A1: Use FungusClear Ultra Concentrate from April onwards or from the start of the first disease.
Q2: How often can I apply it?
A2: Spray at first sign of disease attack and repeat at 21 days intervals. For blackspot and rust on roses, the intervals may be extended to 28 days. If disease is already established spray at intervals of 14 days.
Q3: Where can I use this product?
A3: FungusClear can be used on flowering and ornamental plants, roses, trees, shrubs and conifers in the garden, greenhouse, conservatory and home.
Q4: Can I use this straight from the bottle?
A4: No, FungusClear Ultra Concentrate needs to be diluted with water. Using the measure provided 15ml for each litre of water in a garden sprayer.
Q5: Will leaf damage disappear?
A5: No, not immediately. Once spots have formed they cannot be removed. By using this product you will ensure fungal diseases are stopped and new growth is protected. The damaged leaves will eventually fall off and will be replaced with healthy disease free leaves.
Q6: I have made up too much of the product; can I keep it for use another time?
A6: It’s always best to only mix up enough of the concentrate for what you need. Once it has been diluted, it needs to be used the same day. If you have made up too much of the mixture, use or dispose of it in the correct way, (household waste recycling centre).
Q7: What does ‘systemic’ mean?
A7: A systemic product is absorbed through the leaves into the whole plant and moves to protect all parts of the plant (leaves, stems and buds).