Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower

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Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower

Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower will protect your plants from any hopping, flying, or crawling insect for up to one month. This product controls over 100 different pests that you find in your lawn and garden. Use Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower - Concentrate to stop ants, fleas, mosquitoes, ticks, and flies from infesting your flowers, vegetables, trees, fruits, shrubs, nuts, and may even be applied to your houseplants.




For lawns and vegetables, measure the area to be sprayed. Calculate square feet by multiplying length by width. For all other applications, apply as a thorough coverspray. Use a clean sprayer. Carefully measure and mix the amount of concentrate and water as directed. Spray as directed. Thorough coverage is important. Flush sprayer with clean water after each use. Make applications when insects first appear. Repeat applications as directed. See directions for complete insect list. People and pets should not be allowed in treated areas until spray had dried.

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  • 10 of 17 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Bonide Eight Insect control,vegetaable fruit and flower conc
    By John in Zebulon NC on 10/13/2012
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    I have used this product before and it is great I have purchased other items from this company they are great

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  • 7 of 14 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  No go .....
    By in Saint Louis on 06/12/2013

    Whiteflies laugh at this product. I had high hopes but it has done absolutely nothing to stop that particular insect.

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  • 7 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  works very well
    By Lisa in bridgeport, ct on 06/10/2015

    Works great on mosquitoes and flying insects around your yard

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07/28/2013 Nancy from Dayton, Maine

QWhat is the mixing ratio of Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower - Concentrate?

AYou want to mix 1 fl oz of Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower - Concentrate per one gallon water.

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05/18/2013 Shane from Virginia

QHow long can you use this product before harvest?

ABonide Eight can be applied up to 7 days before harvest. Let us know if you have any other questions.

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08/12/2012 George from Stafford, Ct

QWill Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower kill squash bugs?
What is the dilution rate?

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Bonide Eight Insect Control is labeled for controlling squash bugs and should work well when used as directed on the product label. Use 2 fl. oz of product in 1 gal of water and apply as needed to ensure uniform coverage. Do not exceed 8 applications per season. This can be applied up to the day of harvest.

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06/30/2014 Jan from Mishicot, Wi

QHow long should I wait before watering after I apply Bonide Eight Insect Control?

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You should wait until the product is completely dry before watering the lawn after using Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower-Concentrate.

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03/22/2014 David from United States

QWhat is the best product to kill strawberry root weevil?
Best product? How often is product applied?

AYou should hand remove any adults by searching the plants at night with a flashlight, Drop the active adults into  a bucket of soapy water. For the juveniles you can help control them with a fast acting product such as Bonide Eight in One concentrate spray. 

Use 1 ½ fl. oz. in 1 gal. Allow 14 days between last application and harvest. Make no more than 8 foliar applications per growing season

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06/23/2017 Stacy from Washington, Il

QWhat would be the ratio of water to Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower so that I can put in a sprayer?

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Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower†is mixed at 1 - 2 oz per gallon of water per 1,000 sq. ft. Please refer to the product label for complete instructions on application.

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06/23/2017 Rhoad from Claudville, Va

QCan Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower be used on pole beans and crowder peas?

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Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower†is not specifically labeled for applications on crowder peas or pole beans so we cannot suggest use of the product for application on them.

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04/15/2017 Sheila from Maplewood, Nj

QCan Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower only be used when apple trees are blossoming, not when fruit has formed on trees?

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Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower†is applied to the plant at 2 oz per gallon of water. Do not apply after petal fall and do not make more than 3 applications. Repeat as required to maintain control. Only apply where insects appear. You will wet the plant to the dripping poing focusing on the undersides of the leaves. It can be applied up to 7 days before harvest.

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03/02/2017 M. from Winnipeg, Mb

QIs Bonide Eight best to control potato beetles?

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Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower†would be a great product to use for potato beetles as directed on the product label.

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10/06/2016 Mike

QIs Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit, and Flower safe to use on the lawn around my dog?

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Yes, Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower is safe for pets and children as long as they are out of the area while you are treating, and until the product dries.†

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09/24/2016 Paul from Hurst, Texas

QWill Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower kill grubs?

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Yes, Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower is labeled for grubs. It is on the product label under several crops. Please be sure to check that your particular crop is listed on the label.†

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08/09/2016 Diane from Rochester Mn

QCan the Bonide Eight Insect Control for Vegetable, Fruit and Flower be used on a cloudy day?
Instead of waitng for sundown

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When using Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower it would depend on what you are treating for when and how you can use it. There are temperature ranges for certain pest and applications. Please see the Product Label for specifics depending on pest and applications needed.†

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07/07/2016 Janet from Kc Mo

QCan Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower be used for beets?
Something keeps eating my beet seeds, I have netting up to keep the birds out. Something was also eating my green beans and this helped bonide 8 helped.

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Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower†is not labeled for beets. We would recommend using Sevin††which is labeled for Beets.†

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06/22/2016 Bobbi from Towson, Md

QWhen should Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower be applied?

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Applications of†Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flowershould be made when insects first appear.

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06/18/2016 Julie from Ny

QHow long will it take to remove aphids using Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower if it is a moderate infestation?

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Exactly how many applications of a product such as†Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower that you will need will depend on many factors. The life cycle of aphids is around 7-14 days, so you are usually applying at this frequency, making sure to get thorough coverage of all leaf surfaces with each application. You will need to reapply until you no longer find insects with thorough inspection of the target plants. Be sure to follow the product label instructions regarding frequency, maximum applications, and pre-harvest intervals.

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