Ferti-lome Broad Spectrum Landscape and Garden Fungicide RTU is a unique formula that protects vegetables, fruits, ornamentals, and flowers against major plant diseases. It contains Chlorothalonil as its active ingredient which provides broad-spectrum control of fungal diseases such as anthracnose, black spot, leaf spot, leaf curl, powdery mildew, downy mildew, scab, fusarium leaf spot, and more. Recommended to spray ornamental and vegetable disease till the point of runoff with application interval of 7-14 days, while full coverage application until runoff for fruit diseases. Available in ready-to-use quart size spray bottle.
For listed vegetable and ornamental disease spray until the point of runoff and repeat at 7-14 day intervals
For fruit diseases apply full coverage until the point of runoff to thoroughly cover tree canopy including undersides of leaves
Not for use on plants being grown for sale or other commercial use, or for commercial seed production, or for research purposes. For use on plants intended for aesthetic purposes or climatic modification and being grown in interior plantscapes, ornamental gardens or parks, and grounds. Also for use on fruit trees and vegetables.
Read entire label and use strictly in accordance with precautionary statements and directions.
This product is highly effective for the control of a broad spectrum of vegetable, fruit and ornamental plant diseases when it is used according to the directions on this label. When conditions are favorable for development, thorough uniform coverage of plant surfaces is essential for good disease control. General Precautions and Restrictions: Do not allow people or pets to enter treated areas until sprays have dried. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact other persons or pets, either directly or through drift.
Spray foliage to point of runoff. Repeat at 7 to 14 day intervals. Use the shorter spray schedule during severe disease conditions or wet weather unless otherwise stated.
Note: Avoid spraying plants during extremely hot and sunny weather. Do not apply to wilted plants. Do not graze treated areas or feed treated plant parts to livestock.
Vegetables: Numbers in parentheses ( ) indicate days required between last application and harvest.
Beans (Green) (7): Rust and Botrytis Blight (Gray Mold) - Begin applications during early bloom stage or when disease first threatens. Repeat at weekly intervals or as necessary. Do not apply more than 28 gal. per 1,000 sq. ft. per season.
Broccoli (7), Brussels Sprouts (7), Cabbage (7), Cauliflower (7): Alternaria Leafspot and Downy Mildew - Begin after transplants are set in the ground or when conditions favor disease development. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals. Do not apply more than 38 gal. per 1,000 sq, ft. per season.
Ring Spot in Brussels Sprouts (CA only) - Begin at time of early sprout development or when conditions favor disease development. Repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals. Do not apply more than 38 gal. per 1,000 sq. ft. per season.
Carrots (7): Cercospora (Early) Blight and Alternaria (Late) Blight - Begin when disease threatens and repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals or as required to maintain control. Do not apply more than 47 gal. per 1,000 sq. ft. per season.
Celery (7): Cercospora (Early) Blight and Septoria (Late) Blight; Basal Stalk Rot and Pink Rot (Suppression) - Begin when plants are set in the ground. Repeat at 3 to 7 day intervals or as needed. Do not apply more than 57 gal. per 1,000 sq, ft. per season.
Corn (Sweet) (7): Helminthosporium Leaf Blight and Rust - Begin when conditions favor disease development. Repeat at 4 to 7 day intervals or as needed. Do not apply to sweet corn for processing. Do not apply more than 28 gal. per 1,000 sq. ft. per season.
Cucumbers (7), Melons (7), Pumpkins (7), Squash (7): Anthracnose, Downy Mildew and Target Spot; Scab, Gummy Stern Blight (Black Rot) Leaf Blight, Cercospora Leafspot,
Powdery Mildew (except Southwestern states). Also suppresses Fruit Rot (Rhizoctonia) on cucumbers - Begin when plants are in the first true leaf stage or when conditions are favorable for disease. Repeat applications at 7 day intervals or more frequently if required. Do not apply more than 50 gal, per 1,000 sq. ft. per season.
Onion (Green) (7) and Dry Bulb (7), Leek (7), Shallot (7), Garlic (7): Botrytis Leaf Blight (Blast), Purple Blotch and Downy Mildew (suppression) - Apply at first sign of disease and repeat at 7 to 10 day intervals. For green onions, leek and shallot, do not apply more than 21 gal per 1,000 sq. ft. per season; for dry bulb onions and garlic, do not apply more than 47 gal per 1,000 sq, ft. per season.
Potato (5): Early Blight, Late Blight, Botrytis Vine Rot - Begin when plants are 6 inches high or when disease threatens and continue at 7 to 10 day intervals or as needed to maintain disease control. Do not apply more than 35 gal. per 1,000 sq. ft. per season.
Tomato (7): Early Blight, Late Blight, Gray Leaf Spot, Gray Leaf Mold, Septoria Leaf Spot, Anthracnose, Alternaria Fruit Rot or Black Mold, Rhizoctonia Fruit Rot, Botrytis Gray Mold - Begin when conditions favor disease development. Repeat at 7 to 10-day intervals or more frequently under severe conditions. Do not apply more than 47 gal. per 1,000 sq. ft. per season.
Apply full coverage spray to the point of runoff to thoroughly cover tree canopy including undersides of leaves.
Peach, Nectarine, Apricot, Cherry, Plum, Prune: Peach Leaf Curl, Coryneum Blight (Shothole) on Peach, Nectarine, Apricot - Spray foliage to point of runoff. Make one application at leaf fall in late autumn. Make one or two additional applications in mid to late winter before buds begin to swell. Where Coryneum Blight (Shothole) occurs, apply an additional application one to two weeks after petal fall or at shuck split (tiny fruit just beginning to form) to prevent fruit infections.
Brown Rot Blossom Blight - Make one application at popcorn (pink, red or early white bud stage when first color shows) and a second application at full bloom. If cool, moist weather continues, make an additional application at petal fall.
Cherry Leaf Spot on Cherries and Scab on Peach, Nectarines and Apricot - In addition to the bloom applications listed above, make one application at shuck split. Do not apply after shuck split or before harvest. For control of Cherry Leaf Spot after harvest, make one application to foliage within 7 days after fruit is removed. In trees with history of high leaf spot incidence, make a second application 10 to 14 days later.
Spray foliage to the point of runoff. Begin applications as directed for each species and disease condition cited and repeat on a 7 to 14 day schedule until conditions are no longer favorable for disease development. During periods when conditions favor severe disease incidence, generally cloudy or wet weather, use the shorter interval between applications. For outdoor use only. Do not apply more than 115 gal. per 1,000 sq ft. per season. Use of this product on home lawns is prohibited.
This product is toxic to aquatic invertebrates and wildlife. Drift and runoff from treated areas may be hazardous to aquatic organisms in neighboring areas. To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters or surface waters. Applying this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area. Chlorothalonil can contaminate surface water through spray drift. DO NOT apply when weather conditions favor drift from treated areas. Under some conditions, it may also have a high potential for runoff into surface water for several days to weeks after application. These include poorly draining or wet soils with readily visible slopes toward adjacent surface waters, frequently flooded areas, areas overlaying extremely shallow ground water, areas with in-field canals or ditches that drain to surface water, areas not separated from adjacent surface waters with vegetated filter strips, and areas over-laying tile drainage systems that drain to surface water. Chlorothalonil degradates are known to leach through soil into ground water under certain conditions as a result of label use. Use of this product in areas where soils are permeable, particularly where the water table is shallow, may result in ground water contamination.