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Serenade® Garden

  • Provides fungal control for flowers, fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants
  • Prevents and controls or suppresses* Anthracnose Gray Mold, Powdery Mildew, Leaf Blight, Scab, and many others.
  • Ready-To-Use Active: 0.074% QST 713 Strain of Bacillus subtilis
  • Ready-To-Spray and Concentrate Active: 1.34% QST 713 Strain of Bacillus subtilis

* Always read and follow label instructions.

* See label for full list of diseases controlled and suppressed.

 

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What is Serenade® Garden?

Serenade Garden is a broad spectrum, preventative biofungicide recommended for the control or suppression of many important plant diseases and may be used on roses, vegetables, fruits, nuts, flowers, houseplants, foliage, trees, shrubs located in residential landscapes, residential greenhouses, commercial landscapes, and commercial interior scapes. Serenade Garden Ready-To-Spray can also be used on lawns, turf, sod, and ornamental turf.

What diseases does Serenade Garden control or suppress?

(See product label for full list of diseases controlled and suppressed.)

Ready-to-Use

Anthracnose, Bacteria, Bacterial Leaf Blight, Bacterial Speck, Bacterial Spot, Black Mold, Black Root Rot/Black Crown Rot, Black Spot of Rose, Botrytis, Downy Mildew, Early Blight, Fire Blight, Gray Mold, Late Blight, Leaf spots, Pin Rot, Powdery Mildew, Scab, Walnut Blight

Concentrate

All of the above, plus Bean Rust, Botrytis Leaf Blight, Botrytis Neck Rot, Greasy Spot, Onion Downy Mildew, Onion Purple Blotch, Phytophthora, Rust, Sclerotinia Head and Leaf Drop, Sour Rot Target Spot, White Mold

Ready-to-Spray

All of the above, plus Brown Patch, Dollar Spot, Red Thread

How should Serenade Garden Ready to Use be applied?

Serenade Garden Disease Control may be applied any time of day, in full sun and high temperatures, without stressing or burning foliage, up to and including the day of harvest and on all fruits and vegetables used in canning.

Shake well before using. For best results, treat prior to foliar disease development or at the first sign of foliar disease infection. Repeat at 7-day intervals or as needed. Under conditions of high disease pressure, when environmental conditions favor rapid disease development (high humidity, excessive rain, extreme moisture condition, etc.) shorten the spray interval.

Some pesticides can cause phytotoxic effects, ranging from slight burning or browning of leaves to distorted leaves, fruit, flowers or stems. Damage symptoms may vary with the type of plant that has been treated. It is impossible to test all plants for phytotoxicity. To assure that the plants to be treated are not sensitive to the treatment, apply a small amount of the highest application rate of the product to a few leaves or the above ground portion of a plant and check within 3 days for signs of phytotoxicity. Use product according to label directions

READY-TO-USE

Spray leaves, stems and new shoots to runoff providing complete coverage of the entire plant. Do not water foliage within 4 hours of application.

How should Serenade Garden Ready to Spray be applied?

Serenade Garden Disease Control may be applied any time of day, in full sun and high temperatures, without stressing or burning foliage, up to and including the day of harvest and on all fruits and vegetables used in canning.

Shake well before using. For best results, treat prior to foliar disease development or at the first sign of foliar disease infection. Repeat at 7-day intervals or as needed. Under conditions of high disease pressure, when environmental conditions favor rapid disease development (high humidity, excessive rain, extreme moisture condition, etc.) shorten the spray interval.

Some pesticides can cause phytotoxic effects, ranging from slight burning or browning of leaves to distorted leaves, fruit, flowers or stems. Damage symptoms may vary with the type of plant that has been treated. It is impossible to test all plants for phytotoxicity. To assure that the plants to be treated are not sensitive to the treatment, apply a small amount of the highest application rate of the product to a few leaves or the above ground portion of a plant and check within 3 days for signs of phytotoxicity. Use product according to label directions

READY-TO-SPRAY

    • Do not allow spray to drift from application site.

    • Spray plants to run-off to ensure thorough coverage.

    • No mixing or measuring is needed. Dilutes automatically as you spray.

    • 5 fl oz will treat 1000 square feet of Lawn, Turf, Sod and Ornamental Turf.

  1. Make sure the nozzle is in the “OFF” position with the safety tab in the valve notch.
  2. Securely attach a garden hose to the hose-end spray nozzle, tightening nozzle.
  3. Turn on water at faucet.
  4. To begin spraying, point nozzle at the area to be treated and bend the safety tab back while turning the dial clockwise. The water will automatically start mixing and spraying.
  5. For Lawns, Turf, Sod and Ornamental Turf: Extend hose to the farthest area to be treated and work backward toward the faucet. The water will automatically start mixing and spraying. Walk backwards at a steady pace sweeping the spray in an overlapping motion to cover the area to be treated.
  6. For Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts, Annual and Perennial Ornamental Plants, Flowers, Flowering Plants, Tropical Foliage, Foliage, Trees and Shrubs: Spray plants to run-off, thoroughly covering both top and bottom surface of foliage to ensure thorough coverage, sweeping the spray in an overlapping motion to cover the area to be treated.
  7. To turn the sprayer off, turn the dial in the opposite direction (counter-clockwise) until the water stops flowing and the safety tab engages. Turn the water off at the faucet. To relieve pressure before detaching sprayer, bend the safety tab back and turn the dial on (clockwise) until the water stops spraying. Then, turn the dial back to the off position until the safety tab engages.
  8. Detach the hose-end sprayer from the hose and store unused product in a cool, dark place until its next use.

How should Serenade Garden Concentrate be applied?

Serenade Garden Disease Control may be applied any time of day, in full sun and high temperatures, without stressing or burning foliage, up to and including the day of harvest and on all fruits and vegetables used in canning.

Shake well before using. For best results, treat prior to foliar disease development or at the first sign of foliar disease infection. Repeat at 7-day intervals or as needed. Under conditions of high disease pressure, when environmental conditions favor rapid disease development (high humidity, excessive rain, extreme moisture condition, etc.) shorten the spray interval.

Some pesticides can cause phytotoxic effects, ranging from slight burning or browning of leaves to distorted leaves, fruit, flowers or stems. Damage symptoms may vary with the type of plant that has been treated. It is impossible to test all plants for phytotoxicity. To assure that the plants to be treated are not sensitive to the treatment, apply a small amount of the highest application rate of the product to a few leaves or the above ground portion of a plant and check within 3 days for signs of phytotoxicity. Use product according to label directions

CONCENTRATE

• Do not allow spray to drift from application site.

• Do not allow spray mixture to stand overnight or for prolonged periods.

• Spray plants to run-off, covering both top and bottom surface of foliage.

For Pressurized Hand-Held Sprayer and Spray Trigger Bottle:

  1. Fill sprayer or bottle with appropriate amounts of concentrate and water (use water only).
  2. Mix the spray solution thoroughly. Use 2 fl oz (¼ cup = 4 TBSP) to 4 fl oz (½ cup = 8 TBSP) of Serenade Garden Disease Control Concentrate per gallon of water. Keep spray solution agitated during application.

For Hose-End Sprayer:

  1. Follow hose-end sprayer directions to determine how to fill, set dial, clean, and disconnect from hose.
  2. Set dial on sprayer to deliver 2 fl oz (¼ cup = 4 TBSP) to 4 fl oz (½ cup = 8 TBSP) of Serenade Garden Disease Control Concentrate per gallon of water.


Sizes and Labels

Serenade Garden Disease Control 32 oz concentrate
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32 oz. Concentrate
Serenade Garden Disease Control 28 oz Ready to spray
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28 oz. Ready to Spray
Serenade Garden Disease Control 32 oz Ready to use
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32 oz. Ready to Use