DetailsNot only is it effective against many foliar and soil diseases, like powdery mildew, Botrytis, Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, Phytophthora, Verticillium, and preventing root-rot and damping-off, it’s also non-phytotoxic (won’t harm beneficial mycorrhizae), water soluble (can be used in tank mixes) and is OMRI listed Organic!
Pro-Tip: Actinovate® Lawn and Garden is very concentrated: mix one-half teaspoon per gallon of water and use as a soil drench for rooting or transplants, and as a foliar spray when necessary. For best results use dechlorinated water (leave standing overnight to disperse municipal chlorine) or distilled water.
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5.0 / 5.02 ReviewsActinovate is great!If you want to go organic and/or move away from chemicals, Use actinovate for fungus! It works great. I sprayed active areas heavy and then the rest of the lawn. Lawn needs several applications until the microbes are reestablished…I used milorginite for that.June 26, 2018Purchased
11 months agoActinovate saved my peoniesI have a collection of rare peonies. Last year the buds started to turn black and I had no flowers. After asking around I learned that this was probably due to a fungal infection. Actinovate was recommended as a cure. This turned out to be the magic that I needed and this year blossoms on my peonies have now yielded wonderful flowers.June 11, 2018Purchased
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