Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Dana from Salem, Oregon
    05/16/2015
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    I put Infuse around a flowering bush, then realized I had blueberry bushes 4 feet away.
    The blueberries were on a slight decline. And another 4 feet down the hill I have raised vegetable beds. Will the food be infused and for how long? Will I ever be able to eat from my garden/ It has been 3 weeks. Would it help at this point to scrape the granules off the ground around the bushes?
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    Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules should NOT be applied to or near fruit trees or bushes. We recommend that you contact the manufacturer, Bonide for information on the residual and the safety of eating future edible vegetation. They can be reached at 315-736-8231.
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  • Asked by George from Lowell Mass 01851
    06/10/2013
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    How often can Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules be used?
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    You can do a repeat application no sooner that 14 days after the previous application and depending on the disease you are treating for it can be 21 days after. Please refer to the Infuse Product Label for accurate treatments for your lawn and disease.
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  • Asked by Kim from Chuckey, Tn
    07/17/2013
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    How much Bonide Infuse Lawn Granules would i use for an average rose plant? How often?
    I bought this product to use on roses for black spot. It shows the amounts to use for lawns, but not a peep about plants/trees! So how much would I use for an average rose plant, and how often?
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    Per the Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules product label:

    This product may be used on annual and perennial flowers, bedding plants, foliage plants, ground covers and deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs. When using this product be sure to follow the guidelines in the General Information Section. 

    This product may be applied as a broadcast application.

    Broadcast Applications to established plants:

    • Apply 3 lbs of this product/1000 sq. ft.
    • Apply under dry or moist leaf/soil conditions
    • For best results, activate the application within 24 hours with irrigation or natural rainfall. If activating by irrigation, apply 0.10-0.25 inches of water. 

    Please let us know if you have any other questions. 

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  • Asked by Dana from Salem, Oregon
    05/16/2015
    Q
    I put Infuse around a flowering bush, then realized I had blueberry bushes 4 feet away.
    The blueberries were on a slight decline. And another 4 feet down the hill I have raised vegetable beds. Will the food be infused and for how long? Will I ever be able to eat from my garden/ It has been 3 weeks. Would it help at this point to scrape the granules off the ground around the bushes?
    A
    Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules should NOT be applied to or near fruit trees or bushes. We recommend that you contact the manufacturer, Bonide for information on the residual and the safety of eating future edible vegetation. They can be reached at 315-736-8231.
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  • Asked by James from St. Augustine, Fl
    08/02/2016
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    Can I safely use Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules on juniper & black pine potted plants without damaging mycorrhizae?
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    No, Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules cannot be used inside of potted plants because it is not labeled for use in there. This can only be used on turf, annual and perennial flowers, bedding plants, foliage plants, ground covers, and deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs, etc.

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  • Asked by Pamela from La
    03/23/2019
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    Can Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules be used on Centipede grass?
    The instructions state all warm and cool season grasses, but did not list Centipede grass.
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    Yes, Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules can safely be applied to Centipede grass. 

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  • Asked by James from St. Augustine, Fl
    08/02/2016
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    Is a foliar fungicide spray not necessary to treat surface areas of plants since the product is systemic?
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    No, it is not necessary to use both since the Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules are systemic and will be taken up through the plants.

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  • Asked by Karen from St Paul
    07/24/2018
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    I do not have anything but a hand held rotary spreader. What issues would I have if I used this for applying Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules?
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    Per the product label, Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules should be applied using a ground based, hand operated or mechanical equipment.  Do not apply this product by hand or by hand held rotary spreader.  Those methods will not accurately dispense the product at the rate and uniformity that is needed.

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  • Asked by Laurie from Uniontown, Oh
    06/29/2019
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    Will Bonide INFUSE Lawn and Landscape Granules work on leaf blight or black spot?
    Our ornamental pear tree has lost so many leaves this year and it's only the end of June. We have two dogs who would be walking through the sprayed area if we have to spray.
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    The Bonide INFUSE Lawn and Landscape Granules can treat Ascochyta Leaf Blight and Drechslera leaf spots, so whether this will work really depends on the specific disease you are treating. If you have Fabraea leaf spot and black spot, then you would need to use a topical spray fungicide to control this issue, such as Fung-onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate.

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  • Asked by Dick from Santa Monica, Ca 90405
    12/03/2013
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    I have pythium blight in my fescue turf. Will Bonide Infuse correct this problem ?
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    Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules is not labeled to treat for Pythium Blight. You can use a product like Subdue MAXX which is labeled for Pythium.
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  • Asked by Rachel from Garden Grove, Ca
    06/02/2017
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    Will Bonide INFUSE control or prevent root rot in perennial & annual ornamentals?
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    Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules is not labeled for root rot.  A better option would be something like Clearys 3336F or Terraclor 400.

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  • Asked by Mary from Chesapeake, Va
    05/20/2013
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    Can you use this product in conjuction with a spray fungicide such as Daconil?
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    This would be a better question for the manufacturer as they are experts on their own product and would be able to tell you if the Infuse and Daconil are compatible.  You can reach Bonide at 1-800-536-8231.
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