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NuFarm Mycoshield Fungicide (Oxytetracycline Calcium 31.5%) (2 Pounds)

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NuFarm Mycoshield Fungicide
 (Oxytetracycline Calcium 31.5%)
(2 Pounds)

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Fight Fire Blight and Bacterial Spot.

Mycoshield® is a valuable tool to fruit disease management programs. It is used to control fire blight in
apples and pears and bacterial spot in peaches and nectarines. When used in conjunction with other products,
Mycoshield is particularly useful in resistance management programs. Mycoshield can be used in combination
or rotation with Agri-Mycin® 17 and other bactericides, and is compatible with most pesticides commonly used
in an orchard. Plus, the EPA has approved a revised Mycoshield label removing feeding restrictions for apples.

Extended Protection

Provides 3 days of protection against fire blight in pears and apples,
up to 7 days of protection when used against bacterial spot in nectarines
and peaches

Effective and Compatible

Dependable and effective when applied prior to the onset of disease

Compatible with streptomycin and most pesticides commonly used in
an orchard

USE SUMMARY

For best results, apply this product using an airblast sprayer with enough water to provide
full coverage. Thorough coverage is essential. Do not apply this product through any type of
irrigation system. To avoid possible pesticide contamination use only clean metal or plastic
containers in preparing all solutions.

APPLES AND PEARS
Ground Application: Use 16 oz of Mycoshield
/100 gallons of water. Apply using an airblast
sprayer. Ensure good coverage of plant parts. Apply beginning with 10% bloom. For apples,
repeat applications at 3 to 6 day intervals or apply when blight favorable weather is expected
during apple bloom. For pears, repeat applications at 4 to 6 day intervals.
Aerial Application: Application by air is not a direct replacement for applications by ground.
Use aerial application only in those orchards in which optimal coverage can be achieved by
air. Apply Mycoshield at 1.0 lb in a minimum of 10 gal per acre. Even with optimal coverage,
the extent of control may be reduced. Apply by ground within 3 to 6 days subsequent to an
aerial application. Begin spray application at 10% bloom. For apples, repeat applications at
3 to 6 day intervals or apply when blight favorable weather is expected during apple bloom.
For pears, repeat applications at 4 to 6 day intervals. Spray coverage of blossoms is essential.

PEACHES AND NECTARINES
Ground Application:
Use 12 oz of Mycoshield/100 gallons of water. Vary the total volume of
solution per acre from 50 to 200 gallons depending on the size and foliar development of
the trees. Smaller, less dense trees will require a lower volume and larger, more dense trees
will require a higher volume of spray to obtain coverage to the point of runoff. Apply at 7
day intervals beginning at petal fall (<5% shuck split) through first cover. After first cover,
application interval can be extended to 7 to 10 days depending on weather conditions. Use
the higher rate early in the season and during periods conducive for disease. Use a pressure
sprayer capable of delivering the spray at a minimum of 250 lb pressure per square inch
through a hand-held single nozzle gun, or 150 lb pressure per square inch using an airblast
sprayer. For best results with airblast sprayer, do not exceed 3 miles per hour ground speed or
100 miles per hour spray velocity.
See label for complete directions for use.

APPLICATION RESTRICTIONS
For Apples:
DO NOT apply more than 1.5 lb of product per acre per application.
DO NOT exceed a total of 6 applications per year using either ground or aerial methods of
application.
DO NOT apply within 60 days of harvest.
For Pears:
DO NOT apply more than 1.0 lb of product per acre per application.
DO NOT exceed a total of 10 applications per year using either ground or aerial methods of
application.
DO NOT apply within 60 days of harvest.
For Peaches and Nectarines:
DO NOT apply within 3 weeks of harvest.
DO NOT apply more than 12 lb of product per acre per year.
NOTE: Use of this product may cause phytotoxicity to the fruit and/or foliage of sensitive
pear varieties, especially Asian varieties.

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