Everris Na Inc

Banrot 40 WP Fungicide

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Banrot 40 WP Fungicide has an appropriate name as it bans root and stem rot diseases and protects your ornamental and nursery crops from further damage. Banrot 40 WP soil fungicide is useful at the time of seeding and transplanting and works as an effective drench to control soil pathogens. If root and stem diseases threaten your crops, kill them on the spot with Banrot WP Fungicide.

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    Active Ingredient(s)

    Etridiazole 15% Thiophante-methyl 25%

    Used For

    Kills: Fungi, dollar spot, brown ring patch, aerial web blight, alternaria leaf blight, botrytis blight, fusarium leaf spot, brown patch, stripe smut, dead spot, snow, leaf spot, ink spot, tulip fire, blights, leaf scorch, storage rot, wilt

    Manufacturer

    Everris Na Inc

    How Banrot Fungicide Works

    Banrot Fungicide is a soil fungicide that stops root diseases at the source and prevents damage along the stems. It contains two active ingredients for maximum fungal disease protection: etridiazole and thiophanate-methyl. These ingredients combine to create an effective solution for fighting fungal diseases and keeping them from spreading to other crops in the greenhouse. The ingredients also make up nearly 50 percent of the active solution, giving you a powerful fungicide to use in your pest-fighting arsenal.


    Where to Use Banrot Fungicide

    Because of its potent formula, you should only use Banrot fungicide in commercial greenhouses. This professional product contains chemical ingredients that are for professional-use only and require great attention during application. You can apply Banrot fungicide with a pressurized drench system or through drip and sprinkler chemigation. When applied correctly, the active ingredients protect bedding plants, foliage plants, herbaceous and woody ornamentals and coffee seedlings in containers and beds.


    Banrot Fungicide Target Pests

    Use Banrot fungicide to eradicate root and stem diseases that cause massive damage to profitable crops in commercial greenhouses. It kills some of the most common greenhouse fungi such as:

    • Pythium
    • Phytophthora
    • Rhizoctonia
    • Thielaviopsis

     

    Banrot Fungicide Features and Benefits

    • For use in commercial greenhouses
    • Kills a variety of damaging plant fungi
    • Contains two active ingredients for twice the effectiveness
    • Applies with drip and sprinkler chemigation and drench systems
    • Protects nursery crops such as bedding plants, azaleas and citrus seedlings

     

    Banrot Tips for Use on Seed Beds

    • Mix 4 ounces of Banrot with 50 gallons of water.
    • Apply 1 gallon per 1.2-square yards.
    • Use two days prior to seed sowing.
    • Keep the area wet as much as possible.
    • For sown seeds, apply irrigation immediately after application.

     

    Keep Out Fungal Diseases With Banrot Fungicide

    Banrot fungicide and its two active ingredients fight hard-to-control fungal growths on bedding plants and woody ornamentals. Once applied, Banrot goes to work and continues to provide effective control of targeted fungal species. You can apply this fungicide with chemigation systems to target fungi at the roots and use with overhead sprinklers to protect against stem rot. If you want a professional fungicide that targets multiple fungal diseases and works on numerous plants, you need Banrot fungicide in your greenhouse.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

    It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

     

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