The following applies to I am multi-faceted Cure and prevent all major diseases on roses, flowers, and ornamental shrubs with one special formula
Keeping your home dry As soon as the spray dries, it cannot be washed away by rain
The following situations are appropriate Contains a protective layer for fruits, nuts, vegetables, trees, lawns, and ornamental plants
Make sure you focus on The spray application method should be chosen and the water should be mixed according to the directions
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Questions & Answers
this product be used on mature Plumeria trees with severe rust?If not, what would be the most effective product to treat SEVERE rust on Plumeria trees?
As soon as the rust gets established, you must carefully remove any leaves that have visible rust spots, taking care not to spread the fungus to unaffected leaves. By doing so, infected leaves are released into the air. As you pick up the leaves, you can also pick up the fallen ones. Please do not let them decompose in the earth. You will be able to keep the rust under control if you apply this product after removing the leaves that contain more than just a spot or two of orange and spray the whole plant, as well as anything surrounding the plant (pot, nearby walls, trunk of the plant, etc.). My search for a magical solution to treat the rust once it's established has proven fruitless, so I'm turning to the internet for help I've seen nowhere else. The consensus is unfortunately that once heavily established, it is difficult to remove, but it is an ongoing process. By applying this every 10 days, you can prevent but not remove existing rust. If you pick up leaves as soon as they fall, and take care to spray in the spring, and especially leading into the wet season (when first noticed rust this year), you can I live near Orlando and I have 10 plumeria trees and I have yet to see any rust on them. It's the middle of summer rainy season. Previously, the leaves would be covered in orange spots like this by this time.
What is the amount of diluted spray made using this method (following the manufacturer's directions)?
The mixture of one ounce of this spray with one gallon of water are the ingredients I will use to spray it on my roses to prevent powdered mildew disease. You get a 1 for that There are 128 things per Thus, I can make 16 gallons of spray from a 16 oz (1 pt) Immunox bottle. In some cases, the treatment for other diseases may be very different (e.g., if some diseases require half the dosage, then one bottle of Immunox can produce 32 gallons).
How do you make the recipe? What kind of triforine is it? What kind of sulfur is it? What kind of oil is Neem? Can you think of others?
A key component of the drug is myclobutanil.
Would you mind sending me the EPA registration number for this product? I don't have the packaging as of yet. ?
Please accept my apologies, but I am no longer in possession of this product. Try calling Spectracide at 1 800 917 5438 or going to their website if you are using another Spectracide product. A website called spectracide.com offers information on that topic.
Selected User Reviews For Spectracide 100507462 Immunox Multi Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate, 16 fl oz, Yellow
There is no damage to the leaves. In one night, we were able to cure an early blight. I like how this A period of time. It's extremely humid in my zone 8, and summers are extremely hot. In other words, I will also have to deal with a fungus that has out of balance good /damaging bugs. Keeping up proper gardening practices, not also overwatering, not wetting foliage, not leaving debris on the ground from trimmed plants, etc. is consistently difficult for me. *Anyway, last year was my first year getting it and I was amazed at how much it improved It has been helpful once again this year. A lot of thought went into deciding which type of fungicide to use. Copper would be a good option for me. This is what I really wanted so I went with it. Several of my plants showed signs of blight yesterday, and it was just plainly visible on half of them. Leaves on the vine of the pumpkin were all droopy and all the female buds turned brown In the VERY next day, the vine had perked back up with a green female bud visible again. In the same way, I've got my annual flowers. Using this properly diluted ratio (I may go a little under just to be sure) I can spray directly on any plant part and there have been no adverse reactions. The spray does not have to be sprayed directly on the flowers, since I do not want to harm the I would not be able to continue my plant therapy without this product, as there would be zero flowers for any pollinators to enjoy. It's nothing more than a dramatic statement. This is a good strategy. You can use it on flower and plant gardens without worrying. Browning is not caused by this product. This is both a simple and effective solution. In reality, I keep this on hand (even though it lasts for a long time after one use, and this concentrate has plenty of uses). A 32 oz regular style spray bottle with a high output is what I use. Compared with other methods, this one is incredibly quick. Mass planting areas aside, it is certainly an easier and less hassle way to grow trees. To serve as a reference, I will attach a photo. The first picture shows I wouldn't have grow this pumpkin, except for some spray on the leaves and especially on the female buds that had never developed. An insect that was brownish/yellow and would shrivel right away. There was nothing that could keep these poor creatures healthy, it seemed that there was nothing that could keep them alive! Yet this product managed to do so, destroying whatever fungus was It was only a few days or so later that a robust female flower began to flourish. The second picture shows We had a hurricane (2017) come through, and it smashed this zinnia to pieces. Even though the area was soggy and humid, the fungicide kept it from getting infected. On this zinnia, there is an orange flower on every stem. It is an odd example, but it illustrates that the product works.
Third example- It is peculiar and unflattering, but demonstrates the product's utility. Below is an example of the bottle type mentioned. I hope you enjoy them as much as we did. Yesterday balsam impatient plant, day before & today It has been a long day, but my love for this is what drives me to write this, and without this product, I would not have thriven plants in my area.
| Apr 13, 2021
This is a great product for preventing cedar apple rust
We use it to prevent cedar apple rust on Our dwarf Goldrush apple trees which are susceptible to cedar apple rust due to the many junipers and red cedar trees throughout our The frequency of treatment is every 1 year After 2 weeks, I get little to no rust compared to years when I have been negligent, so it is working for me. spray it well over all the leaves and branches after mixing it up in a sprayer. The treatment was also effective in years where I had a late start to beginning treatment, so even in years where I got a late start to beginning the treatment, it cleared up any existing infection, so the fruit produced that season was complete.
| Feb 07, 2021
It's an excellent product, I wish I knew about it a long time A bottle of the original product was finished recently, so I purchased two additional bottles
I used to have nine fruit trees, and eight of them lost their leaves due This last cherry tree is still alive thanks to this fungicide. I might have been able to save the other five trees if I knew about the condition at the time. The first symptoms were small twigs and larger branches wilting and dying soon after blooming. The leaves of not all the twigs were damaged. On the tree, the fruit would later develop lesions and rapidly rot. It is likely that the whole tree would die within a few years. Since I started spraying Immunox on the cherry tree an a couple of years ago, the tree has thrived. It is not possible to say that the tree is free of the decease, but at least it is alive and I am getting fruit from it. To keep fruit trees healthy in our humid Pennsylvania climate, you have to spray them.
| Oct 03, 2020
I'm very happy with it! In my Cannabis Garden, this is really the only thing I can rely on to address the Powdery Mildew issue Systemically and with a 1-year guarantee
The severity of the condition will determine how many treatments are needed. There is no need to burn sulfur. Actually, they don't sell you this at the grow store since they won't make any money from you because you are not going to purchase it again and again. Once and for all, Powdery Mildew is no longer an issue.
| Apr 03, 2021
The leaf spot caused by entomosporium is treated
This product was purchased after noticing 4 of my 6 Indian hawthorn trees had entomosporium leaf spots. We have had an unseasonably wet and cool spring, and after taking a walk in my neighborhood, I soon realized I would lose all six of them if the leaf spot didn't get under control - I found that every hawthorn in my neighborhood had died. Therefore, I did some research and found this product. After I applied it, I noticed that the spread of leaf spot stopped after only one The foliage affected by the pest is lost, but all the foliage in the unaffected parts is still looking good after 3 weeks The following updates have been made as of September 30, 2018 This summer, after treating my hawthorns with this product in spring, they have come back to life and are lush and beautiful. Due to the current weather conditions of cool and wet, two of my hawthorn trees are now showing signs of leaf spot. This product is still in plenty of supply, so I treated all of my plants, even if they did not yet demonstrate signs of the disease. I always keep a bottle of this product nearby since it's so wonderful. I would recommend it without hesitation!.
| Oct 17, 2020
Now that it has been treated, I see a difference! It has been a pretty good year for me so far
In this year's planting, four new hydrangeas were planted. In three of the cases, a fungus was identified as the cause of the leaves' disease. When I applied the first dose, one of them had fallen completely leafless. In addition to following the directions on the bottle, I pruned them so they could breathe more, and picked out diseased leaves as they fell, as well. In the first dose, there was no progress on any plant, but I noticed that more leaves were falling (damaged ones) than before. Having waited one week after my last application, I applied again. After a short time, new leaves start to appear on the leafless plant. Theu still need treatment, but the progress they have made is encouraging. As soon as I finish my treatment, I will update my review!.
| Mar 28, 2021