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Fungicide: NORDOX 75 WG | OMRI listed
NORDOX 75 WG copper fungicide/bactericide provides more copper protection, with less prod- uct, at a great price! It is the only wettable granule fungicide/bactericide that contains 75% metallic copper – the highest percent of bio-active copper available today.
The NORDOX 75 WG Advantage
•Manufactured from the highest grade copper source available
•Smallest copper particle size on the market for better efficacy
•Stays suspended in spray tank
Reliable, Long Lasting Disease Control
•Highly effective on a wide range of crops
•Superior retention and rain fastness
•Even release of copper ions, for strong start and extended control
Economical: Delivers More Copper per Pound
•Provides more bio-active copper per/lb
•Lightweight concentrated granule reduces freight costs
Fewer Applicator Safety Issues
•Less personal protection equipment needed
•Caution signal word
•Shorter worker REI period – just 12 hours
•Easy to mix, dust-free formulation
•Requires less formulated product per acre
•Washes off easily in post-harvest processing
The per acre use rates for NORDOX 75 WG are applicable for dilute, concentrate and aerial sprays. Where dosage and/ or interval ranges are indicated, these may be adjusted according to disease conditions. For example, when conditions favor severe disease pressure, use the maximum rate and shortest spray interval. Do not apply less than the minimum recommended dosage.
•Bacterial Canker: 6.5 – 10lbs/Acre apply with spreader-sticker before fall rains and again 4 weeks later.
•Fruit Rot: 5 lbs/ Acre begin application in late bloom. One to two additional applications at 10-14 day intervals
•Red leaf spot, stem or leaf blight, tip blight: 5lbs/Acre Apply delayed-dormant spray in spring. Repeat as needed through pre-bloom
•Bacterial Stem Canker: 5lbs./Acre. Apply postharvest and again in spring before bud burst. One or two additional appli- cations at 10-14 day intervals may be required depending upon disease severity.
•Black Rot, Downey Mildew, Phomopsis, Powdery Mildew: 1 1⁄4 lbs./Acre. Apply just before bud break, when the shoots are 6-8 inches long, just after bloom, and every 4-10 days throughout the season as needed. Foliar injury may occur on copper-sensitive varieties.
•Anthracnose, bacterial spot, Downey mildew, early blight, late blight, leaf spot: 1 1⁄4- 2 1⁄2 lbs./Acre. Apply by ground or air when disease appears and repeat at 7 -10 day intervals.
•Alternaria leaf spot, angular leaf spot, anthracnose, Downey mildew, gummy stem blight, powdery mildew, watermelon bacterial fruit blotch: 1 – 1 1⁄4 lbs./Acre. Apply by ground or air when disease appears and repeat at 7-10 day intervals.
•Anthracnose, bacterial canker, bacterial speck, bacterial spot, early and late blight, grey leaf spot, leaf mold, septoria leaf spot: 1 1⁄4 - 2 1⁄2 lbs./Acre apply by ground or air prior to appearance of disease and repeat at 7-10 day intervals
•Anthracnose, bacterial canker, bacterial speck, bacterial spot, early and late blight, grey leaf spot, leaf mold, septoria leaf spot: 1 3/4 - 3 1⁄2 tsp / 1000sq.ft. Begin applications when disease first threatens and repeat at 7 -10 day intervals or as needed depending on disease severity.
Add the required amount of NORDOX 75 WG to a spray tank partially filled with water and agitate mixture to maintain a uniform suspension. Spreader/stickers, insecticides, nutrients, etc., should be added last. Observe all cautions and limitations on labels of all products used in mixtures.
* Refer to full label for complete information on usage of Nordox
Keep away from Children and Domestic Animals. Avoid contact with eyes, open cuts, or sores. Harmful if swallowed. External: Flood with water. Internal: Induce vomiting. Contact a physician immediately.
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL:
Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal. PESTICIDE STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry place. PESTICIDE DISPOSAL: Wastes resulting from the use of this product may be disposed of on site or at an approved waste disposal facility.
CONTAINER DISPOSAL: Completely empty bag into application equipment. Then dispose of empty bag in a sanitary landfill or by incineration, or if allowed by State and local authorities, by burning. If burned, stay out of smoke.