ZeroTol 2.0 knocks out harmful organisms that could damage turf, greenhouse fruit and vegetables, cannabis, nursery crops, and ornamentals. ZeroTol 2.0’s fast-acting oxidation process has broad-spectrum application. By incorporating ZeroTol 2.0 into an integrated pest program, and using it before pathogen emergence, it creates a more prepared growing operation.


ZeroTol 2.0 controls the following pathogens

Algae, Alternaria, Anthracnose, Aphanomyces, Bacterial spots and rots, Botrytis (grey mold), Downy mildew, Erwinia, Fusarium (root rot), Leaf spot, Phytophthora (blights, rots), Plasmopara, Powdery mildew, Pseudomonas, Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Rust, Scab, Smut, Thielaviopsis, Uncinula (powdery mildew), Xanthomonas, Wilts and blights, Ralstonia solanacearum (brown rot, bacterial wilt), Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (white mold), Tobacco mosaic

  • How to use ZeroTol 2.0
    ZeroTol 2.0 Application Rates
    Foliar spray 0.5–1.25 fl. oz./gallon. Use non-ionic spreader/sticker. Use lower rate more frequently on softer vegetation.
    Spray Intervals: 5–7 days
    Drench 0.5–1.25 fl. oz./gallon. Use non-ionic wetting agent.
    Spray Intervals: As needed to remove root zone infestation
    Mist propagation – continuous rate 25.6 fl. oz.–128 fl. oz./1,000 gallons
    Cutting dip 0.5 fl. oz./gallon. 45–60 seconds, air dry
    Turf 1.25–2.5 fl. oz./1,000 sq. ft. 2–3 gallon solution. Use non-ionic wetting agent to aid penetration and contact.
    Boom irrigation When using boom irrigation inject ZeroTol 2.0 as a continuous application at a rate of 1:2,500-1:5,000.
    Fogging ZeroTol 2.0 can be applied as an aerosol/fog using approved commercial cold or thermo fogging equipment. Use a rate of 5.0-16.0 fl. oz. of ZeroTol 2.0 per 10,000 sq. ft of greenhouse area mixed in 0.5-1.0 gallon of water.
    * Not approved for use in California
    Pre-plant dip Use 64 fl. oz. per 50 gallons of water, a dilution of 1:100. 2. Immerse plants or cuttings. Remove and allow to drain. Do not rinse.
    Nutrient/Reservoir tank Use at a rate of 1:2,000-1:10,000 (0.128-0.64 fl. oz per 10 gallons of water). Use lower rates (1:5,000 or less) for seedlings and/or plants with sensitive root systems. Recharge as needed when fresh water is added, or at least once every 5-7 days.