Popular Links on this Website
Neem Commercial WP Product www.suntec.co.nz/neem_600wp.htm
Neem Home Garden range www.suntec.co.nz/neem.htm
Home Garden Disease Control www.suntec.co.nz/fungicide.htm
Fertilizer and Nutrient Additives (not active) www.suntec.co.nz/hydroponics.htm
NATURAL FUNGICIDES FOR GARDEN DISEASE CONTROL
Lime Sulphur is well known as an erradicant of over-wintering pests and disease spores. By using Lime Sulphur on deciduous trees and shrubs during winter prior to budburst, the pressure of disease and pests in the following summer is greatly reduced. An excellent winter spray schedule for home gardens is to alternate applications of lime sulphur, copper and spraying oil (Neem 900EC), each week during each month over winter.
LABEL INFORMATION Click to View Adobe PDF
MSDS Click to View MSDS
HSNO Classifications 6.1D 6.3B 6.5B 8.3A 9.1D 9.3C
The plant compound products mentioned on this website are supplied by Suntec NZ Ltd to New Zealand distribution companies with the intention of being used by customers in a home garden context. They are not intended to be used by commercial growers of any crop, and specifically not intended to be used on food producing plants in any setting, with the exception of products for which full registration has been approved. Suntec NZ Ltd does not endorse any unsolicited advertising or promotion of these products in any way whatsoever. Due to seasonal variability in sales and stock movement between manufacturing distribution and retail, product may be stocked at retail with labels which do not clearly state the above restrictions, however as new stock is manufactured, labels are updated accordingly. As the sale or promotion or use of these products is beyond its immediate control, Suntec NZ Ltd takes no responsibility for the use of any product or any consequential damages allegedly arising from the use or misuse of any product or any actions of any customers which may contravene the following relevant legislation.
HSNO declaration: These products match existing product formulations, therefore are not new hazardous substances.
Suntec (NZ) Ltd, August 2005.