Double Nickel LC is a broad spectrum preventive biofungicide for control or suppression of fungal and bacterial plant diseases.
Double Nickel LC is for use against the following diseases/pathogens:
- Powdery mildew
- Sclerotinia spp.
- Botrytis spp.
- Alternaria spp.
- Bacterial leaf spot
- Bacterial spot and speck
- Fire blight
- Xanthomonas ssp.
- Monilinia ssp.
Double Nickel LC can be used with the following crops:
- Leafy vegetables and brassicas
- Fruiting vegetables
- Strawberries and cane berries
- Root, tuber, corm and bulb vegetables
- Stone fruit and tree nuts
- Pome fruit
Double Nickel LC Applications
Active Ingredient: Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain D747
Rate Range: 0.5 qts to 6 qts
Rates (normal use under moderate pressure): 1 qt to 2 qts (see label)
For Sclerotinia, Anthracnose, gummy stem blight, vine decline, phomopsis, and Eutypa: 2 qts to 3 qts (see label)
Spray Interval: Begin applications at crop emergence, transplanting or when conditions are conducive to development of disease. Repeat applications every 7 to 10 days or as needed for as long as conditions favor disease development.
Re-entry Interval: 4 hours
Days to Harvest: 0
Exempt: Residue tolerance (no MRLs)
Application Method: Ground, aerial, chemigation
PPE: Long-sleeved shirt, long pants, waterproof gloves, shoes plus socks, respirator (N, P, R or HE filter)
Tank Mix Partners: Compatible with fertilizers, insecticides, herbicides and fungicides
This product is approved for organic production by the National Organic Program (NOP), a marketing program housed within the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service, the agency that sets marketing standards. The NOP mission is to develop and implement national standards that govern the marketing of agricultural products as organically produced, to facilitate commerce in fresh and processed food that is organically produced, and to assure consumers that such products meet consistent standards.
This product is OMRI Listed, therefore it is determined by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) to be suitable for use in certified organic production.