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Milstop Baking Soda Fungicide with Surfactant  

Broad Spectrum Foliar Fungicide
 

Choose MilStop for curative control of powdery mildews and preventative control of most other foliar diseases.  This potassium bicarbonate-based foliar fungicide kills powdery mildew on contact pulling water from spores and their growing strands.  It also inhibits enzymes involved in fungal cell wall formation by altering the pH on the leaf surface.  There is no known resistance to MilStop; an excellent disease management tool as a standalone fungicide for foliar disease control or alternated as part of an integrated pest management program.

Diseases Controlled:

  • Cures and prevents:  Powdery mildew
  • Prevents:  Alternaria blight, Anthracnose, black spot, Botrytis blight, Cercospora leaf spot, downy mildew, Phomopsis blight, and Septoria leaf spot.

Prevention is the best medicine:

  • Use at or before the first sign of disease
  • Effective on interiorscape, greenhouse, nursery, woody, herb and field crops
  • Fully dissolves in water; no residues, dries quick, dries clean
  • Cost effective; comes pre-formulated with surfactants
  • University tested and proven to be effective
  • 1-hour REI; OMRI Listed and is compatible with many beneficial insects
  • Active ingredient approved by the FDA as G.R.A.S. (Generally Regarded As Safe)
  • Kills powdery mildew on contact and provides 1 – 2 weeks of residual protection
  • Does not restrict plant growth
     

Powdery Mildew SporeElectron Micograph shows the CONTACT-KILL effects of MilStop on powdery mildew spores within minutes of application. The mildew spore on the left is not treated with MilStop; it is healthy and sending out an infectious tube. 
The two mildew spores on the right are treated with MilStop.  MilStop causes rapid water loss from the spores making them look like raisins compared to the healthy mildew spore that looks like a grape.
(Photo courtesy of Dr. Ken Horst, Cornell Univ.)

 
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