Prevent Sudden Oak Death with Whippet
For systemic fungicide control of Phytophthora spp. and Beech Decline diseases in trees.
Whippet provides effective control of Phytophthora spp. and Pythium diseases associated with Stem and Canker Blight (Sudden Oak Death Phytophthora ramorum) and Beech Decline.
Use on trees such as
- Macadamia Nut
- Monterey Pine
- Oaks (Costal, Live, Shreve, Black Canyon)
- Oriental Pear
- Ornamental Pear
- Stone Fruit
- Sweet Birch
- Sweet Gum
- Tan Oaks
- White Pine
- White Cedar
Use in California limited to Oaks (Costal, Live, Shreve, Black Canyon)
|Active: *Mono- and di-potassium salts of Phosphorous Acid||45.8%|
*Equivalent to 3.35 lbs. Phosphorous Acid/gallon
Inject 2-4 ml every 4″ around the base (flare) of the tree. See label for details.
Note: Depending on type of bark, reduce the dosage per injection site to 1/2 ml per site and double the number of injection sites.
Do not prune back trees before injection as burning of new growth may occur. Do not inject trees in winter months.
Do not cut back the canopy of injected trees.
Timing of Whippet Injections
Injections can be made any time during the growing season but are more effective when made early in the season. Do not inject trees in winter months.