Monterey Agri-Fos Systemic Fungicide will be viable for about 3 years if stored out of sunlight and in a temperate environment.
Monterey Garden Phos Systemic Fungicide is labeled for ornamental soil drench applications and phytophthora at a rate of 1/8 tsp per gallon of water.
We would recommend using Monterrey Agri-Fos Systemic Fungicide. The dilution rate is two teaspoons per gallon of water. You will spray the tree every 14 days during the blossom period, then monthly until harvest. You will spray to the point of runoff.
Multiple university studies show that there are no current known fungicide treatments that are effective for controlling seridium canker in Leyland Cypress. Rather, good cultural practices and planting disease-resistant plants are recommended. Leyland Cypress have a shallow root system, so they will be more susceptible to disease when under drought stress. It is also important to prune any infected branches and to sanitize pruning tools after use. Here is more information from the Kent State Cooperative Extension about Leyland Cypress in your area.
Monterey Garden Phos Systemic Fungicide can be applied as a foliar spray to mature citrus trees at 1 tsp. per gallon of water. When conditions favor disease, spray trees to runoff. Ensure even coverage. Do not apply at high temperatures (above 95ºF) particularly if humidity is low or to moisture-stressed trees.
Monterey Garden Phos Systemic Fungicide should be used within three years from the date of purchase if stored away from extreme temperatures. If mixed, you should use the solution within 24 hours of mixing with water.
Monterey Agri-Fos Systemic Fungicide is not labeled to be applied to basil. We do carry a product that can be applied to herbs for controlling downey mildew. It is called Fertilome Triple Action Plus. Please refer to the product label for mixing and application instructions as well as harvest times.
No, Monterey Agri-Fos Systemic Fungicide is not specifically labeled for pine needle blight.
We would recommend using Honor Guard PPZ Fungicide. It is a general fungicide that is labeled for conifer blights. You will mix 2-4 fl. oz. in 100 gallons of water and apply every 14-21 while the disease is present.
Monterey Garden Phos Systemic Fungicide is applied at 2-4 tsp per gallon of water for a foliar spray to boxwoods for blight.
When using Monterey Garden Phos Systemic Fungicide for root rot on avocado trees, the methods to treat are either a tree injection or a foliar spray. For a tree injection, you will inject trees at spring flush maturity. Repeat treatment in February or March. Drill holes 3/16 inch (5 mm) in diameter and 1 inch (25 mm) to 2 inches (50 mm) deep with slight downward angle in trunk. Place syringes in the main trunk of the tree and space evenly around the circumference of the trunk. Suitable for use with Chemjet tree injectors, Ag-murf gun, or hydraulic tree injection. Do not prune back trees before injection process as burning of new growth may occur. Do not inject trees in winter months. Do not cut back the canopy of injected trees. Do not add any other material, other than water , to AGRI-FOS Systemic Fungicide by trunk injection. Do not inject more liquid in a lesser number of syringes than directed. The rates for application are as follows:
Skeletal trees 1st year: ¼ fl. oz. undiluted product per yard of canopy diameter.
Other situations: 1/8 fl. oz. diluted with ½ fl. oz. of water per yard of canopy diameter.
For a foliar spray, the mixing rate is 1/3 fl oz per gallon of water. You will spray to run off at 2 – 2½ gallons of spray solution per adult tree. Start applications in spring, up to 4 applications a year at two-month intervals. Ensure thorough coverage.