Microthiol Disperss Fungicide

$51.95

Microthiol  Disperss combines sulfur and science to deliver superior protection thanks to a patented micronizing formulation process that ensures the delivery of uniform hyper-dispersible granules to your crops.

Active Ingredient: Sulfur 80.0%

Group M2 Fungicide

Net Contents: 30 pounds

EPA#70506-187

OMRI Listed

In stock (can be backordered)

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Description

Microthiol  Disperss combines sulfur and science to deliver superior protection thanks to a patented micronizing formulation process that ensures the delivery of uniform hyper-dispersible granules to your crops. Microthiol Disperss is a dry flowable formulation made of finely ground sulfur particles with an average size of 3 microns for improved suspendability in the spray tank and more consistent coverage and greater surface contact than other sulfur products. As a result, Microthiol Disperss delivers excellent efficacy against powdery mildew and other targeted diseases and mites.

Active Ingredient: Sulfur 80.0%

Group M2 Fungicide

Net Contents: 30 pounds

EPA#70506-187

OMRI Listed

Additional information

Weight 33 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 4 × 21 in

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Almond mite
Atlantic mite
Banks grass mite
Blister mite
Botrytis blight
Broad mite
Brown mite
Brown rot
Bud mite
Citrus canker
Citrus rust mite
Eriophyid mite
European red mite
False spider mite
Fig mite
Flat mite
Fusarium patch
Hickory eriophyid mite
Leaf spot
Lychee erinose mite
Lygus
Mite
Olive mite
Pacific mite
Peach scab
Pear psylla
Pecan eriophyid mite
Petrobia mite
Phomopsis
Powdery mildew
Red mite
Red spider mite
Russet mite
Rust
Scab
Septoria leaf spot
Silver mite
Sixspotted mite
Sooty mold
Take-all
Thrips
Twospotted spider mite
Yuma spider mite

Consult label for additional crop information. 

Alfalfa
Alfalfa seed
Almond
Alsike clover
Apple
Arrowleaf clover
Asparagus
Avocado
Banana
Bean dried
Bell pepper
Beltsville bunching onion
Bentgrass
Bermudagrass
Bibb lettuce
Black walnut
Blackberry
Blackeyed pea
Bluegrass
Boysenberry
Broad bean (Fava bean)
Broccoli
Bromegrass
Brussels sprouts
Butterhead lettuce
Cabbage
Calamondin
Cantaloupe
Carrot
Casaba
Cauliflower
Celery
Chickpea
Chile pepper
Chinese cabbage (Napa cabbage)
Chironja
Citron
Clover seed
Collards
Cotton
Cowpea
Crenshaw melon
Crimson clover
Cucumber
Currant
Date
Dewberry
Durum wheat
Eggplant
Endive
English walnut
Escarole
Fall barley
Fall oat
Fall wheat
Field corn
Fig
Filbert (Hazelnut)
Fine fescue
Flax seed
Fresh grape
Fresh market tomato
Garbanzo bean (Kabuli chickpea)
Garden beet greens
Garden pea
Garlic
Globe artichoke
Gooseberry
Grain sorghum
Grapefruit
Grass forage/hay
Grasses
Green bean
Green onion
Green pea
Hazelnut (Filbert)
Head lettuce
Highbush blueberry
Honey balls
Honeydew melon
Hop
Horseradish
Huckleberry
Kale
Kohlrabi
Kumquat
Ladino clover
Leaf lettuce
Lemon
Lima bean dried
Lima bean succulent
Lime
Loganberry
Lychee
Macadamia nut
Mandarin orange
Mango
Melon
Mung bean
Murcott
Muskmelon
Mustard greens
Navel orange
Nectarine
Non-bell pepper
Okra
Olive
Onion bulb
Onion seed
Orchardgrass
Ornamental
Papaya
Parsnip
Pea dried
Peach
Peanut
Pear
Pecan
Peppermint
Persian melon
Pimento (see Non-bell pepper)
Pineapple
Pistachio
Plum
Pomegranate
Popcorn
Potato
Processing pea
Prune (Prune plum)
Pummelo
Pumpkin
Quince
Radish
Raisin grape
Raspberry
Red clover
Romaine lettuce
Rose
Rutabaga
Rye
Ryegrass
Salsify (leaves/tops)
Salsify root
Satsuma mandarin
Seeded tomato
Shallot bulb
Sorghum (Milo)
Sour orange
Soybean
Spanish onion
Spearmint
Spinach
Spring barley
Spring oats
Spring wheat
Strawberry
Sudan grass
Sugar beet
Sugar cane
Summer squash
Sweet cherry
Sweet corn
Sweet orange
Sweet potato
Sweetclover (Melilotus)
Swiss chard
Table beet (Garden beet)
Tall fescue
Tangelo
Tangerine (Mandarin)
Tangor
Tart cherry
Timothy
Transplanted tomato
Turfgrass
Turnip
Turnip greens
Valencia orange
Watermelon
White clover
Wine grape
Winter barley
Winter oats
Winter squash
Winter wheat