Bio Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Frances from Little Rock, Ar
    06/03/2015
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    Does Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care have a shelf life?
    We have had Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care for a couple of years and have not used it yet. Do the granules loose potency over time?
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    If stored in a cool dry area  Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules will last up to 3 years.
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    21 of 26 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Gail from Sequim, Wa
    08/07/2017
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    Can I apply Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules near apple trees?
    I have one rose bush about six feet from a dwarf apple tree. Is my use of Bayer 3 in 1 ok to use on my rose that close to the apple tree? Will fruit be safe?
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    Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules are not labeled for edible vegetation. It is best to apply 15 ft away from any fruit trees or vegetable garden driplines. Any fruit or vegetables already should be discarded and not consumed.
     

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  • Asked by Richard from Nottingham,pa.
    04/14/2015
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    Is there a systemic treatment for roses to kill japenese beetles and disease control too?
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    Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules would be a great product to use for insect, disease and nutrients.  It is labeled for Japanese Beetles.
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    11 of 12 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Cheryl
    04/06/2014
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    What is the appropriate mix to use of the Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules?
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    Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules should be applied to soil around the base of the plant and worked into the top 1-2 inches of the soil and watered in. For additional information on application and the product, please click the link to the product label.
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    11 of 14 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Cliff from Bismarck,ar
    05/24/2015
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    What to use to treat black spots on roses?
    I have about 15 rose bushes and getting hit hard with black spots. I need something to stop this before it wipes all my beautiful roses out, what you recommend?
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    Bayer Advanced All In One Rose and Flower Care Granules are a very good option for black spot for roses. You will use 1 capful per plant. You will apply the granules to the base of the plant, work the granules into the soil and water thoroughly. You will reapply every 6 weeks and do no more than 3 applications per year. Make sure the roses and harborages are kept clean.
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    9 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jerry from Bedford, In
    10/30/2014
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    When is the best time to start and stop using Bayer advanced All In One Rose and Flower Care granule?
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    Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care Granules should be applied when planting roses and when any new growth appears. This should be applied every 6 weeks during the growing season. This product can be applied a total of three times per year. In areas where
    disease occurs frequently and the soil is sandy, the application interval can be shortened to 4–5 weeks for a total of 4 applications per year.
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  • Asked by Shanon from Brownsburg, In
    03/21/2017
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    Can Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care-Granules be used on Orchids?
    Looking for a systemic to control mealybugs. I have an orchid fertilizer but need the insecticide.
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    Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules is not labeled to be used on Orchids specifically. We would recommend checking with your local cooperative extension office for best treatment, a nursery with experience in Orchid care, or you could also spray a natural product like Fertilome Triple Action with 70% Neem Oil.

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    7 of 10 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Milagros from Allentown, Pa
    05/27/2019
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    Can I use Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules on a lilac bush?
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    Yes, Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules can be applied to lilac. Be sure to apply during cooler times of day.

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    6 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Ed
    03/13/2014
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    Will Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care control powdery mildew?
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    Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care will indeed control powdery mildew. Please be sure to consult the product label for application.
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    6 of 6 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Yvonne from Owensboro, Kentucky
    05/10/2014
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    I have citrus trees which require 2.1.1 fertilizer and outdoor rose bush garden soil with no additives.
    Would your product meet these requirements?
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    The Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care is a 9-14-9 so would not fit what you are looking for and I do not see anything we carry with that low of nutrient amounts.  You can find out full line of Fertilizers here to see if there may be something else suitable and if you have any questions about any other please just let us know.
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  • Asked by Rob from Knoxville,tn
    06/08/2013
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    Scale on knockout roses
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    Yes, you most certainly could use Bayer advanced All-in_one Granules or Bayer Avanced 3-in-1 insect disease and Mite Control. Bayer advanced 3-in-1 is a liquid instead of granular.
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  • Asked by Nancy from Hodgenville,ky
    06/08/2019
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    Can I use Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules for rose bushes in a container?
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    No, according to the Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules product label, this product should not be used to treat plants grown in pots, flower boxes or other containers. You can Bonide Systemic Insecticide Granules instead. 

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  • Asked by Dennis from Mesquite Tx
    03/24/2014
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    How much does Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules cover?
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    Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules treats over 700 sq. ft. of flowerbed. Please refer to the product label for application.
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  • Asked by John from Spring Hill
    02/26/2022
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    Can you use Bio Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules on a Desert Rose plant?
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    Bio Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules should not be applied to any potted, containerized plants or in flower boxes. It is safe for applications in the soil as directed to Roses, Flowers, Iris, Hibiscus, Azaleas, Camellias, Rhododendrons and other shrubs.

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  • Asked by Renee from Morrison, Tn
    07/30/2015
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    Can Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care be use when planting gladiolus corms and a follow-up application 8 weeks later?
    Can I also use it for Zinnias?
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    Yes, Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care are labeled for flowers. According to the label, applications can be done every six weeks for a total of three applications per year. In areas where disease occurs frequently and the soil is sandy, the application interval canbe shortened to 4 – 5 weeks for a total of 4 applications per year, except for flower beds, where you are limited to 3 applications.

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  • Asked by Ericka from Washoe Valley, Nevada
    05/14/2015
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    can i use your product on my Bonanza peach tree? I have aphids!
    Probably no fruit this year due to late freeze. the leaves are yellow and covered in honeydew.
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    Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules is not labeled for edible vegetation.  Fruit Tree and Veggie Systemic would be better for the aphids in the peach trees.

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  • Asked by Karen from Myrtle Beach, Sc
    02/04/2019
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    Can I use Bayer 3 in 1 granules around my Brunnera to help it to control disease, as an insecticide and to fertilize?
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    There should be no issue using Bayer Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care Granules around brunnera.  Rates would fall under flower bed application on the label.

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  • Asked by Thad from Sc
    07/17/2022
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    Can I use Bio Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules on evergreen trees/boxwoods?
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    Bio Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules can be applied to roses, flowers, hibiscus, azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias and other shrubs.

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  • Asked by Caryl from Pa
    05/02/2021
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    Can I use Bio Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules on my ivy and boxwoods?
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    Bio Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care can be applied to Roses, Flowers, Iris, Hibiscus, Azaleas, Camellias, Rhododendrons and other shrubs. Please refer to the product label for a complete list as well as application instructions.

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  • Asked by Buford from Mobile, Al
    03/04/2021
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    How do you mix Bio Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care - Granules for camellias?
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    Bio Advanced All-In-One Rose and Flower Care-Granules states on the product label:

    For Established Plants:  
    Apply when plants have about one inch of new growth in the spring and reapply every six weeks through the end of summer. Follow directions for Flowers and Ornamental Shrubs.

    For Ornamental Shrubs (Camellias):
    Apply 2/3 cup, 6 oz. for each foot of shrub height (2 cups for 3’ high shrub). Distribute the required amount evenly from the base to the dripline of all sides of the plants. Work into top 1 to 2 inches of soil and water in thoroughly.

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