Not 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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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.
I 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.