Fruits & Vegetables

70% Neem Oil
All Natural 3 in 1 Garden Insect Spray
All Natural Mite and Insect Control RTU
All Natural Snail & Slug Spray RTU
Bi-Carb Old Fashioned Fungicide
Bloom & Root Plant Food (10-52-8)
Bug Buster II
Bug Buster II RTS
Bug Buster-O
Citrus Leafminer Trap & Lure
Codling Moth Trap & Lure
Dr. Iron®
Foli-Cal®
Foli-Cal® RTU
Fruit Tree & Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench
Fruit Tree Spray Plus
Honey Bee Attractant
Lady Bug Attractant
Liqui-Cop®
Mark-It Blue
Monterey - Nature's Own Spray Helper
Monterey Ant Control
Monterey B.t.
Monterey B.t. RTU
Monterey Complete Disease Control Brand
Monterey Complete Disease Control Brand RTU
Monterey Garden Insect Spray
Monterey Garden Insect Spray RTU
Monterey Horticultural Oil
Monterey Liquid Copper Fungicide RTU
Monterey Neem Oil RTU
Monterey Nematode Control
Monterey Perc-O-Late Plus
Olive Fruit Fly Trap & Lure
Peach Tree Borer Trap & Lure
Sluggo®
Sluggo® AG
Sluggo® Plus
Take Down Garden Spray
Take Down Garden Spray RTU
Tomato Blossom Spray RTU
TriTek
Vegetable & Ornamental Weeder
Vegetable Garden Soil Insecticide
Yellow Sticky Traps

Liqui-Cop®

Liqui-Cop®

ItemQuantity 
8 oz. $11.11
Pint $13.50
Quart $21.30
Gallon $60.00
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Additional Product Information

Liqui-Cop is a copper Fungicide Garden Spray.

Controls Many Diseases Attacking Citrus, Fruits, Nuts, Vegetables and Ornamentals.

The control of diseases with fungicides is based on prevention

Plant surfaces must be completely covered with the fungicide to successfully prevent infection. Copper pesticides are considered preventative, not curative, of plant diseases. 

Use the highest indicated rate when disease incidence is high or expected to be, depending on rainfall and temperature. The lower rate is suitable for general preventive sprays under normal conditions.

Since weather conditions and disease incidence vary, consult your Agricultural Extension Service for timing and initial application.

Note: When battling plant diseases, it's advisable to talk to an expert who can identify specific disease problems and solutions. Your local Agricultural Extension Agent, or trained horticulturalist at a local nursery can prove very helpful.