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Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is a broad spectrum systemic fungicide that provides both curative and peventive action. The systemic nature of Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control prevents it from being washed off by rain or watering and lasts for up to 4 weeks. Use Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control on flowers, roses, trees, shrubs, and lawns. Improves rooting of turf and the color of woody shrubs. Not for use with edibles.
|Active Ingredient:||Propicanizole - 1.55%|
|Target pests:||Black spot, dollar spot, rust, brown patch, powdery mildew, leaf spot, and more foliage diseases listed on the label.|
|For use in:||Flowers, Roses, Trees, Shrubs and Lawns|
|Application:||1/2 teaspoon per gallon of water
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||DC, HI|
|Shipping Weight:||1.21 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Bonide (Mfg. Number: 148)|
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04/26/2015 James from Portland, Or
QWhat is the correct mix for Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control on hydrangeas with anthracnose?
I can't find hydrangeas listed on the label, can I use Infuse on them? If so, what is the dilution ratio?
AYes, you may use Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control on hydrangeas as they are a species of shrub. You would mix 1 Tablespoon (½ fl. oz.) per gallon of water and apply every 14-28 days.
04/07/2014 Bill from Katy, Texas 77494
QIs the Bonide Infuse Systemic Disease Control safe to use on Nandina Shrubs
ABonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control will not harm Nandina Shrubs. You just would not want to apply Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control to any edible plants.
07/26/2013 Harold from Aquebogue, N Y
QWhat is the coverage area of Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control?
AThis would depend on what and where you are treating. For example to treat lawns for Brown Patch you would add 5 oz Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control into one gallon of water to treat 250 sq. feet. Please follow the product label for application.
08/21/2014 Bob from Vernon Hills, Il
QTreatment for Magnolia Scales
I want to apply Infuse to ward off magnolia scale. My plant is about 10' tall and 20+ years old. I understand that I can pour a mixture of infuse into a 1-gallon bucket of water and pour this within an 18" circle around the base of the miniature tree as a "root-absorbing" application once a year...preferably in the early spring. How much Infuse (ie, Tbs) should I use for this amount of water?
05/28/2014 Dan from Mt. Sinai, Ny
QIs Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control good for Bagworm control
ABonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is a fungicide not labeled for bagworms. Please see our Bagworm Control page . It is important to treat before they emerge from their overwintering bag.
04/23/2014 Tom from Campton Hills,il 60175
QIs Bonide Infuse Disease Control used to stop crabs from losing leaves in middle of summer?
AI'm sorry, we don't fully understand what plant and disease you are referring to. Please give us a call at 866-581-7378 so that we may assist you better.
08/09/2014 Jan from Yorklyn De
QIs this product approved for use on wine grapes? If so, how soon after spraying can the grapes be tasted?
Grape varieties are French-American hybrids.
A No, Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is not labeled for use on grapes. We would recommend you speaking to your local master gardener with the type of grapes you have. Here is the link: Please let us know if you have any addtional questions.
No, Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is not labeled for use on grapes. We would recommend you speaking to your local master gardener with the type of grapes you have. Here is the link:
Please let us know if you have any addtional questions.
03/11/2016 Jesse from East Lansing
QWhat is the mixing rate for powdery mildew on Cannabis?
A Unfortunately, Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is not specifically labeled for cannabis, therefore, we are unable to provide mixing or use instructions for Cannabis. We recommend that you contact your local Cooperative Extension Office†or Bonide at 800-536-8231 for further advise.
Unfortunately, Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is not specifically labeled for cannabis, therefore, we are unable to provide mixing or use instructions for Cannabis. We recommend that you contact your local Cooperative Extension Office†or Bonide at 800-536-8231 for further advise.
06/21/2014 Greg from Sandia Park, Nm
QWhat dosage Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control should I use on my Quaking Aspens for fungal spot infections?
AYou want to mix 1/2 tsp Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control per gallon water for spot treatments.
05/24/2014 Michael from Upper Marlboro, Md.
QHow to properly operate sprayer; not clear on how sprayer should operate
Connected hose to sprayer and energized hose; water flowed (from front and side of nozzle) but after 10 minutes of use I used no product. I am not sure how to turn the nozzle to use product.
AWe apologize that you are having trouble with your hose end sprayer. Unless our inventory has changed in our warehouse and we have not updated our picture, we do not carry the Ready To Spray version of the product to be able to accurately help you. You can reach the manufacturer Bonide at 315-736-8231 for troubleshooting.
06/13/2015 Bill from Egg Harbow Twp., New Jersey
QCan Bonide Infuse be used on Holly trees
I have a large Holly tree about 14ft. high and it shows black on the trunk and wood branches but still making new leaves not sure what is wrong.
ABonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control could be used on holly trees. We could not guarantee the effectiveness becuase we do not know exactly what we are treating for. Please contact your Cooperative Extension Office and speak with the Master Gardener on duty for 100% ID of this pest or disease.
07/05/2014 Dawn from Shirley, Ny
QCan I use Bonide Infuse Systemic Disease Control on Arborvitae trees? If so, how much do I use?