Has anybody played around with options enough to feel that you can say one product is definitively better than others? Spruce trees came out a couple of weeks ago up here, so I've done round 1 - looking. I have been using Chlorothalonil, but that label switched from signal word "Caution" to "Warning". I try to avoid that if possible...both for applicator health, but when a client asks "how toxic is the spray you are using" I like to explain the 3 signal words found on products and that the one I am using is the "lowest" of those 3... Can't do that with Chlorothalonil any longer. I also like to switch fungicides to avoid building a resistant population. I do see some recommendations on some Extension factsheets for Thiophanate-methyl (Cleary's 2226). That still has a "caution label" (but when you put the 2 together, you get a "Warning" signal word...). Open to other suggestions. (didn't get much action on the Buzz, so we'll see if it does here...) Thanks!