Spray Schedule


Plant Stage

Insects and Diseases

Products to use [ ] = A Garden Naturals Product

Dormant

anthracnose, dead  arm, black rot, over wintering insects

[AS], FTS, [BN]

Bud swell

flea beetles, climbing cutworms

FTS, [OS] (Alternate each throughout schedule, except bloom)

New growth (4 to 6 inches long)

black rot, Phomopsis cane, leaf spot

FTS, [OS], [GD]

New growth (10 to 15 inches long or 7 to 10 days after first spray)

black rot, Phomopsis cane, leaf spot

FTS, [OS], [GD]

[GS] 1x/month through post harvest

Pre-bloom

black rot, powdery mildew, downy mildew

FTS, [OS], [GD]

Bloom

grape phylloxera, botrytis

[CS], For disease, supplement with Captan if necessary

black rot, powdery mildew, downy mildew

Post-bloom

grape berry moth, leafhoppers, leaf skeletonizers

FTS, [OS], [GD]

For insects supplement with [CJ] if necessary

black rot, downy mildew, powdery mildew

mites, aphids, whitefly, spittlebug

First, second, third, and fourth covers
(this is post petal fall until harvest)

grape berry moth, leafhoppers, Japanese beetles, rose chafers, flea beetles, mealybug

FTS, [OS], [GD]
For insects, supplement with [CJ] if necessary

black rot, powdery mildew, downy mildew, botrytis rot

mites, caterpillars, scale, thrips, fruit flies, mealybug, psyllids

Berries are generally no longer susceptible to black rot when they reach about 6 to 8% sugar content (usually when they start to change color).
Bud swell: Before buds show green. New growth: 4 to 6 inches long; New growth: 10 to 15 inches long or 7 to 10 days after first spray. Pre-bloom: First blossoms open. Post-bloom: Blossoms have fallen. First cover: 7 to 10 days after post-bloom. Second cover: 10 to 14 days after first cover. Third cover: 10 to 14 days after second cover. Fourth cover: 10 to 14 days after third cover.
Bonide Tomato & Blossom Set Spray RTU, when applied to flowers and surrounding foliage will promote blossom set and earlier fruit development.