OHP 6672 50 WP Systemic Turf and Ornamental Fungicide is specially formulated for the control and prevention of diseases in ground covers, annual and perennial flowers, and evergreen and deciduous shrubs and trees. It effectively manages black spot, fusarium, tip blight, anthracnose, botrytis, and many more. OHP 6672 is best used as part of a resistance management program using products from different chemical classes with different modes of action. It should be used in a rotational fungicide program to prevent the development of resistance. Please note, OHP 6672 is not recommended for use on Boston Fern, Swedish Ivy, or Eastern Cactus.
How much OHP 6672 50 WP Systemic Turf and Ornamental Fungicide do I use per gallon of water for a dip/drench application?
There are 16 tbsp in an 8 oz bag of OHP 6672 50 WP Systemic Turf and Ornamental Fungicide. You can use 2 tbsp to treat 1000 sq ft of area where you will need to determine how much water per 1000 sq ft is used by cutting off a 50x20 sq ft area and watering with your hand pump sprayer at your own pace. However much water it takes to cover the 1000 sq ft area, you will mix that amount with the 2 tbsp of product for your application.
How much OHP 6672 50 WP Systemic Turf and Ornamental Fungicide do I need for a 2 Acre lawn?
i have a 2 acre lawn.how much of this product do i need?
In residential areas, you can apply up to 2 oz. of OHP 6672 50 WP Systemic Turf and Ornamental Fungicide per 1,000 sq ft per application. At this rate, you would use about 176 oz to treat 2 Acres of turfgrass, which would be 6 bags of the OHP packets. Please refer to the product label for complete applciation instructions. You can browse other products with the same active ingredient here.
Will the OHP 6672 50 WP Systemic Turf and Ornamental Fungicide work for juniper tree tip blight? What would be the recommended dose?
Yes OHP 6672 50WP Systemic Turf and Ornamental Fungicide is labeled for tip blight and can be safely used on a Juniper tree. You will use 12-16 oz. per 100 gallons of water. You will start applications in the spring when new growth starts. A second application will need to be made prior to needle emergence from the sheath. A third application can be done 7 days later. Be sure to cover the entire area.