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Pint Concentrate

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Quart Concentrate

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ORGANOCIDE® Plant Doctor® Systemic Fungicide

Organocide® Plant Doctor® Systemic Fungicide is an Earth-friendly, broad-spectrum disease control and preventative for use on turf, fruit trees, vegetables, ornamentals and flowers. Formulated to prevent and cure a myriad of plant diseases, it can serve as a fungicide for trees, a downy mildew treatment, powdery mildew treatment and garden fungicide. It helps stop root rot, leaf and stem blights, leaf spots and many other maladies! As a systemic product, a foliar or root application will work its way throughout the entire plant to prevent disease and attack existing disease above and below ground. Once inside the plant, Plant Doctor® Systemic Fungicide provides a nutritional boost of potassium and phosphorous—essential nutrients for plant growth. It increases plant metabolism so plants grow faster, bloom more and increase their yield.

  • Systemic fungicide

  • Controls root rot, downy mildew, fire blight, black spot and other diseases

  • For use on ornamentals, fruit trees, vegetables, turf and more

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How is a systemic fungicide different from other fungicides?

  • A systemic fungicide can be sprayed directly on the foliage or applied to the root zone.
  • After initial application, a systemic product will rapidly absorb and then work throughout the entire plant. Other fungicides are contact fungicides: the product must make direct contact with the disease area in order to effectively treat the disease.
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