Wally’s Liquid Sulphur 250ml
Being a thick liquid it is best to add the amount of liquid Sulphur required, into half the amount of water and stir, before adding the balance of the water in the sprayer. Also rinse measuring flask into the balance of water before adding to sprayer.
Raingard should be added to further rain proof the spray, which with Raingard, is normally about 14 days.
Not to be used with oil sprays such as Neem Tree Oil, spraying oils, Shield or Gild and best applied later in the day.
On food crops there is a one day withholding period and produce should be washed in preparation.
Roses; use for black spot, powdery mildew, rust and mites and apply at 7 to 10 day intervals to protect new growth from black spot.
Tomatoes and Potatoes, for botrytis and mildew, as a preventative, before appearance of the disease.
Fruit trees and ornamentals for powdery mildew, rust, black spot, and mites.
Apply at 14 day intervals during active growth. Do not apply to flowering plants or trees that are setting fruit as it can interfere with the pollination. (Spray late in day when pollination is completed for the day.)
Traditionally sulphur is always associated with grape vines and itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s great for preventing the diseases that can affect the vines such as mildew and botrytis.
great, safe to use product, for the control a several diseases especially, powdery mildews, botrytis, black spot and rusts.
Sulphur and Copper are the two most widely used compounds in the prevention and control of a wide range of plant diseases. These are age old garden remedies, proven over centuries of use and just as applicable today as they were a thousand or more years back.
Liquid Sulphur is most effective for the prevention and control of powdery mildew, rust, botrytis, leaf moulds or spots, and black spot. It will however assist in a number of other diseases that can affect plants.
An interesting aspect with sulphur, it’s a very effective spray for the control of mites and does a better job than most miticides.
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