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8 oz. Garden Friendly Fungicide

  • For control or suppression of fungal and bacterial plant diseases
  • Must be mixed with water
  • For organic gardening
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Product Overview

This OMRI listed fungicide is for organic use in home gardens and lawns. It controls plant diseases in home gardens: vegetables, ornamental and fruit trees, shrubs, lawns, flowers, bedding plants, and potted ornamental plants. Garden Friendly Fungicide must be mixed with water and applied as a spray to fruit and foliage, or as a drench to plant roots. Garden Friendly Fungicide can be applied up to and including the day of harvest.
  • Makes up to 48 Gal. for gardens and landscape
  • For lawn care, it covers 9,000 sq. ft. to 24,000 sq. ft.
  • Active ingredient: bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain D747
  • Spray application for control of powdery mildews, leafspots, anthracnose, gray mold, and other diseases affecting leaves, flowers, fruit, and other above-ground plant parts of home garden plants
  • Drench application for control of diseases affecting plant roots, tubers, or other parts of plants in contact with soil in the home garden

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Application Type
Concentrated or Ready to Use
Disease Type
Anthracnose,Gray Mold,Leaf Spot,Powdery Mildew
Diseased Plant Type
Shade Trees
Plant Type
Acer (Maple, Box Elder)
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Questions & Answers


So this says it works as a drench which is something I’ve been looking for. Does it affect beneficial fungus such as Mycorrhizal fungi?

Asked by Steve March 26, 2021

Thank you for your question. Garden Friendly Fungicide does not impact mycorrhizae, and because it's an organic compound it may even help feed the mycorrhizae.

Is this compatible with Neem, or will Neem harm the bacteria is the fungicide?

Asked by Doc July 22, 2020

Thank you for your question. Garden Friendly Fungicide can be mixed with many other pesticides if such mixing is permitted by the product label. Unfortunately neem oil does not have such labeling. Since neem is an oil, I would suggest applying both products separately, a few days apart.

Is this good for tomato blight

Asked by Mary July 4, 2020

Thank you for your question. Yes, Garden Friendly Fungicide will control both Early blight (Alternaria solani) and Late blight (Phytophthora infestans). Drench soil to control the disease.

Is this considered systemic? I have gray leaf spot on St Augustine. I've applied two times, in ab...

Asked by FungusGuy June 24, 2020

Thank you for your question. Garden Friendly Fungicide is not a systemic fungicide. The master label from the product is made (Double Nickel Fungicide) does list gray leaf spot under controlled turf diseases. Rate is 1 to 4 fluid ounces per 1,000 square feet. I would recommend the highest rate. Reapply every 10 to 14 days. The damaged grass blades will not improve, but the new growth should come out nice.

Ive read that this also "colonizes plant root hairs, preventing establishment of disease-causing ...

Asked by blazeaglory May 7, 2020

Thank you for question. No, Garden Friendly Fungicide does not kill healthy root fungi. The colonization cones form a sheath on the root hairs which forms a protective barrier to prevent pathogenic fungi from entering the roots. This sheath does not affect the healthy root fungi that are in the rhizosphere (area around the roots).

Will this hurt bees or humming birds?

Asked by Jay June 7, 2018

Thanks for the question! Garden Friendly Fungicide is safe to be used around bees and hummingbirds. DO NOT spray bees and hummingbirds directly with the spray solution. Spraying should be done when bee and hummingbird activity is at a minimum.

Customer Reviews

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Fantastic results as soak or spray
Finally I've found a product that prevents and cures fungus including hydrangea's southern rust and canna's root rot.
by skjd7419
mild stuff ...looks like it might need multiple applications ....
mild stuff ...looks like it might need multiple applications .
by catfishbarb
Works as stated on the label....
Works as stated on the label.
by AKARose
I bought this to spray peach trees to prevent leaf...
I bought this to spray peach trees to prevent leaf curl. It claims to be effective against leaf curl. However, I don't see how. The liquid copper fungicide is sprayed in winters before buds open. This being a bacterial product won't be as effective as liquid copper in cold temperatures I am afraid. Returning this to get Southern AG liquid copper instead.
by Vikram
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