Bayer Disease Control for Roses and Flowers Concentrate is a systemic formula that helps to treat and prevent plant diseases like black spot, crabapple scab, rusts, powdery mildew, and others. You can use Bayer Disease Control for Roses and Flowers on roses, flowers, trees, shrubs, and houseplants. This product is rainproof and provides protection for up to two weeks, leaves no white residue, and can treat up to 250 rosebushes.
I bought a brand new rose bush and it seemed to be struggling at home. I decided it had black spot, so I purchased this control. I've applied twice so far (two more to go per instructions) and it has completely revived the bush. I also tried it on my palm trees, we shall see.
With all the rain we had this summer, my roses developed black spot. Most of the leaves fell to the ground and the bushes looked dead. I cut them back removing most of the plant, sprayed them with Bayer Advanced Disease Control, and two weeks later every bush shot out new buds. They are flourishing beautifully. I shall reapply the product to keep them healthy. I am very happy with the results.
Does Bayer Advanced Disease Control for Roses, Flowers & Shrubs Concentrate expire?
I have about 8 oz. left in a 32oz bottle I bought a few years ago. Is it still safe to use on the plants listed on the label? LOT# 4650290. If I can't use it safely, how do I dispose of any unused portion?
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO APPLY DISEASE CONTROL FOR ROSES, FLOWERS AND SHRUBS TO YOUNG ASPEN TREES
WE HAVE ABOUT 15 --3 YRS OLD ASPEN TREES THAT LST YEAR HAD POWDERY MILDEW AND THIS YEAR LEAVES AND TRUNKS HAVE BLACK SPOT--WE LOVE THESE TREES AND WANT TO SAVE THEM-HOW MUCH TO WATER? WE LIVE IN LAKE TAHOE, NV
You will use 3/4 fl. oz. of the solution per gallon of water. Apply every 7-14 days for a total of 3 applications beginning at the first sign of disease.