|Host & Pest
||Leaf Curl, Shot Hole
||Black Spot On Apples
||Bacterial Gummosis, Fruit Freckle, Shothole
||Anthracnose, Cercospora Leaf Spot, Phytophthora Stem Canker, Sooty Blotch
||Leaf Spot Or Yellow Sigatoka on Banana, Phytophthora Stem Canker
||Bacterial Brown Spot, Chocolate Spot On Bean, Common Blight, Halo Blight, Rust
| Brassica Spp. Or Cole Crop
||Black Rot On Cole Crop/brassica, Downy Mildew, Peppery Leaf Spot, Ring Spot On Brassica/cole Crop
|Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower & Chinese Cabbage
||Black Rot, Downy Mildew, Peppery Leaf Spot, Ring Spot
|Butternut Pumpkin, Cucumber, Melon, Pumpkin, Squash, Watermelon & Zucchini.
||Angular Leaf Spot On Cucurbit, Bacterial Leaf Spot - X. Campestris, Downy Mildew
|Capsicum Or Pepper
||Bacterial Canker, Bacterial Spot On Capsicum
|Carrot & Parsnip
||Bacterial Soft Rot, Leaf Spot
||Bacterial Canker On Stone Fruit, Shot Hole
||Black Spot, Citrus Melanose, Phytophthora Stem Canker, Scab, Sooty Blotch On Apple, Pear Or Citrus
||Angular Leaf Spot On Cucurbit, Bacterial Spot On Cucurbit, Downy Mildew
|Grape - Table & Grape - Wine
||Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew
|Kiwi Fruit, Passionfruit, Pecan & Tropical Fruit
||Phytophthora Stem Canker
||Anthracnose, Bacterial Leaf Spot On Lettuce, Downy Mildew
||Anthracnose - Colletotrichum Spp., Parasitic Algae On Lychee, Phytophthora Stem Canker
||Anthracnose - Colletotrichum Spp., Husk Spot - Pseudocercospora Macadamiae, Phytophthora Stem Canker, Pink Disease Or Limb Blight
||Anthracnose, Bacterial Spot
|Nectarine & Peach
||Leaf Curl, Phytophthora Stem Canker, Shot Hole
|Onion, Silver Beet, Spinach & Vine
||Bacterial Leaf Spot, Downy Mildew
||Ascochyta Blight, Bacterial Blight
||Black Spot/scab In Apple/pear
||Phytophthora Stem Canker, Shot Hole
||Early Blight, Late Blight Or Irish Blight
||Downy Mildew, Rust
||Crown Rot, Downy Mildew
||Grey Mould - Botrytis Cinerea, Leaf Spot
||Algae, Angular Leaf Spot-p. Syringae Pv. Tabaci
||Bacterial Canker On Tomato, Bacterial Speck, Bacterial Spot On Tomato, Early Blight (target Spot), Late Blight Or Irish Blight, Septoria Leaf Spot - Septoria Spp.
- Fill the spray tank to three quarters of the required volume of water.
- Add any tank-mix products to the spray tank first and check pH.
- The stability and efficacy of Liquicop is pH dependent.
- Do not apply in a spray solution having a pH of < 6.0 as phytotoxicity may occur.
- If pH > 7.0, adjust to pH 6 – 7 with Hygrobuff or suitable buffer/acidifier.
- Do not use with phosphate buffer/acidifier.
- Then, slowly pour Liquicop into the spray tank, with the agitation system actively running.
- Thoroughly mix and top-up to the required volume with water.
- Formation of an aquagel is normal, but will not clog nozzles.
- It is essential that Liquicop be kept agitated throughout the entire mixing and spraying operation. Liquicop must be applied within one hour of the product being diluted with water, therefore mix only the amount that can be used.
- All containers containing the concentrated product must be sealed properly once opened to prevent the loss of ammonia and the possible formation of crystals.
- The addition of a sticker-spreader such as Flextend is recommended, especially when applying Liquicop to Brassicas, faba beans, peas and onions, irrespective of the method of application.
- Use of oils and wetting agents is not recommended as these may enhance uptake of copper and increase phytotoxicity.
- In common with other non-systemic/preventative fungicides, application of Liquicop should aim to thoroughly cover all plant surfaces.
- Do not apply in water volumes resulting in application rates of less than 2.5 L Liquicop/ha unless otherwise specified.
- Continuous agitation of the spray solution is necessary or setting of the aquagel may occur.
- Good by-pass agitation is adequate.
- Do not apply when either hot (above 35ºc) or frost prone conditions prevail.
- Do not apply when poor drying conditions exist or if it is likely to rain before the spray is dry.
- Do not apply to wet crops.
- Do not apply to copper-shy crops or cultivars.
- Do not mix with acidifying/buffering agents unless they are required to maintain the pH between 6&7.
- The stability and efficacy of liquicop is ph dependent (refer mixing instructions).
- Do not mix with phosphate-based acidifiers or buffers.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-ventilated area.
- Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.
- All containers containing the concentrated product must be sealed properly once opened to prevent loss of ammonia and possible formation of crystals.
- May irritate the eyes and skin.
- Avoid contact with eyes and skin.
- Wash hands after use.
If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone 13 11 26.
For further information refer to the Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
WITHHOLDING PERIOD DETAILS (WHP):
Wine Grapes: Do not harvest for 4 weeks after application
Almonds, Apples, Apricots, Avocadoes, Bananas, Beans, Brassicas, Capsicums, Carrots, Celery, Cherries, Citrus, Cucurbits, Kiwifruit, Lettuce, Lychees (Litchis), Macadamias, Mangoes, Nectarines, Onions, Parsnips, Passionfruit, Peaches, Pears, Peas, Pecans, Plums, Potatoes, Red Beet, Rhubarb, Silver Beet, Spinach, Strawberries, Table Grapes, Tobacco, Tomatoes, Walnuts: Do not harvest for 1 day after application