Bonide Bon-Neem ll is a multi-purpose insecticide, fungicide, and miticide that kills eggs, larval and adult stages of insects. It prevents fungal attack of plant tissues and is an effective fungicide for the prevention and control of various fungal diseases. Use for prevention and control on vegetables, fruit, nuts, herbs, spices, roses, flowers, shrubs, houseplants, and turf grass around the home.
Do not apply to wilted or otherwise stressed plants, or to newly transplanted material prior to root establishment.
When using in conjunction with beneficial insects, conduct a small trial to assure compatibility before using on a large scale.
As with other products that contain oils, take care in timing applications to early morning/late afternoon/early evening to minimize the potential for leaf burn.
Use with care on plants with tender tissue.
Do not apply to known spray sensitive plant species such as impatiens flowers, fuchsia flowers, hibiscus flowers, some rose flowers, ornamental olive trees, red maples, some carnation varieties or similar plants without prior testing.
Keep unprotected persons out of treated areas until sprays have dried.
Well, maybe not mites, but only because they are so small I can't see them! My roses and tomatoes are infested with aphids. The entire garden seems to have cucumber beetles. Powdery mildew has shown up on the roses and buddleia.
I'm so happy to have found something that I can use in my small vegetable garden right up until harvest time.
I sprayed my plants down with this and then it rained a few hours later. Was four hours enough for it to do its job or do I need to immediately reapply?
Bonide Bon-Neem II should not be applied in the rain or when rain is expected prior to completely drying. If the application had time to dry prior to the rain you do not need to reapply until 7 days following the initial application.