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Water Dispersible Granular Biofungicide
Active Ingredient:
Net Weight: 5 Pounds
Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain D747* . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.0% EPA Reg. No. 70051-108 EPA Est. No. 70051-CA-001 *Contains a minimum of 5×1010 colony-forming units (cfu) per gram Certis USA, L.L.C.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
9145 Guilford Rd, Suite 175 Columbia, MD 21046 FIRST AID - Agricultural Use
USER SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS
If in eyes: Hold eyes open and rinse slowly and gently with water
for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the • Remove clothing/PPE immediately if pesticides get inside. first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Call a poison control Then wash thoroughly and put on clean clothing.
center or doctor for treatment advice.
• Remove PPE immediately after handling this product. Wash If on skin: Take off contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with plenty
the outside of gloves before removing. As soon as possible, of water for 15-20 minutes. Call a poison control center or doctor wash thoroughly and change into clean clothing.
for treatment advice.
If inhaled: Move person to fresh air. If person is not breathing, call
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS- Agricultural Use
911 or an ambulance, then give artificial respiration, preferably Do not apply directly to water or to areas where surface water is mouth-to-mouth if possible. Call a poison control center or doctor present, or to intertidal areas below the mean high water mark. Do for further treatment advice.
not contaminate water when disposing of equipment washwaters or rinsate. Do not apply when weather conditions favor drift or runoff Have the product label with you when calling a poison control from treated areas.
center or doctor. Hot Line No.:1-800-255-3924 for additional information GENERAL INFORMATION
Double Nickel 55 is a broad-spectrum preventative biofungicide for
PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS - Agricultural Use
control or suppression of fungal and bacterial plant diseases. The HAZARDS TO HUMANS & DOMESTIC ANIMALS
active ingredient of Double Nickel 55 is a naturally occurring strain CAUTION: Causes moderate eye irritation. Prolonged or frequently
(D747) of the beneficial rhizobacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens, repeated skin contact may cause al ergic reactions in some which colonizes roots, leaves, and other plant surfaces. D747 rapidly individuals. Avoid contact with eyes or clothing. Avoid breathing spray colonizes plant root hairs, leaves, and other surfaces, preventing mist. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before establishment of disease-causing fungi and bacteria.
eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco or using the toilet.
Double Nickel 55 can be applied alone or in combination and/or rotation with chemical fungicides as a tool for integrated disease PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
management in agricultural crops, ornamental and nursery plants, Applicators and other handlers must wear: and turfgrass, in accordance with the most restrictive of those label • Long-sleeved shirt and long pants limitations and precautions. Double Nickel 55 offers a valuable tool • Waterproof gloves for management of resistance to chemical fungicides through its • Shoes plus socks multiple and unique modes of action.
Mixer/loaders and applicators must wear a dust/mist filtering Double Nickel 55 can be applied up to and including the day of respirator meeting NIOSH standards of at least N-95, R-95, or P-95. Repeated exposure to high concentrations of microbial proteins can cause allergic sensitization. Follow manufacturer's instructions for DIRECTIONS FOR USE
cleaning and maintaining PPE. If no instructions are available, It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner use detergent and hot water for washables. Keep and wash PPE inconsistent with its labeling. For any requirements specific to your separately from other laundry.
State or Tribe, consult the State or Tribal Agency responsible for pesticide regulation. Do not apply this product in a way that will When handlers use closed systems, enclosed cabs, or aircraft in contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. a manner that meets requirements listed in the Worker Protection Only protected handlers may be in the area during application.
Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides, the handler PPE requirements may be reduced or modified as specified in the WPS.
AGRICULTURAL USE REQUIREMENTS
Use this product only in accordance with its labeling and with (See footnotes for additional information)
the Worker Protection Standard 40 CFR Part 170. This standard contains requirements for the protection of agricultural workers Vegetables and melons (continued)
on farms, forests, nurseries, and greenhouses and handlers Bulb vegetables
Botrytis spp. (neck rot, leaf blight) of agricultural pesticides. It contains requirements for training, Purple blotch (Alternaria spp.) decontamination, notification, and emergency assistance. It also garlic, shallots, and Downy mildew (Peronospora spp.) contains specific instructions and exceptions pertaining to the others (including Powdery mildew (Erisyphe spp.) statements on this label about personal protective equipment those grown for seed Rust (Puccinia pori)* (PPE), and restricted entry intervals. The requirements in this box White rot (Sclerotium cepivorum) only apply to uses of this product that are covered by the Worker Protection Standard.
"Damping off," seedling blights, and root or crown diseases caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Do not enter or allow worker entry into treated areas during the Fusarium, Phytophthora, or Verticillium* spp. (see restricted entry interval (REI) of 4 hours.
instructions below for "Soil application").
PPE required for early entry to treated areas that is permitted under the Worker Protection Standard and that involves contact Cucurbits
Powdery mildew (Erisyphe and Sphaerotheca spp.) with anything that has been treated, such as plants, soil or water Downy mildew (Pseudoperonospora spp.) is: cover-alls, waterproof gloves, shoes plus socks.
bers, squash (all Gummy stem blight (Didymella bryoniae and Phoma Exception: If the product is soil injected or soil incorporated, the types), cantaloupes, cucurbitacearum) Worker Protection Standard, under certain circumstances, allows muskmelons, water- See instructions below for "Soil application" against workers to enter the treated area if there will be no contact with melons. and other the following diseases: anything that has been treated.
melons (including Vine decline (Monosporascus cannonballus)** those grown for seed Charcoal rot (Macrophomina phaseoli)** NON-AGRICULTURAL USE REQUIREMENTS
"Damping off," seedling blights, and root or crown The requirements in this box apply to uses of this product that diseases caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, are NOT within the scope of the Worker Protection Standard Fusarium, Phytophthora, or Verticil ium* spp.
for agricultural pesticides (40 CFR Part 170). The WPS applies Bacterial spot (Xanthomonas spp.)*1 when this product is used to produce agricultural plants on farms, such as tomatoes, Bacterial speck (Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato)*1 forests, nurseries, or greenhouses. Keep unprotected persons peppers, eggplant, Gray mold (Botrytis cinerea) out of treated areas until sprays have dried.
tomatillo, okra, and Powdery mildew* (Leveillula, Oidiopsis, Erisyphe, others (including and Sphaerotheca spp.) MIXING AND HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS
Mix the required amount of Double Nickel 55 in cool water with
those grown for seed Early blight (Alternaria solani)* sufficient agitation to maintain a uniform suspension in the spray Late blight (Phytophthora infestans)* or mixing tank. Tank should be cleaned prior to use. Do not use See instructions below for "Soil application" against highly alkaline or highly acidic water to mix sprays. Use a buffering the following diseases: agent if necessary to maintain neutrality (pH 6 to 8) of water in the "Damping off," seedling blights, and root or tank. Maintain agitation during application. Apply immediately after crown diseases caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, mixing; do not allow spray mix to stand overnight.
Fusarium, Phytophthora, or Verticillium* spp. Southern blight (Sclerotium rolfsii)* and** APPLICATION METHODS
Ground:
Double Nickel 55 can be applied in most commonly-used
Leafy vegetables
Downy mildew (Bremia lactucae, Peronospora spp.)* ground application equipment, such as tractor-mounted boom, such as head and Powdery mildew (Golovinomyces (Erysiphe) airblast, high clearance, hose-end, backpack, and other pressurized leaf lettuce, celery, cichoracearum)* sprayers; hose-end or hand-held sprayers; foggers or mist blowers; spinach, radicchio, Bacterial blights water wheel and other drench applicators; and shank or other soil arugula, watercress, Head and leaf drop (Sclerotinia spp.)2 injection method. and others (includ- Pink rot (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum)2 Aerial: Double Nickel 55 can be applied by fixed or rotary winged
ing leafy Brassica Leaf spots (Cercospora spp.) aircraft in a minimum of 3 gallons of water per acre. Standard vegetables such as See instructions below for "Soil application" against precautions should be taken to minimize spray drift.
mustard and collard the following diseases: Chemigation: Double Nickel 55 can be applied through drip (trickle)
greens, kale, bok "Damping off," seedling blights, and root or crown and sprinkler type irrigation equipment. Refer to the section entitled choi, and related diseases caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, "Chemigation Instructions" for detailed instructions.
crops), including Fusarium, Phytophthora, or Verticil ium* spp. those grown for seed Bottom rot (Rhizoctonia solani) Legume vegetables White mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum)2
(See footnotes for additional information)
succulent and dried Gray mold (Botrytis cinerea) Vegetables and melons
Powdery mildew (Microsphaera diffusa) such as green, snap, Rusts*, including Uromyces appendiculatus, Brassica vegetables Pin rot complex (Alternaria/Xanthomonas)*
Puccinia spp., and Asian soybean rust such as broccoli, Leaf spots (Alternaria spp., Xanthomonas spp.) cabbage, cauliflower, Downy mildew (Peronospora spp.) beans, chickpeas, "Damping off," seedling blights, and root or Brussels sprouts, Powdery mildew (Erisyphe polygoni) crown diseases caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, kohlrabi, and other "Damping off," seedling blights, and root or beans, peas, split Fusarium, Phytophthora, or Verticil ium* spp. (see cole crops (including crown diseases caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, peas, lentils, and instructions below for "Soil application").
those grown for seed Fusarium, Phytophthora, or Verticillium* spp. (see other legumes, in- instructions below for "Soil application").
cluding those grown for seed production.
(See footnotes for additional information)
(See footnotes for additional information)
Vegetables and melons (continued)
Other fruits
Root, tuber, and
Black root/crown rot (Alternaria spp.) Powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca macularis, corm vegetables
Bacterial leaf blight (Xanthomonas campestris) Erisyphe spp.)*12 Downy mildew (Peronospora spp.) Gray mold (Botrytis cinerea)*11 sweet potato, carrot, Powdery mildew (Erisyphe spp.) Anthracnose (Colletotrichum acutatum) Gray mold (Botrytis spp.) Angular leaf spot (Xanthomonas fragariae)1 ginger, radish, horse- White mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum)2 For the following diseases, see instructions radish22, ginseng, Black leg /bacterial soft rot (Erwinia carotovora)** below for "Soil application" (and also root dip turnip, and other Early blight (Alternaria solani)* root, tuber and corm Late blight (Phytophthora infestans)* "Damping off" and root or crown diseases caused crops (including See instructions below for "Soil application" against by Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, Pythium, Phytophthora, those grown for seed the following diseases: and/or Verticillium* spp.
Black scurf (Rhizoctonia solani) Charcoal rot (Macrophomina phaseolina)** Cavity spot (Pythium spp.) Berries, including
Mummy berry (Monilinia vaccinii-corymbosi)* "Damping off," seedling blights, and root or crown blueberry, blackber- Botrytis blight (Botrytis cinerea) diseases caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, ry, raspberry, logan- Bacterial canker (Pseudomonas spp.)13 Fusarium, Phytophthora, or Verticillium* spp.
berry, huckleberry, Anthracnose fruit rot (Colletotrichum acutatum)10 kiwifruit, gooseberry, Sclerotinia (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) such as sweet corn, Rusts (Puccinia spp.) elderberry, cranberry White mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum)2 (non-flooded fields), gus, peanut, and Leaf spots (Cercospora and Cercosporidium spp.)* currant, and other "Damping off," seedling blights, and root or crown diseases caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Powdery mildew (Erisyphe (formerly Uncinula) Fusarium, Phytophthora, or Verticillium* spp. (see instructions below for "Soil application").
grapes, table grapes, Gray mold (Botrytis cinerea)15 Tree fruits and nuts
Sour rot complex15 Alternaria leaf spot (Alternaria alternata) Downy mildew (Plasmopara viticola)* such as orange, lem- Postbloom fruit drop (Colletotrichum acutatum)* Phomopsis (Phomopsis viticola)16 on, lime, grapefruit, Greasy spot (Mycosphaerella citri)* Eutypa (Eutypa lata)17 tangerine (mandarin), Citrus canker (Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri)1 Anthracnose (Colletotrichum spp.) tangelo, pummelo, Scab (Elsinoe fawcetti)*4 such as avocado18, Scab (Sphaceloma perseae) Melanose (Diaporthe citri)* mango18, papaya19, Bacterial canker (Xanthomonas campestris) Pome fruits
Powdery mildew (Podosphaera leucotricha) pineapple19, banana, Sigatoka (Mycosphaerella fijiensis)20 such as apple, pear, Scab (Venturia spp.)* plantain, and others.
crabapple, quince, Flyspeck (Zygophiala jamaicensis)6** Other Crops
Sooty blotch disease complex6** Herbs and spices
Powdery mildews (Oidium spp. and others) Brooks spot (Mycosphaerella pomi)6** such as basil, thyme, Downy mildews (Peronospora spp. and others)* Bot rot/white rot (Botryosphaeria dothidea)6** coriander, dill, cilan- Damping off diseases (Rhizoctonia, Pythium, Bitter rot (Colletotrichum spp.)6 tro, parsley, mint, Alternaria, and Fusarium spp.) Cedar apple rust (Gymnosporangium and others (including Leaf spots (Alternaria, Septoria, Colletotrichum, and those grown for seed Cercospora spp.)* Fire blight (Erwinia amylovora)*7 Bacterial diseases (Erwinia, Xanthomonas, and Stone fruits
Powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca and Pseudomonas spp.) such as apricot, Podosphaera spp.)*8 Rusts (Puccinia spp. and others) cherry, nectarine, Bacterial canker (Pseudomonas spp.) "Damping off" and root or crown diseases caused by peach, plum, prune, Brown rot blossom blight (Monilinia laxa)9 Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, Pythium, Phytophthora, pluot, and others Brown rot (Monilinia fructicola)*10 and/or Verticillium* spp. (see instructions below Gray mold (Botrytis cinerea)10 for "Soil application").
Peach leaf curl (Taphrina deformans) Coffee berry disease (Colletotrichum coffeanum)1 Bacterial leaf spot (Xanthomonas arbicola pv. pruni)1 Coffee rust** (Hemileia vastatrix)1 Rusty spot (Podosphaera leucotricha)1 Anthracnose (Colletotrichum spp.) Tree nuts
Walnut blight (Xanthomonas campestris)11 Botrytis flower blight Anthracnose (Colletotrichum acutatum)* Cercospora leaf spot** and berry blotch** pistachio, pecan, Bacterial canker (Pseudomonas syringae) "Damping off" and root or crown diseases caused by walnut, filbert, Shot hole (Wilsonomyces carpophilus)* Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, Pythium, Phytophthora, hazelnut, chestnut, Brown rot (Monilinia spp.)* and/or Verticillium* spp. (see instructions below Pecan scab (Cladosprium caryigenum)*1 and** for "Soil application").
other tree nuts.
Leaf and fruit spots (Cercospora, Gloeosporium and Pestalotia spp.)1Fruit rots (Alternaria, Botrytis, and other spp.)10Powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca pannosa) (See footnotes for additional information)
* Suppression only; for improved control mix or rotate with chemical fungicide Other Crops (continued)
approved for such use. **NOT FOR USE IN CALIFORNIA
1 Tank mix or rotate with copper-based fungicides at label rates for improved Angular leaf spot (Pseudomonas spp.) Anthracnose (Colletotrichum and Glomerella spp.) 2 Apply at or immediately following planting (but before plant emergence) as Blue mold or downy mildew (Peronospora spp.)* a banded seedline treatment 4 to 6 inches wide. Make second application Brown spot (Alternaria) at thinning or cultivation in sufficient water and multiple nozzles to ensure Barn spot/ frogeye leaf spot (Cerrcospora nicotianae)10 thorough coverage of lower leaves and surrounding soil surface. Incorpo- Collar rot (Sclerotinia slcerotiorum)2 ration with light irrigation after application may improve disease control. Gray mold (Botrytis cinerea) Repeat at 10-14 day intervals if conditions promoting disease persist.
Powdery mildew (Erysiphe cichoracearum) 3 For greasy spot suppression, apply at first new foliar flush and repeat with Target spot (Rhizoctonia solani) each new flush. Tank mix with spray oil or copper based fungicide at la- See instructions below for "Soil application" against beled rates.
the following diseases: 4 For suppression of citrus scab, start applications at first new foliage flush "Damping off," seedling blights, and root or and repeat at petal fall and when fruit are ½ inch in diameter.
crown diseases caused by Pythium, Rhizoctonia, 5 Make first application at or before tight cluster if conditions favor disease Fusarium, Olpidium, Phytophthora, or development. Repeat at 7-10 day intervals through the second cover spray Verticil ium* spp.
or longer on susceptible varieties or if environmental conditions favor rapid Charcoal rot (Macrophomina phaseolina) Black root rot (Thielaviopsis basicola) 6 Begin applications before bloom when environmental conditions favor dis- Black shank (Phytophthora spp.)* ease development, repeating at 7 to 14 day intervals or as needed. Control Southern blight/southern stem rot (Sclerotium rolfsii)* may be enhanced by addition of a surfactant to improve spray coverage. Use only surfactants known to be safe for use on the crop and for which Corn, including field
Commmon rust (Puccinia sorghi)* such use is allowed.
corn, sweet corn, Southern leaf blight 7 Rotate with antibiotics registered for fire blight control for improved perfor- popcorn, sileage (Bipolaris maydis/Cochliobolus heterostrophus/ mance. Begin applications at 1-5% open blossoms and repeat every 3-7 corn, seed corn, and days as necessary until petal fall, when intervals can be increased to 7 other corn crops.
days. Double Nickel 55 can also be used in summer "cover spray" applica- ** Cereal grains,
Powdery mildew (Erysiphe graminis) tions to control the shoot blight phase of fire blight and summer diseases. Rust (Puccinia spp.)* Can be mixed with copper fungicides to improve control.
millet, oats, rice, rye, Rice blast (Pyricularia oryzae) 8 Make first application at popcorn stage and repeat every 7 days.
sorghum, triticale, Sheath spot/blight (Rhizoctonia and 9 Start applying at early bloom stage and repeat every 7 days through petal wheat, and other Thanatephorus spp.) cereal grain crops Smut (Tilletia barclayana) 10 Pre-harvest applications in sufficient water to cover fruit or other harvested (including those Bacterial blight/streak (Xanthomonas spp.) plant parts may improve control of postharvest infections.
grown for seed).
Stem rots (Magnaporthe and Sclerotium spp.) 11 Begin applications at or before pistillate bloom, repeating every 7-10 days. Cercospora leaf spot Apply before rainfall if possible, and tank mix or rotate with a copper-based Brown rot/leaf spots/smuts (Ceratobasidium, bactericide registered for such use for improved control.
Cochliobolus, Dreschlera, and Entyloma spp.) 12 Start applications at or just before flowering and repeat every 7-10 days as needed through harvest.
** Oilseed crops,
White mold/Stem rot (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) 13 Apply before fall rains and again during dormancy before spring growth.
including canola, Rusts*, including Uromyces appendiculatus, 14 Start applications when new shoots are ½ to 1½ inches long. Repeat at 3-5 castor, coconut, Puccinia spp., and Asian soybean rust inches, 8-10 inches, and then at 7-10 day intervals until disease conditions cotton, flax, oil no longer exist. palm, olive, peanut, Bacterial Speck (Pseudomonas syringae pv.glycinea) 15 Apply at bloom, before bunch closure, at veraison, and before harvest.
rapeseed, safflower, Bacterial Pustule (Xanthamonas spp.) 16 Apply when shoots are ½ to 1 inch long and again when 6-8 inches long.
sesame, sunflower, Brown Spot (Septoria glycines) soybeans, and other Cercospora Leaf Spot Mix 1 ounce Double Nickel 55 per gallon of water and apply to pruning oilseed crops, includ- Pod and Stem Blights (Diaporthe and Phomopsis spp.) ing those grown for Downy Mildew (Peronospora mansherica) Apply at budbreak and repeat on 14-21 day interval as needed through seed production.
19 Apply at flowering and repeat on 14-21 day interval as needed through Rust (Puccinia spp.) Powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca macularis)21 20 Apply at first appearance of leaves and repeat at 7-21 day intervals as needed, in sufficient water to obtain thorough coverage of foliage. Tank mix ** Sugar beets
Leaf spots (Cercospora and Ramularia spp.) with spray oil or other registered fungicides for improved control.
(including crops Powdery mildew (Erysiphe spp.) 21 Mix 0.5-1 lb Double Nickel 55 per 100 gallons of water and apply in mini- Rust (Uromyces betae) mum of 20 gallons per acre from emergence to training, 50 gallons per acre from training to wire, and 100 gallons per acre from wire touch through harvest.
22 For treatment of horseradish or strawberry roots immediately before trans- planting: immerse bare roots (individually or in bunches) for 10 seconds in a suspension of 2-4 ounces Double Nickel 55 per gallon of water.
Foliar application: For control of diseases on foliage, flowers,
Follow-up (post-planting) preventative applications can be made fruit, or other above-ground parts of plants: Mix Double Nickel 55
every 2-4 weeks by one or more of the following methods, if needed: in water and apply as a spray at a rate of 0.25 to 3 pounds per
• Drip (trickle) or any type of sprinkler irrigation, any time after acre in sufficient water to achieve thorough coverage of the crop
planting or transplanting. See Chemigation Instructions for canopy with minimal runoff. Begin applications at crop emergence, transplanting, or when conditions are conducive to development of • Spray directly onto the soil surface and/or lower plant parts. If disease. Repeat application every 7 to 10 days, or as needed, for targeting root disease, follow immediately with sufficient overhead as long as conditions favor disease development. Lower rates (0.25 sprinkler irrigation to move Double Nickel 55 to the root zone. to 1 pound per acre) may be applied under light disease pressure, to smaller (e.g. newly-emerged) plants, or when Double Nickel 55 • Injection directly into the rooting zone using shanks or similar is used in a tank mix with other fungicides whose labels allow such use. Under moderate to severe disease pressure, or when Lower rates (0.125 to 0.5 pounds per acre) may be applied under environmental conditions and plant stage are conducive to rapid light disease pressure, to smaller plants, or when Double Nickel 55 disease development, use higher label rates (1 to 3 pounds per is used in a tank mix with other fungicides whose labels allow acre), apply more frequently (every 3 to 7 days), and mix or rotate such use. Under moderate to severe disease pressure, or when Double Nickel 55 with other fungicides for improved performance. environmental conditions and plant stage are conducive to rapid Soil application: For control of soilborne diseases infecting
disease development, use higher label rates (0.5 to 1 pound per seeds, seedlings, roots, crown, stems, or other plant parts
acre), apply more frequently (every 2 weeks), and mix or rotate below ground or in contact with soil: Apply Double Nickel 55 at
Double Nickel 55 with other fungicides for improved performance.
0.125 to 1 pound per acre. Mix the required amount in sufficient
Banded (in-furrow) application: Use the table below to determine
water to apply by one of the following methods: the correct application rate of Double Nickel 55 per 1,000 row feet, • Soil drench applied to transplants in flats or pots in the greenhouse based on row spacing and desired rate per acre. Mix the required or nursery any time prior to transplanting (see additional drench amount of Double Nickel 55 in water and apply as banded spray (4" instructions under "Nurseries, greenhouses, shade houses, and to 6" wide) or seedline drench centered over the planting furrow. ornamental plants" below).
Apply directly over seeds in the furrow just before they are covered • Soil drench at transplanting, using a "water wheel" injector, spray with soil. The volume of water required per acre or per 1,000 row feet nozzles/hoses, or other method to drench each root ball and/or will depend on the application equipment used. Consult your local cooperative extension service if you need assistance calibrating band spraying equipment. • Soil or seedline drench, or banded spray (in-furrow) at planting. See the section on "Banded (in-furrow) application" below for additional instructions.
Rates for banded (in-furrow) application: Find desired application rate in the left column. Read across that line to the correct row spacing
indicated at the top to find the number of ounces (dry) per 1,000 row feet that will provide the desired application rate per acre. To convert to level
teaspoons,
multiply the number of ounces by 8.2. For level tablespoons, multiply the number of ounces by 2.75.
Space between rows (inches)
Nurseries, greenhouses, shadehouses, and ornamental plants
Repeat applications every 14-28 days as needed. Transplants Spray application: Mix 0.25 to 3 pounds of Double Nickel 55 per
can be treated immediately before transplanting into field soils to 100 gallons of water and apply as a foliar spray of sufficient volume
protect against damping-off and other diseases that reduce plant to wet the entire plant with minimal runoff. Begin preventative applications at plant emergence and repeat every 3-28 days as Cutting or root dip: Dip basal end of cuttings or bare roots
needed (every 3-7 days if disease pressure is high or environmental (individually or in bunches) in a suspension of 1 to 2 pounds of
conditions are highly favorable to disease outbreak, 10-28 days Double Nickel 55 per gallon of water. Immerse for 5-10 seconds
under low pressure or less conducive conditions).
immediately before planting.
Drench application: Mix 0.125 to 2 pounds of Double Nickel 55
Chemigation: Mix 0.125 to 2 pounds of Double Nickel 55 per 100
per 100 gallons of water and apply as a drench or coarse spray
gallons of water and apply via drip, handheld, or sprinkler irrigation
to soil or other growing media in pots, flats, plugs, trays, or planting systems. Refer to "Chemigation Instructions" for more details.
beds, for control or suppression of soilborne diseases of seedlings, cuttings, bedding plants, and transplants (including vegetables and other transplanted food crops). Make first application at or immediately before seeding, sticking, germination, or transplanting. irrigation equipment (such as a hand-held wand with injector). Do not apply this product through any other type of irrigation system.
Indoor, outdoor, and Powdery mildews caused by Erisyphe, Crop injury or lack of effectiveness can result from non-uniform shade- or other cov- Podosphaera, Sphaerotheca, Oidium, and distribution of treated water.
er-grown ornamental If you have questions about calibration, contact State Extension trees and shrubs, Anthracnose (Colletotrichum spp.) Service specialists, equipment manufacturers or other experts.
flowering plants, foli- Bacterial leaf spots caused by Erwinia, Do not connect an irrigation system (including greenhouse systems) age plants, tropical Pseudomonas, and Xanthomonas spp.
used for pesticide application to a public water system unless the plants, potted plants, Damping-off disease (Rhizoctonia, Pythium, pesticide label-prescribed safety devices for public water systems potted or cut flowers, Fusarium spp.) are in place.
Late blight, blackeye, and root rots caused by A person knowledgeable of the chemigation system and responsible forestry seedlings, Phytophthora spp.
for its operation, or under the supervision of the responsible person, conifer production Gray mold and blight caused by Botrytis cinerea shall shut the system down and make necessary adjustments for reforestation, fruit Black root rot (Aspergillus spp.) should the need arise.
trees, vegetables Black spot of roses (Diplocarpon rosae) Public water system means a system for the provision to the public Downy mildew (Peronospora spp.) of piped water for human consumption if such system has at least grown in greenhous- Leaf spots caused by Alternaria, Septoria, 15 service connections or regularly serves an average of at least 25 es or nurseries.
Cercospora, Entomosporium, Helminthosporium, individuals daily at least 60 days out of the year.
and Myrothecium spp.) Chemigation systems connected to public water systems must Rust (Puccinia spp.) contain a functional, reduced-pressure zone, backflow preventer Scab (Venturia spp.) (RPZ) or the functional equivalent in the water supply line upstream Root rot, bottom rot, or stem rot caused by from the point of pesticide introduction. As an option to the RPZ, Rhizoctonia solani the water from the public water system should be discharged into a reservoir tank prior to pesticide introduction. There shall be a Fusarium wilts complete physical break (air gap) between the outlet end of the fill pipe and the top or overflow rim of the reservoir tank of at least twice Turfgrass application: For control of foliar diseases, apply Double
the inside diameter of the fill pipe.
Nickel 55 at 0.5 to 1 ounce per 1,000 square feet as a ground-
directed spray in sufficient water to provide thorough coverage. To
The pesticide injection pipeline must contain a functional, automatic, control root and crown diseases in or on the soil, immediately follow quick-closing check valve to prevent the flow of fluid back toward the spray with sufficient overhead sprinkler irrigation to move the the injection.
product into the root zone.
The pesticide injection pipeline must contain a functional, normally closed, solenoid-operated valve located on the intake side of the injection pump and connected to the system interlock to prevent fluid from being withdrawn from the supply tank when the irrigation Turf, sod, lawns, golf course Anthracnose (Colletotrichum graminicola) system is either automatically or manually shut down.
(fairways, roughs, greens, Brown patch (Rhizoctonia solani) The system must contain functional interlocking controls to tees), grass seed production Dollar spot (Lanzia and Moellerodiscus spp., automatically shut off the pesticide injection pump when the water Including but not limited formerly Sclerotinia homeocarpa) pump motor stops, or in cases where there is no water pump, to: Bluegrass, Bentgrass, Powdery mildew (Erisyphe graminis) when the water pressure decreases to the point where pesticide Bermudagrass (common & Rust (Puccinia spp.) distribution is adversely affected.
hybrid), Dichondra, Fescue, Gray leaf spot (Pyricularia grisea) Systems must use a metering pump, such as a positive displacement Orchardgrass, Poa annua, St. "Damping off" or seedling blights caused injection pump (e.g., diaphragm pump) effectively designed and Augustine grass, Ryegrass, by Pythium constructed of materials that are compatible with pesticides and Zoysia, mixtures, and other capable of being fitted with a system interlock.
grasses or ornamental turf Do not apply when wind speed favors drift beyond the area intended for treatment. Remove scale, pesticide residues, and other foreign matter from the STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
chemical supply tank and injector system and flush with clean water Do not contaminate water, food, or feed by storage and disposal.
before use. Failure to provide a clean tank, free of scale or residues Pesticide Storage: Store in a dry area inaccessible to children.
may reduce effectiveness of this product.
Store in original containers only. Keep container closed when not Drip (trickle) and micro-irrigation chemigation
1. The system must contain a functional check valve, vacuum relief Pesticide Disposal: Wastes resulting from the use of this prod-
valve and low pressure drain appropriately located on the irrigation uct may be disposed of onsite or at an approved waste disposal pipeline to prevent water source contamination from backflow.
2. The pesticide injection pipeline must contain a functional, automatic, quick-closing check valve to prevent the flow of fluid Container Handling: Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or
back toward the injection pump.
refill this container. Completely empty bag into application equip-ment. Then offer for recycling if available or dispose of empty 3. The pesticide injection pipeline must also contain a functional, bag in a sanitary landfill, or by incineration, or if allowed by state normally closed, solenoid-operated valve located on the intake side of the injection pump and connected to the system interlock and local authorities, by burning. If burned, stay out of smoke.
to prevent fluid from being withdrawn from the supply tank when the irrigation system is either automatically or manually shut down.
4. The system must contain functional interlocking controls to automatically shut off the pesticide injection pump when the water Apply this product only through drip (trickle) irrigation (including pump motor stops.
micro-irrigation through spaghetti tubes or individual tubes) or sprinkler irrigation (including impact or microsprinklers, overhead 5. The irrigation line or water pump must include a functional boom, solid set, lateral move, end tow, side-roll, center pivot, or hand pressure switch which will stop the water pump motor when the move, including mist-type systems); or with hand-held calibrated water pressure decreases to the point where pesticide distribution is adversely affected.
6. Systems must use a metering pump such as a positive displacement injection pump (i.e., diaphragm pump) effectively Certis USA, L.L.C. warrants that the material contained herein designed and constructed of materials that are compatible with conforms to the description on the label and is reasonably fit for the pesticides and capable of being fitted with a system interlock.
purpose referred to in the directions for use. Timing and method of 7. Dilute the product in water following the label mixing directions. application, weather, watering practices, nature of soil, the disease It may be premixed in a supply tank with water, fertilizer, or problem, condition of the crop, incompatibility with other influencing other appropriate tank-mixed agricultural chemicals. Agitation is factors in the use of this product are beyond the control of the seller. necessary. Apply to moderately moist soils. Use volumes that To the extent consistent with applicable law, buyer assumes all risks thoroughly wet the soil but that do not cause significant runoff of use, storage, or handling of this material not in strict accordance or excessive drip from pots. Application should be continuous with directions given herein. NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED in sufficient water to apply the recommended rate evenly to the WARRANTY OF THE FITNESS OR MERCHANTABILITY IS MADE.
entire treated area.
Sprinkler chemigation:
1. The system must contain a functional check valve, vacuum
relief valve, and low pressure drain appropriately located on the irrigation pipeline to prevent water source contamination from backflow.
2. The pesticide injection pipeline must contain a functional, automatic, quick-closing check valve to prevent the flow of fluid back toward the injection pump.
3. The pesticide injection pipeline must also contain a functional, normally closed, solenoid-operated valve located on the intake side of the injection pump and connected to the system interlock to prevent fluid from being withdrawn from the supply tank when the irrigation system is either automatically or manually shut down.
4. The system must contain functional interlocking controls to automatically shut off the pesticide injection pump when the water pump motor stops.
5. The irrigation line or water pump must include a functional pressure switch which will stop the water pump motor when the water pressure decreases to the point where pesticide distribution is adversely affected.
6. Systems must use a metering pump, such as a positive displacement injection pump (i.e., diaphragm pump) effectively designed and constructed of materials that are compatible with pesticides and capable of being fitted with a system interlock.
7. Dilute the product in water following the label mixing directions. It may be premixed in a supply tank with water, fertilizer or other appropriate tank-mixed agricultural chemicals. Agitation is necessary. Apply to moderately moist soils. Use volumes that thoroughly wet the soil but that do not cause significant runoff or excessive drip from pots. Application should be continuous in sufficient water to apply the recommended rate evenly to the entire treated area.
8. Do not apply when wind speed favors drift beyond the area intended for treatment.

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