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Liqui-Cop Concentrate Gallon - PFM325

Liqui-Cop Concentrate Gallon
Tomato Pruning and Tomato Diseases

Tomato Pruning and Tomato Diseases

Fruit Tree Spraying

Fruit Tree Spraying

$49.99
  • Not registered for sale in: DC, ND
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

Copper Fungicidal Garden Spray

Liquid copper fungicide spray for disease prevention on fruit trees, nut crops, citrus, vegetables, and ornamentals. Very economical replacement for Bordeaux mixture and for lime sulfur with an expanded label.

  • Active ingredient is Copper diammonia diacetate complex 27.15%, Metallic Copper Equivalent is 8.0%
  • For control of a wide range of diseases, including anthracnose, blights, shot hole. brown rot, leaf spot, downy and powdery mildew, and peach leaf curl.
  • Liquicop is extremely weatherproof and does not require oil or a sticker.
  • As with most fungicides, it works best as a preventative or when used at the first signs of disease.
  • Rates vary from 1-6 tsp per gallon, depending on crop and disease.

Can be used as a dormant spray on fruit trees and can be mixed with horticultural oils such as Monterey Horticultural oil.

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Dormant spraying is such an important part of owning a fruit tree! This is an affordable option that helps prevent a lot of diseases.

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