Monterey Liqui-Cop should be used within 24 hrs of mixing with water.
According to the manufacturer, your tomatoes can be harvested 4 days after your last application of Monterey Liqui-Cop and they will be safe to eat once you wash them thoroughly.
There should be no problem using Monterey Liqui-Cop in an area where there are bees. We would advise avoiding spraying directly to flower blossoms or during times when pollinators are present as the direct spray may have toxicity to bees or other insects if contacted directly.
Yes, Monetery Liqui-Cop is labeled to treat Black Spot on rose bushes. Apply as a thorough coverage spray using 2 teaspoons of LIQUI-COP per gallon of water. Begin application at first sign of disease and repeat at 7-14 day intervals as needed. Use shorter interval during periods of frequent rains or when severe disease conditions persist. Do not apply more than 460 tsp. of LIQUI-COP (0.46 lbs. metallic copper) per 1,000 sq. ft. per year.
Per the manufacturer, Monterey Liqui-Cop can be used at any time except when temperatures are at or below freezing.
Monterey Liqui-Cop is a natural liquid application formulated to control and prevent diseases on fruit and nut trees, citrus trees, vegetables, and ornamental plants as a foliar spray. Please provide the targeted pest for an alternate product recommendation.
Monterey Liqui-Cop is applied at the rate of 4 – 6 tsp per gallon of water for leaf curl. Per the product label: Apply as a dormant or delayed dormant spray to protect buds and shoots during rainy period. Reapply up until late bud swell. Do not apply at less than 7 day intervals. Do not apply after full bloom.
No, Monterey Liqui-Cop is not OMRI approved.
Monterey Liqui-Cop should not be mixed and applied along with another dormant spray/oil.
When using Monterey Liqui-Cop for fruit and nut crops the mix ratio for peach trees is 2 tablespoons per gallon of water. The product label states “apply as dormant spray and/or use ¼ tsp. as a post bloom spray. Apply twice during the season, but do not use later than 3 weeks prior to harvest. Do not use at rates above those recommended. NOTICE: Slight loss of leaves may occur from post bloom use.”
On flowers such as roses, apply as a thorough coverage spray using 2 teaspoons of LIQUI-COP per gallon of water. Begin application at first sign of disease and repeat at 7-14 day intervals as needed. Use shorter interval during periods of frequent rains or when severe disease conditions persist. Do not apply more than 460 tsp. of LIQUI-COP (0.46 lbs. metallic copper) per 1,000 sq. ft. per year.
Monterey Liqui-Cop can last up to two years when stored in a cool, dry location. It should be used within 24 hrs of mixing with water.
Monterey Liqui-Cop can be applied during dormancy depending on what you are applying to. Please refer to the product label for application interval.
Anthracnose- Apply as a dormant spray once to foliage after harvest.
Apple Scab (Black Spot), Bacterial Canker Blossom and Shoot Blast- Apply as a dormant spray once post-harvest before fall rains.
1/2 – 1 tsp. – Apply at 10% bloom and repeat at no less than 5 – 7-day intervals during the bloom period. Do not use on copper-sensitive varieties.
4 – 6 tsp – Apply once as a full cover spray between silver-tip and green-tip. Do not apply when green-tip reaches ½ inch as injuries may occur
When using Monterey Liqui-Cop the rates are as follows:
Fruit and nut crops: 0.5-4 teaspoons per gallon of water
Citrus Trees: for brown rot - 1-3 teaspoons per gallon of water
Vegetables: 1-6 teaspoons per gallon of water
Ornamentals: 2 teaspoons per gallon of water
The product label states when treating peaches for bacterial spot you use 4tsp per gallon and when treating peaches for blossom brown rot, leaf curl or shot hole you will use 4-6 tsp per gallon of water. When treating roses and other ornamentals, you will use 2 tsp per gallon of water.
Monterey Liqui-Cop can be used for black spot on Roses. 1-3 tablespoons per gallon of water
Yes, Monterey Liqui-Cop can be used on apple trees for various diseases. The rate is 4-6 teaspoons per gallon of water. This can be applied as a dormant spray post harvest before fall rains. We recommend consulting with an arborist or master gardener to be sure you have a correct identification of what is ailing your tree.