Hi-Yield Improved Lime Sulfur Spray is a fungicide, insecticide, and miticide for fruit, nuts, ornamentals, and roses. Use on fruits, berries, citrus, shade trees, shrubs, and Roses. Can also be used for combination winter spraying with Dormant Oil. Controls Powdery Mildew, Blotch, Scab, Anthracnose, Brown Rot Blossom blight, Olive Scale and many others listed on label.
|Active Ingredient:||Calcium Polysulfide 28%|
|Target pests:||Controls Powdery Mildew, Blotch, Scab, Anthracnose, Brown Rot Blossom blight, Olive Scale and many others listed on label.|
|Application:||Fruit & Citrus Trees: Consult label for specific crop
Roses: Early spring (as growth starts): 4 ounces per gallon of water Summer spraying: 1/2 ounce per gallon of water
Combination Winter spray: 4 ounces of product plus 1-1/4 ounce of Dormant Oil per gallon of water
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA|
|Manufactured By:||VPG (UPC: 732221321908)|
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8 of 10 people found this review helpful:
By Morris on January 19, 2012
perfect.........exactly what I needed / wanted. product as described. very concentrated.......goes a long way! my rose bushes will love the protection !
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Lime sulfur as a deadwood preservative
By Howard on November 5, 2012
I use lime sulfur spray "neat" [no dilution] as a deadwood preservative on my Bonsai. It not only preserves the wood but also bleaches the wood giving it an aged and weathered look. We were glad to find available on the internet since none of our local nurseries carry it any more.
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By Lewis on June 18, 2012
I used a fungicide from the local Walmart and it didn't help with the rust spot on my holly-hock, I ordered sulfur from your Co and it didn't seem to help either . I keep taking the effected leves off from the plant thinking it would get the infected leves away from the plant. I did get a few blooms
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Stopped Rose black spot
June 18, 2013
Awesome product. Applied as directed on my roses. The blackspot stopped moving to new leaves. Cleaned the roses up and black spot has become a minor issue. I have around 14 rose plants some over 7 foot tall.
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December 29, 2012Jessica from Rainier, Or asked:
QHow much Hi-Yield Improved Lime Sulfur Spray would I need to buy to treat five large apple trees with scab?
AAccording to the product label: Scab. Apply 2 to 2 1/2 fl . oz of Hi-Yield Improved Lime Sulfur Spray per gallon of water in delayed dormant, pre-pink and pink stage. Spray to cover foliage until wet. Without actually knowing how big the trees are and how big the crowns are we really don't have a way to tell you exactly how much product you would need. To be safe you may want to purchase at least two bottles.
March 11, 2013Scott from Forestville, Ny asked:
QIs Lime Sulfur Spray effective to prevent peach leaf curl if applied during the dormant season?
AAccording to the manufacturer Hi-Yield Improved Lime Sulfur Spray will indeed help prevent peach leaf curl if applied during the dormant season.
November 9, 2012Tm from Gulfport, Ms asked:
QDoes this product kill mushrooms in your yard?
AHi-Yield Improved Lime Sulfur Spray is not labeled to control mushrooms. We recommend you contact your local cooperative extension office and get the mushroom identified and the master gardener on staff should be able to tell you what will work to eliminate the type of mushroom you are dealing with.
June 10, 2012David from Spartanburg, Sc asked:
QHow many ounces should be put in a spray attachment to a water hose to spray tomato plants?
AHi-Yield Improved Lime Sulfur Spray is not labeled for use on tomato plants so we do not recommend it for this use. We are not sure what pest you are treating for but we do carry a full line of products that are labeled for use on edible plants: Edible Garden Products.