Sulfur Fungicide 1- Pound Wallace Organic Wonder

$ 14.95

  Bonide Sulfur Fungicide is a specially prepared micronic sulfur suitable for use as a dust or spray. The fine particle size gives better coverage, adhesion and disease control. This product controls a large number of diseases on fruits, vegetables and various ornamentals. Approved for organic gardening. Now labeled for chiggers. Active ingredient: 90% sulfur  Great product to apply to stems, cuts and wounds on Giant Pumpkin and other vegetables. 

  • CONTROLS A VARIETY OF INSECTS AND DISEASES - Sulfur Plant Fungicide is effective against rust, leaf spot, powdery mildew, chiggers, thrips, scale, and listed mites.
  • USE ON FRUITS, VEGETABLES, AND ORNAMENTALS - Product is approved for organic gardening and can be used on apples, beans, cherries, berries, peas, grapes, strawberries, and many more fruits and vegetables in your garden.
  • USE ON ANIMALS - Helps control fleas and ticks on dogs, horses, cattle, swine, sheep, and goats. Can also be used to control depluming mites on chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, pigeons, and other game birds.
  • GREATER EFFICIENCY - The extremely fine particle size contributes to a uniform film-forming layer, better adhesion and more even distribution of particles over fruit and leaf surfaces, resulting in greater efficiency.
  • ORGANIC GARDENING - The active ingredient of this product is sulfur, which is a natural chemical that is required by plants for normal, healthy growth. Our fungicide is approved for organic gardening and is safe for use around people and pets alike.

Bonide Sulfur Plant Fungicide

Bonide Sulfur Plant Fungicide is effective against rust, leaf spot, powdery mildew, chiggers, thrips, scale, and listed mites.

It can also be used to help control fleas and ticks on dogs, horses, cattle, swine, sheep, and goats.

Variety of Uses

Our product is approved for organic gardening and can be used on apples, beans, cherries, berries, peas, grapes, strawberries, and many more fruits and vegetables in your garden.

The extremely fine particle size contributes to a uniform film-forming layer, better adhesion and more even distribution of particles over fruit and leaf surfaces, resulting in greater efficiency.