Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate

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Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate

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.




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  • 14 of 17 people found this review helpful:

    2 of 5 stars  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.

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  • 4 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  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.

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    1 of 5 stars  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.

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  • 2 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  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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03/19/2011 John

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.

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04/03/2011 Darlene

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.

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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.

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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.

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06/22/2011 Kari

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.

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10/07/2016 Roy from Royal Oaks, California

QCan Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate be used on Apricot Trees and if so when?
Bonide: Citrus Fruit & Nut Orchard Spray Concentrate.

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Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate is not labeled to be applied to Apricot trees.

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05/30/2016 Joe from Midland, Michigan

QCan I spray fruit trees in direct sunlight with the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate?
I see the instructions recommend spraying in the early morning or evening when the winds are calm and it's not in the heat of the day. My question is, if I spray early in the morning on a sunny day, will direct sunlight on the oily leaves harm the tree? How soon before the sun gets hot do I need to spray? Thank you.

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As long as you are not applying the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray†in the heat of the day then spraying when sunlight is hitting directly on the trees will not harm it. That being said, if you have the option to spray when there is no direct sunlight on the tree (typically more in the late evening) then that is a preferred time to spray.†

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05/29/2016 Charissa from Orting Wa

QWhen should I spray the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray on apples and cherries in central Washington?

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Since you did not mention what you were treating for on apples and cherries we cannot give you an accurate answer to your needs. However you can contact your local Master Gardeners office for better advice specific to your region for applying products to those trees and whatever pest or disease you may be treating for. You can find your local Master Gardener by following the link below and selecting your state and region.†

http://www.ahs.org/gardening-resources/master-gardeners

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05/23/2016 Rosemarie from Bedford, Ky

QMy 24" blooming peas & 2 tomato plants got hit with Bonide Fruit Tree spray. Are they damaged now?
I have peas planted in a row behind a fruit tree row and they got wet with the Bonide Fruit Tree spray. The peas are blooming now. Should I pull them out? Are they damaged? I don't want to eat them if the Fruit Tree Spray is poisonous to them. THANK YOU!

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Although†Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate is not labeled to be applied to peas or tomatoes, it is not necessarily something that would be harmful.† We would recommend contacting the manufacturer directly to see what they would recommend.† You can reach Bonide by calling 315-736-8231.†

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05/19/2016 John from Pelham, Al

QWhat should I use to treat apple trees / apples - preventive?
No visible issues yet but want to know best practices to prevent issues as apples grow.

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Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate is a great product used for preventative and curative fungus, insects, etc. on apple trees. Be sure to check the label with regards to when the product can be used and at what mixing ratio.†

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05/05/2016 Melissa from Tacoma

QCan I treat my fruit trees after the blooms are gone & when there is fruit starting to form?
I live in Seattle wa. & have 1 plum tree which is by itself, 1 Apple tree, 1 mixed up tree with both apples & pears on it & 1 asian pear tree which are all lined up with limbs touching. It's the beginning of May, I'm not sure if that would be considered early spring or ? My question is can I use bonide fruit tree spray after there's no more pink flower bloom & the fruit has started to form? Fruit is very little still. If I can use how many treatments should I do & when? And since branches are touching each other can I prune right now, same time as spraying? They all produce a lot of fruit. but from the bugs & so much disease we cannot eat the fruit. Thanks for any info you can provide.

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Bonide Fruit Tree Spray can be used at green tip, pre bloom, full pink, petal fall, 1st Cover and 2nd Cover. We would not recommend doing the treatments until specified per the label.†

Once an apple tree has filled in and is bearing fruit, it requires regular, moderate†pruning.

  • Prune your mature tree when it is dormant. Completely cut away overly vigorous, upright stems (most common high up in the†tree).
  • Remove weak twigs (which often hang from the undersides of†limbs.
  • Shorten stems that become too droopy, especially those low in the†tree.
  • After about ten years, fruiting spurs (stubby branches that elongate only about a half-inch per year) become overcrowded and decrepit. Cut away some of them and shorten†others.
  • When a whole limb of fruiting spurs declines with age, cut it back to make room for a younger†replacement.

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04/26/2016 Pam from Manson, Ia

QHow do you clean out spray tank after use of Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate?
Leaves a white residue on inside of tank

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You should be sure to shake the sprayer occasionally or agitate to keep spray particles of Bonide Fruit Tree Spray in suspension during application. †This would help prevent or reduce†a buildup inside the tank. Use clean water in a triple rinse method. †You could also use a tank cleaner like the Prime Source Tank Cleaner Select

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04/22/2016 Pam from Manson, Iowa

QHow do I clean out my spray tank after using Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate?

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The proper technique for cleaning out a sprayer no matter what product is used would be the triple rinse. No special soaps or cleaning chemicals are needed. Simply put clean water in the tank, shake it well, pump the clean water through the nozzle some, dump out the remaining water, and repeat 2 more times. You can also use a Spray Tank Cleaner if you are using the same equipment for multiple kinds of products.

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04/16/2016 Rita from Staunton

QIs Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate harmful to honey bees?

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We would not recommend spraying Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate when bees are actively foraging. It should be fine once the product has dried completely. Keep in mind that this is an insecticide, as well as a miticide, fungicide, aphicide, and scalicide all in one. It does have the potential to harm beneficial creatures.

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04/11/2016 Russell from Wind Gap, Pa

QWhy does it say no more than 2 applications per year for apples on the spray schedule
when in your freq asked questions it says 8

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Per the label you should only apply twice a year with the†Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate.†We do apologize for any confusion and have updated the incorrect Q&A you saw.

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