Physan 20 for use On Trees | Lawns & Turfgrass
Flowering Dogwood (cornus florida) - Anthracnose, Leaf Blights, Leaf Spots
Small circular, dirty yellow spots with reddish purple margins on flowers, leaves and young shoots. Spray 4 times -- when flower buds begin to open; as soon as flower bracts have fallen; 4 weeks later; and in late Summer after flower buds are well formed. If possible, spray just before rainy periods.
USE: 2 tablespoons of PHYSAN 20 concentrate in 3 gallons of water.
Trees (Ash, Sycamore, etc.) Anthracnose
Spray upper and underside of leaves and twigs until thoroughly wet. A large tree requires 50-60 gallons of spray per treatment for adequate coverage. Treat tree with three applications: as buds start to swell in April; as leaves start to expand; and as leaves are about 3/4 grown.
USE: 2 tablespoons PHYSAN 20 concentrate in 3 gallons of water.
Lawn - Grass - Dichondra - for Control of Certain Fungal Diseases and Rusts
1 pint of concentrate diluted treats 6,400 square feet. Controls the following fungal diseases: Algae, Dollar Spot, Fading-Out, Fairy Ring, Leaf Spot, Rust, Sclerotium rolfsii, Toad Stools. Spray with PHYSAN 20 solution at a rate of 5 gallons solution per 1,000 square feet of turf. Be sure all surfaces or grass are treated and the area is thoroughly soaked with solution. When disease reappears, repeat application.
USE: 1 tablespoon PHYSAN 20 concentrate in 1 gallon of water