Pesticides: Chlorothalonil
Pesticide Classification
__ Herbicide _X Fungicide
__Bactericide
__ Insecticide/Miticide
__ Molluscicide __ Repellent
Properties Properties Properties
__ Selective
__ Non-selective

__ Pre-emergent
__ Post-emergent

__ Systemic
__ Contact
_X Broad Spectrum
__ Specific

__ Systemic
_X Non-systemic

_X Protectant
__ Eradicant
__ Synthetic
__ Biological
__ Oil
__ Soap
__ Botanical
__ Other
__ Broad-spectrum
__ Specific

__ Systemic
__ Non-systemic

__ Contact poison
__ Stomach poison
__ Other

Common Brand Names:

Bonide Fungonil
Ferti-lome Broad Spectrum Landscape & Garden Fungicide
Garden Tech Daconil
Hi-Yield Vegetable, Flower, Fruit & Ornamental Fungicide
Monterey Fruit Tree, Vegetable & Ornamental Fungicide
Ortho® Max® Garden Disease Control

Chemical Action and Usages: Chlorothalonil is a organochlorine fungicide that is available in several different formulations and sold under the trade names of Daconil, Bravo and others. This fungicide gives broad spectrum control of vegetable, flower, fruit and ornamental diseases including but not limited to anthracnose, leaf blights, downy mildew, powdery mildew, leaf curl, scab, black spot fusarium leaf spot and many other diseases. It is not systemic; therefore it must be reapplied regularly during the growing season. If used on food crops, consult the product label for the appropriate harvest waiting period after applications.

Cautions/Instructions: Read the label carefully of the brand and formulation you have selected. Apply the product according to the directions on the label. Do not apply to water or in areas where drift/runoff will cause contamination to any pond, lake or stream.

Toxicity: Can cause eye and skin irritation in humans, but is otherwise considered to be only slightly toxic. Low toxicity to birds and bees. Highly toxic to fish.