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Hi-Yield Dormant Spray with Paraffinic Oil controls a variety of Scale, Mites, Fruit Tree Leaf Rollers, Pear Psylla, Fall Armyworms, and Whiteflies on shrubs, ornamentals, fruit trees, and shade trees. Use Hi-Yield Dormant Spray on fruit trees during Dormant Season, or use on ornamentals any time. Dormant Spray should be applied in late afternoon or early morning and may be mixed with other insecticides or fungicides (excluding products containing Sulphur). Effective for pests such as Juniper Scale on Junipers, Azalea Scale on Azaleas, Scale on Citrus Trees, Rose Scale on Roses, Obscure Scale on Pecans, and San Jose Scale on Peaches, Plums, Pears, and Apple Trees.
DO NOT use Hi-Yield Dormant Spray when temperatures exceed 85 degrees F. DO NOT tank mix with products containing Sulphur. Dormant Spray may cause damage to house plants such as ferns or ivy.
|Active Ingredient:||mineral oil - 98.8%|
|Target pests:||Scale, Mites, Fruit Tree Rollers, Pear Psylla, Whiteflies, Fall Armyworms
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Ornamentals, Flowering Shrubs, Shade Trees, Fruit Trees
* See label for complete list
|Application:||Ornamentals: 3 tablespoons (1.5 oz.) per gallon of water
Fruit Trees: 6 tablespoons (3 oz.) per gallon of water
*Do not apply when temperature exceeds 85 degrees F
* See label for compete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||1 quart yields 21 gallons for ornamentals or 10 gallons for fruit trees|
|Shipping Weight:||1.95 lbs|
Hi-Yield Dormant Spray Oil controls a variety of Scale, Mites, Fruit Tree Leaf Rollers, Pear Psylla, Fall Armyworms, and Whiteflies on shrubs, ornamentals, fruit trees, and shade trees. Use Hi-Yield Dormant Spray on fruit trees during Dormant Season, or use on ornamentals any time. Dormant Spray should be applied in late afternoon or early morning and may be mixed with other insecticides or fungicides (excluding products containing Sulphur). Effective for pests such as Juniper Scale on Junipers, Azalea Scale on Azaleas, Scale on Citrus Trees, Rose Scale on Roses, Obscure Scale on Pecans, and San Jose Scale on Peaches, Plums, Pears, and Apple Trees.
- DO NOT use Hi-Yield Dormant Spray when temperatures exceed 85 degrees F.
- DO NOT tank mix with products containing Sulphur.
- Dormant Spray may cause damage to house plants such as ferns or ivy.
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Hi-Yield Dormant Oil
By Sam in Live Oak, FL on 10/13/2011
Great product, perfect container size, arrived quickly
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Dormant Spray Oil - Gallon
By Maryjo in Estes Park on 07/02/2014
This is the second time I have ordered this product from DoMyOwnPestControl.com. It is very effective in removing scale from our evergreens, and is much more economical and convenient than hiring it done. It is easy to order online and is mailed out immediately.
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By Donald in Goldendale, WA on 03/01/2013
Good product. Great service! Easy to order on the Internet. Prompt delivery.
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zap em' !
By Jay in saint george, utah 84790 on 03/23/2013
i used the dormant spray oil six times on my apple trees as the were infected with a moth that kills the fruit , i mixed it with malathion , i'll have to wait til this summer to see if it worked ?
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By Oldretiredguy in Soap Lake Wash on 03/28/2016
It was a good price!! Shipment was fast !! Good transaction !!!! Thanks
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Dormant Spray Oil
By Nina in Brooklyn, NY on 12/11/2011
I did use the dormant oil on my Maple tree. However, it is too soon to find out the result. I will not know the result until next spring/summer. I hope this product is the right product to treat the Maple tree.
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04/06/2013 Kathleen from Salt Lake City, Ut
QWhat dosage of Dormant Spray Oil should I use with hose end sprayer?
APer the Dormant Oil product label: Ornamentals: 3 tablespoons (1.5 oz.) per gallon of water, Fruit Trees: 6 tablespoons (3 oz.) per gallon of water.
QWhen do I use the Dormant Spray? What month, time and how much for scales on fruit trees?
You say dormant, what is it? When the tree stops having fruit or while the tree has very small oranges? I have scales on the tree now.
ADormant seasons are the times of the year when trees are not actively growing. This will vary from region to region and by type of tree. We recommend that you contact your local cooperative extension office and ask for information on the type of tree you are treating and the time of year it is dormant (almost all trees are actively growing now in the USA). We can tell you that Bonide All Season Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil can be used anytime of the year and is labeled for use on orange trees to control scale insects. Be sure to read and follow the Bonide All Season Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil product label to be sure it fits your needs.
10/04/2011 Bill from Lima, Ohio
QWhat is the best product for peach leaf curl in Ohio?
AWe carry a couple of products that are labeled for peach curl, Docket DF containing Chlorothalonil and Bonide Copper Liquid Fungicide which contains Copper Octanoate (Copper Soap). We recommend you contact your local cooperative extension office and speak to the master gardener on staff to find out what has worked best for others in your region and also the best time to apply the fungicides.
09/11/2014 Barbara from Pulaski, Tn
QDose Dormant Spray Oil work on Bagworms over the Winter or only before breeding in the fall?
Will this sufficate the eggs of bagworms if I spray in early Fall?
AThe Dormant Spray Oil is actually not labeled for bagworms so we cannot recommend it be used for this pest. The eggs are actually very protected by the bag they are layed it so no chemical will actually be able to kill them in this stage. The best time to treat is in the Spring when the larvae hatch and before they form the bag as an adult. Please take a moment to read over our Bagworm Control article.
03/17/2015 Jen from Elmhurst, Il
QShould I get rid of bagworms myself?
I have a large row of arbor vitae and 3 died last summer due to bagworm infestation. Do I pay a company $240 (dormant oil and 3 follow up treatments) or is it easy enough to do myself. The trees are about 12 feet tall.
AYou certainly can do your own pest control using professional products. Bagworm treatment on Arborvitae starts with treating in June or shortly after egg hatch. We would recommend the Hi Yield Dormant Oil.
11/11/2014 Jack from Michigan
QIs it okay to use this product as an anti desicant?
AWe are unsure of what you mean by anti-dessicant. However, the Dormant Spray Oil is a suffocant and works by suffocating the labeled insects.
03/21/2015 Pat from Idaho Falls, Idaho
QIf Dormant Spray Oil spray gets on my white vinyl fence will it stain it?
ASince Dormant Spray Oil is oil based it could stain the fence.
03/06/2016 Ben from Studio City, Ca
QWill Dormant Spray Oil work against white scale on my passion fruit tree?
03/10/2015 Laura from Brevard, Nc
QWill it kill plants if accidentally used in too high of a concentration?
I sprayed in on my packasandra two days ago and it seems to be turning yellow. I did not calculate the concentration correctly and overdid it.
AThere is a risk of damage or death when Dormant Spray Oil is not used according to the label instructions.
09/17/2013 John from Hendersonville, Nc
QWhat is a good defense against rhododendron stem borer that would work this time of year?
AControl of rhododendron stem borer is difficult because the adults move around freely, often laying eggs under plants on which they have not chewed. By the time root damage is noticed, it is too late to save the plant. Cutting off and burning infested stems as soon as they are noticed in the growing season is recommended for control. Dormant oil spray like Hi Yield Dormant Oil Spray can be applied to kill overwintering nymphs prior to new plant growth. Summer oil, like Fertilome Liquid Carbaryl can be used in mid-June or early July for the crawlers.