Kocide 3000-O Fungicide/Bactericide - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Linda from Ocala, Florida
    03/01/2021
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    Is Kocide 3000-O Fungicide/Bactericide the same as Kocide 101?
    I need it to kill ball moss on ligustrum and East Palatka holly.
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    It appears that Kocide 101 is no longer in production. Kocide 3000 contains Copper Hydroxide, though, and it is labeled to treat ball moss on Pecan and Live Oak trees. 

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  • Asked by Serge from Gaitherburg, Md
    03/18/2021
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    What is the dilution for a conifer application using Kocide 3000-O Fungicide/Bactericide?
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    Kocide 3000-O Fungicide/Bactericide is not labeled for use on ornamentals such as conifers. Please refer to the Kocide 3000-O label for specific rates and timing of application by crop. 

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  • Asked by Roger from Lynnwood, Wa
    05/17/2021
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    Will Kocide 3000-O control peach leaf curl ?
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    According to the Kocide 3000- O Fungicide/Bactericide product label, it can be used for peach leaf curl at the rate of 3.5 - 7 lbs per acre. "Leaf Curl: For peach leaf curl, late dormant application must be made before leaf buds swell. Use the higher rates when rainfall is heavy and disease pressure is high. If needed, agricultural-type spray oil may be added. Minimum retreatment interval is 7 days" 

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  • Asked by Diego from Miami
    05/26/2021
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    How many ounces of Kocide 3000-O Fungicide/Bactericide per gallon?
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      Kocide 3000 - O Fungicide/Bactericide rates depends on what and where you are treating for, please look at the product label to find proper rates. 
     

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  • Asked by Lou from Franklin Lakes, Nj
    08/16/2021
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    How much Kocide 3000-O Fungicide/Bactericide would I use to treat 10 Cherry Trees for black spot? What is the amount per tree and are repeat applications needed?
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    Kocide 3000-O Fungicide/Bactericide is labeled for Cherry Leaf Spot (sour cherries only) at the rate of 2.25 - 3.5 lb per acre with a maximum of 60lbs per acre per year.

    Fungicides with an active ingredient of myclobutanil (Eagle 20EW) or captan (Bondie Captain Fungicide) will protect leaves from infection with cherry leaf spot. To avoid fungicide resistance, alternate between myclobutanil and captan when making repeated fungicide applications

    Copper Fungicide (Bonide Liquid Copper) has also shown to show some levels of protection against leaf spot infection. 

     

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