Internet #301024874

Model #11C0032

32 oz. Concentrate Bactericide and Fungicide

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Product Overview

Procidic Concentrate is a bactericide and fungicide for use in organic gardening. Procidic is free of harsh chemicals for use in the prevention and control of garden disease. Use Procidic on a broad variety of listed fruits, vegetables and flowers during all stages of growth. Easily mix Procidic with water and spray on living, green foliage either as a preventative OR at the first sign of disease.
  • Spray thoroughly but not to point of drip
  • Use to prevent and/or control anthracnose, downy mildew, fusarium, gray mold, leaf blight, powdery mildew, scab and other listed diseases
  • No re-entry waiting period once spray settles
  • Use up to day of harvest
  • Food grade ingredients only

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.25
Product Height (in.)
7.5 in
Product Width (in.)
5 in

Details

Application Type
Liquid
Concentrated or Ready to Use
Concentrated
Disease Type
Anthracnose,Apple Scab,Bacterial Canker,Bacterial Leaf Spot,Bacterial Wilt,Black Rot,Blight,Brown Rot,Downy Mildew,Fusarium Wilt,Gray Leaf Spot,Gray Mold,Late Blight,Leaf Streak,Mummy Berry,Powdery Mildew,Scab,Southern Blight
Diseased Plant Type
Vegetables,Flowers
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Organic
Yes
Plant Type
Apple,Blueberries,Cherries,Citrus,Corn,Cucurbits (melons, cucumbers, squash, zucchini),Grapes,Lettuce,Peaches and Nectarines,Peppers,Potatoes,Strawberries,Sweet Basil,Tomatoes
Returnable
180-Day
Safe for Edibles
Yes
Spray Application Type
Concentrate

Questions & Answers

2Questions2Answers

Will this work for fire blight(MUCH MUCH harder to control than typical blights)? I've been using...

Asked by Jaezergei March 28, 2020
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Answer

Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We have reached out to the manufacturer and their reply is, Thanks for your interest in Procidic. We agree that managing fire blight is a tenacious task. Procidic is broad spectrum, we have worked with the Erwinia pathogen on other crops before as well as on apples. When tested against fire blight on apples, the efficacy of the product was statistically slightly lower than the antibiotics used as reference. This should be expected and it is not “apples to apples” comparison, no pun intended, as Procidic is an organic input whereas antibiotics are not. When using antibiotics it’s important to also bear in mind the drawback of how prone are antibiotics to generate resistance on microorganisms, hence the addition of Procidic to your treatment will help manage the disease, perhaps not as marked as Streptomycin, but it will most definitely help the latter to remain a valid tool for longer as Procidic would also work as resistance generation breaking tool.

Will this treat blueberry mummy berry disease?

Asked by Jetblasted February 19, 2020
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Answer

Yes, this product treats mummy berry disease.

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