Agri Mycin 50 - Nufarm US


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Protect Crops with Agri-Mycin® 50.



For years, Agri-Mycin® has been the industry standard bactericide. Its specific mode of action is unique to streptomycin and is an essential part of any bacterial disease control program. It provides effective, economical disease control for three to four days. Agri-Mycin 50 is now provided with a higher concentrated formula. The formulation mixes well while its convenient packaging reduces the waste and hassle of package disposal.


SETTING A NEW STANDARD IN DISEASE CONTROL
  • PROTECTION – Superior protection against certain diseases including leaf rot, bacterial stem rot, bacterial wilt and crown gall roses
  • COMPATIBLE – Compatible with most commonly used pesticides
  • GENTLE – Easy on target crop
  • EFFICIENT – High-quality performance at a reduced product rate
  • CONVENIENT – New concentrated-formula packaging reduces package disposal

USE SUMMARY
TREE CROPS
CROP
DISEASE
RECOMMENDED RATE OR CONCENTRATION
FIRST SPRAY
APPLE
Fire blight*
8 - 16 oz/A
(equivalent to 50 -
100 ppm at 600 gal/A)

Make first application at 20 to 30% bloom. Spray trees every 3 to 4 days during blossom time.
PEAR
(Except CA)


Fire blight*
8 - 16 oz/A
(equivalent to 50 -
100 ppm at 600 gal/A)

Make first application at 20 to 30% bloom. Spray trees every 3 to 4 days during blossom time.
PEAR
(CA only)


Fire blight*
9.6 oz/A
(equivalent to 60 ppm
at 600 gal/A)

Make first application at 10% bloom and repeat at 5-day intervals until all late bloom is over.
*Do not apply within 30 days of harvest


VEGETABLE CROPS
CROP
DISEASE
RECOMMENDED RATE OR CONCENTRATION
FIRST SPRAY
CELERY
(FL only)

Bacterial blight
200 ppm
(equivalent to 2 2/3 –
5 1/3 oz in 50 - 100 gal/A)

Apply first spray when seedlings are in the 2-leaf stage, when first true leaves appear. Continue
applications at 4- to 5-day intervals until transplanted in field.

PEPPER

Bacterial spot,
bacterial speck*

200 ppm
(equivalent to 2 2/3 –
5 1/3 oz in 50 - 100 gal/A)

Apply first spray when seedlings are in the 2-leaf stage, when first true leaves appear. Continue
applications at 4- to 5-day intervals until transplanted in field.

TOMATO

Bacterial spot,
bacterial speck*

200 ppm
(equivalent to 2 2/3 –
5 1/3 oz in 50 - 100 gal/A)

Apply first spray when seedlings are in the 2-leaf stage, when first true leaves appear. Continue
applications at 4- to 5-day intervals until transplanted in field.

*Not registered for use in California


VEGETABLE CROPS
CROP
DISEASE
RECOMMENDED RATE OR CONCENTRATION
FIRST SPRAY
POTATO
Wildfire blue mold
100 ppm
Soak cut seed pieces in solution for several minutes and plant as usual.
TOBACCO

Bacterial spot,
bacterial speck*

For preventive action
100 ppm
(equivalent to 5 1/3 oz in
200 gal/A or
25 gal/5,000 ft2)

For curative action
200 ppm
(equivalent to 10 2/3 oz in
200 gal/A)

*Do not apply within 30 days of harvest
See label for complete application rates and recommendations.
EPA REG. NO.
55146-98

ACTIVE INGR.
streptomycin sulfate (65.8%)
(equivalent to 50% streptomycin base)


FORMULATION
wettable powder

CHEM. FAMILY
glucopyranosyl

GROUP NUMBER
5

REI
12 hours

PACKAGE SIZE
3 lb bag

APPLICATION
spray, dip


KEY USES
Apple
Celery
Pear
Pepper
Potato
Tobacco
Tomato
Tree crops


KEY WEEDS CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
Bacterial blight
Bacterial spot
Bacterial speck*
Fire blight
Soft rot blackleg
Wildfire blue mold

* Not for use in California