A one-stop fungus fighter for gardens, lawns hydroponics! This water-soluble organic fungicide knocks back diseases that attack your lawn, ornamentals and even edibles yet is proven to be safe around pets, people and the environment. OMRI Listed for use in organic production.
- 1 What is the active ingredient in Actinovate?
- 2 How long does it take for Actinovate to work?
- 3 How often to use Actinovate?
- 4 Is Actinovate systemic?
- 5 Is Actinovate safe?
- 6 What is the difference between Actinovate and Actinovate sp?
- 7 How do you use Actinovate fungicide?
- 8 How do I use MilStop?
- 9 What are biological fungicides?
- 10 What is Mycostop?
- 11 What is Serenade fungicide?
- 12 Who discovered mycorrhiza?
What is the active ingredient in Actinovate?
The active ingredient in Actinovate® is a naturally-occurring bacterium called Streptomyces lydicus strain WYEC 108, which colonizes the plant root system and protects it from harmful fungi.
How long does it take for Actinovate to work?
to 8 weeks through season or until soil temperatures reach 45°F or less. If nematode pest pressure is evident reapply every 1 to 3 weeks until control is achieved.
How often to use Actinovate?
Apply Actinovate® Lawn & Garden at any stage of the plant life cycle. For best results, apply as early as possible such as at seeding, transplant or potting stage. Reapply every 2-12 weeks as needed. Apply product with watering can, hose-end sprayer or similar devices.
Is Actinovate systemic?
Application of Actinovate induces a benign plant immune response known as ISR/SAR, bolstering resistance against disease on a systemic level.
Is Actinovate safe?
Actinovate is relatively safe when compared with many other fungicides, though caution is advised when using any pesticide.
What is the difference between Actinovate and Actinovate sp?
Actinovate SP is distributed by Mycorrhizal Applications and Nufarm Americas Inc., while Actinovate Lawn & Garden is distributed exclusively by Mycorrhizal Applications.
How do you use Actinovate fungicide?
To do this, mix 1/2 -1 teaspoon of Actinovate® Lawn & Garden in a gallon of water to create solution. Apply solution as a watering directly to the plant’s base so as to water in to the roots. Reapply every 2-6 weeks as needed.
How do I use MilStop?
MIXING INSTRUCTIONS: MilStop must be diluted with water before applying. Carefully measure and mix the product and water. Fill tank with 1/2 to 3/4 of the selected volume of water prior to the addition of MilStop. Start mechanical or hydraulic agitation.
What are biological fungicides?
Bio-fungicides are the fungicides which are from non – inorganic sources like plant origin or animal origin or may be organisms. Many hyper parasites like fungus and bacteria are used as organic or bio fungicides. These are also called biological agents to control the fungal diseases.
What is Mycostop?
Mycostop Biological Fungicide provides a safe and reliable means of protecting your crops against pathogens. It is a biological product for environmentally friendly horticulture. Mycostop biofungicide contains a naturally occurring bacterial strain isolated from Sphagnum peat.
What is Serenade fungicide?
Serenade® ASO fungicide is a powerful tool designed to protect against the effects of soil and foliar bacterial and fungal diseases. Applied as a foliar spray, Serenade ASO protects crops against diseases; both applications result in higher yields.
Who discovered mycorrhiza?
This symbiosis was studied and described by Franciszek Kamieński in 1879–1882. Further research was carried out by Albert Bernhard Frank, who introduced the term mycorrhiza in 1885.