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Doris from Hernando, Fl writes

Is it safe to eat lemons off of my tree after spraying it with Southern Ag Conserve Naturalyte Insect Control?

I just sprayed my lemon tree with Conserve Naturalyte Insect Control. My lemons will ripen in the next couple of days. I'm afraid if I pick them in a day or two that they will be harmful if consumed. Also, will it kill whiteflies, aphids and spider mites on citrus fruit trees?

Answer:

Southern Ag Conserve Naturalyte Insect Control has a pre-harvest interval of one day after application for lemons. It is labeled for treatment of spider mites as directed along with Fire Ants, Caterpillars, Worms, Leafminers, Leafrollers, Thrips, Gall Midges, Leaf Feeding Beetles, Fruit Flies, Colorado Potato Beetle and Corn Earworms only. 

Answer last updated on: 11/06/2017

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