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Small Organic Farm Use

Cures and prevents powdery mildew, blackspot, blights, molds and other plant diseases on garden crops and ornamentals.

GreenCure® is a potassium bicarbonate-based contact foliar fungicide that controls a variety of diseases on indoor and outdoor woody and herbaceous ornamental plants, greenhouse plants, garden plants and turf. GreenCure® is applied with spray equipment using a sufficient volume of water to insure complete coverage of all stems and foliage.

GreenCure® is sold as a dry, white powder in an 8 oz. container which makes up to 16 gallons of solution when mixed with water. This is enough to cover approximately 7200 sq. ft. with adequate coverage.

  • Effective on over 85 different annual and perennial flowers, woody and ornamental shade trees, woody and herbaceous ornamentals, many herbs and vegetables, and ornamental nut and fruit trees. 

  • Fully dissolves in water; no unsightly residue, dries quick, dries clean

  • University tested and proven to be effective

  • Fruits and vegetables can be picked as soon as an hour after spraying

  • Perfect for Herbs, Fruits and Vegetables

  • Active ingredient approved by the
    FDA as G.R.A.S. (Generally Regarded As Safe)

  • Kills powdery mildew on contact and provides 2 to 3 weeks of residual protection

  • Does not restrict plant growth

Diseases Controlled

Alternaria Blight
Anthracnose
Ascochyta Blight
Black Spot
Botrytis Blight
Botrytis Grey Mold
Cercospora Leaf Blight
Corynespora Leaf Spot
Didymellina Leaf Spot
Diplodia Tip Spot
Downy Mildew
Entomosporium Leaf Spot
Fusarium
Helminthosporium Leaf Spot
Ink Spot
Phomopsis Blight
Powdery Mildew
Ovulinia sp.
Ramularia Leaf Spot
Ray Blight
Scab
Septoria Leaf Spot

For more information please visit: GreenCure.net


www.GreenCure.net

 


Untreated rose leaves and leaves treated with GreenCure®


   

MilStop™

For Large Scale Commercial Growers and Greenhouses

Water Soluble Broad Spectrum Foliar Fungicide

Choose MilStop for curative control of powdery mildews and preventative control of most other foliar diseases.

MilStop is an EPA-registered, potassium bicarbonate-based foliar fungicide that kills on contact by pulling water from spores and infecting threads. It also inhibits enzymes involved in fungal cell wall formation by altering the pH on the leaf surface. There is no known resistance to MilStop; an excellent disease management tool as a standalone fungicide for foliar disease control or alternated as part of an integrated pest management program.

Prevention is the best medicine

  • Use at or before the first sign of disease

  • Effective on interiorscape, greenhouse, nursery, woody, herbs and field crops

  • Fully dissolves in water; no unsightly residue, dries quick, dries clean

  • Cost effective, comes pre-formulated with spreader/sticker

  • Best if applied by low volume sprayer

  • University tested and proven to be effective

  • 1-hour REI, OMRI listed and is compatible
    with many beneficial insects

  • Perfect for Herbs and Vegetables

  • Active ingredient approved by the
    FDA as G.R.A.S. (Generally Regarded As Safe)

  • Kills powdery mildew on contact and provides 2 to 3 weeks of residual protection

  • Does not restrict plant growth

Diseases Controlled

Will cure and prevent powdery mildew; will prevent Alternaria, Anthracnose, Ascochyta, black spot, Botrytis, Cercospora, downy mildew, Helminthosporium, Ovulinia, Phoma, Phomopsis, and Septoria.

MilStop Foliar Application

MilStop is available in a 5 or 25 lb. bucket and has no special storage conditions. To prevent foliar fungal
disease, apply at 2.5 lbs./acre every two weeks until conditions are no longer favorable for disease development. Shorten the interval during rainy weather or during periods of high relative humidity. To cure powdery
mildew, apply up to the maximum rate (5 lbs./acre) every week for three weeks.

 


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