Southern Ag Parafine Horticultural Oil

Southern Ag Parafine Horticultural Oil
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Product Overview

Southern Ag Parafine Horticultural Oil is a liquid concentrate insecticide which helps control pests on woody ornamentals. It features a new formula which can be used as a dormant oil or horticultural oil. It effectively control insects like white fly, scales, mealy bugs and spider mites on many woody ornamentals including apples, avocados, palms, roses, ivy and other listed vegetables. It is simple to mix and uses low rate formulation. For non-dormant uses apply 1-3 tablespoons per gallon of water, for dormant uses apply 4-8 tablespoons per gallon of water, and for most other uses apply 3 tablespoons per gallon of water. Product comes in 1 pint bottle.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Mineral oil - 98.00% Emulsifier - 2.0%
Target pests Scale, white fly, mealy bugs and spider mites.
For use in Woody ornamentals, palms, apples, citrus, avocados, mangos, roses, ivy, and listed vegetables. FOR RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY
Application Mix with water. Agitate while spraying. Apply as a thorough cover spray.
For non-dormant uses: 1-3 tablespoons per gallon of water.
For dormant uses: 4-8 tablespoons per gallon of water.
For most other uses: 3 tablespoons per gallon of water.
Pet safe Yes, if followed by directions on label.
NOT FOR SALE TO CA
Special Features Use as a horticultural oil or a dormant oil
Shipping Weight 1.00 lbs
Manufacturer Southern Ag (Mfg. Number: 09203)
UPC 051538092029
EPA Registration 829-83

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USE RESTRICTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS

Mix thoroughly the proper amount of oil and water in the spray tank and continue agitation during spraying. Do not allow the mixture to stand. In general, woody ornamentals are more tolerant to oil sprays than tender succulent plants. If oil applications must be made to tender plants, they may be syringed off with clear water about an hour after applying oil.
Do not apply oil sprays to plants that are wilting or are near wilting from lack of moisture. Do not apply oil with sulfur or lime sulfur. Do not apply an oil spray within 3 weeks before or after an application of sulfur or lime sulfur. Avoid spraying during periods of excessively high temperature (above 90 degrees Fahrenheit). Do not exceed three oil spraying per year. Do not use more than the suggested dosage, for to do so may cause plant injury.

HOW TO IMPROVE CONTROL
For scalicides to be effective, thorough coverage is essential. Better scale control can be anticipated when applications are made when scale insects are in the crawler stage.

NON-DORMANT USES (WHEN PLANT IS ACTIVELY GROWING)
This includes all Florida uses as well as uses on actively growing plants (non-dormant) in other Southeastern areas. Do not use when temperatures fall below 42 degrees Fahrenheit within 3 weeks of application. If second application of oil is necessary, do not apply within six weeks after first oil spray. Avoid spraying open blooms. 

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Parafine Horticultural Oil on maple tree dormant

I have gloomy scale on my maple trees and bought this at my local farmer shop. I can't figure out the tablespoon per gallon and how much to use on my tree

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Southern Ag Parafine Horticultural Oil does not list that it can be used on trees so there is not a rate we can advise on, we do apologize.  We would recommend reaching out to the manufacturer directly to confirm, they can be reached at (941) 722-3285.

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How to you apply Southern Ag Parafine Horticultural Oil?

Everyone says how to mix but not how to apply. Wipe on, spray on, water with?

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The Southern Ag Parafine Horticultural Oil is diluted with water and applied as a spray on the plants you need to treat using a handheld or backpack sprayer. Be sure to cover all leaf and stem surfaces thoroughly for best results.

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