Where can Prostar WG be applied?
Prostar WG can be applied in greenhouses, saran and shade houses, outdoor containers and field-grown nursery stock.*
In Nassau and Suffolk Counties, use is limited to drench application to container grown ornamentals in greenhouses only.
What types of plants are on the Prostar WG label?
Prostar WG is labeled for use on herbaceous bedding plants, flowering plants, tropical foliage, woody ornamentals, evergreen trees and non-bearing fruit trees.
Are there plant restrictions on the label?
Prostar WG does not list any plant restrictions. It is labeled for many crops including geraniums and ferns.
What is the re-entry (REI) interval when using Prostar WG?
The REI for Prostar WG is 12 hours.
What personal protective equipment (PPE) is required when using Prostar WG?
Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, shoes plus socks and chemical resistant gloves are required.
Where does Prostar WG fit in my disease control program?
Prostar WG is ideal for control of soilborne pathogens in rotation with products such as Heritage® 3336® and Medallion®.
When should Prostar WG be applied?
Prostar WG will work best when applied preventively prior to the onset of disease. When disease is present, it can be used for curative control.
How long will disease control last?
Depending on environmental conditions and application timing, disease control can last up to 28 days.
Is Prostar WG a good choice to control Southern Blight?
Prostar WG is considered the industry standard for Southern Blight control. Southern Blight is a common disease that is frequently misdiagnosed and therefore, mistreated.
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