Spring is the perfect time to start giving a helping hand to your little tree buds. Left untreated these little spring buds can easily fall victim to Anthracnose, Leaf blights, Spots and Rusts. These diseases will drastically affect the appearance and performance of your trees; this is even more frustrating when it happens during the time we want them looking their best.
Trees (Ash, Sycamore, e.t.c.) Anthracnose Spray upper and underside of leaves and twigs until thoroughly wet. A large tree requires 190 - 230 Litres of spray per treatment for adequate coverage. Treat tree with 3 applications: as buds start to swell at the start of the season; then apply again as leaves start to expand; apply thirdly as leaves are about 3/4 grown.
USE : 2 tablespoons of PHYSAN 20 in 11.3 Litres of water.
TURFGRASS Flowering Dogwood (cornus florida) - Anthracnose, Leaf Blights, Leaf Spots
Small circular, dirty yellow spots with reddish purple margins on flowers, leaves and young shoots. Spray 4 times - when flower buds begin to open; as soon as flower bracts have fallen; 4 weeks later; and in late Summer after flower buds are well formed. If possible, spray just before rainy periods.
USE : 2 tablespoons of PHYSAN 20 in 11.3 Litres of water