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Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate

Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate

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Bonide's Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate offers a complete fruit tree spray with its three active ingredients: Captan, Carbayl (Sevin), and Malathion. It also has a spreader sticker to make it adhere to the plants easier. It serves as an insecticide, aphicide, fungicide, sclaicide and miticide, all in one product.

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Bonide Complete Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate

Bonide Complete Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate - 16 oz

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Bonide Complete Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate

Bonide Complete Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate - 32 oz

$29.90
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Bonide Complete Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate

Bonide's Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate offers a complete fruit tree spray with its three active ingredients: Captan, Carbayl (Sevin), and Malathion. It also has a spreader sticker to make it adhere to the plants easier. It serves as an insecticide, aphicide, fungicide, sclaicide and miticide, all in one product.

Bonide's Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate mixes between 1.5 oz to 2.5 tbs. per gallon.

Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate is complete fruit spray is convenient and easy to use for home orchardist.

Controls listed insects including Japanese Beetles, Midges, Flea Beetles, Aphids, listed diseases including black spot, downy mildew, brown rot and more.

Additional Information

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Pro Tips Not Available
Packaging 16 oz, 32 oz
Manufacturer Bonide
Product Label Label
SDS MSDS
More PDF's N/A
Target Pest

Apples :
Insects/Diseases :Apple maggots, codling moths, Japanese beetles, leafhoppers, plum curculios, aphids, bud moth, Forbes scale, eastern tent caterpillar, red banded leaf roller, mites, bitter rot, black rot, frogeye leaf spot, Botryosphaeria (white rot), botrytis rot, bullseye rot, Brooks fruit spot, flyspeck, cedar rust, quince rust, scab, sooty blotch

Cherries:
Plum curculios, cherry fruit flies, cherry fruit worms, black cherry aphid, fruit tree leaf roller, bud moth, Japanese beetle, Botrytis rot, brown rot blossom blight and fruit rot, cherry leaf spot.

Grapes:
Flea beetles, Japanese beetles, grape leaf skeletonizers, rose chafers, grape berry moth, spider mites, mealybugs, leafhoppers, black rot, downy mildew (berries only), botrytis rot.

Peaches:
Plum curculios, Japanese beetle, spider mite, oriental fruit moth; green, peach, black cherry, black peach, rusty plum aphids; brown rot (fruit), rhizopus, scab, brown rot (blossom blight), coryneum blight.

Active Ingredient (s) Captan 11.76%, Malathion 6.0%, Carbaryl 0.3%
For Use : Use to protect Apples, Cherries, Grapes, Strawberries, Peaches, Roses, Ornamentals, Evergreens,and Flowers
Yield Qt yields 24-42 gallons
Mixture|Application Mix 1.5-2.5 tbs per gallon of water with a tank sprayer or hose end sprayer
Application No
Retreatment See label
Shipping Restrictions CA
More Instructions No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

Buy again
Have been using this product on Apple,peach,plum and strawberries for two years and find it works really well. Spray my trees on alternate weeks or after a heavy rain fall.
Quality
Review by Tinker / (Posted on 5/21/2019)
Great results
We have a composting toilet and sometimes we get the filth/fruit flys in the mixture, a couple doses of this diluted product ELIMINATES them.
Quality
Review by Smokey / (Posted on 4/20/2017)
A Good Combination Product
This is both an insecticide and a fungicide. It's also one of the few products that will battle Frog Eye (a fungus that affects the leaves of many trees and ruins fruit, especially apples).

I have a big Frog Eye problem because a nearby grove of alders harbors the disease. Left untreated, it infects my apple leaves and the fruit, ruining the fruit while weakening the tree.

When I first started using the product, the instructions suggested spraying on a 10 - 14 day cycle. Recent Federal snooper-vision has forced them to put a limit of two applications per year in the instructions. This won't do the job! At least not for me. Except during blossom season, I try to spray on a bi-weekly basis, weather permitting. I do stop a few weeks before harvest and wash the fruit before using it.
Quality
Review by Tank / (Posted on 4/29/2016)

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