Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide kills and prevents more than 80 types of plant diseases. It can be used on flowers, vegetables, fruit, and shade trees, and shrubs to control problems such as leaf spots, blights, rust, mildew, and fruit rot, and many others. The convenient squeeze-and-measure bottle is easy to use – no mess or measuring cups. Makes up to 64 gallons of diluted spray. For best results, use with a hose-end sprayer. Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide is for outdoor, residential use only, and care should kept away from children, pets, and especially marine life.
Bayer 3 in 1 Insect, Disease, and Mite Control offers systemic, rainproof, 30 day protection from pests and diseases that may harm your flowering plants, trees, and shrubs. It cures and prevents fungal diseases, kills and controls insect pests and spider mites.
The broad spectrum control of new Talstar XTRA granular insecticide is labeled for use against most ants (including fire ants) as well as chinch bugs, fleas, ticks, mole crickets, crane flies and many other lawn pests. Talstar XTRA Granules are an excellent choice for fire ant control –Talstar XTRA granular is proven to eliminate dangerous fire ant colonies in four hours or less. Which means you can help your customer return to their yards with complete peace of mind, sooner than you ever thought possible.
Merit Granular (by Bayer) is the longest lasting broad-spectrum grub control product on the market. Both curative and preventative, Merit Granules are effectivene on virtually every species of turf and ornamental pests. Merit even improves the quality of your turf. Merit 0.5 G is for broadcast application on and around turfgrass, ornamentals, trees, shrubs, flowers, groundcovers, and in and around commercial or residential buildings. Apply Merit 0.5 G uniformly over area being treated with normally used granular application equipment. Both drop-type and rotary-type spreaders may be used. Avoid using a spreader which would apply the product in narrow bands. For optimum control, product application should be followed by mechanical incorporation, irrigation, or rainfall, to help move the active ingredient into the soil.