||Chlorothalonil 720 SFT treats the following plant diseases; phytophthora leaf blight, stem canker, powdery mildew, dieback, taphrina blister, rusts, swiss needlecast, scab, tip blight, scleroderris canker, needle rust, scirrhia brown spot, leaf spot, dollar spot, brown patch, brown blight, red thread, gray leaf spot, copper spot, anthracnose, ink spot, stem rust, black spot, leaf blight, and nematostoma.
See Label for a complete list
|Active Ingredient (s)
||Chlorothalonil (tetrachloroisophthalonitrile) 54% (54% ai Flowable fungicide)
|For Use :
Chlorothalonil 720 SFT can be used in nurseries, sodfarms, ornamental plants, greenhouses, greens, turf, grasses, fairways, municipal lawns, golf courses, tree crops, conifers and irrigation systems. Do not use on home lawns and turf sites associated with apartments, day care centers, playgrounds, recreational park fields, athletic fields located next to schools, campgrounds, churches or theme parks.
||Back pack sprayer or hose end sprayer.Thorough, uniform coverage is essential for disease control.
- For Conifers, Pines and Spruces: Use 24- 88 oz (1.5-5.5 pints) per acre.
- For Grass, Sod Farms: Use 88-154 oz (5.5-9.66 pints) per acre.
- Grass, Colf Course Fairways: 88-155 oz (5.5-9.7 pints) per acre.
- Golf Course Tees, Greens, and Ornamental Turf: Between 2.2 fl oz- 5.5 fl oz per 1,000 sq feet
- See label for annual maximum use rates
- The product label recommends that you use 30 to 40 gallons of water per acre when applying Chlorothalonil 720 SFT.
- Chlorothalonil should be applied at times when plant diseases are most likely to occur and favor disease development. It is not recommended to spot treat the fungi. Fungi spreads as fungul spores move around. Treat entire lawn and do not mow after treatment until the Chlorothalonil spray dries on the grass.
||Apply Chlorothalonil at 7 to 10 day intervals for best results, depending on severity of the disease.
- This product is a severe eye irritant according to the label. Use Safety Glasses, coveralls, chemical resistant gloves (nitrile), and shoes plus during application.
- In enclosed areas, such as greenhouses, use a NIOSH approved respirator
- Avoid Chlorothalonil 720 SFT on ornamentals during bloom periods.
- Drift Management- See product label