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Post by jrhodes » Fri May 26, 2017 6:24 pm

On the radio last week, Mark Viette recommended that I use Bonide Infuse as a fungicide for my peonies. The leaves have black spots and the blooms are turning brown even in a bus. However, peonies aren't listed on the label and I don't know how much to use. Bonide won't suggest an amount to use since peonies aren't on the label. Any suggestions?

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Re: Peonies

Post by viette » Fri Jun 30, 2017 5:58 pm

I would alternate sprays of Bonide Mancozeb plus Zinc and Immunox to control botrytis in peonies rather than using Infuse. Peonies and botrytis are listed on the label. Here are some tips from our website on controlling botrytis in peonies:

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