Bonide All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil Ready - To - Spray

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Product Overview

Bonide All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil Ready-To-Spray is a 3-in-one formula that provides year-round protection against diseases, insect and mites on fruit trees, shade trees, ornamentals, roses, vegetables, and shrubs. It contains 98% Mineral Oil which effectively kills insect by smothering and controls plant diseases during both dormant and growing season. It helps control scale insects, European spider mites, aphids, bud moths, leaf miners, leaf roller, codling moth, blister mites, galls, whitefly, mealy bugs, powdery mildew, rust, and more. This unique formula is also safe or organic gardening. Available in 32 oz. ready-to-spray bottle.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Mineral Oil - 98.00%
Target pests Eggs of European red spider mites, scale insects, aphids, bud moths, leaf roller, red bug, codling moth, blister mites, galls, whitefly, mealy bugs, and other insects
For use in Fruit trees, shade trees, shrubs, ornamentals, roses, and vegetables.
Application Do not apply with sulfur sprays or where sulfur is on the foliage to prevent foliage injury, leaf drop. Do not apply at abnormal temperatures (above 90 degrees Fahrenheit) or when plants are dry as it may cause leaf drop due to "shock".
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on label.
Formulation Ready-To-Spray Liquid.
NOT FOR SALE TO ME, PR
Dimensions 4 x 2 x 9 in.
Special Features Ready-to-spray. Safe for organic gardening.
Shipping Weight 2.06 lbs
Manufacturer Bonide (Mfg. Number: 214)
UPC 037321002130
EPA Registration 4-80

Details

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

Do not apply this product in any way that it will contact other persons or pets, either directly or through drift. Keep other persons out of the treated area during application. Do not allow persons or pets to enter the treated area until sprays have dried.

NOTE: Do not apply All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil with sulfur sprays or where sulfur is on the foliage. To do so may cause foliage injury, leaf drop. Do not apply All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil at abnormal temperatures (above 90 degrees Fahrenheit) or when plants are dry (suffering for want of moisture) as it may cause leaf drop due to "shock".

This product is a self-emulsifying spray oil, composed of paraffinic oil with emulsifier and spreader sticker, which envelop, wet and smother overwintering eggs of European red spider mites, Adelgids, scale insects, apple aphids, bud moths, leaf roller, light brown apple moth, red bug, codling moth larvae psylla (adults), blister mites, galls, whitefly larvae and mealybugs on fruit trees, shade trees, vegetables, ornamentals, shrubs, and roses.

All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil may be used at the DORMANT STAGE ( before buds show green tissue), GREEN TIP STAGE (when leaves of blossom buds are bursting and show about 1/8 to 1/4 inch of green color), DELAYED DORMANT STAGE (when the leaves of the blossom buds are out from 1/4 to 1/2 inch), and during the GROWING SEASON.

Do not use hose-end sprayer application in home greenhouses or on houseplants.

Shake well. Spray until plant is thoroughly saturated and spray solution runs off plant.

For trees, wet entire surface of branches, main limbs and trunk. Give special attention to underside of limbs. Make application when the temperature is above 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

HOW TO USE READY-TO-SPRAY CONTAINER

  1. Shake container thoroughly, then attach to garden hose.
  2. Turn on water supply at the source. Water pressure will build in hose since the sprayer is already in the "OFF" position.
  3. To apply product, bend safety tab and turn the control valve clockwise to the "ON" position.
  4. When spraying is complete, turn the control valve back (counterclockwise). Turn the water off. Disconnect hose from applicator and store product in original container.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

FRUIT, NUTS AND BERRIES

Acerola (Barbados Cherry)*, Atemoya*, Carambola (Star Fruit)*, Rambutan*

  • Aphids, Mites, Beetle Larvae, Leafminers, Thrips, Leafhopper, Whitefly, Caterpillars, Alternaria Leafspot, Gummy Stem Blight, Powdery Mildew, Rust - Spray once or twice weekly depending on the rapid growth of the crop and/or vector pressure.
  • Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Papaya Ringspot Virus, Pepper Mottle Virus, Potato Virus Y, Tobacco Etch Virus, Watermelon Mosaic Virus 2, Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus - Spray as needed.

Almonds, Apricots, Cherries, Nectarines, Peaches, Pistachio

  • Brown Mite Eggs, European Red Mite Eggs, Aphid Eggs, Fruit Tree Leafroller* (Eggs), Wintering Phytocoris* (only on pistachio), Tent Caterpillars* - Dormant and Delayed Dormant: Respray as needed. European Fruit Lecanium Scale and European Red Mite Eggs: Apply from Green Tip to Delayed Dormant. San Jose Scale: Apply from Dormant, Green Tip to Delayed Dormant. For use on pistachio, apply as a dormant treatment and/or trees may be sprayed after harvest.
  • Powdery Mildew* (Cherries, Nectarines and Peaches only) - Cherries: Preharvest Use: Use up to pit hardening stage. Apply at 10-14 day interval when disease conditions are severe. Trees may be sprayed after harvest to maintain control and reduce overwintering inoculum. Nectarines/Peaches: Begin at 5% bloom and continue at 10-14 day intervals until terminal growth phase stops. Do not apply to oil sensitive varieties.
  • Scakes, Two-spotted Spider Mite, Pacific Mite, European Red Mite, Brown Mite - Foliar Spray: Spray as needed.
  • White Peach Scale on Peaches: Only for use in Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Alabama - Dormant: Apply before buds begin to swell in the spring. Make 2 applications 7-14 days apart, or according to local Cooperative Extension Service recommendations, during the dormant period.

Apples

  • European Fruit Lecanium Scale Olive Scale, San Jose Scale, European Red Mite Eggs, Rust Mite, Rosy Apple Aphid Eggs, Apple Aphid Eggs - Dormant or Delayed Dormant: Spray as needed. Rust Mite: Apply during the delayed dormant timing.
  • Coddling Moth* - Restriction: Use to control first generation early instar stages only.
  • Leafroller (red banded, oblique banded, fruit tree), Apple Red Bug, Scurfy Scale, European Red Mite, Bud Moth, Light Brown Apple Moth, Red Bug San Jose Scale, Forbes Scale - Dormant, Green Tip to Delayed Dormant: Spray as needed.
  • Powdery Mildew - Apply at tight cluster and continue every 10-14 days through second cover spray. Use the 10-day spray interval when diseases conditions are severe.
  • Scales, Mites including: Two-spotted Spider Mite, Pacific Red Mite, European Red Mite, Rust Mite, Leafhopper*, San Jose Scale, Rosy Apple Aphid*, Fruit Tree Leafroller* - Foliar Spray (Post Bloom): Apply every 10-14 days depending on level of pest pressure. Trees may be sprayed after harvest to maintain control and reduce over-wintering pressure. Do not apply oil to sensitive varieties.

Avocados

  • Avocado Brown Mite, Thrips, Persea Mite - Apply through late fall. Re-apply as needed. California: Consult with your local University of California Cooperative Extension Service for proper timing and application parameters.

Bananas Plantains

  • Black Leaf Streak (Mycosphaerella fijiensis), Black Sigatola (Mycosphaerella fijiensis var. difformis), Yellow Sigatoka (Mycosphaerella musicola) - Begin application when disease first appears and continue every 10-15 days during rainy periods. Restrictions: Do not apply when daytime temperatures exceed 80 degrees Fahrenheit as injury may occur. Phytotoxicity may be affected by the quantity of oil used, vigor of trees and temperature at the time of application. Bag fruits, or use a directed spray on unbagged fruits. Bagged fruit improves crop safety whereas unbagged fruit may show phytotoxicity. This application is also effective in loosening Sooty Mold Fungus and in preventing its formulation by the control of Aphids, Mealybugs, Sales, and Whitefly.

Blueberries, Bushberries, Caneberries, Raspberries

  • Mites, Powdery Mildew, Rust, Sawfly (eggs)*, Scales*, Aphids, Mealybug - Spray for optimum coverage of leaf surfaces. Spray as needed.

Figs

  • Fig Scale - Dormant or Delayed Dormant: Spray as needed.
  • Mites, Mealybug, Scale - Apply as foliar spray.

Grapes

  • Mealybug, Mites, Leafhopper*, Whiteflies*, Powdery Mildew, Botrytis - Spray for optimum coverage of leaf surfaces. Repeat sprays every 10-14 days. For Powdery Mildew - Make first application pre-bloom and continue every 10 days to 3 weeks depending on level of disease pressure. Use 10-day spray interval when diseases conditions are severe. For Botrytis Bunch Rot - Initiate sprays at bloom and repeat prior to bunch closing and veraison. Make a final application at harvest if needed. Oil will remove the bloom on grapes. Restriction: Table grapes must not be sprayed within 60 days of harvest. Restriction: On grapes, do not mix oil and copper more than once/season. Restriction: Do not use copper and oil together with fruit present.

Mango

  • Mites, Powdery Mildew - Apply every 2-3 weeks as necessary depending on level of pest pressure. For Powdery Mildew - Begin application before bloom. Repeat at bloom and every 2-3 weeks as necessary.

Olives

  • Olive (Parlatoria) Scale, Oleander Scale, Black Scale - Postbloom through August and after harvest: Spray as needed.
  • Mites - Prebloom to Postbloom Buckshot: Spray as needed.

Papaya

  • Mites, Powdery Mildew, Papaya Ringspot Virus - For Powdery Mildew and Mites: Spray every 10-14 days depending on the level of pest pressure. For Virus: Spray weekly. Initiate spray when seeds are germinated.

Pears

  • European Fruit Lecanium Scale, Olive Scale, San Jose Scale, European Red Mite Eggs - Dormant: Spray as needed.
  • Pear Psylla - Apply before eggs are laid in early spring.
  • Coddling Moth* - Use to control first generation early instar stages only.
  • Fruit Trees Leafroller, Pear Leaf Blister Mite - Dormant: Spray as needed.
  • Powdery Mildew - Apply at bud burst and continue every 10-14 days. Use the 10-day spray interval when disease conditions are severe.
  • Scales, Two-spotted Spider Mite, Pacific Red Mite, San Jose Scale and Italian Pear Scale (Summer forms), Leafhopper*, Pear Psylla - Foliar Spray (Post-bloom): Trees may be sprayed after harvest to maintain control and reduce over-wintering inoculum. Do not apply oil to sensitive varieties.

Pineapple

Mealybugs, Bud Moth, Chinese Rose Beetle - Spray as needed.

Plums, Prunes

  • Black Scale, European Fruit Lecanium Scale, Frosted Scale, Olive Scale, San Jose Scale, Brown Mite Eggs, European Red Mite Eggs, Aphids Eggs, Fruit Tree Leafroller Eggs, Tent Caterpillars* - Dormant and Delayed Dormant: Spray as needed. Preferred times of application for European Fruit Lecanium Scale and European Red Mite Eggs are Green Tip to Delayed Dormant and for San Jose Scale are Dormant, Green Tip to Delayed Dormant.
  • Two-Spotted Spider Mite, Pacific Mite, European Red Mite, Brown Mite - Foliar Spray: Spray as needed. Trees may be sprayed after harvest to maintain control and reduce over-wintering pressure. Do not apply oil to sensitive varieties. Restriction: Certain varieties of plums and prunes may be injured by oil sprays; check for tolerance prior to treatment. Do not apply to trees lacking moisture.

Strawberries

  • Aphids*, Botrytis, Leafminers*, Mites, Powdery Mildew, Sawfly, Scale, Whiteflies - Spray as needed.

*Asterisk denotes crop not approved in California

*See label for complete list of application instructions.

ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS:

This product is toxic to fish. To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters or surface waters. Applying this [roduct in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area. Rinsing application equipment over the treated area will help avoid run off to water bodies or drainage systems. Apply this product only as specified on the label.

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  • 1 of 5 Stars

    Wrong Item Received

    By Joe on 03/20/2020

    Ordered the spray that connects to hose, instead received the hand space version. Imagine spraying a larger fruit tree with a hand sprayer

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    3 of 4 people found this review helpful

  • 4 of 5 Stars

    Great Product!

    By Treasure on 04/24/2020

    I have not seen any web worms yet. I think it works. Thank you

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    2 of 2 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Use of horticultural oil

    By Andy on 10/24/2020

    Excellent for removing bugs from holly trees and similar evergreen bushes or trees. Easy to apply using hose attachment.

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    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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