VECTROL™ is a next generation contact and systemic Liquid Fungicide, Insecticide & Nematicide that controls or kills invasive fungi such as Black Spot, Botrytis, Late Blight, Phytophthora and Powdery Mildew. Vectrol controls or kills insects such as Aphids, Pinion Scale (Crawler Stage), Coddling Moth, Spider Mites, Gnats, White Flies, Leaf Hoppers, Thrips and Nematodes.

It is a 100% biodegradable broad-spectrum contact and systemic formula for use on all crops, turf, ornamentals, and soil.

BENEFITS OF USE

  • Eliminate fungal crop, plant and turf stress
  • Controls invasive nematodes to aid in restoring plant health and vigor
  • Apply at any time up to and on the day of harvest
  • Immediate field reentry following application
  • 100% biodegradable formula

INGREDIENTS:
Active Ingredients:
Thyme Oil ………………………………………………… 8.0%
Clove Oil …………………………………………………… 2.0%
Inert Ingredients* ………………………………… 90.0%
Total Ingredients ………………………………… 100.0%
*Contains water, glycerin and wintergreen oil

APPLICATION

SHAKE OR STIR BEFORE USE. Jar test before tank mixing with plant growth regulators, pesticides, liquid fertilizers or other products. Apply when plant tissue, root or soil analysis identifies a need. Best results when sprayed on the leaf or directly to the root zone and watered in.

FOLIAR APPLICATION – FIELD CROPS, TREES AND VINES: Band spray at 50% coverage. Broadcast via sprinklers: solid, set, linear and pivot (100% speed). Dilute in water at a rate of 0.25% to 0.75% (1-3 quarts/100 gallons). Increase rate as needed. Do not foliar apply in concentrations greater than 1.28% or 1 gallon per 100 gallons of water. Do not exceed 0.75% (3 quarts/100 gallons) on newly planted crops, or crops with a thin leaf wax layer. Spray entire foliage to point of runoff.

SOIL NEMATODE INFESTATIONS: Apply 1-2 gallons diluted in 10-100 gallons of water per acre to the active root zone. Repeat 3 times every 7-14 days via fertigation, broadcast spray or flood irrigation. Soil banded or injected, through drip tape or micro sprinklers up to 2-4 quarts per acre. Repeat as needed. For best results, include foliar treatment.