Like most products, Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide should not be used in temperatures over 85 degrees. We usually recommend to spray early in the morning or in the evening when the temperatures are usually cooler. Spraying in the heat of the day will cause the foliage to burn.
Most chemicals do not provide expiration dates. Instead, they provide the date of manufacturing on their bottles. As long as the product was stored in a cool, dry place then the shelf life of most concentrates, such as Southern AG Liquid Copper Fungicide will be about 3 to 5 years from the date it was opened.
The rate of Liquid Copper Fungicide you will use with water is entirely dependent on what disease you are treating for and on what type of plant. If you follow the link below to the product page for the Liquid Copper and scroll down, you will see a chart listing out the different dilution ratios for each disease and plant. You can also look at the Liquid Copper Product Label for more detailed usage instructions to meet your needs.
After mixing Southern AG Liquid Copper Fungicide with water, you should use within 24 hrs for the most effective results.
Southern AG Liquid Copper Fungicide is safe for use on crepe myrtle trees. It is not specifically labeled for pomegranate trees.
Yes, Southern AG Liquid Copper Fungicide can be tank mixed with pesticides. We do recommend doing a small tank mixture first to ensure that there is no clumping.
According to the manufacturer, if the Southern Ag Liquid Copper Fungicide is old or stored where it is exposed to extreme temperatures (such as temperatures above 85 degrees or below freezing), this could cause the product to discolor and/or become unstable. You may want to contact Southern Ag directly at 841-722-3285.
The temperature range for Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide works best if applied in the cooler parts of the day when temps are below 70 degrees.
Southern AG Liquid Copper Fungicide will treat leaf spot on some ornamental plants, but it is still only a contact kill. It is important to rotate modes of action when treating for diseases, so we would also recommend to rotate with a systemic fungicide such as Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide Concentrate.
Pets can safely return to an area treated with Southern AG Liquid Copper Fungicide once the product has completely dried.
While Southern AG Insecticides Liquid Copper Fungicide is labeled to be safe on some ornamentals, it is not labeled to be tolerable by Hydrangeas. Please give us a call, and let us know what you're treating for specifically, so we can help you find a product safe for your Hydrangeas (866) 581-7378.
We apologize for any confusion. While Southern AG Liquid Copper Fungicide does state on the product label that it can be used on roses, there is a side note that discoloration of foilage and/or blooms has been noted on some varieties. You would not be able to drench the soil around the rose bush as it needs to be applied directly the foilage itself to be effective.
Southern Ag Liquid Copper will kill ball moss on live oak trees. You would use 2 oz. per gallon of water. Apply in Spring when the ball moss is actively growing, using 1.5 gallons of spray per foot of tree height. Make sure to wet ball moss tufts thoroughly. A second application may be required after 12 months. Please review the product label for complete application instructions and precautions.