Monterey Fungi-Max Brand Multi-Purpose Fungicide protects your lawns, ornamentals, vegetables, fruit and nut trees against plant diseases for up to 2 weeks. It contains Myclobutanil as its active ingredient which provides an effective solution to your disease control needs. It works using systemic action which helps prevent and cure unwanted diseases such as anthracnose, black spot, blight, brown patch, powdery mildew, rust, summer patch, and more. It is recommended to start treatment at the first sign of disease.
Anthracnose, Black Spot, Blight, Brown Patch, Copper Spot, Dollar Spot, Leaf Spot (including Septoria, Zonate), Melting Out, Crown Rot, Leaf Smuts, Powdery Mildew, Rust, Red Thread, Spring Dead Spot, Necrotic Ring Spot and Summer Patch
For use in
Ornamentals, Lawns, Fruit and Nut Trees, Berries and Vegetables
Apply to the lawn after mowing, or allow the area sprayed to dry completely prior to mowing
If it rains before product has dried, reapply
Use 2 2/3 oz. or half gallon of water to treat 250 sq. ft. Start treating when grass begins to turn green in the spring or when signs of diseases are first noticed. For best disease control treat every 2 weeks.
Determine the size of the lawn to be treated. To calculate square feet, multiply length by width. Start at the farthest point to be treated and work backward so you don’t walk over treated area. Walk at a steady pace and spray using side to side (arc) motion, slightly overlapping the treated area.
ROSES, FLOWERS, ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS AND TREES
HOW TO TREAT
Use 3/4 oz./gallon of water. Apply to the point when spray just begins to runoff the leaves. Apply once every 2 weeks throughout the season or until conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) are no longer present. Allow spray to dry before watering.
Treat roses on a 7 to 10 day schedule. If black spot is not a problem, a 10 to 14 day schedule is recommended.
When treating azaleas, mountain laurel or rhododendrons, begin spraying when flowers start to show color.
When treating irises, increase use rate to 1 1/2 oz./gallon of water.
For Douglas fir, loblolly pine and slash pine use 2 1/4 oz./gallon of water. Begin treating in early spring and continue treating every 2 to 3 weeks until threat of infection has passed.
FRUITS AND NUTS
Mix 1/3 oz. with 1 gallon of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the tree to point of runoff. For anthracnose, blossom blight, and shothole, apply at pink bud stage (when about 5% of the buds have bloomed). If conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) exist, reapply at full bloom and when the petals fall. For rust, apply 8 weeks after flowering if conditions favoring disease development exist. Reapply every 21 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including myclobutanil, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov