Ferti-lome F Stop Lawn and Garden Fungicide RTS

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Ferti-lome F Stop Lawn and Garden Fungicide RTS
Ferti-lome F Stop Lawn and Garden Fungicide RTS

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Product Overview

Ferti-lome F-Stop Lawn and Garden Fungicide RTS is designed to protect lawns, flowers, fruits, nuts, berries, and shrubs against major plant diseases. This ready-to-spray formula contains the active ingredient Myclobutanil which is effective in preventing and controlling diseases such as rust, black spot, powdery mildew, brown rot, brown patch, leaf spot, dollar spot, summer patch, and a lot more. It rainproofs in as little as 2 hours to ensure its effectiveness will remain intact. Available in a convenient RTS spray bottle with 32 oz. content and treats up to 1500 sq. ft.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Myclobutanil - 1%
Target pests Powdery Mildew, Black Spot, Rust, Blights, Scab, Brown Rot, Leaf Spot, Brown Patch, Dollar Spot, Red Thread, Summer Patch, Melting Out and others.
For use in Roses, flowers, ornamental shrubs, berries, fruit, nuts, vegetables and lawns.
Application Spray to wet plant surfaces, covering both upper and lower leaf surfaces. Treat once every 2 weeks on ornamental shrubs and flowers throughout the growing season until diseases are no longer present.
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on label.
Yield Treats 1500 sq. ft.
Formulation Ready-to-Spray Liquid.
NOT FOR SALE TO CA
Special Features Rainproof in just 2 hours.
Shipping Weight 2.40 lbs
Manufacturer VPG (Mfg. Number: FE10765)
UPC 732221107656
EPA Registration 7401-505

Details

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

PRODUCT USE TIPS:

This product is the most effective as a fungicide when it is used to prevent diseases before they appear. Begin applications early in the season when conditions are favorable for disease development such as cloudy, wet weather.

If it rains before product has dried, re-apply. Do not apply if temperatures are 90 degrees fahrenheit or higher as damage to plants may occur. Make applications to a dry leaf surface early in the morning or evening when winds are calm.

Use with care on Ferns, Palms and Fuchsia. As with all plants, es- pecially Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Roses, there are a wide variety of species; consequently, a wide variety of susceptibility to injury. To test for plant sensitivity, spray a plant, wait 24 hours, and check for possible injury.

HOW TO USE:

Spray to wet plant surfaces, covering both upper and lower leaf surfaces. Apply to the point when spray just begins to run off the leaves. Treat once every 2 weeks on ornamental shrubs and flowers throughout the growing season until diseases are no longer present. On roses, treat once every 7 to 10 days if Black Spot is present. Start application when the lawn begins to turn green in the spring or when signs of disease are present. Check the spray application timing for each type of vegetable, fruit, nut and berry listed on the label.

Use the attached ready-to-spray sprayer on the bottle.

READY-TO-SPRAY DIRECTIONS FOR USE OUTDOORS ON HOME LAWNS, ROSES, FLOWERS, ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS, FRUITS, NUTS AND VEGETABLES LISTED ON THE LABEL.

HOW TO USE THE READY-TO-SPRAY SYSTEM

Connect

  1. Shake well before using.
  2. Connect sprayer to hose.
  3. Turn on water.

Spray

  1. To begin spraying, point nozzle in the direction you want to spray.
  2. Bend small plastic tab back and Turn knob clockwise to ON position.
  3. Spray evenly to the area to be treated. Refer to the clear view strip (graduated scale) on the side of the container to determine how much product has been sprayed.

Finish

  1. To stop spraying, turn knob counter clockwise to OFF position.
  2. Turn off water.
  3. Relieve water pressure by turning knob to ON position until water slows to a drip. Then turn knob back to OFF position.
  4. Disconnect sprayer from hose.

WHERE TO USE:

LAWNS

Controls Brown Patch, Crown Rot, Powdery Mildew, Septoria Leaf Spot, Zonate Leaf Spot, Fusarium Blight, Fusarium Patch (Pink Snow Mold), Gray Leaf Spot, Rust, Summer Patch, Dollar Spot, Red Thread, Melting Out, Anthracnose, Copper Spot, Necrotic Ring Spot and Leaf Smut. For lawn applications in Nassau and Suffolk counties in New York State, do not apply more than 3 times per given area per year.

One quart of product will treat 1500 sq. ft. of lawn area. Repeat application once every 2 to 4 weeks or at the first sign of new disease development. For Fusarium Patch (Pink Snow Mold), make application prior to snow cover. For Leaf Smut, make application in fall after lawn enters dormancy and/or in the spring prior to new lawn growth. Do not apply more than 16 treatments per year.

VEGETABLES

Asparagus (To Control Rust): Uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to the point of runoff. Do not apply to harvestable spears. In all states except California, this product may be applied within 180 days of harvest. Do not apply more than one time per growing season. In California only, the product may be applied within 30 days of harvest. Do not apply more than 4 times per year. In all locations, apply to the developing ferns after harvest. Reapply every 14 days as disease symptoms persist.

Cucurbits Cantaloupe, Melons, Pumpkin, Squash (To Control Powdery Mildew): Uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to the point of runoff. The product may be applied up to and including the day of harvest. Do not apply more than 5 times per season. Reapply every 7 to 10 days as disease symptoms persist. Do not plant a new crop in the same place as the crop that was treated within 30 days of the last application.

Tomatoes (To Control Powdery Mildew): Uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to the point of runoff. The product may be used up to and including the day of harvest. Do not apply more than 4 times per season. Apply when the disease first appears or if conditions are favorable for disease development, reapply every 21 days as disease symptoms persist. Do not plant a new crop in the same place as the crop that was treated within 30 days of the last application.

NUTS

Almonds (To Control Blossom Blight, Rust and Shothole): Uniformly apply to the point of runoff. Do not apply within 90 days of harvest. Do not apply more than 3 times per season. For Blossom Blight and Shothole, apply at pink bud stage (when about 5 percent of the buds have bloomed). If conditions are favorable for disease development, reapply at full bloom and when the petals fall. For rust, apply 8 weeks after flowering. If conditions are favorable for disease development, reapply every 21 days as disease symptoms persist.

FRUITS

Grapes (To Control Anthracnose, Black Rot and Powdery Mildew): Uniformly apply to all plant parts to the point of runoff. Treat every 2 weeks for best control of these diseases. Do not apply within 2 weeks of harvest. Do not apply more than 5 times per season.

Apples (To Control Powdery Mildew, Rust and Scab): Uniformly apply to all plant parts to the point of runoff. Do not treat within 2 weeks of harvest. Do not apply more than 5 times in a season. Repeat applications once every 7 to 10 days.

Apricots, Cherries, Nectarines, Peaches, Plums and Prunes (To Control Brown Rot, Powdery Mildew, Shothole and Rust: Uniformly apply to all plant parts to the point of runoff. Applications may be made up to day of harvest. Do not apply more than 4 times in a season. Repeat applications once every 7 to 10 days.

BERRIES

Strawberry (To Control Leaf Blight, Leaf Spot and Powdery Mildew): Uniformly apply to all plant parts to the point of runoff. The product may be applied up to the day of harvest. Do not apply more than 6 times per season. Apply when the disease first appears or when conditions are favorable for disease development. Reapply every 14 to 21 days as disease symptoms persist. Do not plant a new crop in the same place as the crop that was treated within 30 days of the last application.

Blackberry, Boysenberry, Dewberry, Loganberry, Raspberry (To Control Cane and Leaf Rust, Leaf Spot, Orange Rust, Powdery Mildew and Yellow Rust): Uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to the point of runoff. Do not apply more than 4 times per season. Apply at budbreak and reapply every 10 to 14 days so long as disease symptoms persist.

Gooseberry (To Control Anthracnose and Powdery Mildew): Uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to the point of runoff. Do not apply more than 8 times per season. For Anthracnose, apply when the first leaf has completely unfolded. If conditions are favorable for disease development, reapply every 10 to 14 days. For Powdery Mildew, apply before and through bloom up to 2 weeks post-bloom.

ROSES, FLOWERS AND ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS

Apply to the point when spray begins to run off the leaves. Treat once every 2 weeks throughout the season or until conditions for favorable disease development are no longer present. Allow spray to dry completely before watering. Treat roses once every 7 to 10 days if Black Spot is present; otherwise, make an application once every 10 to 14 days. When treating azaleas, mountain laurel or rhododendrons, begin spraying when flowers start to show color. Treat all other listed plants when conditions favoring diseases first start to develop.

DISEASES CONTROLLED

Rose: Black Spot, Powdery Mildew, Rust

Azalea, Mountain Laurel, Rhododendron: Petal Blight (ovulinia spp.), Powdery Mildew

Abelia, Acalypha (Copperleaf), Catalpa, Flowering Cherry, Hackberry, Honeysuckle, Privet, Trumpet Creeper, Zinnia: Cercospora Leaf Spot, Powdery Mildew

Ageratum, Anemone, Angelica, Aster, Chokeberry, Chrysan- themum, Columbine, Dianthus, Flowering Quince, Flowering Maple (Abutilon), Four O’Clock, Fuchsia, Marigold, Moon- flower, Ninebark, Russian Olive: Rust

Achillea (Yarrow), Alder, Amelanchier (Juneberry), Barberry, Carnation, Delphinium, Gaillardia, Gardenia, Geranium, Hol- lyhock, Petunia, Photinia, Salvia, Snapdragon, Viburnum: Powdery Mildew, Rust

African Violet, Begonia, Bittersweet, Buckeye, California Poppy, Chestnut (Horse), Cosmos, Crape Myrtle, Dahlia, Elm, Euonymus, Lilac, Locust, Maple, Oak, Poinsettia, Spirea, Sycamore, Willow: Powdery Mildew

Flowering Almond: Blossom Blight (Monilinia spp.) Bellflower, Buttonbush, Phlox, Sunflower: Cercospora Leaf Spot, Powdery Mildew, Rust Calendula, Hydrangea, Leucothoe: Cercospora Leaf Spot Flowering Crabapple, Flowering Pear, Hawthorn: Powdery Mildew, Rust, Scab

Dogwood: Anthracnose, Powdery Mildew

Pyracantha: Fusicladium Scab

ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS:

This pesticide is toxic to fish. 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. Rinsing application equipment over the treated area will help avoid run off to water bodies or drainage systems.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars

    F-Stop

    By George on 08/23/2019

    Excellent product to control lawn fungus. Also, excellent customer service on domyown.com informing me of out-of-stock status and when it will ship. 5-stars all the way!

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How many ounces of Fertilome F - Stop Lawn and Garden Fungicide RTS should be used on a 10 foot x 10 foot area?
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The Fertilome F - Stop Lawn and Garden Fungicide RTS  is a RTS spray bottle with 32 oz. content and treats up to 1500 sq. ft.  Since it is pre-measured there is no rate for smaller areas.  You would just set it and go and spray the area you need to treat and will have product left if smaller than the 1500 sqft.

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