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ActinovateSP - Nufarm US


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Biological Fungus Control



Actinovate® SP Biological Fungicide suppresses and controls root rot, damping-off fungi and foliar fungal pathogens. When used as a soil drench, it also suppresses and controls soil-borne fungi including Fusarium, Rhizoctonia, Pythium, Phytophthora, Phytomatotricum, Sclerotinia, Gaeumannomyces and Verticillium.

Actinovate SP’s active ingredient colonizes the root system and protects plants from harmful fungi. Plants treated with Actinovate SP will become hardier, more vigorous, and will have a robust and protected root system. When used as a foliar spray, it effectively suppresses and controls foliar diseases such as powdery and downy mildew, Botrytis, Sclerotinia and Alternaria.



KEY PERFORMANCE BENEFITS
  • Biological fungicide
  • Multiple modes of action
  • Broad spectrum activity on soil and foliar diseases
  • Non-phytotoxic
  • Easy application with minimal agitation needed
  • Can be mixed or rotated with other fungicides
  • OMRI Listed® for organic production

USE SUMMARY
SOIL DRENCH

Ornamental bulb crops: Apply to soil through irrigation or as an in-furrow seed spray in 10-200 gallons of water.

Rate................................................................... 6-12 oz/A
Rate (California)...............................................Not approved

Greenhouse, nursery, ornamental landscape or interiorscape: Mix and apply solution as a drench to plants/growing media at a rate of 1 gallon per cubic foot of growing media, this equates to enough solution to saturate soil without creating runoff.

Rate................................................4-6 oz/100 gals of water
Rate (California; greenhouse, nursery or interiorscape only)....6 oz/100 gals of water

Turfgrass and turf landscapes: Mix indicated rate of Actinovate SP with appropriate amount of water (2-4 gallons per 1,000 sq ft). Water in immediately after application with sprinklers for 3-6 minutes. Apply at indicated rate for initial application or problem areas when soil temperatures are above 45°F. Apply maintenance applications of 18 oz per acre every 4
to 8 weeks through season or until soil temperatures reach 45°F or less. If nematode pest pressure is evident reapply every 1 to 3 weeks until control is achieved. A soil surfactant is recommended to best move the solution to the root zone of the turf. Consult manufacturer for product recommendations.

Rate...................................................................... 18-54 oz/A
Rate (California).....................................................................18 oz/A


FOLIAR SPRAY
Greenhouse, nursery, ornamental landscape and interiorscape: Dissolve Actinovate SP in 50–100 gallons of water and apply to foliage and blossoms every 7 to 14 days depending on disease pressure. Crop size, spray equipment, and local practices will determine the volume of water needed. Spray to wet, but do not allow run-off.

Rate................................................. 6-12 oz/A
Rate (California; greenhouse only) ....... 6-12 oz/A

Turfgrass and turf landscape: Mix indicated rate of Actinovate® SP with appropriate amount of water (50–150 gallons per acre of turf grass). Apply at initial application or maintenance rates
as above in early morning or evening on wet turf. Water in immediately after application with sprinklers for 3–6 minutes. Consider use of a soil surfactant to best move the solution to the
root zone of the turf. Consult manufacturer for product suggestions. Continue applications at 7 to 24 day intervals through season or until soil temperatures fall to 45°F or lower.

Rate............................................... 18-54 oz/A
Rate (California; turfgrass only) ..............18 oz/A


See label for complete application rates and recommendations.
EPA REG. NO.
73314-1

ACTIVE INGR.
Streptomyces lydicus WYEC 108 (0.0371%)

FORMULATION
soluble powder

CHEM. FAMILY
glucopyranosyl antibiotic

FRAC NUMBER
25

SIGNAL WORD
caution

RESTRICTED
no

PACKAGE SIZE
12 x 18 oz bag


KEY USES
Athletic fields
Cemeteries
Golf courses (fairways, roughs, greens, tees)
Home lawns and landscapes
Lawns (commercial, residential)
Ornamental bulb crops including corms, rhizomes, tubers, and seeds
Ornamental landscapes and interiorscapes
Parks and similar sites
Seed production
Sod farms
Turfgrass and turf landscapes


KEY DISEASES CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
Anthracnose
Brown patch
Dollar spot
Gray leaf spot
Gray snow mold
Pink snow mold
Powdery mildew
Rust
Slime molds
Take-all patch