Steve from Hartland Wi. writes,
Do you have anything to control grape phylloxera?
My small vineyard (24 vines) is starting to become infested with phylloxera. Do you have a recommendation for treating this safely? I currently spray with Sevin to control Japanese beetles and will begin a fungicide to prevent Black Rot in the spring. Can any of these treatments be combined?
We would recommend using Bayer Advanced Natria Multi-Insect Control for use on Roses, Flowers, Fruits and Vegetables to treat for grape phylloxera. You will use 4 teaspoons per quart of water. You will spray thoroughly until the plant is wet. You can repeat treatments 1-2 weeks if needed. You can do the treatments simultaneously. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
Answer last updated on: 08/04/2014