ARBICO Organics

ZeroTol HC - Conc - Gallon - 6200-1

SKU: ARBC-1222410
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ZeroTol HC has been formulated for use in hemp & cannabis production, as well as for homeowners and hobby growers. This product can be used on hard, non-porous surfaces to eliminate pathogens that linger there; but is can also be applied directly to plants to prevent/treat/control plant diseases and algae growth. This broad spectrum algaecide, bactericide and fungicide is made with a highly effective combination of Hydrogen Peroxide and Peroxyacetic Acid that leads no toxic residue.

Key Features:

OMRI listed under Crop Pest, Weed and Disease Control
Can be applied to surfaces, soil, foliage and turf
0-day PHI (pre-harvest interval)
Effective against most common pathogens and algae
Can be used on flowering plants, ornamentals, house plants, vegetables, berries, fruit, trees, shrubs and lawns.
Use in hydroponic and aquaponic systems to prevent/control algae and plant root rot diseases caused by water-borne and water-transmitted plant pathogens like Pythium and Phytopthora.
No strong odor
ZeroTol is a powerful tool to contain pathogens and stop the spread of diseases in your grow.
For commercial operations, consider ZeroTol 2.0

Suggested Uses: Use to suppress/control bacteria, algae, fungi, moss, slime molds, scum and mildew and the diseases and odors caused by these organisms. Can be applied to hard surfaces, tools and equipment (including hydroponics) as well as on plant surfaces and lawns/turf.

This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases: Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew, Leaf Blight, Anthracnose, Botrytis, Xanthomonas, Rhizoctonia, Leaf Spot, Pseudomonas, Brown Spot, Dollar Spot, Summer patch, Copper Spot, Strip Smut, Take-All Patch, Leaf Spot, Fusarium, Fairy Ring, Pink Snow Mold, Pythium, Phytophthora and Rhizoctonia. (Not Approved for Use in California against: Copper Spot, Strip Smut, Take-All Patch, Leaf Spot, Fusarium, Fairy Ring, Pink Snow Mold, Pythium, Phytophthora, Rhizoctonia, Botrytis, Xanthomonas, Rhizoctonia, Leaf Spot, and Pseudomonas.)