Features of Camelot O Fungicide/Bactericide are:
- Broad-spectrum fungal and bacterial disease control
- Multiple modes of action for resistance management
- Control of bacterial leaf spots and blights
- Approved for Organic Production by the National Organic Program (NOP)
- Easy to measure and use flowable copper soap formulation
- Use on greenhouse vegetable and herb crops
- 4-hour REI
Disease controlled: Camelot controls a broad range of bacterial and fungal pathogens:
Bacterial Pathogens - Bacterial Blight, Bacterial Leaf Spot, Erwinia, Fire Blight, Psuedomonas, Xanthomonas
The Product for Complete Disease Control – Now for Organic Production
Camelot O is a liquid copper formulation using proven technology to provide broad-spectrum bacterial and fungal disease control on a wide variety of ornamental plants, greenhouse vegetable/herb crops and turfgrass. Camelot O is a uniquely patented formula of fixed copper
combined with fatty acids to form a true soap providing performance advantages over other copper-based products.
Camelot O requires minimal elemental copper for excellent disease control through its superior coverage ability and foliar adherence. Camelot O gives you the complete disease control you want and deserve.
Camelot O controls a broad-spectrum of ornamental fungal and bacterial pathogens.
- Erwinia spp.
- Pseudomonas spp.
- Xanthomonas spp.
- Bacterial Leaf Spot and Blight
- Ascochyta Leaf Blight
- Black Spot
- Botrytis Blight (Gray Mold)
- Cercospora Leaf Blight/Spot
- Dollar Spot
- Downy Mildew
- Leaf Spots
- Needle Blights and Casts
- Powdery Mildew
- White Mold
Use Camelot O in a disease control program at 0.5 to 2.0 gallons per 100 gallons (64 to 256 fl. oz./100 gallons) and apply to one (1) acre. Initiate applications at first sign of disease or when conditions are favorable for disease development. If necessary, repeat applications should be made at 7 to 10 day intervals. A spreader may be used to improve the spreading of Camelot O
on hard to wet plants.
Do not tank-mix with chelated or liquid fertilizers.
Listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) for use in organic production.