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Jones from La Jolla, Ca writes

How would I apply Clearys 3336F as a soil drench for early pink rot on king palm?


Per the Clearys 3336F Fungicide product label the rate for soil drench applications is 8-16 fl oz/100 gallon (or 1/2 to 1 teasoon per gallon).  Soil drenching is only for the following diseases: Stem, Crown, and Root Rots caused by: Botrytis, Cylindrocladium, Fusarium, Gliocladium, Myrothecium, Penicillium, Ramularia,Rhizoctonia, Sclerotinia Black Root Rot (Thielaviopsis).   Apply as a drench or directed spray using hand held, mechanical, or motorized spray equipment, or as a chemigation drench or directed spray using applicable sprinkler irrigation systems, after seeding or sticking of cuttings (8 oz) or after transplanting (12-16 oz) to propagation beds, containers, pots, trays, or nursery or landscape beds at a rate to thoroughly soak the growing media through the root zone.  A general guide is 0.25 -3 pints of finished mixture per sq ft depending on the media type and depth (about 4 oz per 4 inch pot or 8 oz per 6 inch pot). Repeat every 21-28 days for adequate crop protection.

Answer last updated on: 12/26/2018

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