All Season Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil is a self-emulsifying spray oil composed of superior highly parafinic oil that may be used during all seasons, at the dormant stage (no leaves), delayed dormant stage (green tip stage), and the growing seaons as spray to control overwintering eggs of insects such as mealybugs, aphids, leafminers and other listed insects. For use on fruit and shade trees, shrubs, ornamentals, vegetables and roses.
|Active Ingredient:||Petroleum Oil (Parafinic Oil) 98.8%|
|Target pests:||Thrips, Mites, Sawfly eggs, Scales, Aphids, Mealybugs, Beetle Larvae, Leafminers, Leafhopper, Whitefly, Gall, Adelgids, Scale insects, Red Spider Mites, Bud Moth, Leaf Roller, Red Bug, Codling Moth Larvae, Adult Psylla, Blister Mites|
|For use in:||Fruit Trees, Citrus Trees, Shade Trees, Vegetables, Ornamentals, Shrubs, Roses, Houseplants, Home Greenhouses|
|Application:||2 1/2 - 8 oz per gallon of water for a 2 - 7% Oil Solution
Spray plants thoroughly, including the undersides of the leaves
Horticultural oils kill insects by smothering them, so complete coverage is essential
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||Approx. 4 - 12 gallons|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||DC|
|Manufactured By:||Bonide (UPC: 037321002109)|
For Organic Gardening
CONTROLS scale insects, mealybugs, apple aphids, european red spider mites, leafminers, leaf rollers (redbanded, obliquebanded, fruittree), light brown apple moth and other insects listed on this label ... USE on pears, cherries, peaches, asparagus, corn, peppers, roses, and other crops as listed on this label.
ALL SEASONS HORTICULTURAL AND DORMANT SPRAY OIL is a self-emulsifying spray oil, composed of paraffinic oil with emulsifier and spreader sticker, which envelop, wet and smother over wintering eggs of european red spider mites, adelgids, scale insects, apple aphids (except rosy aphids), bud moth, leaf roller (redbanded, obliquebanded, fruittree), light brown apple moth, red bug, codling moth larvae, psylla (adults), blister mites, galls, whitefly larvae and mealybugs on fruit trees, shade trees, vegetables, ornamentals, shrubs and roses.
ALL SEASONS HORTICULTURAL AND DORMANT SPRAY OIL may be used at the DORMANT STAGE (before buds show green tissue), GREEN TIP STAGE (when leaves of blossom buds are bursting and show about 1/8 to 1/4 inch of green color), DELAYED DORMANT STAGE (when the leaves of the blossom buds are out from ¼ to ½ inch), and during the GROWING SEASON.
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8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
All seasons dormant oil
By Joseph in Cameron Mills NY on 04/20/2013
It's a fine product easy and safe to work with. It is easily miscible with water and does not clog any nozzles at any setting. I like the safety of this product the most as occasionally we spray where we shouldn't. Unlike petroleum products which are very harsh and damage tender parts easily this is very forgiving and best of all can be used safely when used cautiously all season long. Next time we'll buy locally and save $15 on the gallon.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Easy to use, effective, too!
By in virginia on 06/04/2013
We have scale infecting our laurels and this is a great product to use for their control.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
All Seasons Spray Oil
By J in St Simons Island, GA on 02/15/2013
I have used Bonide All Seasons Spray Oil in the past. It is the best thing to use in the spring when the azaleas begin to bloom to protect from bugs. I normally use it about twice a year. It is a great product.
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By Ryan in New Orleans on 10/16/2014
I had scale bugs on my Oleander and it got rid of them all with one spray
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By Dave in Stanwood, Wa on 01/14/2015
All Seasons spray oil is easy to use. This product works very well on fruit trees as well as ornamentals to cover a variety of issues.
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07/24/2012 Sonja from Hayfield, Minnesota
QIs the all seasons oil spray harmfull to honey bees?
ABonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil should not be harmful to honey bees as long as it is not sprayed while the bees are actively foraging in the area.
03/15/2012 Elizabeth from Long Island Ny
QCan I use All Seasons Spray (Bonide) oil on a red Maple?
They have a warning on it while dormant spray is recommended as the best solution to spider mites.
AIt is not recommended that you use Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray oil on Red Maples as they may be damaged by the oil. Red Maples are very sensitive to oils, soaps and other insecticides and for this reason we do not make product recommendations for this type of tree. You should contact a local arborist in your area for product recommendations.
03/20/2012 Susan from Gaylesville, Al
QWill spraying on trees & shrubs harm birds?
AWe have not had any reports that using Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil on trees and shrubs will harm birds. We do recommend that you contact the manufacturer as they may have more information on any issues concerning birds being affected by this product. You can reach Bonide by calling 800-424-9300
03/24/2013 Brian from Watertown Ct.
QHow much Bonide All Seasons Spray Oil do I put in a one gallon pump sprayer?
fruit trees while dormant?
A The mixture rate will vary depending on the type of fruit tree and pest you are treating. I have included a link to the product label instructions so you can see the mixture rates needed for your use: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/msds/Bonide_All-Seasons_Horticultural_Oil_Label.pdf
The mixture rate will vary depending on the type of fruit tree and pest you are treating. I have included a link to the product label instructions so you can see the mixture rates needed for your use:
08/26/2014 Dee from North Royalton, Ohio
QI need the instructions for mixing Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil.
A Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
10/07/2013 Joe from Matawan N.j.
QCan Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil be applied to Hibiscus shrubs?
Can I use this products on my winter hardy hibiscus plants
ABonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil can be applied to Hibiscus shrubs in any season. Please be sure to review the product label.
08/21/2011 David from Masssena, Ny
QWhen is the best time to apply Bonide All Season Horticultural Spray Oil for red galls on a sugar maple?
when would you apply this product to a maple tree infected with red galls? I know the galls don't harm the tree but I don't like the way that it looks.
AApplication timing will vary from region to region. We recommend contacting your local cooperative extension office and speaking to the master gardener on staff. The master gardener can you usually provide your with the best application times in your region.
04/22/2014 Cindy from Warren, Oh
QWhat ingredients are in this product? I have found other oils to burn my plants leaves
AThe Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil is 98.8% Petroleum Oil.
09/01/2015 Donald from Laplace, La
QCan I use Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil on satsumas? If so, what is the mixing ratio?
A Yes, Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil can be used on citrus plants, such as satsumas. The mixing ratio is 2 1/2 fl. oz. per gallon of water.
Yes, Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil can be used on citrus plants, such as satsumas. The mixing ratio is 2 1/2 fl. oz. per gallon of water.
QWill Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil help with grass browning/thinning?
ABonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil is not labeled for use on grass. We recommend contacting your local cooperative extension office and describing the problem to the master gardener on staff. He/She should be able to help you identify the cause of browning/thinning and they should be able to help you select the correct product for your needs.
03/08/2016 Dale from West Middlesex, Pa
QWill rain wash off Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil?
How much drying time is needed before rain?