Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Organic


Bonide Fruit Tree Spray organicThe most annoying thing to deal with when we grow our own fruit plant is pest infestation. The pest can be insects, fungi, or weeds. To prevent and stop the pest infestation, farmers usually use pesticides. Based on the purpose, the pesticides are classified into three. They are insecticide, fungicide, and herbicide. Insecticide is a kind of pesticides used to prevent and stop insect infestation. Fungicide is used for fungi. To stop destructive weeds in your field, you can use herbicide. Talking about pesticides, there is a kind of pesticide which is commonly used either for lawn, garden or home. This pesticide is called Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Organic.

Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Organic

Bonide Fruit Tree Spray organic is a liquid fruit tree spray. It is used to control several insects and diseases on fruit trees including Japanese beetles, mites, flea beetles, aphids, slugs, worms, caterpillars, leaf rollers, moths, black spots, downy mildew, brown rot, coryneum blight. Bonide Fruit Tree Spray is also effective to control insects and diseases on flowers, ornamental plants, evergreens, and strawberries. Bonide Fruit Tree Spray  organic enables you to do the pest control by yourself. This offers a complete package of pesticides.

The fruit spray concentrates is made of Captan 12%, Malathion 6%, and Carbaryl 3%. Besides being used to control disease, Captan can improve the outward appearance of the fruits. Malathion is used in this Bonide Fruit Tree Spray because it has very low level of toxicity to human. Carbaryl is easily detoxified and eliminated by vertebrae. Hence, Bonide Fruit Tree Spray is not hazardous.

Mix 1 ½ to 2 ½ tablespoons of Bonide Fruit Tree Spray concentrate with a gallon of water instantly. Do not pre-mix. Apply the solution with a hose end or a tank sprayer. Only six to eight sprayings during growing seasons are enough to prevent insect infestation and diseases. It only takes five minutes of each application, so Bonide Fruit Tree Spray gives you the best and easiest way to take care of your plants. Make sure that you mix the concentrate well and follow the directions. Poor mixing, wrong application, and excessive usage cause local damages on the trees, such as leaves burned and fruit discolored.

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What Makes The Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Organic Better than Others

Bonide Fruit Tree Spray organic is widely produced by Bonide Products Inc. in Oriskany, New York. Bonide Products Inc. was founded by James H. Wurz and George Wurz in 1926. The Wurz brothers started their business selling 5-gallon pails of dairy and cattle sprays. Year to year and from generation to generation, Bonide Products Inc. has been preserving and improving the quality of the pest products. They create a product of pesticide which is nature friendly. Unlike other pesticides, Bonide Fruit Tree Spray cares the environment. It is invented to exterminate pests effectively and efficiently without causing polution which destructs the environment.

All materials used to make Bonide Fruit Tree Spray have been registered to EPA. Therefore, the amount used is limited. It means that the materials used are meant to be safe and environment friendly. Unlike other fruit sprays, Bonide Fruit Tree Spray only forms a thin layer on the surface without entering the flesh. It can be simply removed by washing it.

If you want to grow your own plants, what are you waiting for? Get this all-purpose spray now. You can do pesticide control by yourself while taking care of the plants. It is simple, easy, but effective and non-hazardous.

For home used, you can Bonide Fruit Tree Spray 1 pint (16 oz) by $21.00 or Bonide Fruit Tree Spray One Quart (32 oz) with $34.95. A large used of this spray for lawn can be purchased by $149.00 for case of 12 pints. A dozen of quarts only cost $289.00.

 

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