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Bonide Orchard Insecticide & Fungicide Spray Concentrate, 32 oz.

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Bonide Orchard Spray is great for citrus, fruit and nuts, as well as vegetables, ornamentals, houseplants and lawns.

  • Truly effective and all-purpose
  • Use up to day of harvest

Specification Description
Product Type: Insecticides
Brand: Bonide
Natural or Organic: Yes
Package Size: 32 oz.
Manufacturer Part Number 2186

Will this be effective on tip blight on my arborvitae evergreens trees?

Asked by: Ramtuf
Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Citrus Fruit and Nut Orchard Spray concentrate product. No; this product will not be effective on tip blight. Recommend you consider our Bonide Fung-Onil Multi Purpose Fungicide Concentrate. This product has the active ingredient which is effective on tip blight on your arborvitae.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-06-22

Is this product effective on grasshoppers on peach, nectarine, and walnut trees?

Asked by: burlyscott
Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Citrus Fruit and Nut Orchard spray. No; this product will not be effective on grasshoppers.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-07-03

How many gallons can I make from the 32oz concentrate?

Asked by: Amanda85
Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Citrus, Fruit and Nut Orchard Spray Concentrate. A quart of concentrate makes up to 12.8 gallons of finished spray, depending on the dilution rate used.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-11-04

Will this be effective for fire blight in pears?

Asked by: Larry04606
Larry, This product does not have fire blight as a listed disease, so we can't recommend it. We would recommend using Copper Fungicide, which also comes in a concentrated formula. We recommend applying Copper Fungicide during the dormant period with one application in the Fall. The label has instructions on how to apply this product thereafter. Thank you for your question. We appreciate your patronage.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-10-29

having a problem killing the aphids on my Peachtree if I up the ratio to a half a cup per gallon of water would it be more effective

Asked by: Kim Randall
Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Citrus, Fruit and Nut Orchard Spray. Increasing the dilution rate will NOT make the product more effective; an increased rate can damage the tree. If you are dealing with the green peach aphid which typically attacks peachs and plums, this will be a difficult insect to control. Once they are established and are allowed to distort the leaf growth, control will be difficult. Recommend you continue to use Citrus, Fruit and Nut Orchard Spray at the rate of 5 ounces per gallon of water and that you spray every 7 days. This may help to reduce the population and help with control.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-05-10

Can this be used effectively to treat Peach leaf curl?

Asked by: tammih12
Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Citrus, Fruit, and Nut Orchard Spray. This product will NOT be effective for peach leaf curl. We recommend Bonide's Liquid Copper Fungicide Spray. Timing for sprays is critical in order to control this disease. Apply Liquid Copper in the autumn after 90% of the leaves have fallen from the tree and then again in the spring just prior to bud swell. During the growing season when the leaf curl has hit is too late to spray. At that point, the best you can do is to minimize stress to the tree and insure that all tree debris is removed and destroyed.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-04-26
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