Propiconazole 14.3 is labeled for rust, but it is not specifically labeled for use on Daylilies. Agrisel BioPhos Pro Systemic Fungicide can be used to treat rust on Daylilies.
You can apply 1 fl. oz. of Propiconazole 14.3 per 1000 sq. ft. at the 2- to 3-leaf stage of growth for faster root development and top growth.
Propiconazole 14.3 can be used on certain ornamentals to control powdery mildew and leaf spot on certain ornamentals however we would need to know what type of plants, shrubs, etc in order to provide you with a mix rate. Please use the list of Ornamentals of page 7 of the product label for the proper mix rate. The product label does advise not to apply to African violets, begonias, Boston fern, or geraniums. The mix rates are under Table 3 depending on the ornamental type and disease.
Propiconazole 14.3 Fungicide will control diseases for 7 days to an entire season, depending on the disease or fungus. Please refer to the product label for application intervals based on the disease you are treating for.
Propiconazole 14.3 will work for oak wilt. Per the product label, using the product by trained arborists (in injection techniques) as a flare root injection for prevention and treatment works best. We recommend that you contact your local cooperative extension office and/or find an arborist who can help you with prevention methods in case you have trees that haven't been infected yet.
Propiconazole 14.3 Fungicide is not labeled for use on grapes, or on anything grown with intention to be eaten. You may consider using Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide, which does treat certain diseases on grapes, such as black rot and powdery mildew as listed on page 9 of the product label. You can also contact your local county extension office for advice from agricultural experts on how to treat for diseases on grapes, and then let us know so we can assist in placing your order.
The answer is maybe. On page 6 of the Prodiamine 65 WDG label and on page 3 of the Propiconzazole 14.3 product label are tank mix instructions and how to perform the test to see if they are compatible. Follow the instructions there. If the mix is compatible you must follow the most restrictive product label instructions during the application.
Yes, Propiconazole 14.3 Fungicide is labeled for Tip Blight and Diplodia Tip Blight on pines. Please refer page 12 on the product label under the Application Regimes in Table 3 Section for [D] Tip Blight and [B] Diplodia Tip Blight for specific mix rates and other information depending on the disease.
If you are not sure of the specific disease affecting the pine trees, we would recommend contacting your Cooperative Extension Office or local arborist to help with identifying and treatment recommendations.
While Propiconazole 14.3 Fungicide can be tank mixed with many herbicides and other products, we would not recommended applying that many products at once, especially in the summer. The propiconazole being oil based will have more potential to burn or stress the lawn when mixed with a strong herbicide such as Q4 Plus Turf Herbicide and a fertilizer. You also are typically use a much higher water volume for fertilizer than you would when applying a fungicide or herbicide. We would suggest at the very least applying the fertilizer separately, and perform a tank mix test with the Q4 Plus and Propiconazole before applying it to the yard to test for compatibility in the tank.
Propiconazole 14.3 is labeled for pink and gray snow molds. Per the label "Apply one application in the late fall before snow cover. Do not apply on top of the snow." The rate is 2-4 oz per gallon of water per 1000 sq ft.
Propiconazole 14.3 can be used on magnolia trees The mix rate will depend on the disease you are treating. Please see the product label for complete application instructions.
Yes, Propiconazole 14.3 is labeled for use on zoysia and it will treat leaf spot. You will mix 1–2 oz per 1,000 sq. ft., treating every 14 days, Please read and follow the label instructions.
The mixing rate of Propiconazole 14.3 is 1-2 fl. oz. per 1000 square feet. This would be mixed in however much water it takes to cover that 1000 sq. ft. Generally 1-2 gallons will cover the area but this depends on the specific equipment being used, how fast you are walking, and the pressure of the sprayer.
Propiconazole 14.3 can be used on trees for the diseases listed on the product label.
is labeled to treat scab on pecan trees however should not be applied to pecan trees that will bear harvestable fruit in 12 months. Per the product label, for pecans, apply at 12 fl oz in 100 gallons of water and apply as a full coverage spray to the point of drip. Apply every 30 days beginning when conditions are favorable for disease development.
Unfortunately, we do not offer many fungicides for pecans that are consumed. Neem oil is one of the most popular products used on pecan trees for insect and disease control.
Propiconazole 14.3 would be mixed at the rate of 88 oz per acre (2 fl oz per 1000 sqft) for red thread. The amount of water you would use is however much water it takes to cover the area.
As with many diseases, preventative fungicide applications for take-all root rot or patch are going to provide much better control than waiting until the disease is present. Per the product label for Propiconazole 14.3: Make 1 to 2 fall applications in September and October or when night temperatures drop to 55 degrees F, and 1 to 2 spring applications in April and May depending on local specifications.
You can read more about this disease in this guide from your Florida Extension office.
Since Propiconazole 14.3 is not specifically labeled for use on blueberries or for mummy berry disease, we are not able to advise on a mix rate or on application instructions. We would suggest contacting the manufacturer, Quali-Pro, directly at (800) 979-8994 or your local cooperative extension office for more information.
Propiconazole 14.3 Fungicide is not labeled for Red Blotch and it does not appear that there is a fungicide that is effective for this. We did find an article here that might be helpful.