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Yes, Martins Dominion Tree and Shrub is labeled to treat for leafminers on shrubs. Please refer to the application guide on page 13 of the product label for usage rate for you specific shrub. You would need your shrub heights in order to calculate the correct usage rates needed.
We recommend that you triple rinse your sprayer, nozzle and wand between applications. We do carry a spray tank cleaners also. Here is the product page link to our website for these products.
No, the Martins Dominion Tree and Shrub is not labeled to be used on coconut/consumable fruit palms at all.
To make a soil drench application with Martins Dominion Tree and Shrub, you will need to measure the circumference of each individual trunk at breast height (about 4.5 feet height) and add them up. You will be mixing 1 oz of Martins Dominion Tree and Shrub per inch of circumference of the tree to 1 to 2 gallons of water and then follow with 1 to 2 more gallons of just water, applying evenly around the base of the tree (inside the drip line).
Martins Dominion Tree and Shrub could potentially kill beneficial insects including nematodes if they contact the treated area. Keep in mind that this product is not labeled for use on vegetables and other edible plants. Earthworms are rarely damaged by insecticides because they are deep in the soil, and their natural coating helps to protect them from pesticides and other toxins.
While Martins Tree an Shrub is labeled for flathead borers (including Bronze Birch, Alder Borers, and Emerald Ash Borers) it does not specifically list Pacific Flathead Borers.
We do not recommend treating the lawn with