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May 2003 Newsletter
... is: 1 gal water 5 teaspoons Captan 50% 2 teaspoons Halt 1 teaspoons Orthene teaspoon Spreader Sticker The Importance of Variety Selection By Jan Shannon Past President & Rose Judge Corpus Christi Rose ...
carolinadistrict.org

June 2003 Newsletter
... used, almost guarantees disease free bushes. We add Spreader Sticker to the formula before we spray. I am ... spreader sticker makes the water wetter, so coverage is more even and some, like Indicate 5 also bring the water to the proper pH level. The exception to using a spreader sticker is if you are using ALIETTE for downy mildew. NO spreader sticker is used with ...
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CAMELLIA
... the dead leaf areas. Control requires preventive fungicidal sprays at two week intervals. Include a spreader sticker to increase effectiveness of sprays. Ring Spots (virus): Occurs mostly in East Texas. Light green ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

pH and Pesticides
... contains an excellent spreader sticker which spreads the solution on the foliage and keeps it there. Another product used by a number of local rosarians is Leaf Act 80B Buffer Spreader. This product also reduces the pH of the solution to around 5.0 and contains a spreader sticker. I have heard good reports on its ...
www.ctrose.org

Diseases of Ground Cover Plants, HYG-3064-96
... water. Use fungicides as already mentioned above. Spray to thoroughly wet the plants. Use a spreader-sticker spray additive if the fungicide you have selected is a powder. Many of the products ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Using Fungicide Sprays Effectively, HYG-3038-96
... on how well the spray spreads and sticks to the plant surfaces. For this reason, spreader-stickers or spray adjuvants can be added to many sprays. Sometimes the product label alerts ... should be used. Hairy or waxy foliage is especially difficult to cover properly without a spreader-sticker. Proper Timing of Fungicide Applications Timing refers to when and how often the spray must ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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Shrubs I
... occur on leaves. Spray with recommended fungicides at 7-10 day intervals. Include a spreader-sticker or detergent in spray mix to help wet leaves thoroughly. Chlorosis: See Chlorosis. Cotton ... on ornamental plants being careful to cover the underside of the leaves. Add a spreader-sticker to the spray. Leaf Spots (fungi - Exosporium concentricum, Cercospora adusta, Phyllosticta ovalifolii): Brown or ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Rust Fungus Control
... step it up to more concentrated levels based on results. Add a spreader-sticker (surfactant) or a drop of liquid soap. Frequency of spraying should ... water, with a drop or two of soap to act as a spreader. Increase the concentration if repeated sprays do not slow the spread. ... , with a drop or two of soap to act as a spreader. Increase the concentration if repeated sprays do not slow the spread of ...
www.americanfuchsiasociety.org

Measure for Control
... then be considered. Foliar applications of fungicides (usually containing sulfur) Systemic fungicides Use a good spreader-sticker with fungicide Begin spray programs as soon as powdery mildew signs/ symptoms are seen (begin ...
www.cals.ncsu.edu

VDIN018 - Bacterial Spot of Pepper and Tomato
... (Agri-mycin 17-1.0 lb in 100 gal of the copper spray with a spreader-sticker) will improve the effectiveness of the spray program. Make applications on a 7- to 10 ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu




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