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Lime Sulfur Solutions
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Item Number: 1339
Manufacturer: Miller Chemical
Manufacturer Part No: 1339

Lime sulfur Solutions

Active Ingredient: Polysulphide Sulphur.
Description: Concentrated lime sulphur solution for control of certain diseases, insects and mites on pome fruit, stone fruit, citrus, grapes, roses, hedges and vegetables.
Area Treated: Rates vary depending on crop and state registration. Citrus is 10L/100L. Pome fruit is 5L/100L.
Diseases Controlled: White Louse Scale, Mouri mite, Bud mite, Erinose mite, Vine Bunch mite, San Jose scale, Byrobia mite, Pear leaf blister mite, Frosted scale, Two spotted mite, Tomato mite, Powdery Mildew, Rust, Brown Rot, Black Spot, Shot hole, leaf curl and Freckle.
Useful Tips: Do not apply during growing period of apricots, raspberries, cucurbits, peaches or other sulphur sensitive plants. Suitable to be included in a resistance strategy. Do not mix with water of pH below 4. Spread of mites is checked by sulphur treatments used for powdery mildew. Use spray mixture on the same day as mixed with water.
Main Usage Period: Mainly when the trees are dormant.
Lime sulfur is sold as a spray for deciduous trees to control fungi, bacteria and insects living or dormant on the surface of the bark.Excellent for both dormant and growing season disease control. Mix 4 tsp. per gallon of water for spring and summer applications or use 1 cup per gallon of water as a dormant spray.
Dormant season applications need to be applied in late winter or early spring when temperatures are above freezing, but before leaves are present on the plant. Growing season applications can be made after leaves are present on the plant, but should be applied in the early morning or late afternoon to avoid burning. Plant damage caused by lime-sulfur is most severe during dry weather when temperatures reach 80 degrees to 95 degrees F. Lime sulfur is corrosive to the eyes and harmful if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin. Lime sulfur burns leaves so it is not as useful for evergreen plants. Appropriate precautions according to the label should be taken when applying
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