Spray Schedule


Plant Stage

Insects and Diseases

Products to use [ ] = A Garden Naturals Product

Pre-bloom

aphids, weevil, spittlebug, plant bugs, bud clipper, crown borer, spider mites, lygus bug, flea beetle, Japanese beetle, plant bugs, whitefly, botrytis, grey mold, leaf spots

FTS, [OS],[S] [GR] 1x/month through harvest

For insect control supplement with [E] or [CJ] if necessary

During bloom

fruit rots, leaf spots, powdery mildew

Use Mite X for strawberry spider mite if necessary. It will not harm pollinators. Supplement with [S], or Copper Dust for disease if necessary

No insecticide during bloom to protect bees.

Post-bloom

spittle bug, bud clipper, tarnished plant bug, Japanese beeltes

FTS, [OS]

Harvest

aphids, weevil, spittlebug, plant bugs, bud clipper, crown borer, spider mites, lygus bug, flea beetle, Japanese beetle, plant bugs, whitefly, botrytis, grey mold, leaf spots

FTS, [OS] for additional insect control use [E] or [CJ] if necessary

For slugs or snails use Slug Magic

Post-harvest

leaf spots, insects

FTS, [OS]

Pre-bloom: When blossom stems have pushed out of the crown. Post-bloom: Begin 10 days after full bloom spray (if needed), and continue spray every seven days as needed. Post-harvest: Apply one or more times after renovation (if needed) to protect the new foliage for next year’s crop.
Bonide Tomato & Blossom Set Spray RTU, when applied to flowers and surrounding foliage will promote blossom set and earlier fruit development.