Bonide Fruit Tree and Plant Guard Ready-To-Spray

Bonide Fruit Tree and Plant Guard Ready-To-Spray

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Fruit Tree and Plant Guard Ready-To-Spray is formulated to control both listed diseases and listed insects on nuts, fruits, and ornamental trees, shrubs, and flowers. This concoction can control and suppress the toughest diseases such as apple scab, powdery mildew, flyspeck and more as well as insects such as aphids, plum curculio, Japanese beetles, leafhopper, and more. This solution is a water based combination making it an economical and versatile choice for insect and disease control for your plants and trees. It can suppress, treat and control not only a comprehensive and full listing of fruits but also nuts, ornamentals, shrubs, and flowers. This comes in a convenient and ready to spray bottle of 32-ounce twist-and-shoot. Made to be used with a water hose. 

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Pyraclostrobin 3.06%, boscalid 5.62%, lambda-Cyhalothrin 0.5%
Target pests Insects: Aphids, Japanese Beetles, Leafhoppers and others
Fungicide: Powdery Mildew, Apple Scab, Flyspeck and others
* See Label for complete list
For use in Flowers, Fruits, Nuts, Shrubs & Ornamental Trees
* See Label for complete list
Application Attach the applicator to the nozzle of the hose
Apply thoroughly as a foliar cover spray to all plant surfaces where insects or disease are present
* See Label for application rates
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on Label
Coverage Area 32 oz. Treats up to 24,000 square feet
Shipping Weight 2.45 lbs
Manufacturer Bonide (Mfg. Number: 2071)
UPC 037321020714
EPA Registration 4-488



Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and Flowers including (but not limited to):

Ageratum, Ash, Aster, Arborvitae, Arizona Cypress, Azaleas, Begonia, Birch, Boxwood, Boxelder, Camellias, Cherry (ornamental), Non-bearing Citrus, Chrysanthemum, Carnation, Coleus, Conifers, Douglas, Fir, Elm, English Ivy, Euonymus, Exacum, Weeping Fig, Fir, Gladioli, Gold Bells, Hawthorn, Holly, Honeysuckle, Hypoestes, Impatiens (may cause discoloration during flowering), Ivy, Juniper, Lilac, Locust, Maple, Marigold, Mimosa, Mock Orange, Nannyberry, Oak, Orchid, Palm, Pansy, Pea Shrub, Petunia, Philodendron, Pine, Ornamental Plum, Poinsettia, Poplar, Rhododendron, Roses, Snapdragon, Snowberry, Spruce, Taxus, Willow, Zinnia.

Pome Fruits:

Apple, Crabapple, Loquat, Mayhaw, Oriental Pear, Pear, Quince.

Stone Fruits:

Apricot, Cherry (sweet and tart), Nectarine, Peach, Plum, Plumcot, Prune.

Tree Nuts:

Almond, Beech Nut, Brazil Nut, Butternut, Cashew, Chestnut, Chinquapin, Filbert (Hazelnut), Hickory, Macadamia Nut, Pecan, Walnut (Black and English).


American plum borers, Ants, Apple aphids, Apple maggots (adult), Armyworms, Aphids, Azalea caterpillars, Bagworms, Black cherry aphids, Black vine weevils (adult), Boxelder bugs, Budworms, Cankerworms, Chinch bugs, Cherry fruit flies spp. (adult), Cockroaches, Codling moths, Crickets, Cutworms, Eastern tent caterpillar, Elm leaf beetles, European sawflies, Fall webworms, Flea beetles, Filbertworms, Forest tent caterpillars, Green fruitworms, Gypsy moth larvae, Japanese beetles, June beetles (adults), Lace bugs, Leaf feeding caterpillars, Leaffooted bugs, Leafrollers spp., Leafhoppers spp., Leafminers (adult), Leaf skeletonizers, Lesser appleworms, Midges, Navel orangeworms, Oleander moth larvae, Omnivorous leafroller, Orange tortrixes, Oriental fruit moths, Peach twig borers, Peachtree borers spp., Pear sawflies, Pear psyllas spp., Periodical cicadas, Plant bugs spp., Plum curculios, Pillbugs, Pine sawflies, Pine shoot beetles, Pinetip moths, Root weevils, Rosy apple aphids, Rose chafers, Scale insects (crawlies), San Jose scales (fruit infestations only), Sawflies, Spirea aphids spp., Spiders, Spittlebugs, Striped beetles, Striped oakworms, Stink bugs spp., Tent caterpillars spp., Tentiform leafminers spp., Thrips spp., Tip moths, Tree borers spp., Tufted apple budworms, Tussock moth larvae, Walnut aphids, Walnut husk flies spp., (adult), and Webworms spp.


Alternaria blotch, Alternaria leaf spot, Anthracnose, Apple scab, Blossom blight, Bitter rot, Black rot, Brown rot, Botrytis rot, Crown and basal rot, Downy mildew, Frogeye leaf spot, Brooks spot, Flyspeck, Eastern filbert blight, Green fruit rot, Leaf spot, Leaf rust, Pear scab, Powdery mildew, Phytophthora blight, Ripe fruit rot, Rust, Scab, Scooty blotch, Shothole, and White rot.


Cedar apple rust, Nectarine, Peach, and Quince rust.

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Fruit Tree and Plant Guard Ready-To-Spray should be applied as needed every 7-10 days. 

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