Yes, BotryStop is OMRI listed.
Applicators and other handlers must wear a long-sleeved shirt and long pants, waterproof gloves, and shoes plus socks. Mixers/loaders and applicators, not in enclosed cabs, must wear a NIOSH-approved particulate respirator (dust mask) with any R or P filter with NIOSH-approval number prefix TC-84A; or a NIOSH-approved powered air-purifying [...]
Do not store overnight or for prolonged periods. It is best to mix and apply BotryStop within 4 – 6 hours.
Keep tank mixtures in the range of pH 5 – 7.
No. In BioWorks testing, it has shown no phytotoxicity on sensitive open blooms on ornamentals. It has been used extensively on grapes and other plants at flowering with no phytotoxicity.
BotryStop is labeled for foliar and fruit diseases caused by Botrytis spp. (including Botrytis cinerea), Monilinia spp., Sclerotinia spp. (including S. sclerotiorum), and Erwinia amylovora.
Gallons Water 2 lb/100 gal/acre 3 lb/100 gal/acre 4 lb/100 gal/acre 1 1 tbs 9.1 grams 1.5 Tbs 13.6 grams 2 tbs 18.2 grams 5 5.5 tbs 45.4 grams 8 tbs 68.1 grams 0.7 cups 90.8 grams 10 0.7 cups 90.8 grams 1 cups 136.2 grams 1.3 cups 181.6 [...]
BotryStop is a preventative biofungicide, so it is best applied before pathogen infection occurs. It is applied at early and late bloom for some crops and usually when conditions are favorable for disease development. Scouting and recognizing when conditions are favorable for disease can be effective indicators of when [...]
BotryStop is best applied in the morning.
For outdoor spraying, air blast and other hydraulic spraying equipment, including air-assisted sprayers, can be used. In greenhouses, hydraulic spraying equipment, AutoFog or other cold foggers can be used. At this time, we do not recommend application through a thermal fogger including the BioPulse Fog units. [...]