I talk about the kinds of chemicals that are commonly applied to plants in greenhouses in the US.
Name: Heritage EPA Registration Number: 100-1093 Form: a very fine, tan granule for dissolving in water Active Ingredient: azoxystrobin Function: fungicide Application Methods: foliar spray REI: 12 hours Related Chemicals: Amistar Notes: Extremely expensive -- one 6-pound container can cost thousands of dollars
- Very low toxicity to land animals
- Very high toxicity
Hello, folks of PerC. I've decided to start a blog about the different kinds of chemicals that are applied to the plants that people buy from greenhouses and big box stores. I'll update it whenever I feel inspired.
Each one will get this description: Name: (the brand name of the chemical) EPA Registration Number: (every chemical must be registered with the government and receives a number for reference) Form: (chemicals came come in dusts; granules that
Updated 06-12-2012 at 08:19 AM by davidbeacon (editing title for consitency)