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Bonide All Seasons Horticultural & Dormant Insecticide Spray Oil Concentrate, Organic, 32 oz., 2116

SKU: 443568999
Bonide All Seasons Horticultural & Dormant Insecticide Spray Oil Concentrate, Organic, 32 oz., 2116
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32 oz. All Seasons Horticultural & Dormant Spray Oil Concentrate-A superior type parafinic oil that may be used as a growing season spray, dormant spray (no leaves) or delayed dormant (green tip) spray to control overwintering eggs of red spiders, scale insects, aphids, bud moths, leaf roller, red bug, codling moth, blister mites, galls, whitefly, mealy bugs and other insects. Highly recommended for use on fruit trees, shade trees, shrubs, ornamentals, roses and vegetables.

  • Controls scale, spider mites, and eggs
  • Controls insects and disease by smothering
  • Kills both eggs & adult insects
  • Superior type paraffinic Horticultural Oil
  • Can be used throughout the year from dormancy to harvest

Specification Description
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Area of Use: Home gardens
Concentrated or Ready to Use: Concentrated
Contact or Systemic: Contact
Emergence: Pre-Emergent and Post-Emergent
Application/Use: Concentrate
Type: Insecticide & Fungicide
Compatible Plant Type: Listed fruit trees, vegetables, & roses
Brand: Bonide
Special Feature(s): Superior parafinic oil
Part Number: 2116
Indoor and/or Outdoor: Outdoor
Form: Liquid
Coverage Area: Listed fruit trees, vegetables, & roses
Package Size: 32 oz.
Longevity: Various
Manufacturer Part Number 2116
Bonide All Seasons Horticultural & Dormant Insecticide Spray Oil Concentrate, Organic, 32 oz., 2116 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product We have been using this product for a few years now. We use it on all of our fruit trees and bushes. After we trim them back we spray them to help protect them. We also spray them a few times in February & March to protect the buds from a late frost. We just spray them in hopes that it will protect them.
Date published: 2019-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works like a charm! This is one of the best oil sprays you can get for your garden. A must have if going organic. Bonide stuff is great!!!
Date published: 2010-08-19
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will it hurt flowers if some of the spray hits the flowers?? impatients,hoastas ???

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your question. There are some flowers such as impatient flowers that can be damaged by oil products such as All Seasons Oil. If you are not sure, always do a test spray first on a few to see if the flowers will be damaged.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-06-13

Can I mix the All Seasons Horticultural Dormant Insecticide Spray Oil Concentrate with Monterey Liqui-cop( liquid copper)?

Asked by: fruit trees
Thank you for your question. Potentially, you can mix pesticides together, especially if it states you can on the label. However if there is no mention of mixing on the label, it is at your own risk to mix pesticides together as manufacture's guarantees of effectiveness and safety become void if you do. If you do decide to mix, please preform a jar test first. If you decide not to mix please wait at least 24 hours between the applications.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-04-12

I have some old apple trees that have not been taken care of for 15 years. What products do you recommend and how often should they be used? There are approximately 50 trees that need attention.

Asked by: Ladder82
Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's All Seasons Horticultural & Dormant Spray Oil product. One suggestion would be pruning. Neglected fruit trees will benefit from pruning (and then pruning regularly once a year) in order to produce the best fruit. What products to use really depends on what it is you are trying to control. Once a problem is identified, depending on the issue it may involve a certain time and a certain product. The Bonide All Seasons is a great multi-purpose product to get you started; this product can work against many different disease and insect problems. It can be used once every 7 to 10 days during the growing season, right up to the same day of harvest. If there is no growth on your trees, it can even be used as a dormant spray to help take care of any overwintering problems. Recommend pruning first and then utilizing the All Seasons. Be sure to review and follow label instructions for proper application.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-04-27

Is this product effective for Japanese Beetles?

Asked by: Sweetsparrow
Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil concentrate. This product would not be effective against Japanese beetles. Instead, recommend you consider Bonide's Neem Oil Concentrate to control this difficult insect. Japanese beetles are one of the most difficult insects to control in their adult stage because they are constantly moving. You no sooner control one wave, when another wave of them moves in. Therefore, multiple applications of Neem will be necessary. You can use Neem oil once every 7 days and the label includes ornamentals as well as edible crops.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-10-17

How to mix for apple trees and when to use

Asked by: snaps
Thank you for your question regarding our All Seasons Horticultural & Dormant Spray Oil product. How much to use depends on whether your apple tree is still dormant or if it is actively growing. This product can be used both as a dormant spray and during the growing season, providing temperatures do not go below 40 degrees and/or above 90 degrees. For a dormant rate (no growth on the trees), you can use between 2.5 and 5 tablespoons of oil per gallon of water. Once green tips have emerged and during the growing season, you can use 1 to 4 tablespoons of oil per gallon of water. Use the higher tablespoon rates if you have a more serious problem; the lower tablespoon rates are good for prevention. You can spray this product every 10 to 14 days if needed.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-04-27

50 roses to spray. How long takes the spray to dry? Is rain washing it away?

Asked by: Valiae
Thank you for your question. Please try to get a dry time of 24 hours after application of All Seasons Oil. Onced dried on rain will not impact the efficacy.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-02-19

can bonide be spayed on cherry trees?

Asked by: chopes
Thank you for your question. All Seasons Oil can be sprayed on a cherry tree. Please do not apply during bloom.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-05-21

can the dormant oil spray and the bonide fruit spray be combined , mixing into one spray

Asked by: rabanks
Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Spray Oil and our Bonide Fruit Tree Spray. We do not recommend mixing these products together into a single spray; there may be compatibility issues. All Seasons can be used as a dormant spray first (when there is no growth on the tree). Fruit Tree Spray should be used during the growing season once the fruit tree has broken dormancy; your first spray would be typically at green tip. Be sure to carefully review the labels of each product before you begin to spray.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-08-04
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