Spectracide Immunox Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens

Spectracide Immunox® Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate For Gardens

Spectracide Immunox Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens is highly effective when it is used to prevent diseases or applied at the first sign of disease. Consider treating early in the season.

  • Protects fruits, nuts and vegetables
  • Cures and prevents all major diseases on roses, lawns, flowers, trees and ornamental shrubs 
  • Protects for up to 2 weeks 
  • Can't be washed off by rain once dried
  • Controls brown patch, powdery mildew, black spot, rust, blights, leaf spot, mold, scab and more
IMPORTANT INFO

Active Ingredients

Myclobutanil 1.55%
Other Ingredients 98.45%
Total: 100.00%
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. For home use only.
STOP Do not allow people or pets to contact treated plants until spray has dried

USE RESTRICTIONS FOR LAWNS AND ORNAMENTALS
Do not use treated plants, grass or clippings for food or feed.
NOTE: This product is non-staining to most home siding depending on age and cleanliness. However, before using in areas where the spray may contact home siding (vinyl siding in particular), test in an inconspicuous area and recheck in a few hours. Do not use if any staining is observed.

CHOOSE AN APPLICATION METHOD.
PUMP-UP SPRAYER OR TRIGGER BOTTLE SPRAYER
Fill with required amount of water. Add the amount of concentrate specified. Replace sprayer top and shake well before spraying.
DIAL-STYLE HOSE-END SPRAYER
Set sprayer to the “fl oz/gallon” level specified. Use only enough product for the area to be treated. Close sprayer, attach to hose and apply.
CONCENTRATE PLUS WATER-STYLE SPRAYER
Determine the amount of concentrate required. Pour concentrate into sprayer jar to the required “fl oz” level. Then add the required amount of water to the “gallon” level. Replace sprayer top on jar and shake well before spraying.
  • Spectracide Immunox® Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens is highly effective when it is used to prevent diseases or applied at the first sign of disease. Consider treating early in the season.
  • When using this product on ornamental plants not listed, test on a small area first.
  • If it rains before product has dried, reapply.
  • If you need more information about lawn, ornamental, fruit and vegetable diseases, contact your local County Extension Service.
  • Handy conversions: ½ fl oz = 1 Tbsp and 1 fl oz = 2 Tbsp.
  • Food utensils such as measuring cups and spoons must not be used for food purposes after use in measuring pesticides.
  • Wash hands with soap and water promptly after use and after contact with treated plants on day of application.

 

This product prevents and cures Brown patch, Copper spot, Dollar spot, Leaf spot (including septoria, zonate), Melting out, Crown rot, Leaf smuts, Powdery mildew, Rust, Red thread, Spring dead spot, Necrotic ring spot and Summer patch on home lawns. For lawn application in Nassau and Suffolk counties in New York State, do not apply more than three times per given area per year.

HOW TO TREAT
Use 7 fl oz/gallon of water to treat 500 sq ft. Start treating when grass begins to turn green in the spring or when signs of diseases are first noticed. For best disease control, treat every two weeks. Do not apply more than 16 treatments per year.

USE TIP
For Crown rot, use 3½ fl oz/gallon of water to treat 250 sq ft.
Spectracide Immunox® Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens prevents and cures Black spot, Blight (blossom, cercospora leaf, ovulinia petal), Leaf spot (including cercospora), Powdery mildew, Rust (including needle, fusiform), Scab (including fusicladium) and other diseases on a wide variety of roses, flowers, trees and ornamental shrubs. See table for a complete list of plants.

HOW TO TREAT
Use 1 fl oz/gallon of water. Apply to the point when spray just begins to run off the leaves. Apply once every two weeks throughout the season or until conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) are no longer present. Allow spray to dry before watering.

USE TIPS

  1. Treat roses on a seven- to 10-day schedule. If Black spot is not a problem, a 10- to 14-day schedule is recommended.
  2. When treating azaleas, mountain laurel or rhododendrons, begin spraying when flowers start to show color. 
  3. When treating irises, increase use rate to 2 fl oz/gallon of water.
  4. For douglas fir, loblolly pine and slash pinte, use 3 fl oz/gallon of water. Begin treating in early spring and continue treating every two to three weeks until threat of infection has passed.

PLANT (Number following plant refers 
to the specific Use Tip above.)

DISEASES 
Rose (1) Black spot, Powdery mildew, Rust
Azalea (2), mountain laurel (2), rhododendron (2) Petal blight (Ovulinia spp.), Powdery mildew
Abelia, acalypha (copper-leaf), catalpa, flowering cherry, hackberry, honeysuckle, privet, trumpet creeper, zinnia Cercospora leaf spot, Powdery mildew
Ageratum, anemone, angelica, ash, aster, birch, China aster, chokeberry, chrysanthemum, columbine, cornflower, dianthus, flowering quince, flowering maple (abutilon), four o'clock, fuchsia, iris (3), marigold, moonflower, ninebark, Russian olive, smoke-tree (gothus) Rust
Achillea (yarrow), alder, amelanchier (juneberry, shadbush), barberry, carnation, delphinium, gaillardia, gardenia, geranium, hollyhock, mock orange, pansy, petunia, photinia, salvia, snapdragon, viburnum Powdery mildew, Rust
African violet, begonia, bittersweet, buckeye, California poppy, chestnut (horse), cosmos, crepe myrtle, dahlia, elm, euonymus, gourd (ornamental), grape leaf ivy, lilac, locust, maple, oak, poinsettia, spirea, sycamore, walnut, willow Powdery mildew
Flowering almond Blossom blight (Monilinia spp.)
Amorpha (false indigo), bellflower, 
buttonbush, fleabane, phlox, sunflower
Cercospora leaf spot, 
Powdery mildew, Rust
Calendula, hydrangea, leucothoe Cercospora leaf spot
Flowering crabapple, flowering pear, hawthorn Powdery mildew, Rust, Scab
Dogwood Anthracnose, Powdery mildew
Douglas fir (4) Needle rust
Loblolly pine (4), slash pine (4) Fusiform rust
Pyracantha Fusicladium scab
Almond (Blossom blight, Rust and Shothole control; Anthracnose suppression): Mix ½ fl oz of Spectracide Immunox® Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the tree to point of runoff. Do not apply within 90 days of harvest. Do not apply more than three times per season. For Anthracnose, Blossom blight and Shothole, apply at pink bud stage (when about 5 percent of the buds have bloomed). If conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) exist, reapply at full bloom and when the petals fall. For Rust, apply this product about eight weeks after flowering if conditions favoring disease development exist. Reapply every 21 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
Apple and mayhaw (Powdery mildew, Rusts and Scab control): Mix 2/3 fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the tree to point of runoff. Reapply every seven to 10 days so long as disease symptoms persist. Do not apply within 14 days of harvest. Do not apply more than 10 times per season. For Powdery mildew and Rusts, apply at pink bud stage when the buds are opening and the pink petals are visible. For Scab, apply this product when the first green leaf tips are visible.
Stone fruits: For all stone fruits, this product may be applied up to the day of harvest.
Apricot and nectarine (Brown rot blossom blight, Brown rot, Powdery mildew and Shothole control): Mix ½ fl oz of Spectracide Immunox Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the tree to point of runoff. Do not apply more than seven times per season. Apply at early red bud stage (the tips of the petals are visible and the flowers are still closed) before infection occurs. Reapply every seven to 14 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
Cherry (Brown rot blossom blight, Brown rot, Leaf spot and Powdery mildew control):
Mix ½ fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the tree to point of runoff. Do not apply more than seven times per season. Apply when single flower buds are visible (but still closed), on short stalks and before infection occurs. Reapply every seven to 14 days so long as disease symptoms persist. For Leaf spot, make an additional application of this product after harvest.
Peach (Brown rot blossom blight, Brown rot, Powdery mildew and Rust control): Mix ½ fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the tree to point of runoff. Do not apply more than seven times per season. For Brown rot blossom blight, Brown rot and Powdery mildew, apply at early pink bud stage (the tips of the petals are visible and the flowers are still closed) before infection occurs. Reapply every seven to 14 days so long as disease symptoms persist. For Rust, apply this product about eight weeks after flowering if conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) exist. Reapply every 21 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
Plum and Prune (Brown rot blossom blight, Brown rot and Rust control): Mix ½ fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the tree to point of runoff. Do not apply more than seven times per season. For Brown rot blossom blight and Brown rot, apply when the first green leaf tips are visible and before infection occurs. Reapply every seven to 14 days so long as disease symptoms persist. For Rust, apply this product about eight weeks after flowering if conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) exist. Reapply every 21 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
Strawberry (Leaf blight, Leaf spot and Powdery mildew control): Mix 1¼ fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. This product may be applied up to the day of harvest. Do not apply more than six times per season. Do not plant a new crop in the same place as the crop that was treated within 30 days of the last application. Apply when the disease first appears or when conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) exist. Reapply every 14 to 21 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
For all berries, this product may be applied up to the day of harvest.
Blackberry*, raspberry*, loganberry (Cane and Leaf rust, Leaf spot, Orange rust, Powdery mildew and Yellow rust control): Mix 2/3 fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. Do not apply more than four times per season. Apply at budbreak and reapply every 10 to 14 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
Currant (Powdery mildew control): Mix 1¼ fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. Do not apply more than eight times per season. Apply before bloom, through bloom and up to two weeks post-bloom.
Gooseberry (Anthracnose and Powdery mildew control):
Mix 1¼ fl oz of Spectracide Immunox® Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. Do not apply more than eight times per season. For Anthracnose, apply when the first leaf has completely unfolded. If conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) exist, reapply every 10-14 days. For Powdery mildew, apply this product before bloom, through bloom and up to two weeks post-bloom.

*Includes use on the following members of the caneberry group including varieties and/or hybrids:

  • bingleberry
  • corryberry
  • lavacaberry
  • Oregon evergreen berry
  • black satin berry
  • darrowberry
  • lowberry
  • phenomenalberry
  • boysenberry
  • dewberry
  • lucretiaberry
  • rangeberry
  • Cherokee blackberry
  • dirsksen thronless berry
  • mammoth berry
  • ravenberry
  • chesterberry
  • himalayaberry
  • marionberry
  • rossberry
  • Cheyenne blackberry
  • hullberry
  • nectarberry
  • shawnee blackberry
  • oallieberry
  • youngberry

Grapes (Anthracnose, Black rot and Powdery mildew control): Mix 1¼ fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. Do not apply within 14 days of harvest. Do not apply more than five times per season. For Anthracnose and Black rot, apply when new shoots are 1 to 3 inches in length. Reapply every 14 days so long as disease symptoms persist. For Powdery mildew, apply this product when shoots are 12 to 18 inches in length (before bloom). Reapply every 21 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
Peppermint and spearmint (Powdery mildew and Rust control): Mix 1¼ fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. Do not apply within 30 days of harvest. Do not apply more than three times per season. Apply in the early spring when the plants have broken dormancy. Reapply every 14 to 21 days so long as disease symptoms persist.

Asparagus (Rust control): Mix 1¼ fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. Do not apply to harvestable spears. In all states except California: This product may be applied within 180 days of harvest. Do not apply more than one time per growing season. In California only: Spectracide Immunox Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens may be applied within 30 days of harvest. Do not apply more than four times per year. In all locations, apply to the developing ferns after harvest. Reapply every 14 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
Cucurbits** (Powdery mildew control): Mix 1¼ fl oz of this product with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. Spectracide Immunox Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens may be applied up to and including the day of harvest. Do not apply more than five times per season. Do not plant a new crop in the same place as the crop that was treated within 30 days of the last application. Apply Spectracide Immunox Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens when the disease first appears. Reapply every seven to 10 days so long as disease symptoms persist.
Snap bean (Pod tip rot and Rust control): Mix 1¼ fl oz of Spectracide Immunox® Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. This product may be applied up to and including the day of harvest. Do not apply more than four times per season. Do not plant a new crop in the same place as the crop that was treated within 30 days of the last application. For Rust, apply when the disease first appears. For Pod tip rot, apply when pods begin to develop. For both diseases, if conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) exist, reapply every seven to 10 days.

Tomato (Powdery mildew control): Mix 1 fl oz of Spectracide Immunox Multi-Purpose Fungicide Spray Concentrate for Gardens with 1 gal of water and uniformly apply to all parts of the plant to point of runoff. This product may be applied up to and including the day of harvest. Do not apply more than four times per season. Do not plant a new crop in the same place as the crop that was treated within 30 days of the last application. Apply when the disease first appears or if conditions favoring disease development (hot, moist weather) exist. Reapply every 21 days so long as disease symptoms persist.

**Includes use on the following members of the cucurbits group:

  • acorn squash
  • balsam apple
  • balsam pear
  • bitter melon
  • butternut squash
  • calabaza
  • cantaloupe
  • casaba
  • Chinese cucumber
  • Chinese waxgourd
  • citron melon
  • crenshaw melon
  • crookneck squash
  • cucumber
  • edible gourd
  • gherkin
  • golden pershaw melon
  • honey balls
  • honeydew melon
  • hubbard squash
  • mango melon
  • muskmelon
  • ornamental gourd
  • Persian melon
  • pineapple melon
  • pumpkin
  • Santa Claus melon
  • scallop squash
  • snake melon
  • spaghetti squash
  • straightneck squash
  • summer squash
  • vegetable marrow
  • watermelon
  • winter squash
  • zucchini
Pesticide Storage: Store in cool, dry place away from heat or open flame.
Pesticide Disposal:
If empty: Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. Offer for recycling, if available.
If partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.
Hazards to Humans and Domestic Animals
CAUTION. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco, or using the toilet.

First Aid
If in Eyes: Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Call a Poison Control Center or doctor for treatment advice.
Have the product container or label with you when calling a Poison Control Center or doctor, or going for treatment.

Environmental Hazards

To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters or surface waters. Applying this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area. Rinsing application equipment over the treated area will help avoid runoff to water bodies or drainage systems.