ZeroTol 2.0 Reduces Bacterial Blight In Lilacs
BioSafe Systems’ ZeroTol 2.0 has been proven to reduce bacterial blight on contact. Bacterial blight is a vicious disease for many ornamental crops and it causes small black or brown spots on leaves and stems of plants.
A 2012 research study conducted by Oregon State University evaluated the effectiveness of ZeroTol 2.0 against bacterial blight in lilacs. In one evaluation, results found that ZeroTol 2.0 significantly reduced bacterial blight incidence by up to 65 percent. Similarly, the disease severity (shoots with 50 percent blight) was reduced by 60-90 percent in ZeroTol 2.0 treated bushes.
ZeroTol 2.0 is a broad-spectrum bactericide/fungicide that increases plant health and reduces losses. ZeroTol 2.0’s active ingredients, H2O2 and PAA, work in unison as a contact chemistry to reduce populations of dormant spores and active disease organisms.
For more information on how ZeroTol 2.0 controls bacterial blight, contact BioSafe Systems at 888-273-3088.