LPI Thio-M AG 4.5F
Apply this product with ground or aerial equipment, using sufficient volume of spray to provide thorough coverage. Continuous agitation is required to keep the material in suspension. LPI does not recommend tank mixes with highly alkaline pesticides, such as Bordeaux mixture or lime sulfur. No claim of compatibility with other pesticides is implied. Use the higher rates under conditions of severe disease pressure. Also, see local state extension service recommendations for application schedules. Optimum disease control occurs when fungicides are applied in a preventative spray program prior to fungal infection. Some diseases are better controlled when several different MOA (Modes of Action) fungicides are tank mixed for the application. Check your area university or extension recommendations guide for specifics.
Use the fluid oz./acre rate for concentrate sprays (less than 400 gallons on apples, less than 300 gallons on stonefruit). Use the fluid oz./100 gal rate for dilute ground applications. For aerial applications, use a minimum of 3 gallA (5 gallA in California) for row crops, and a minimum of 10 gallA for tree crops. Higher spray volume will generally result in better coverage and better disease control.
Always start with a thoroughly clean spray tank and spray system before using this product.
Fill spray tank to half full, start agitation. Be sure to shake product container well before pouring to measure. Slowly pour required product into spray tank,then finish filling tank with water, all the while maintaining agitation.
This product may also be tank mixed with other pesticides to broaden spectrum of control. Using instructions above, add products in order of formulation type: dry flowables (OF), wettable powders (WP), and wettable dry granules (WDG) should be added first; then flowables (F and SC); then emulsifiable concentrates(EC) last. As each product is added to the tank, be sure it is completely dispersed before adding any other product to the mix. Maintain agitation throughout mixing and application processes.
If there is any question as to the compatibility of the components, always perform a jar test with proportional amount of each product, using water from the actual use source. Always read and follow label direction of all products. The most restrictive label language will apply. Do not mix more spray solution than you plan to apply that day.
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