Your Fruit Tree Spray does not list Pears on the label. Can I spray this on my pear trees?
Pears are not listed on this label because the product, Fruit Tree Spray, has been shown to cause injury to pear trees. Please consider using Bonide’s Fruit Tree & Plant Guard which also lists Apples, Apricots, Cherries, Nectarines, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Almonds, Pecans, Walnuts and other listed Fruits and Nuts from the ravages of listed insects and diseases.
How long do I need to wait after spraying your Fruit Tree Spray before harvesting my fruit?
For Apples, Grapes, Cherries and Strawberries the number of days between the last spray and harvest should be at least 14 days. For Peaches, the period should be at least 21 days.
Can Bonide Citrus Nut and Orchard Spray also be used to control insects and diseases in vegetable gardens?
Yes, it can be used on all listed vegetables, as well as fruits, nuts, flowers and lawn.
Does your Rose Rx 3 in 1 control both insects and diseases?
Yes, the Rose Rx 3 in 1 is combination insecticide, miticide, and fungicide. Also try our Rose Rx Systemic Drench or Rose Shield – both work systemically to prevent and control insects and diseases on roses!