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Bonide Fruit Tree Spray is a liquid fruit tree spray concentrate containing insecticide, fungicide, aphicide, miticide, scalicide, and spreadersticker all in one solution. Simple to use, mixes instantly with water, no plugged nozzles, no pre-mixing or straining required. Excellent product for use by the home orchardist.
|Active Ingredient:||Captan - 12%
Malathion - 6%
Carbaryl - .3%
|Target pests:||Apple maggots, codling moths, Japanese beetles, leafhoppers, plum curculios, aphids, bud moth, Forbes scale, Eastern tent caterpillar, red banded leaf roller, mites, bitter rot, black rot, frogeye leaf spot, Botryosphaeria - white rot, botrytis rot, bullseye rot, Brooks fruit spot, flyspeck, cedar rust, Quine rust, scab, sooty blotch, cherry fruit flies, cherry fruit worms, black cherry aphid, fruit tree leaf roller, blossom blight and fruit rot, cherry leaf spot, flea beetles, grape leaf skeletonizers, rose chafers, grape berry moth, spider mites, mealybugs, downy mildew - grapeberries only, oriental fruit moth, green aphids, peach aphids, black cherry aphids, rusty plum aphids, rhizopus, coryneum blight, spittle bug, Clover mites, European red mites, two-spoted mites, Wilmette mites, pear slugs, Forbes scale, Putman scale, San Jose scale, unspotted tentiform leaf miner, yellow neck caterpillar|
|For use in:||Apples, Cherries, Grapes, Strawberries, Peaches, Roses, Evergreens and Flowers|
|Application:||Mix 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 tbs. per gal. of water
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||Approx. 12 - 21 gallons|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA|
|Shipping Weight:||1.16 lbs|
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14 of 17 people found this review helpful:
Didn't work with cherry fruit fly
By Yugin in Spokane WA on 03/13/2014
I tried it last year with cherry fruit fly control as per label but in the end all crop went to waste. Maybe upping 1.5X dosage will help but I will be looking for different product this year.
4 of 8 people found this review helpful:
terrific saving pumpkins
By Jim in New England on 07/17/2014
for three years cucumber beetles, powdery mildew & mites destroyed my pumpkins. I've been hesitant to be chemically aggressive. this year my pumpkin leaves began being eaten alive until I began using this product once per week. GREAT results so far although it's only mid-summer. I like that it says harvesting day of spraying is fine.
3 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Brown Rot on Peaches
By Donna in Carlisle, Pa. on 11/13/2014
I used it three years in a row and it did nothing for my peaches for brown rot. I had beautiful foliage but rotten peaches. I tried taking them off early but that didn't help and finally cut them down this fall.
2 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Hope it works
By Fruit in Chandler, Oklahoma on 03/01/2016
Product arrived in a timely manner and is as advertised. This company is top notch in service. I give the product 4 stars, not the company, because I am not yet sure of its efficacy, but based on its label, it is potent stuff. This is my first time to use it.
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QWhat is the best product for spraying peach and apple trees for insect control?
AWe carry a product called Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate that would be exactly what you need. Bonide Fruit Tree Spray is a liquid fruit tree spray concentrate containing insecticide, fungicide, aphicide, miticide, scalicide, and spreadersticker all in one solution. Simple to use, mixes instantly with water, no plugged nozzles, no pre-mixing or straining required.
QHow long after spraying Bonide Fruit Tree Spray do you have to wait before you can harvest the fruit?
ADepending on the fruit tree being sprayed, you will need to wait at least 14-21 days after the last application of Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate before harvesting the fruit.
04/19/2012 George from Beattie Kansas
QWhen can I spray my pear tree with Bonide Fruit Tree spray? It looks like it has leaf spot. I live in Kansas.
ABonide Fruit Tree Spray is not labeled for use on Pear trees. Neem oil would be a good alternative as it is labeled for most fruit trees and for leaf spot. We recommend you contact your local cooperative extension office to determine the best time to apply products for leaf spot on pear trees in your region as timing will vary greatly from one region to another.
06/09/2014 Cody from Wilkes-barre, Pa
QHow often do I use the fruit spray. Your instructions say twice a year but retreatment interval of seven days.
AAccording the manufacturer, this product has been EPA regulated to only use 2 times a year. The best time to apply to see best results is after the petal fall, then your 2nd application can be 3-4 weeks later. After you apply the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate it will kill for up to 1 week. If insects or disease is still present, you can apply a 2nd time. Bonide recommends alternating insecticides when treating to help prevent resistancy to active ingredients. You could alternate with a product such as Hi Yield Indoor/Outdoor 10% Permethrin Insecticide. You may contact Bonide at 315-736-8231 for further information.
QWill Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate kill ladybugs?
If so, how long after I have sprayed the trees, can I introduce ladybugs?
AYes, Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate will kill lady bugs as lady bugs share the same biological makeup as most other insects. You should wait at least 1 month before you introduce ladybugs onto trees that have been treated with Bonide Fruit Tree Spray.
04/24/2015 Mark from Webster City, Iowa
QIs Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate harmful to honey bees?
What negative effects to the honeybee occur when using this product? LD50 for bees?
A Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate is highly toxic to bees if applied to blooming plants.
04/26/2014 Craig from Goshen In.
Your spray chart Lists a lot of times to spray then says below only use 2 times per year so when do you use?? Thank you.
AWe are not sure which fruit you are spraying so we can't give you any accurate guidelines. Please email me and let me know what fruit you will be treating. Thank you!
02/27/2014 Barbara from Valley View Tx
QIs Bonide Fruit Tree Spray considered organic?
06/15/2013 Robert from Lexington,ohio
QHow pet friendly is Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate
we live at a dog bording kennel, and the apples on our over 100 year old tree are great, except for the bugs. we want to make sure it will not harm any of the dogs.
ABonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate is safe for people and pets after the treated has dried. Please contact us at 866-581-7378 if you have any further questions.
06/08/2012 Walter from Georgia
QBonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate looks like it's separated once mixed. Is this normal?
I've only been able to use for about 15 mins and the product looks like it separated from the water??
A The Bonide Fruit Tree spray is known to settle after diluting with water. According to the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray product label "shake sprayer occasionally or agitate to keep spray particles in suspension during application. It is recommended to thoroughly agitate the sprayer before using"
The Bonide Fruit Tree spray is known to settle after diluting with water. According to the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray product label "shake sprayer occasionally or agitate to keep spray particles in suspension during application. It is recommended to thoroughly agitate the sprayer before using"
06/08/2012 Ernest from Michigan
QIs it normal for Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate to settle in the bottle?
A It is normal for some of the ingredients in the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray to settle to the bottom of the bottle. According to the product label: Shake product thoroughly before use. Contains micronic particles which settle upon standing and require re-blending by agitation. The manufacturer has also informed us that adding a little warm (but not hot) water to the concentrate bottle and shaking/agitating will help to break up any settling at the bottom.
It is normal for some of the ingredients in the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray to settle to the bottom of the bottle. According to the product label: Shake product thoroughly before use. Contains micronic particles which settle upon standing and require re-blending by agitation.
The manufacturer has also informed us that adding a little warm (but not hot) water to the concentrate bottle and shaking/agitating will help to break up any settling at the bottom.
05/30/2012 Carl from Grand Junction, Co
QHow many applications per year can I make on apples when using the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate?
04/20/2012 Darrell from Lima, Ohio
QIs Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate good for killing Bagworms on blue spruce?
ABonide Fruit Tree spray is labeled to be used on blue spruce trees for bagworm control.
QIn central Ohio, when should I start spraying my apple trees and roses with Bonide Fruit Tree Spray?
AYou did not indicate what you are trying to treat for so we can not give you a definitive answer. We will say that it is usually easier to prevent plant disease and plant damaging insects than it is to get rid of them after they have started damaging your plants so treatments should begin early. We recommend that you contact your local cooperative extension office and speak to the master gardener on staff. The master gardener is very well versed on the local flora and fauna in your region and will be able to tell you the proper time to start treatments on your plants.
QWill the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate kill slugs around hostas?
ANo. Slugs and snails are protected by the mucus they excrete and they are rarely killed by liquid insecticides. We do carry poison baits that are geared specifically for slugs and snails. You can find all of our snail and slug products by following this link: Snail and Slug Control