Field Crops

Alfalfa
Alfalfa
Cereal Grains
Corn
Corn
Peanut
Peanut
Potato
Potato
Sugar Beet
Sugar Beet
PeanutsPotatoCereal GrainsCorn
Crop and Maximum Annual Rate of Product in Gallons per Acre (lbs. Metallic Copper)DiseaseRate/A fl. oz. (lbs. Cu2+/A)Minimum Treatment Interval (Days)Directions
Alfalfa

2.26 gals.
(1.12 lbs.)
Cercospora leaf spot,
Leptosphaerulina leaf spot
19.2 to 32
(.074 to .124)
30Apply 30 days before each harvest or earlier if disease threatens. Note: Spray injury may occur with sensitive varieties such as Lahontan.
Cereal Grains (Barley, Wheat, Oats)

2.14 gals.
(1.06 lbs.)
Blotch, Helminthosporium spot, Septoria leaf blotch19.2 to 25.6
(.074 to .10)
10Make first application at early heading and follow with a second spray 10 days later. Use the higher rates when conditions favor disease.
Corn (Field Corn, Popcorn, Sweet Corn)

8.48 gals.
(4.2 lbs.)
Bacterial stalk rot19.2 to 25.6
(.074 to .10)
7Begin treatment when disease first appears and repeat every 7 to 10 days. Use the higher rates and shorter spray intervals when conditions favor disease.
Peanut

9.57 gals.
(4.74 lbs.)
Cercospora leaf spot, Foliar diseases of peanut19.2 to 25.6
(.074 to .10)
7Begin spraying at 35 to 40 days after planting or when disease symptoms first appear and repeat at 7 to 14 day intervals during humid weather. Use the higher rates when conditions favor disease.
Potato

50.50 gals.
(25.0 lbs.)
Early blight (Alternaria solani), Late blight Phytophthora infestans), Grey mold (Botrytis cinerea), Dry rot (Sclerotium rolfsii)19.2 to 32
(.074 to .124)
5Apply at 5 to 10 day intervals starting when plants are 2 to 6 inches high in locations where disease is light. Apply up to 32 fl. oz. per acre when disease is more severe.
Sugar Beet

15.87 gals.
(7.86 lbs.)
Alternaria leaf spot, Bacterial leaf spot, Cercospora leaf spot, Fusarium, Powdery Mildew, Rhizoctonia, Rhizomania, Crown and Root rot19.2 to 57
(.074 to .221)
10Begin applications when conditions first favor disease development and repeat at 10 to 14-day intervals. Use higher rates when conditions favor disease. (Addition of a sticker/spreader is recommended.)