Ornamentals

Spray foliage thoroughly for good coverage. Re-application rates and intervals can vary according to disease severity and environmental condition adversity. Lower rates may be as effective as higher rates and should be tried first. Routine preventive programs may be maintained using lower rates. Use of low volume equipment is effective against Botrytis but may not be effective against established Powdery mildew and/or Xanthomonas infections. Applications on actively growing tissues may be more effective than on dormant tissues.

Use Precaution

  • Rates above 15 fluid ounces (.058 lbs. metallic copper) of this product per 100 gallons of water may damage some tender, open blooms.

Use Restrictions

  • On Easter Lilies, do not apply more than 2.5 pounds of copper [646.4 fl. ozs. (5.05 gals.) of this product] per acre per application. Do not apply more than 75 pounds of copper (151.51 gals. of this product) per acre per year. Minimum retreatment interval is 7 days. Do not apply any additional pesticide containing copper to this land for 36 months.
  • On All Other Ornamentals, do not apply more than 2 pounds of copper [512 fl. ozs. (4.00 gals.) of this product] per acre per application. Do not apply more than 20 pounds of copper (40.4 gal. of this product) per acre per year. Minimum retreatment interval is 7 days.

Annual and Perennial Bedding Plants

Alyssum
Alyssum
Agryanthemum
Agryanthemum
Begonia
Begonia
Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum
Daylily
Daylily
Dusty Miller
Dusty Miller
Fuchsia
Fuchsia
Geranium
Geranium
Hollyhock
Hollyhock
Hosta
Hosta
Impatiens
Impatiens
Lisianthus
Lisianthus
New Guinea Impatiens
New Guinea Impatiens
Pachysandra
Pachysandra
Pansy
Pansy
Periwinkle
Periwinkle
Ranunculus
Ranunculus
Snapdragon
Snapdragon
Zinnia
Zinnia
Chrysanthemum FlowerDusty MillerDaylily

Annual and Perennial Bedding Plants

PlantDisease(s)/PathogensAgri-Life® fl. oz./100 gals. (lbs. Cu2+/100 gals.)
AlyssumBotrytis, Downy Mildew13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
AgryanthemumBotrytis, Erwina13 to 20 (.050 to .078)

Begonia
Botrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Powdery Mildew, Xanthomonas15 to 30 (.058 to 0.116)
ChrysanthemumBotrytis, Pseudomonas15 to 25 (0.058 to 0.097)
DaylilyBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Erwina, Powdery Mildew15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Dusty MillerAlternaria15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Botrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
FuchsiaBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Powdery Mildew13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
GeraniumBotrytis, Rust (Preventative)15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Preventative: Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas15 to 45 (.058 to .174)
Therapeutic: Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas50 (.194)
Therapeutic: Rust25 to 40 (.097 to .155)
HollyhockBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
HostaPowdery Mildew, Rust15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Botrytis15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Erwina15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
ImpatiensAlternaria15 to 35 (.058 to .136)
Botrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
Phytophthora15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Powdery Mildew13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Pseudomonas15 to 35 (.058 to .136)
LisianthusBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Erwina, Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
New Guinea ImpatiensBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
Powdery Mildew13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
PachysandraBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
Volutella13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
PansyBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Cercospora, Phytophthora15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
PeriwinkleBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Phytophthora15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
RanunculusBacterial Blight, Botrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Powdery Mildew15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
SnapdragonBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Downy Mildew, Rust13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
ZinniaBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Powdery Mildew15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Additional annuals and perennials¹Botrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Downy Mildew15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
Powdery Mildew, Pseudomonas15 to 25 (.058 to .097)

¹Additional annuals and perennials include Anenome, Aster, Bacopa, Baptista, Carnation, Coleus, Columbine, Coneflower, Coreopsis, Cuphea, Dahlia, Daisy, Dianthus, Delphinium, Echinacea, Ipomoea, Lantana, Lead Plant, Liatris, Lobelia, Lupine, Marigold, Monarda, Ornamental Grasses, Pentas, Petunia, Phlox, Poppy, Prairie Smoke, Primrose, Pulmonaria, Rudbeckia, Salvia, Scabiosa, Sedum, Silphium, Verbena, Veronica, Vinca, Viola.

Cut Flowers

Alstromeria
Alstromeria
Carnation
Carnation
Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum
Delphinium
Delphinium
Freesia
Freesia
Gerbera
Gerbera
Gladiola
Gladiola
Lisianthus
Lisianthus
Orchid
Orchid
Rose
Rose
Snapdragon
Snapdragon
Sweetpea
Sweetpea

Cut Flowers

PlantDiseaseAgri-Life® fl. oz./100 gals. (lbs. Cu2+/100 gals.)
AlstromeriaBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
CarnationBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
ChrysanthemumBotrytis15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
DelphiniumBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
FreesiaBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
GerberaBotrytis15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
GladiolaBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
LisianthusBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
OrchidBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
Rose*Botrytis15 to 50 (.050 to .194)
SnapdragonBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
SweetpeaBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)

*On roses, rates up to 70 fluid ounces (.252 lbs. metallic copper) of this product per 100 gallons of water may be used against powdery mildew if no blooms are open.

Nursery Plants

Azalea
Azalea
Buxus
Buxus
Cherry Laurel
Cherry Laurel
Conifers
Conifers
Crape Myrtle
Crape Myrtle
Dogwood
Dogwood
Elm
Elm
Euonymus
Euonymus
Hawthorn
Hawthorn
Hydrangea
Hydrangea
Indian Hawthorn
Indian Hawthorn
Japanese Maple
Japanese Maple
Juniper
Juniper
Leland Cypress
Leland Cypress
Lilac
Lilac
Nandina
Nandina
Oak
Oak
Oak
Oak (Trunk spray)
Photinia
Photinia
Rhododendron
Rhododendron
Rosaceae
Rosaceae
Rose
Rose
Ruscus
Ruscus
Sycamore
Sycamore
Viburnum
Viburnum

Nursery Plants

PlantDiseaseAgri-Life® fl. oz./100 gals. (lbs. Cu2+/100 gals.)
AzaleaAnthracnose15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Botrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Cylindrocladium15 to 35 (.058 to .136)
Phytophthora20 to 25 (.078 to .097)
BuxusVolutelia15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Cherry LaurelXanthomonas20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
ConifersBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Diplodia10 to 13 (.038 to .050)
Crape MyrtleBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Powdery mildew20 to 30 (.078 to .116)
DogwoodAnthracnose, Powdery mildew20 to 30 (.078 to .116)
Botrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
ElmErwina20 to 40 (.078 to .155)
EuonymusAnthracnose15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
Botrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
HawthornCedar apple rust15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
HydrangeaBotrytis, Powdery mildew13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Cercospora15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Indian HawthornBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Cercospora15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Entomosporium15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
Japanese MapleBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Pseudomonas, Venticillium15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
JuniperPhomopsis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Leland CypressCercospora13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
LilacBotrytis, Pseudomonas13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Powdery mildew15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
NandinaXanthomonas15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
OakAnthracnose35 (.136)
Botrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Oak (Trunk spray)Phytophthora30 to 45 (.058 to .174)
PhotiniaEntomosporium15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
RhododendronBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Cylindrocladium15 to 35 (.058 to .136)
Phytophthora20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
Rosaceae: Cotoneaster (Malus), Mountain Ash, Ornamental Crabapple,
Ornamental Pear, Pyracantha
Apple scab40 (.155)
Botrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Fireblight20 to 40 (.078 to .155)
Cylindrocladium15 to 35 (.058 to .136)
Phytophthora15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
Rose*Preventative: Black spot, Powdery mildew15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
Therapeutic: Black spot, Powdery mildew35 to 50 (.136 to .194)
Preventative: Botrytis, Cylindrocladium, Downy mildew15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Therapeutic: Botrytis, Cylindrocladium, Downy mildew25 to 50 (.097 to .194)
Ruscus*Pseudomonas13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
SycamoreAbthracnose35 (.136)
Botrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
ViburnumBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Cercospora15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Phytophthora20 to 25 (.078 to .097)
Additional nursery plants 1Botrytis, Rhizoctonia13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Fireblight20 to 40 (.078 to .155)
Dothistroma20 to 40 (.078 to .155)
Powdery mildew20 to 25 (.078 to .097)
Pseudomonas15 to 25 (.058 to .097)

¹Additional nursery plants include: Shrubs/Vines – Barberry, Bougainvillea, Clematis, Cornus, Cotinus, Forsythia, Gardenia, Holly, Paeonia, Philadelphus, Physocarpus, Potentilla, Ribes, Rosa, Spirea, Weigela, Wisteria; Deciduous – Acer, Amelanchier, Betula, Celtis, Cercis, Crataegus, Ficus, Fraxinus, Ginkgo, Gleditsia, Magnolia, Malus, Populus, Prunus, Pyrus, Tilia; Conifers – Abies, Juniper, Picea, Pinus, Pittosporum, Pseudotsuga, Taxus, Thuja, Tsuga; Non-Bearing Fruit Trees and Vines – Apple, Pear, Grape, Citrus

*On roses, rates up to 70 fluid ounces (.252 lbs. metallic copper) of this product per 100 gal. of water may be used against powdery mildew if no blooms are open.

Potted Flowering Plants

African Violet
African Violet
Azalea
Azalea
Calla Lily
Calla Lily
Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum
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Cineraria
Placeholder
Cyclamen
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Daffodil
Placeholder
Easter Lily
Exacum
Exacum
Gerbera
Gerbera
Gloxinia
Gloxinia
Holiday Cactus
Holiday Cactus
Hyacinth
Hyacinth
Hydrangea
Hydrangea
Iris
Iris
Kalanchoe
Kalanchoe
Lisianthus
Lisianthus
Orchid
Orchid
Poinsettia
Poinsettia
Primula
Primula
Rose
Rose Bush
Tulip
Tulip

Potted Flowering Plants

PlantDisease(s) / PathogensAgri-Life® fl. oz./100 gals. (lbs. Cu2+/100 gals.)
African VioletBotrytis, Powdery Mildew13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
AzaleaBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
Colletotrichum15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Cylindrocladium15 to 35 (.058 to .136)
Calla LilyBotrytis, Erwina13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
ChrysanthemumBotrytis, Crown Gall, Erwina, Powdery Mildew15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
CinerariaBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
CyclamenBotrytis15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Erwina15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
DaffodilBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Easter LilyBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
ExacumBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
GerberaBotrytis, Powdery Mildew15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
GloxiniaBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Holiday CactusBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Erwina, Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas15 to 50 (.058 to .194)
HyacinthBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
HydrangeaBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Powdery Mildew12 to 25 (.047 to .097)
IrisBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Erwina15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
KalanchoeBotrytis15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Erwina, Powdery Mildew15 to 35 (.058 to .136)
LisianthusBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
OrchidBotrytis13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
Erwina, Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas15 to 40 (.058 to .155)
PoinsettiaBotrytis15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Scab20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
Powdery Mildew (Preventative)15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Powdery Mildew (Therapeutic)20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
PrimulaBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Erwina15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Rose Bush*Preventative: Black Spot, Powdery Mildew15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
Therapeutic: Black Spot, Powdery Mildew35 to 50 (.136 to .194)
Preventative: Botrytis, Cylindrocladium, Downy Mildew15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Therapeutic: Botrytis, Cylindrocladium, Downy Mildew25 to 50 (.097 to .194)
TulipBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)

*On roses, rates up to 70 fluid ounces (.252 lbs. metallic copper) of this product per 100 gallons of water may be used against powdery mildew.

Tropical Foliage Plants

Dracaena
Dracaena
Ferns
Ferns
Hibiscus
Hibiscus
Ivy
Ivy
Palms
Palms
Philodendron Selloum
Philodendron Selloum
Spathiphyllum
Spathiphyllum
Placeholder
Tropical Foliage

Tropical Foliage Plants

PlantDisease(s) / PathogensAgri-Life® fl. oz./100 gals. (lbs. Cu2+/100 gals.)
DracaenaRust13 to 15 (.050 to .058)
FernsBotrytis, Erwina, Rhizoctonia13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
HibiscusBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Pseudomonas15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Xanthomonas15 to 50 (.058 to .194)
IvyBotrytis13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Xanthomonas15 to 50 (.058 to .194)
PalmsBotrytis, Erwina13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Philodendron SelloumFire Blight20 to 40 (.078 to .155)
SpathiphyllumBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Cylindrocladium15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Phytophthora15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
Tropical FoliageBotrytis, Powdery Mildew13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Erwina, Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas20 to 50 (.078 to .194)

Spray and Dip Applications During Propagation

Harvesting Cuttings On-Site

When harvesting cuttings on-site, spray or fog stock plants using the rates in the following table 1 to 2 days prior to taking cuttings. Spray cuttings to drench again at the same rate 2 to 3 days after sticking in rooting medium or dip cuttings for a few seconds prior to sticking.

Delivered Rooted, Callused, or Unrooted Cuttings

When using shipped-in rooted, callused, or unrooted cuttings, spray cuttings to drench using the rates in the following table 2 to 3 days after planting or sticking, or dip cuttings for a few seconds prior to sticking. Under severe disease pressure, repeat application in 7 to 10 days.

Herbaceous And Woody Stock Plants And Cuttings

Azalea
Azalea
Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum
Geranium
Geranium
Holiday Cactus
Holiday Cactus
Hydrangea
Hydrangea
Lavender
Lavender
Rose
Mini-Rose
Poinsettia
Poinsettia
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Tropical Foliage

Herbaceous and Woody Stock Plants and Cuttings

PlantDisease(s) / PathogensAgri-Life® fl. oz./100 gals. (lbs. Cu2+/100 gals.)
AzaleaBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Cylindrocladium15 to 35 (.058 to .136)
ChrysanthemumBotrytis, Erwina15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
GeraniumBotrytis15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Xanthomonas15 to 50 (.058 to .194)
Holiday CactusBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Erwina15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
HydrangeaBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Xanthomonas15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
LavenderBotrytis15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Mini-RoseBotrytis15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Cylindrocladium15 to 50 (.058 to .194)
PoinsettiaBotrytis15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
Erwina, Scab, Xanthomonas20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
Tropical FoliageBotrytis13 to 25 (.050 to .097)
Cylindrocladium15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Erwina20 to 50 (.078 to .194)

Post-harvest Dip Applications On Cut Flowers

Alstromeria
Alstromeria
Carnation
Carnation
Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum
Delphinium
Delphinium
Freesia
Freesia
Gerbera
Gerbera
Gladiola
Gladiola
Orchid
Orchid
Rose
Rose
Snapdragon
Snapdragon
Sweetpea
Sweet Pea

Post-Harvest Dip Applications on Cut Flowers

Dip cut flowers and buds for a few seconds soon after cutting.

PlantDiseaseAgri-Life® tsp./5 gals. (lbs. Cu2+/5 gals.)
AlstromeriaBotrytis0.75 to 1 (.0029 to .0038)
CarnationBotrytis2 to 3 (.0078 to .0116)
ChrysanthemumBotrytis1 to 2 (.0038 to .0078)
DelphiniumBotrytis1 to 2 (.0038 to .0078)
FreesiaBotrytis0.75 to 1 (.0029 to .0038)
GerberaBotrytis2 to 3 (.0078 to .0116)
GladiolaBotrytis1.5 to 3 (.0058 to .0116)
OrchidBotrytis2 to 3 (.0078 to .0116)
RoseBotrytis3 to 3.75 (.0116 to .0145)
SnapdragonBotrytis1 to 2 (.0038 to .0078)
Sweet PeaBotrytis1 to 2 (.0038 to .0078)

Bulb Applications

Calla Lily
Calla Lily

Bulb Applications

Dip bulbs for 5 minutes or spray bulbs to drip, and then allow them to dry before planting.

PlantPathogenAgri-Life® tsp./5 gals. (lbs. Cu2+/5 gals.)
SCalla LilyErwina30 (.116)

Soil Drench Applications (Greenhouse, Field, Landscape And Interior)

African Violet
African Violet
Hosta
Aster
Azalea
Azalea
Calla Lily
Calla Lily
Cyclamen
Cyclamen
Ferns
Ferns
Geranium
Geranium
Hosta
Hosta
Impatiens
Impatiens
Japanese Maple
Japanese Maple
Pansy
Pansy
Periwinkle
Periwinkle
Pittosporum
Pittosporum
Poinsettia
Poinsettia
Rhododendron
Rhododendron
Rose
Rose
Spathiphyllum
Spathiphyllum
Vinca Minor
Vinca Minor

Soil Drench Applications (Greenhouse, Field, Landscape and Interior)

PlantDisease(s)/PathogensAgri-Life® fl. oz./100 gals. (lbs. Cu2+/100 gals.)
African VioletPhytophthora13 to 20 (.050 to .078)
AstertPhytophthora20 to 30 (.078 to .116)
AzaleaCylindrocladium20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
Rhizoctonia20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
Calla LilyErwina15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
CyclamenErwina15 (.058)
FernsRhizoctonia15 to 30 (.058 to .116)
GeraniumBotrytis20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
HostaErwina15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
ImpatiensPhytophthora20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
Japanese MapleVerticillium25 (.097)
PansyPhytophthora15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Pythium15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
PeriwinklePhytophthora15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
PittosporumRhizoctonia15 to 20 (.058 to .078)
PoinsettiaPhytophthora15 to 25 (.058 to .097)
Rhizoctonia20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
RhododendronRhizoctonia20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
RoseBlack Spot20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
Cylindrocladium20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
SpathiphyllumCylindrocladium20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
Phytophthora20 to 35 (.078 to .136)
Vinca MinorRhizoctonia15 to 25 (.058 to .097)