Segovis Fungicide is a professionally-made versatile fungicide that controls downy mildew and diseases caused by Phytophthora spp. It provides long-lasting disease control at low rates when used as a drench or a spray. It works best if applied before disease development. This product also works in rotation with other effective fungicides. Always conduct a jar compatibility test when tank-mixing this product with other fungicides. It is excellent in potted and bedding plants, foliage plants, perennials, trees and shrubs, ornamentals, vegetables, nurseries, and landscapes.
This product is toxic to aquatic invertebrates. For terrestrial uses: Do not apply directly to water, or to areas where surface water is present or to intertidal areas below the mean high water mark. Do not contaminate water when disposing of equipment wash water or rinsate.
FOR FOLIAR APPLICATIONS – ORNAMENTALS AND VEGETABLE PLANTS
Apply Segovis prior to disease development to achieve best disease control. See label on Sections 6.1, and 7.0 for specific foliar application instructions.
DRENCH APPLICATIONS – ORNAMENTALS ONLY
Segovis may be applied by drench to container, bench, flat, plug, liner, and bed-grown ornamentals in nurseries, forest nurseries, greenhouses, lath and shade houses or other ornamental production structures. Apply according to the use directions in the label in Section 6.2. Prepare the Segovis drench solution according to table below. Apply enough drench solution to thoroughly wet the root zone of the plants without leaching through the container. For plants grown in flats or beds apply 1–2 pt of drench solution per square feet. For plants grown in containers, refer to the suggested drench volumes listed in the label. For container sizes not listed, adjust volume appropriately. Make no more than 2 sequential drench applications of Segovis before switching to another effective non-Group U15 fungicide.
SOIL APPLICATIONS – ORNAMENTALS ONLY
Apply in a manner that ensures the product solution adequately saturates the target crop root/crown zone. Apply using drip application, surface band, or directed application or in-furrow application. See Section 4.4 of the label for drip irrigation information. Apply surface band or directed applications in a 4- to 12-inch band. • If the application method does not move the product to the target root/crown disease zone, the application must be followed with irrigation or cultivation to correctly place the product for disease control.
Thoroughly clean spray equipment before using this product. Prepare no more spray mixture than is required for the immediate operation. Agitate the spray solution before and during application. Rinse spray tank thoroughly with clean water after each day’s use and dispose of pesticide rinsate by application to an already treated area. For tank mixing, a jar compatibility test is recommended prior to tank-mixing with other pesticides and/or adjuvant. Always conduct a tank-mix compatibility test when mixing with new or unknown tank-mix partners before use.