ARBICO Organics

TerraClean 5.0 - 5 gals - 6300-5

SKU: ARBC-1222550
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When the OMRI listed combination of Hydrogen Dioxide and Peroxyacetic Acid in TerraClean goes to work, the chemical reaction provides a three-fold benefit to your plants. First, it reacts with and disrupts the proteins and enzymes that make up the cell structures of pathogens (bacteria, fungus and spores), which will prove fatal to them. Second, it releases a high volume of oxygen that floods the root zone, stimulating root/plant development and nutrient uptake. Third, it creates a healthier soil environment overall, which translates into more robust plants that are able to keep diseases at bay.

Key Features:
Will not harm seedlings or plants when applied at labeled rates.
Can be used as a direct soil treatment, as a pre-plant application, at seeding or transplanting and as a periodic soil treatment throughout the growing season.
Can be used in flood or drip irrigation, chemigation or as a soil drench.
TerraClean 5.0 needs to come into surface contact with the soil in order to work. Care should be taken to ensure that all surfaces are thoroughly wetted and sufficient quantities of the finished solution are applied to penetrate the soil.
Treated areas do not need to be covered with tarps or protective plastic.
The performance of this product is not affected by fumigation, so it can be applied to fumigated and unfumigated soil.
Can be applied up to and including the day of harvest (0-day PHI) and has a 0-hour REI (Restricted Entry Interval).
Suggested Uses: Use in agricultural soil and water treatment applications to control a wide range of soil borne pathogens. See the DOCS tab for BioSafe's tree replanting and soil remediation programs using TerraClean 5.0 & TerraGrow.

This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases: Botrytis, Erwinia (soft rot), Fusarium (root rot, leaf spot, pink snow mold), Phytophthora (blight, root rot), Pythium (root rot), Rhizoctonia (blight, stem rot), Thielaviopsis (root rot) and Verticillium (wilt).