Patented Granular Dispersing Technology.
|3336® DG Lite is formulated with patented granular dispersing technology. Mixed with water, the particles quickly disperse enabling easier and more consistent application as well as better penetration into the plant root zone.|
|PATENTED TECHNOLOGY FOR POWERFUL CONTROL|
- Superior patented dispersing granule technology
- Contact with water causes rapid particle distribution
- New 150 SGN particle makes application easy and more consistent
- Perfect match for today’s ornamental management styles
|3336® DG Lite is a broad spectrum systemic fungicide which controls a variety of foliar, stem, and root diseases on a wide range of commercially important plants. 3336 DG Lite may be used for disease control and prevention programs on annual and perennial flowers, bedding plants, foliage plants, ground covers, and deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs found in nursery, greenhouse, interiorscape, and landscape sites|
3336 DG Lite may be used as a broadcast, fly-on, surface, over the top, and media incorporation application. For cut flowers do not exceed the maximum application rate of 0.5 lbs ai/acre/application. 3336 DG Lite may be applied to dry or moist soil conditions and should be activated with irrigation or natural rainfall within 24 hours for best results. If irrigated, application should be watered in by applicator with 0.1-0.25 inches of water to begin activation. For media incorporation, mix at a rate of 2-3 lb/cu yd before seeding or transplanting of desired crop. Media incorporated with 3336 DG Lite may be stockpiled for later use without activation until needed.
For Preventive Control: Apply as media incorporation prior to planting or as a broadcast, fly-on, surface, or over the top application after seeding or transplanting to propagation beds, containers, pots, or nursery or landscape beds.
For Curative Control: Apply after seeding or transplanting when disease first appears. Repeat every 21-28 days for adequate crop protection. Note: 3336 DG Lite does not control Pythium or Phytophthora. Rotations with metalazyl, mefenoxam, etridiazole, propamocarb, mono and dipotassium salts of phosphorous acid or fosetyl-Al are required for the control of Pythium and Phytophthora.
|See label for complete application rates and recommendations.|