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Copper-based fungicide for use in organic gardening. Helps suppress and control diseases like brown rot blossom blight, downy and powdery mildew, peach leaf curl, fireblight, rust, leaf spot, and more — for fruit trees, berry plants and vines, vegetables, and flowers. Ready to use. Label includes instructions for application as a dust or as a spray. Intended for use as a modern replacement for bordeaux.

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Recommended by local apple grower.
Joan D on Mar 30, 2016
Recommended by local apple grower.
Joan D on Mar 30, 2016
Need to stop mildew on some of my flowers example roses and zinnias.
JANET M on Mar 7, 2016
Need to stop mildew on some of my flowers example roses and zinnias.
JANET M on Mar 7, 2016
how much do i use to spray peach trees?
silviodenunzio on Mar 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have only used it on very young trees (apple, pear, peach and cherry). I mix the powder iwith water in a spray bottle and spray the leaves and stems/trunk with the spray so that a thin layer of spray is left behind. When it dries it looks like a dusting of powder. If you use too much it will just wash off in the next rain, so that is not a big problem (except wasting the product/money). The product is essentially non-toxic, so it will harm other vegetation when it washes out, and it will not pollute waterways (unless you dump the whole container in a stream, but who would do that!). Too little (if you can't see the dusting at all when dry) will not give you protection. Good luck and happy peaches!
Can you use copper spray after the cherry tree has bloomed?
Cheryl D on Apr 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Cheryl,
You need to wait until the petals have fallen and the pollinators have stopped visiting the tree.
Then you will need to follow the directions carefully. Although copper is "organic" (it's really "inorganic", though) you still to be careful when handling it and spraying because it is toxic.

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