Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by James from Portland, Or
    04/26/2015
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    What is the correct mix for Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control on hydrangeas with anthracnose?
    I can't find hydrangeas listed on the label, can I use Infuse on them? If so, what is the dilution ratio?
    A
    Yes, you may use Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control on hydrangeas as they are a species of shrub. You would mix 1 Tablespoon (½ fl. oz.) per gallon of water and apply every 14-28 days.
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    61 of 65 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Rachel from Garland, Tx
    10/04/2019
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    Are there temperature restrictions for application of Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control?
    I know several weed killers, for instance, shouldn't be applied over 85 degrees. Are there similar restrictions with the Bonide INFUSE concentrate?
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control should be applied when temperatures are between 65 and 85 degrees for optimal results.  

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    61 of 65 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by John from Rome, Maine
    07/23/2018
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    Does Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control harm bees if sprayed on flowering shrubs such as hydrangeas when they are in bloom?
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is a fungicide, so the active ingredient will not harm bees that land on plants that have been sprayed with the product.

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    47 of 51 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Wayne from Bowie, Md
    06/25/2018
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    It rained 2 hours after spraying Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control for brown patch disease, do I need to reapply?
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    Per the product label, the Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is rainfast or able to be watered after it has had time to completely dry. If the application did not dry completely, we would recommend retreating 10 days after the first application. 

     

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    28 of 32 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Santiago from New Baltimore, Mi
    06/20/2017
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    How often can I use Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control on my trees?
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control will last up to one month if applied as directed on the product label.

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    24 of 26 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Beverly
    04/02/2018
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    Can I pour the Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control around roots of roses and clematis instead of spraying?
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is applied directly to the plant itself only not as a soil drench.  Bonide INFUSE Lawn & Landscape Granules would be the option to use for soil born diseases.

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    21 of 23 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by James from St. Augustine, Fl
    06/26/2016
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    Should I use both Bonide Infuse Systemic Disease Control granular and foliar spray on my ornamentals, and are they compatible with neem?
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is a granule concentrate that is diluted in water and applied to ornamentals as a spray. You would not necessarily need to mix this fungicide with another fungicide at the same time. You could alternate Bonide Infuse applications with applications of neem oil.

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    18 of 24 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Kathy from St Joseph, Mo
    05/09/2016
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    Is it safe to use Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control to retreat for brown patch?
    We have Brown Patch in our lawn. Our professional put on a treatment 2 weeks ago but we are still getting new patches. Should I do the whole lawn or just spot treat what we have?
    A

    Yes, Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control should be used every 10 days when treating for brown patch. The mixing ratio is 5 fl. oz. in 1 gallon of water and will treat 250 square feet.

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    9 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Sean from Banks
    03/20/2018
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    Can I use Bonide Infuse on my fruit bearing apple tree in the dormant stage?
    Is it safe to eat fruit after being treated in early spring?
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    Bonide Infuse Systemic Disease Control is not labeled to be used during the dormant season or on fruit bearing trees. You can use a product like Hi-Yield Dormant Spray Oil during the dormant season.  Keep in mind that you will need to stop treatment once the tree is coming out of dormancy for the fruit to be safe to eat.

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    9 of 10 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Harold from Aquebogue, N Y
    07/26/2013
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    What is the coverage area of Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control?
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    This would depend on what and where you are treating. For example to treat lawns for Brown Patch you would add 5 oz Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control into one gallon of water to treat 250 sq. feet. Please follow the product label for application.
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    9 of 11 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Ruth from Gainesville, Virginia
    06/08/2019
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control spray accidentally drifted onto basil and parsley. Can i eat them?
    Can I eat basil or parsley which accidentally received some spray while spraying nearby trees with INFUSE
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    No, all edible plants that had Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control drift on to them should be discarded as this product is not labeled for edible plants. 

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    8 of 8 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Tammie from Dryden
    09/10/2019
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    Can Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control be used on house plants?
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control is not labeled for use on house plants as it is intended for outdoor use.

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    7 of 13 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Tiffany from Clay, Ny
    06/12/2019
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    How often would I treat my purple prince crabapple for powdery mildew using Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control?
    How long does it take to work?
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    Apply Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control every 14 days for powdery mildew on crabapples per the product label.  You should start to see results after a few applications depending on the level of infestation.

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  • Asked by Bill from Egg Harbow Twp., New Jersey
    06/13/2015
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    Can Bonide Infuse be used on Holly trees
    I have a large Holly tree about 14ft. high and it shows black on the trunk and wood branches but still making new leaves not sure what is wrong.
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control could be used on holly trees. We could not guarantee the effectiveness becuase we do not know exactly what we are treating for. Please contact your Cooperative Extension Office and speak with the Master Gardener on duty for  100% ID of this pest or disease. 
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  • Asked by Kenn from Glen Ellyn, Il
    08/16/2016
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    Which product would be better, powder or pre mixed, to treat a crabapple tree with cedar apple rust spores?
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control which is a concentrate to mix with water, would be a great product to use for rust on crabapple trees only as directed on the product label.  We are not aware of powders that are labeled for it so cannot advise on their use.

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    5 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Katie from San Marcos, Tx
    05/25/2019
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    Can I use Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control on roots to control disease?
    Laurapedlium has fungus.
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control fungicide is labeled for foliar applications only, not for a root drench. On flowers, you are using 1-2 tbsp per gal of water and treating every 10-14 days for most diseases. Please refer to the product label for complete application instructions. 

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    4 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Melissa from Il
    03/03/2018
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    Will Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control harm the birds in my Prairiefire Crabapple?
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    When used as directed, Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control will not harm birds in trees.

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    4 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Elisa from Kingston Springs Tn
    05/04/2019
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    Can I use Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control as a drench on my dogwood with anthracnose?
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Diseae Control is labeled for control of anthracnose on dogwoods, however directions for that disease require a foliar application per the label. You would use 1 TBSP per gallon of water and spray foliage just until product rolls off of leaves. Repeat on a 14-28 day interval while conditions for the disease are favorable to thrive. 

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  • Asked by Bill from Cockeysville, Md
    12/14/2019
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    For a pressure sprayer, what is the correct mixing rate for boxwoods that have a fungus?
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    We apologize but Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control does not list boxwoods on the label so we are unable to provide a rate for this use.  You may reach out to the manufacturer directly to confirm if this product could be used, Bonide can be reached at 800-536-8231

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  • Asked by Bill from Katy, Texas 77494
    04/07/2014
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    Is the Bonide Infuse Systemic Disease Control safe to use on Nandina Shrubs
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    Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control will not harm Nandina Shrubs. You just would not want to apply Bonide INFUSE Systemic Disease Control to any edible plants.
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    3 of 3 people found this answer helpful.
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