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Liqui-Cop Concentrate Pint - PFM320

Liqui-Cop Concentrate Pint
Peach Leaf Curl

Peach Leaf Curl

Tomato Pruning and Tomato Diseases

Tomato Pruning and Tomato Diseases

  • 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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May 12, 2015 - Suzanne at Peaceful Valley
Peach leaf curl, also known as curly leaf, curly blight or leaf blister, has been recognized as a common disease since the early 1800s. It is caused by the fungus Taphrina deformans and can affect the… read more »
May 1, 2015 - Meredith Cherry
Fire blight is a common and potentially fatal disease among trees in the rose family, especially pears and apples.  It is caused by the bacteria Erwinia amylovora.  Once a tree is infected, it… read more »
July 14, 2011 - Charlotte from Peaceful Valley
Just another day in the life of the Vegetable Doctor during tomato season. A tomato walked into the Vegetable Doctor’s office at 8 a.m. complaining, “Doc, I’ve got leathery patches on… read more »