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Hello fellow robins,
   Would someone please tell me if Eagle Fungicide has been effective against
leat spot.  What dose do you use, how often do you have to use it, and how
long does it have to be on to be effective  before it rains again? ( A real
concern here in 
Northern California this year)  Also does it go by a trade name other than
The active ingredient is Myclobutanil in case you know it by a different name
than Eagle.  Thank you in advance for any and all help.
Kelly Mitchell and Fred Kerr Rainbow Acres Zone 9 Just north of Sacramento

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