Adorn - Nufarm US Greenhouse Nursery


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Defeat Downy Mildew, Phytophthora,
Pythium and Resistance, too.



Ornamental growers have a powerful tool for fighting downy mildew, Phytophthora and Pythium. With a novel mode of action, Adorn® Fungicide is an excellent addition to fungicide rotations and plays a key role in resistance management programs.


TOTAL CONTROL OVER PYTHIUM
  • Excellent control of downy mildew, Phytophthora and Pythium
  • Novel mode of action
  • Tank mix to use as a resistance management tool

APPLICATION RECOMMENDATIONS
RATES: 1 to 4 fl oz/100 gallons. Apply before disease development. Use the higher rate when treating plants with a high potential for disease development. If necessary, reapply after 14 to 28 days. For resistance management, Adorn Fungicide must be tank mixed with the labeled rate of another labeled fungicide product that has a different mode of action.

Foliar Application: Use 2 to 4 fl oz/100 gallons for foliar applications. 100 gallons of spray solution will treat approximately 20,000 sq ft of area. Apply the spray solution to all plant surfaces to the point of runoff.

Drench Application: Use 1 to 4 fl oz/100 gallons for drench applications. Use enough solution to wet the root zones of plants.


PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
Do not apply more than 2 applications of Adorn Fungicide per cropping cycle.
Do not apply sequentially, alternate with another fungicide registered for use on ornamentals.


See label for complete application rates and recommendations.
Link to Adorn - Downy Mildew, Phytophthora, and Pythium Control Fact Sheet
Link to Adorn - Impatiens Downy Midlew Control Fact Sheet

EPA REG. NO.
59639-141

ACTIVE INGR.
fluopicolide (39.5%)

FORMULATION
flowable

CHEM. FAMILY
carbamate

GROUP NUMBER
43

REI
12 hours

SIGNAL WORD
caution

APPLICATION
spray, drench

PACKAGE SIZE
12 x 1 qt bottle


KEY USES
Greenhouse, lathhouse and outdoor nurseries
Ornamentals and shrubs


KEY DISEASES CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
Downy mildew
Phytophthora
Pythium