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I was intrigued by the recent posts here of the use of Clearys 3336 as a
systemic fungicide, so looked for a source of it on the web. It seemed to be
available only in quantities for large scale application at costs ranging
from $69 to hundreds of dollars. Then I discovered that it can be obtained
in small quantity under the name of "thiomyl systemic" for an affordable
price. e.g.
http://shop.greenbarnorchid.com/addt...593&quantity=1
Just thought I'd pass this along here in case someone else encountered the
same problem.
Chuck Berlin



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On Thu, 22 May 2008 00:54:14 GMT, C. Berlin wrote:
I was intrigued by the recent posts here of the use of Clearys 3336 as a
systemic fungicide, so looked for a source of it on the web. It seemed to be
available only in quantities for large scale application at costs ranging
from $69 to hundreds of dollars. Then I discovered that it can be obtained
in small quantity under the name of "thiomyl systemic" for an affordable
price. e.g.
http://shop.greenbarnorchid.com/addt...593&quantity=1
Just thought I'd pass this along here in case someone else encountered the
same problem.
Chuck Berlin



Is this commonly refered to as Clearys 33?

Bob
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I ordered Cleary's through a local garden center. It was $65/quart. The
source Chuck gives, Green Barn, is a good outlet for a lot of stuff, by the
way.

For what it's worth, here's the label information from the Cleary's bottle:
Thiophanate-methyl (dimethyl 4,4-0-phenylenebis [3-thioallophanate]). I
don't know how that compares with thiomyl systemic. Never did pretend to be
a chemist.

Ping Ray!

Diana

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On Thu, 22 May 2008 00:54:14 GMT, C. Berlin wrote:
I was intrigued by the recent posts here of the use of Clearys 3336 as a
systemic fungicide, so looked for a source of it on the web. It seemed to
be
available only in quantities for large scale application at costs ranging
from $69 to hundreds of dollars. Then I discovered that it can be
obtained
in small quantity under the name of "thiomyl systemic" for an affordable
price. e.g.
http://shop.greenbarnorchid.com/addt...593&quantity=1
Just thought I'd pass this along here in case someone else encountered
the
same problem.
Chuck Berlin



Is this commonly refered to as Clearys 33?

Bob



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Google is your friend, Diana.

The thiomyl MSDS says that Cleary's 3336 WP is a synonym.

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I ordered Cleary's through a local garden center. It was $65/quart. The
source Chuck gives, Green Barn, is a good outlet for a lot of stuff, by the
way.

For what it's worth, here's the label information from the Cleary's
bottle: Thiophanate-methyl (dimethyl 4,4-0-phenylenebis
[3-thioallophanate]). I don't know how that compares with thiomyl
systemic. Never did pretend to be a chemist.

Ping Ray!

Diana

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On Thu, 22 May 2008 00:54:14 GMT, C. Berlin wrote:
I was intrigued by the recent posts here of the use of Clearys 3336 as a
systemic fungicide, so looked for a source of it on the web. It seemed
to be
available only in quantities for large scale application at costs
ranging
from $69 to hundreds of dollars. Then I discovered that it can be
obtained
in small quantity under the name of "thiomyl systemic" for an affordable
price. e.g.
http://shop.greenbarnorchid.com/addt...593&quantity=1
Just thought I'd pass this along here in case someone else encountered
the
same problem.
Chuck Berlin



Is this commonly refered to as Clearys 33?

Bob





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Yes, but you're my friend, too, and you're prettier than Google.

Diana

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Google is your friend, Diana.

The thiomyl MSDS says that Cleary's 3336 WP is a synonym.

--

Ray Barkalow - First Rays Orchids - www.firstrays.com
Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!


"Diana Kulaga" wrote in message
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I ordered Cleary's through a local garden center. It was $65/quart. The
source Chuck gives, Green Barn, is a good outlet for a lot of stuff, by
the way.

For what it's worth, here's the label information from the Cleary's
bottle: Thiophanate-methyl (dimethyl 4,4-0-phenylenebis
[3-thioallophanate]). I don't know how that compares with thiomyl
systemic. Never did pretend to be a chemist.

Ping Ray!

Diana

"Robert Lorenzini" wrote in message
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On Thu, 22 May 2008 00:54:14 GMT, C. Berlin wrote:
I was intrigued by the recent posts here of the use of Clearys 3336 as
a
systemic fungicide, so looked for a source of it on the web. It seemed
to be
available only in quantities for large scale application at costs
ranging
from $69 to hundreds of dollars. Then I discovered that it can be
obtained
in small quantity under the name of "thiomyl systemic" for an
affordable
price. e.g.
http://shop.greenbarnorchid.com/addt...593&quantity=1
Just thought I'd pass this along here in case someone else encountered
the
same problem.
Chuck Berlin



Is this commonly refered to as Clearys 33?

Bob









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