Bonide's Rose RX Systemic Drench protects entire plants, including new growth, against insects and diseases. Simply measure, mix and pour around the base of roses and shrubs, or sprinkle directly over the top of entire flowerbeds. Rain or watering does not wash away, provides long lasting protections of up to 6 weeks. One quart will treat up to 16 roses or other shrubs, or approx. 200 sq ft of flowerbed.
|Active Ingredient:||Imidacloprid 0.15%, Tebuconazole .80%, Aqueous/emulsion Diluent 99.05%|
|Target pests:||Japanese beetles, borers, aphids, black spot, powdery milder and other listed insects & diseases.|
|For use in:||Roses, flowers, and other ornamentals|
|Pet safe:||Yes when used as directed on the product label.|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK, HI, NY|
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September 5, 2011Karol from Shoreline, Washingtono asked:
QWhat are the mixing ratios for Bonide Rose RX Systemic Drench Concentrate?
AThe mixing ratios are as follows: ROSES: 2 fl oz (4 tbsp) per quart of water for each plant, FLOWER BEDS: 2 fl oz (4 tbsp) per 2 gallons of water to treat 12 sq ft, AZALEAS, CAMELLIAS, RODEDENDRONS, OTHER SHRUBS: 1 fl oz (2 tbsp) per quart of water to treat each foot of plant height. You can find all of the mixing instructions on the product label which we have linked in our answer but which is always available on our website on the Bonide Rose RX Systemic Drench Concentrate product page below the picture of the product.
August 7, 2011Jim from 17701 asked:
QCan bonide Rose Systemic Drench be used in a thermal fogger?
ANo, Bonide Rose RX Systemic Drench is meant to be applied as a soil drench only around rose bushes and other ornamentals so the root system will take up the product systemically. It is not intended for use out of a fogger.