built-in surfactant makes it rainfast in 30 minutes. If application is delayed, the solution stays in suspension up to six hours. This product holds on well, even after heavy rains or irrigation. It can be applied either as an early curative control or preventive control. It works best in turf, ornamentals, greenhouses, landscapes, golf courses, sods, and recreational areas. Ideal resistance management tool for fungicide programs.
Leaf spots/foliar blights, flower spots/blights, Cylindrocladium stem canker, Phytophthora leaf blight, dieback, powdery mildew, rusts, taphrina blister, scab. See label for the complete list.
This product is toxic to aquatic invertebrates and wildlife. DO NOT apply directly to water, to areas where surface water is presemt or to intertidal areas below the mean high-water mark. Drift and runoff may be hazardous to aquatic organisms in neighbotring areas. DO NOT contaminate water when disposing of equiment wash water or rinsate.
Do not use on home lawns and turf sites associate with apartment buildings, daycare centers, playgrounds, playfields, recreational park athletic gields, athletic fields located on or next to schools, campgrounds, churches and theme parks.
Do not apply to forests.
Do not apply this product within 150 feet for aerial applications, or 25 feet ground for ground applications of marine/estuarine water bodies unless there is an untreated buffer area of that width between the area to be treated and the water body.
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
Do not contaminate water, food, feed by storage or disposal.
Pesticide Storage:Store in a tightly closed container in a cool, dry place.
Pesticide Disposal:Pesticide wastes are toxic. Improper disposal of excess pesticide, spray mixture or rinsate is a violation of Federal Law. If these wastes cannot be disposed of by use according to label instructions, contact your State Pesticide or Environmental Control Agency, or the Hazardous Waste Representative at the nearest EPA Regional Office for guidance.
Arizona, California, Hawaii, Montana, and Washington.