Monterey Liqui-Cop - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Jane from Trinity, Tx
    04/26/2015
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    Will Liqui-Cop treat fire blight on loquats?
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    Liqui-Cop  will treat fire blight, but is not labeled for Loquats. Please contact your Cooperative Extension Office for the best recommendation in your area.
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  • Asked by Lauren from Princeton, New Jersey
    05/22/2016
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    Will Monterey Liqui-Cop Fungicide work to prevent Lilac Blight?
    A

    Monterey Liqui-Cop is labeled for use on lilacs for leaf spot, but not for blight. We have seen articles that recommend using copper to treat this disease, but we cannot guarantee that the product will treat this disease. We do also offer Serenade Garden Disease Control Ready to Use, which is labeled for blights and for use on lilacs.

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  • Asked by Florence
    05/18/2018
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    Is Monterey Liqui-Cop for killing snails?
    A

    No,

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  • Asked by Mark from Victoria, Ks
    10/26/2019
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    Will Monterey Liqui-Cop help control diplodia tip blight on pine trees?
    What rate should be used?
    A

    Monterey Liqui-Cop is not labeled for controlling diplodia tip blight or any other diseases on pine trees, so we do not recommend it for this use. You can use Clearys 3336F for diplodia tip blight on pine trees at a rate of 16-24 oz per 100 gallons of water. For smaller applications, you could also use Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control.

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  • Asked by Donna from Kailua Kona
    01/04/2020
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    How often can I spray Monterey Liqui-Cop for rust on my avocado tree?
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  • Asked by L. from Arlington, Va
    07/17/2017
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    How soon can vegetables be eaten after applying Monterey Liqui-Cop?
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    The pre-harvest interval for

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  • Asked by Pamela from San Jose, Ca
    03/25/2019
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    Is Monterey Liqui-Cop OMRI approved?
    A

    No,

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  • Asked by Paul from Portland, Or
    06/29/2019
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    Will Liqui- Cop be helpful with getting rid of blight on Blueberries?
    Nursery highly recommended this product. I noticed in one of your articles someone mentioned that this product is not effective for Blight. Is it? Also, how long after last treatment is it safe to harvest the Blueberries?
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  • Asked by Carole from 95472
    01/26/2019
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    What is the mix ratio of Monterey Liqui-Cop to water for fruit trees?
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    When using

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  • Asked by Lisa from Denham Springs, Louisisna
    06/04/2021
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    How often should Monterey Liqui-Cop be reapplied with rainy conditions? We've had consistent rain for 2 months, dried up for 1 week and now again in a 9 day rain spell again.
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    The reapplication period for Monterey Liqui-Cop depends on what you are spraying (fruit, vegetable, ornamentals, trees, etc) and the disease you are targeting.

    Per the product label, it is recommended to apply this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area.

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  • Asked by Dean from N.bonneville, Wa.
    12/18/2020
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    How long before a rain must I spray Monterey Liqui-Cop?
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    According to the product label of Monterey Liqui-Cop," Applying this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area." This product should be applied when there is no rain in the forecast before or after the application for at least 24 hours.

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  • Asked by Sandy from Escondido, Ca
    01/01/2021
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    What is the proper dilution of Monterey Liqui-Cop for peach trees?
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    When using

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  • Asked by Terry from Ca
    05/09/2021
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    Can you eat cherries after you have sprayed them with Monterey Liqui-Cop?
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    Yes, Monterey Liqui-Cop is labeled to be used on Cherry trees and the cherries can be consumed after use. Be sure to read and follow the product label for application instructions.

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  • Asked by Linda from Arroyo Grande, Ca
    03/15/2021
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    Is Monterey Liqui-Cop harmful to chickens?
    Lemon tree in chicken yard needs treating
    A

    As long as the product label is followed

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  • Asked by Vera from North Highlands
    06/19/2021
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    I sprayed Monterey Liqui-Cop on my roses and leaves are die turning dry
    What I did wrong? They dry complete
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  • Asked by Jim from Mapleton, Utah
    07/30/2021
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    Can Liqui-Cop be used on Kentucky Blue Grass lawns as a fungicide to help prevent/control some turf lawn disease?
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    Unfortunately, Monterey Liqui-Cop is not labeled to be used on a lawn. If you are looking for liquid copper for your lawn, you can use Bonide Liquid Copper Fungicide Concentrate.

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  • Asked by Jack from Springfield
    07/14/2022
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    Will Monterey Liqui-Cop work for lichen growing on cedar deck boards?
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  • Asked by Troy from American Canyon Ca.
    05/07/2013
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    Do I spray liqui-cop directly on fruit?
    A
    Yes, the Liqui-Cop is designed to be directly sprayed on Fruit and Nut trees, vegetables, and other plants. Please refer to the product label for exact dilutions for you needs and harvest times.
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  • Asked by Jim from Cumberland, Md
    06/02/2021
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    I've mixed Monterey Liqui-Cop and not used the full mix. Can I use it in a second spray 10 days later?
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    Monterey Liqui-Cop should be used within 24 hours of mixing, which would also apply to almost all products on the market that start out as concentrates and are mixed with water. The longer solution stays in the tank, the more it breaks down to no longer be effective, and can also eat away at the seals and gaskets of your sprayer to cause it to no longer work effectively.

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  • Asked by Thomas from Ashland, Va
    04/13/2021
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    Can Monterey Liqui-Cop be used to prevent fungus on the Japanese Maple?
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