Use as a pre-plant dip for cuttings or plants Apply as a soil drench before or after planting Treat soil prior to inoculation with beneficial microorganisms Ideal for microbial clean up on Cannabis prior to harvest Apply to bare root nursery stock or cut flowers in storage – with [...]
For general sanitation of surfaces- clean up debris, weeds, and loose dirt before application. Do not apply PERpose Plus in dry, extremely hot conditions. Use as soon as possible after mixing; make a fresh batch daily.
PERpose Plus may be used for many types of applications in: Commercial greenhouses · Garden Centers Interiorscapes Field crops Landscapes Nurseries Orchards Professional turf care Vineyards
PERpose Plus works best when diluted with clean water containing low levels of organic or inorganic materials and having a neutral pH. Clean the tank before mixing, as residues can reduce product effectiveness.
Remove algae and biofilm in irrigation lines between crops Add to irrigation water on a continuous basis to address contaminated water sources Use at low rates in mist propagation
When diluted, PERpose Plus may be used in combination with most soluble fertilizers; test for physical compatibility and for phytotoxicity on a small portion of the crop before using on the entire crop. PERpose Plus is NOT compatible with products containing copper, magnesium/zinc, magnesium/copper, and aluminum, and may react [...]
In its concentrated form, PERpose Plus is a strong oxidizing agent, is corrosive, and contains the signal word DANGER. Handle carefully with protective eyewear, coveralls, and chemical resistant gloves, apron and footwear. See label for complete details.
Formulated as a safer, biodegradable, sustainable product, it is not harmful to the environment, plants, animals, or people. It intentionally does not contain peracetic acid, which can cause injury to plant tissue and flower bracts with continued use. It is clear and odorless and leaves no residue. The byproducts [...]
PERpose Plus may be used on flowering plants, ornamental, nursery and agriculture crops, including vegetable crops, fruit crops, tobacco, etc.
Yes, it is OMRI listed, with a 0 to 1-hour REI and a 0-day pre-harvest interval (PHI).