For ornamental gardens including flowers, you would use 2 1/4 tsp of Fung-onil Concentrate per gallon of water, or 3 tablespoons per 4 gallons of water. Repeat applications at 7 to 14 day intervals until conditions re no longer favorable for disease. Keep in mind that applications made during bloom may damage flowers. Please see the product label for complete application directions.
Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate should be applied at least 4-6 hours before a rain. This would be adequate amount of time for the product to dry and stick. You only apply every 7-10 or 14 days as needed depending on the disease. Please refer to the product label for complete information.
The mixing ratio of Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate is 2 1/4 teaspoons per gallon of water. You will set the dial on the Bonide Hose End Sprayer to 2.5 oz to mix in 1 gallon of water.
FOLIAGE (apply every 7-10 days): Early blight, Late blight, Gray leaf spot, Gray leaf mold, Septoria leaf spot, Target spot FRUIT (apply every 7-14 days beginning at fruit set): Anthracnose, Alternaria fruit rot (black mold), Botrytis gray mold, Late blight fruit rot, Rhizoctonia fruit rot RATE PER 200 SQ. FT.
2 ½ tsp. Per Application, 18 tsp. Per Year APPLICATION DIRECTIONS Begin applications when dew or rain occur and disease threatens. Use the highest rate and shortest interval specified when disease conditions are severe.
This product may be combined in the spray tank with EPA-registered pesticide products that claim copper as the active ingredient and are labeled for control of bacterial diseases of tomatoes. Check the copper manufacturer's label for specific instructions, precautions and limitations prior to mixing with this product.
Fung-onil Multi-Purpose Fungicide would be a good option for fungus on vegetables and other edibles. For most applications, you will use 2 3/4 teaspoon per gallon of water at 7 day intervals. Be sure to check the label with regards to conditions the product should be applied in.
No, Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate is not a systemic.
We do have Fertilome Liquid Systemic Fungicide II that is systemic and works for various types of fungus in your lawn.
Yes, Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate can be applied to tomatoes that are generally in direct sunlight. It is recommended that you apply the product in the early morning or late evening so that the product has time to dry so that the heat from the sun will not affect the plants.
Per the product label on Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate, you want to apply enough spray to provide thorough coverage to all parts of the plants that are intended to be protected from disease, generally ranging from 1/3 to 3 gallons per 1000 sq ft of garden area. Repeat at 7-14 day intervals until conditions are no longer favorable for disease.
Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate is not a systemic. Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate by Bonide is all-purpose: it controls leaf spots, rust, blights, mildews, molds, and other listed plant diseases on roses, flowers, fruit and shade trees, shrubs, and vegetables.
Yes, Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate can be applied to tomato blooms every 7-14 days at the beginning of fruit set. The rate is 2.5 teaspoons per gallon of water. There is no wait time to harvest.
Per the Fung-Onil product label for controlling volutella leaf blight: Apply this product at a rate of 2 ¼ teaspoons per gallon, or 3 Tablespoons (1 ½ fluid ounces) per 4 gallons of water. Apply enough diluted spray per acre to provide thorough coverage of all plant parts that are intended to be protected from disease, generally ranging from ½ to 3 gallons per 1,000 square feet of garden area. Repeat applications at 7 to 14 day intervals until conditions are no longer favorable for disease. During periods when conditions favor severe disease incidence, generally cloudy or wet weather, apply this product at 7 day intervals
There is a great article by Cornell University here. It does state heavily infected plants should be removed and destroyed.
Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate should not be used on home lawns. We do offer other fungicides for that use.
Yes, Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate can be used to treat powdery mildew on cucumbers and squash as well as rust on hollyhocks.
Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate should not be sprayed on peaches after shuck split. If you are before that period, it is safe to apply this product. The mixing ratio is 3 3/4 tsp. per gallon of water. Make one application at budbreak or popcorn (pink, red, or early white bud). If weather conditions favor disease, make a second application 10 days later (full bloom to petal fall). Apply at shuck split to prevent infections. If additional disease control is needed after shuck split, a good option would be to use Fertilome Triple Action. The mixing ratio for this product is 1 fl. oz. per gallon of water.
Fung-onil Multi-purpose fungicide is not labeled for pear trees. You can use Bonide Citrus, Fruit, and Nut Orchard Spray to treat rust on pear trees.
Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate is safe for: Flowers, Shrubs, Shade Trees, Fruit Trees and Vegetables.