Ed Rosenthal Zero Tolerance?

I I have a gallon of the zero tolerance fungicide and pesticide. I have been searching online for any reviews regarding this product. I am just curious if anyone has used this product and would like to know the results. I plan on using it this inside grow as a preventative measure. Any insight would be helpful.IMG_20200611_181120_01.jpg
 

rollitup

Forum Admin
Staff member
Yes, I've used it. Ed is a friend and he gave me a gallon when he first came out with it. Back then it was a mix of 5 botanical oils, and I found that it was good at preventing pests, but not so good as a fungicide. Since then Ed has added potassium bicarbonate to better defeat fungus, so now it is a more complete organic pesticide/fungicide.

:mrgreen:
 

Federucci

Well-Known Member
I have been meaning to try it. I have been successful in keeping pests away with sprinkling DE around the pots, using israelensis bacteria in the top soil to eat eggs and larvae, and I have found that using azamax as a systemic insecticide has worked. I even got one of those ultrasonic pest control units and it seems to be working, but it's only been on for a week or so. Curious to see your results with this stuff. As the old people say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
 
Thanks guys! This last crop that I had got infected with PM. I cleaned everything with physan 20. Now I added a filtration unit with a uv light. I hope the ZT fungicide keeps it off the plants.
 

Ganjamandan77

Active Member
Yes, I've used it. Ed is a friend and he gave me a gallon when he first came out with it. Back then it was a mix of 5 botanical oils, and I found that it was good at preventing pests, but not so good as a fungicide. Since then Ed has added potassium bicarbonate to better defeat fungus, so now it is a more complete organic pesticide/fungicide.

:mrgreen:
You know Ed? Cool beans! I learned a lot from reading Ask Ed.
 
>
Top