Fruit Tree and Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench is a concentrated insecticide to be mixed and applied as a soil drench to combat aphids, cucumber beetles, leaf hoppers, thrips, whiteflies, Colorado potato beetles, flea beetles, Japanese beetles, mealy bugs, scales, and other leaf-leaf feeding insects. You can use Fruit Tree and Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench on citrus, apple, peach, and plum trees, tomatoes, carrots, peppers, melons, cucumbers, herbs, and some berries. Just mix this product with water (following ratios on package) and apply to soil near base of plant. One treatment will last an entire season.
|Active Ingredient:||Imidacloprid - 0.235%|
|Target pests:||Aphids, cucumber beetles, leaf hoppers, thrips, whiteflies, Colorado potato beetles, flea beetles, Japanese beetles, sharpshooters, mealybugs, scales, Asian citrus psyllid, spittle bugs and other leaf feeding insects |
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Use on listed fruit and nut trees, inlcuding citrus, apple, peach, cherry, and plum; and onlisted vegetables including tomatoes, carrots, peppers, melons, cucumbers, herbs; and on listed berries including strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, grapes and vegetables|
|Application:||Vegetables, Herbs, Berries and Grapes: 1/2 oz per 1 qt of water per 10 sq. ft. |
Fruit Trees: The amount is determined by the distance from the trunk to the drip line
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label - Safe once dry|
|Yield:||32 oz. Treats 640 sq. ft. of Vegetables or up to 9 Fruit Trees with a Canopy Width of 10 ft.|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||DC, DE, MA, ME, NE, NH, RI|
|Manufactured By:||Monterey Lawn & Garden (UPC: 022179103788)|
Imidicloprid dissolved in water and applied to soil is absorbed by the roots. Once absorbed, it moves through the entire plant to protect against insects. This systemic soil drench also moves into and protects new growth after application. To control listed insects, the insecticide must distribute completely throughout the plant. Depending on the size and health of the plant, this may take one week to three months (for very large trees). Rain or water cannot wash off the imidacloprid inside the plant.
- Apply Once for Season-long Control
- Mix in Water and Pour Around Plant Base
- Controls Aphids, Leafhoppers, Whiteflies, Foliage Feeding Thrips and Other Listed Insects
- For Use on Listed Fruit and Nut Trees, including Citrus, Apple, Peach, Cherry, and Plum; and on Listed Vegetables, including Tomatoes, Carrots, Peppers, Melons, Cucumbers, Herbs; and on Listed Berries including Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries and Grapes
- 32 oz. Size Treats 640 sq. ft. of Vegetables
- 32 oz. Size Treats up to 9 Fruit Trees with a Canopy Width of 10 ft.
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December 30, 2013Mj from San Diego, Ca asked:
QCan I use the Fruit Tree & Vegetable Systemic on ornamentals such as fuchsia, brunfelsia, stephanotis?
April 13, 2014Joan from Huntsville Al asked:
QDoes Fruit Tree & Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench treat squash bugs would you suggest something else
AFruit Tree & Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench can be applied to many varieties of squash for squash bug. Please be sure to consult the product labell before application
July 25, 2014Lynne from North Fork, Id 83466 asked:
QWhat is the shelf life of Fruit Tree & Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench?
AFruit Tree & Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench has a three year shelf life from the date of purchase if stored away from extreme temperatures.
June 5, 2015James from Hereford,tx asked:
QWhat would you use to treat borer beetles on a cherry tree?
June 3, 2013Paul from Waxhaw, Nc asked:
Qwhat is the active ingred. in fruit tree and Veg. Systinic soil Drench
AThe active ingredient in this product is Imidacloprid - 0.235%.
June 25, 2013Nancy from Mount Vernon S D asked:
QMixing ratio for apple trees
30 year old apple tree with 20 inch diameter Trunk 605 770 6445
AThe mixing ratio for Fruit Tree & Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench is dependant upon the distance in feet from the trunk of the apple tree to the drip line, not the diameter of the tree trunk. Please refer to the product label or give us a call at 866-581-7378 so we may assist you further with the proper mixing ratio for your apple tree.
February 2, 2016Levoin from Savannah, Ga asked:
QWhat is a good product(s) and spray schedule to use to keep the worms out of the fruit on plum and peach tree?
My trees look healthy but I can see spider webs and small spiders in the trees. I'd like to get rid of them also but I don't think they are causing the worms. I live in Savannah GA and its humid here. I have peach, plum, and nectarine trees that have worms.
A Fruit Tree and Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench is a good product to use for the elimination of pests prior to the fruit emerging. This product is labeled for various insects, including common pests that may be in fruit. One application is season long. The application depends upon the distance the trunk to the drip line.
Fruit Tree and Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench is a good product to use for the elimination of pests prior to the fruit emerging. This product is labeled for various insects, including common pests that may be in fruit. One application is season long. The application depends upon the distance the trunk to the drip line.
March 28, 2015Barb from San Tan Valley, Az 85140 asked:
QWould like to use on a pomegranate tree, using for the leafy bug.
Did not come with instruction book attached for some reason. Need to know if I can apply when the tree is in bloom which is now end of March? And what the ratio is and how to mix the liquid, and how to put it onto the tree/bush? Does it need to be watered in? Also I assume only treat once and year, and if this is not a good time what would be?
AAccording to the label for the Fruit Tree and Vegetable Systemic, when treating for leafy bugs on pomegranate trees, you cannot make more than one application per year and do not apply until the trees have flowered or when bees are actively foraging. The mixing ratio is 1.5 fl. oz. per gallon of water. You need to stay within 3 feet of the dripline when pouring around the base of the tree. This needs to be poured evenly around the tree.
July 26, 2014Lynne from North Fork, Id asked:
QI treated my fruit trees 3 months ago with the Fruit Tree & Vegetable Systemic but the bugs are back.
Can I retreat again now? Thanks
AThe label for the Fruit Tree and Vegetable Systemic Soil Drench advises to not make more than one application per season on most plants. With any systemic product it can take time to be translocated throughout the tree, up to 8 weeks. It works by killing plant sucking plants that feed on the plant and ingest the product so does not keep bugs away. Could you tell us what type of tree you are treating for and what type of bug so we can make a recommendation a product to apply as a foliar spray?