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Product Number: H409

Actinovate Fungicide (20 GR)

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Prevent two devastating diseases, early & late blight, from appearing on your tomato plants. These fungal diseases are deadly and for gardeners that means frustration and loss in fruit production. Blight spores can overwinter in the soil and can also be transported by wind causing wilt and yellowing leaves, followed by stem rot, and fruit rot, eventually killing the entire plant. This organic fungicide effectively suppresses and controls this, along with a wide range of other diseases such as: powdery mildew, black spot, grey mold, damping-off, root rot, foliar diseases and turf brown patch. The beneficial bacteria grows around the root system and foliage to protect your plants up to the day of harvest. It may be used on all vegetables, flowering plants, shrubs and even lawns. Water soluble, it can be prepared in previous beds, indoor seed starting, or as a foliar spray throughout the growing season. The concentrated powder contains the Streptomyces lydicus bacterium and can treat over 200 plants. One packet

Due to the manufacturer's change in shelf life, this product has an expiration date of 12/26/18 .

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09/03/2018
ANITA S.
United States

Actinovate fungicide

Probably waited too late for it to be effective.

WB
04/30/2018
William B.
United States

Usefulness of Actinovate

It works so well for a tough garden problem of powdery mildew. I even use it on garden phlox. The look the best they have in years.

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05/29/2017
pepperhead212

Good as a preventative.

I use Actinovate early in the season, and I find that it slows down the appearance of many of the tomato diseases. However, once something shows up, I switch over to a copper or potassium bicarbonate/oil spray, as this only seems to help as a prophylactic, not a cure. It also helps prevent rust on beans.

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