Phiticide

Regular price $129.00

Free ShippingPhiticide is a systemic product containing Mono- and Dibasic phosphites. The Phosphonic ion is effective in controlling Downy mildew, Brown rot, Foot rot and other diseases caused by Phytophthora, Pythium and other related fungi by activating the plant’s natural resistance mechanisms.

Active Ingredients : Mono- and Dibasic sodium, Potassium and Ammonium phosphites 56.2%

Manufacturer : Drexel

Usage Rate Recommendations :
2 - 5 Pints per acre

For specific details on these areas of use and use rates check the label provided

Asparagus
Allspice
Amaranth
Angelica
Anise
Anise, star
Annatto (seed)
Apple
Apricot
Arracacha
Arrowroot
Arugula (Roquette)
Avocado
Balm
Balsam apple
Balsam pear
Basil
Bedding Plants
Bitter cassava
Bitter melon
Black raspberry
Black-eye pea
Blackberry
Borage
Brassica Crops
Broadbean
Broccoli raab (Rapini)
Broccoli,
Brussels sprouts
Burnet
CBlueberry
Cabbage
Calamondin
Camomile
Caneberry
Caper buds
Caraway
Caraway, black
Cardamom
Cardoon
Cassia bark
Cassia buds
Catjang
Catnip
Cauliflower
Cavalo broccolo
Celery
Celery (Chinese)
Celery seed
Celtuce
Chayote
Chayote (Root)
Chervil
Chervil (dried)
Chickpea
Chikasaw plums
Chinese artichoke
Chinese broccoli (Gailan)
Chinese cabbage (Bok choy)
Chinese cabbage (Napa)
Chinese cucumber
Chinese longbean
Chinese mustard cabbage (Gai choy)
Chinese waxgourd
Chironja
Chive
Chive, Chinese
Christmas Trees
Chrysanthemum (Edible leaved, Garland)
Chufa
Cilantro (leaf)
Cinnamon
Citron melon
Citrus
Citrus
Citrus citron
Citrus hybrids
Clary
Clove buds
Collards
Conifers
Coriander leaf (Cilantro or Chinese parsley)
Coriander seed (Cilantro)
Corn salad
Costmary
Cowpea
Crabapple
Cranberry
Cress (Garden, Upland)
Crowder pea
Cucumber
Cucurbit Crops
Culantro (seed)
Cumin
Curry (leaf)
Damson plums
Dandelion
Dasheen
Dill (dillweed)
Dill (seed)
Dock (Sorrel)
Edible canna
Edible podded
Endive (Escarole)
Fennel (Florence)
Fennel (common)
Fennel, Florence (seed)
Fenugreek
Field bean
Forested Areas
Forestry
Gherkins
Ginger
Ginseng
Golf Courses
Gourd (Edible)
Grain bean
Grains of paradise, Horehound
Grapefruit
Grapes
Grass grown for seed
Guar
Herbs & Spices
Hops
Hyssop
Jackbean
Japanese plums
Jerusalem artichoke
Juniper berry
Kale
Kidney bean
Kohlrabi
Kumquat
Lablab bean
Lavender
Leafy Vegetables
Legume Vegetables
Lemon
Lemongrass
Lentil
Leren
Lettuce (Head, Leaf)
Lima bean
Lime
Loganberry
Loquat
Lovage (leaf)
Lovage (seed)
Mace
Mandarin (Tangerine)
Marigold, marjoram
Mayhaw
Mizuna
Muskmelon
Mustard (seed)
Mustard greens
Mustard spinach
Nasturtium
Navy bean
Nectarines
Nurseries
Nutmeg
Onions
Orach
Orange (Sour, Sweet)
Oriental pear
Ornamental Plants
Parks
Parsley
Parsley (dried)
Peaches
Peanuts
Pear
Pennyroyal
Pepper, black
Pepper, white
Peppers
Phaseolus
Pigeon pea
Pineapple
Pinto bean
Plantations
Plumcot
Plums
Pome Fruits
Poppy (seed)
Potato
Prunes
Pummelo
Pumpkin
Purslane (Garden, Winter)
Quince
Radicchio (Red chicory)
Rape greens
Red raspberry
Rhubarb
Rosemary
Rue
Runner bean
Saffron
Sage
Satsuma mandarin
Savory, Summer and Winter
Snap bean
Sod Production
Southern pea
Soybean
Spinach
Spinach (New Zealand, Vine)
Stone Fruits
Strawberry
Succulent shelled
Summer and Winter squash
Sweet bay
Sweet bean
Sweet cassava
Sweet cherries
Sweet potato
Swiss chard
Sword bean
Tangelo
Tangor
Tanier
Tansy
Tarragon
Tart cherries
Tepary bean
Thyme
Tobacco
Tomatillo
Tomato
Trees in Landscapes
True yam
Tuberous and Corm Vegetables
Turf
Turmeric
Vanilla
Watermelon
Wax beans
White bean
White sweet lupin beans
Wintergreen
Woodruff
Wormwood
Yam bean
Yardlong beans