CANNCONTROL APPLICATION & INGREDIENTS

DILUTION
250ml
Dilutes into
8.5 gallons
500ml
Dilutes into
16.9 gallons
1000ml
Dilutes into
33.8 gallons
1 Gallon
Dilutes into
128 gallons
2.5 Gallons
Dilutes into
320 gallons
5 Gallons
Dilutes into
640 gallons
DIRECTIONS:
Directions for use
Shake well before and after diluting. For best results, use freshly mixed solution. Apply using an atomizer, misting system, or spraying apparatus. Read and carefully follow instructions for type of sprayer.
FOLIAR APPLICATION:
1. For minor outbreaks, mix 1 oz (30 mL) of this product in 1 gallon of water.
2. For more severe outbreaks, mix up to 3 oz (90 mL) of this product in 1 gallon of water.
3. Use sufficient spray volume to achieve thorough coverage.
4. Agitate sprayer every 60 minutes to prevent product separation.
5. Cover both tops and bottoms of leaves and stems thoroughly. Saturate to point of run-off.
ROOT DRENCH APPLICATION:
Mix 1 oz (30 mL) of this product in 1 gallon of water and apply to grow medium.
WHEN TO APPLY:
1. Apply this product to well hydrated plants once per week as needed. May be used during vegetative and flowering stages.
2. Spray late in the evening or on cloudy days when plants are not exposed to direct sunlight or artificial lighting for at least 6 hours.
3. Use weekly to eliminate fungal, insect, and mite pressure.
4. Re-entry Interval (REI) does not apply.
5. Do not apply this product when bees are actively foraging.

NOTE: As a precautionary trial, apply this product to a few leaves and observe for 2 days. Discontinue use if signs of burning are present. Do not use on newly planted cuttings or on plants stressed by drought. Avoid application when temperature exceeds 90°F (32°C). This product is useful as a component of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs.

EFFECTIVE AGAINST:
Powdery Mildew, Botrytis (Gray Mold), Mites, Aphids, Whiteflies, Thrips, Fungus Gnats
INGREDIENTS

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Ingredients (active)
15% Thyme Oil
55% Corn Oil
Ingredients (inert)
30% Oleic Acid

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