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Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Insecticide Concentrate, 32 oz., 2036

SKU: 421047999
Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Insecticide Concentrate, 32 oz., 2036
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32 oz. Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate-A complete liquid fruit tree spray and a spreader sticker. Simple to use. No plugged nozzles. As little as 11/2 tablespoons per application. Excellent for the home orchardist.

  • Controls both insects AND diseases on fruit trees, flowers, evergreens and strawberries.
  • Apply as a dormant spray and throughout the growing season.
  • Economical concentrate.

Specification Description
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Concentrated or Ready to Use: Concentrated
Form: Liquid
Area of Use: Home gardens
Contact or Systemic: Contact
Type: Insecticide & Fungicide
Package Size: 32 oz.
Application/Use: Concentrate
Emergence: Pre-Emergent and Post-Emergent
Special Feature(s): Also spreader sticker
Brand: Bonide
Compatible Plant Type: Listed fruit trees, flowers, ornamentals, evergreens, & strawberries
Indoor and/or Outdoor: Outdoor
Longevity: Various
Coverage Area: Listed fruit trees, flowers, ornamentals, evergreens, & strawberries
Part Number: 2036
Manufacturer Part Number 2036
Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Insecticide Concentrate, 32 oz., 2036 is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bonide—BEST Bonide is the best - we have used Bonide Fruit Tree spray for years on our apple trees. We believe it is the best you can buy
Date published: 2019-07-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst Product I sprayed my trees and within a few days all my leaves have spotting and have turned yellow and started withering off.
Date published: 2018-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is as good as you are. If you don't follow instructions, you won't get good results. It says shake it up, then do it. This is a multi function spray with multiple ingredients. As one reviewer already said, it won't work if the damage is already done. Didn't use dormant oil spray before budding? Don't expect this product to make up for that. For what it is made for, it is excellent. Don't skimp on spraying. If the leaf doesn't get covered, it can't work. Nothing will work that way. I have poor results when I didn't spray soon enough, but excellent results on insect and disease control when I sprayed on time. This is not a spray once and forget it product. Insects and diseases are out there all summer. Any product that you save over to the next year will settle out badly and will really need a lot of shaking to stir things up.
Date published: 2018-05-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Package instructions This product comes in a white bottle, and is a mixture of several compounds. The liquid of the mildly shaken bottle is amber translucent to opaque. There is a white precipitate of a suspended solid on the bottom. You will not see it unless you shake and pound the heck out of the bottle. I poured about half the liquid out into my hose end sprayer, then recapped and played the upside down bottle like a tambourine for about a minute. The difference in liquid color was significant. I repeated with a little water twice and got almost all the precipitate out. The product could use a little development to improve its ability to suspend solids, but it does work.
Date published: 2017-01-22
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Is this spray good for peach trees that have brown rot? I want something to spray the trees with after I trim them.

Asked by: 1oldman1947
Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Fruit Tree Spray. Yes, this product is good for treating brown rot on peach trees. However, it's the timing of the spray that is important to controlling this disease. After harvest or after you prune for the season, the product would not be effective. Begin Fruit Tree Spray applications (there are a maximum of 3 applications of this product per growing season) at pre-bloom in the spring; then after bloom, you can do your remaining 2 sprays, 14 days apart. Proper cultural controls like good sanitation (destroying any rotten fruit, cleaning up debris, etc) would be most important at this time of the year since this disease can overwinter.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2018-03-21

Subject: BONIDE PRODUCTS INC 203 Qt Conc Fruit Tree Spray, 32 oz,  I have a peach and nectarine tree that have a fungus.  The fruit is gone but the leaves are still on (it’s August). Would it help to apply this product now, or wait until next year?

Asked by: Dhturk
Thank you for your question. Most likely applying now in August would not help. It depends on the type of fungus issue that is happening with the trees. Be aware that the product Fruit Tree Spray cannot be used on nectarine trees. Please consider contacting Bonide Consumer Service Department to get help and more information. Bonide makes many other products that can be used on fruit trees, both peach and nectarine.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-08-24

We have 3 apple trees in our bCkyard, which is fenced it for our 3 dogs. The apples that drop my dogs eat some of them. Is this safe for them?

Asked by: Forster
Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Fruit Tree Spray product. There is a 14 day pre-harvest interval for apples. Therefore, there has to be 14 days after a spray application of this product before apples can be harvested and eaten. If apples should drop before the 14 days, recommend picking them up and getting rid of them so that your dogs do not eat them.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-07-13

can this be used on an apple tree that already has small fruit? Something is eating at the leaves

Asked by: Happy Apple
Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Fruit Tree Spray. This product can be used on an apple tree even with small fruit. The only restriction to this is you cannot spray within 14 days of when you plan on harvesting and eating the fruit. Be sure to shake the product very well before diluting it and continue to keep it well mixed while you are spraying.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-07-13

Will this product help with leaf curl on stone fruit trees?

Asked by: Papa64
Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Fruit Tree Spray product. No, this product will not be effective on leaf curl. Recommend you consider Bonide's Liquid Copper Fungicide product. The key to good control is the timing of the sprays. Once you see the disease, it's too late to spray. Recommend using the copper spray in the fall when 90 percent of the leaves have fallen from the tree and then again in spring before the buds swell. Garden sanitation is also important to prevent the disease from reinfecting the tree; remove any fallen debris or fall fruit, prune regularly to improve air circulation, and sanitize the pruning tools afterwards. If you mulch your trees, consider replacing with fresh mulch.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-08-27

When mixed how much will 32oz make?

Asked by: EFastman
Thank you for your question. Fruit Tree Spray has two mixing rates on the label 1 1/2 tbsp. per gallon of water and 2 1/2 tbsp. per gallon of water. The amount can vary depending on what plant and what stage it is in (for fruit plants listed). The 32 oz. container of Fruit Tree Spray can make up to 42.6 gallons of solution at the minimum rate and 25.6 gallons at the max rate.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-06-10

Your mixture ratio details were confusing. If I have the Fruit Tree Spray concentrate bottle and a 1 gal. jug, how much spray do you mix in?

Asked by: Noxee
Thank you for your question. The minimum mixture rate for Fruit Tree Spray is 1.5 tbsp. per gallon of water, and the max is 2.5 tbsp. per gallon.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-07-25

how often do I spray on young fruit trees?

Asked by: 03Lana
Thank you for your question. Fruit Tree Spray can only be applied 2 times to apple trees, 4 times on cherry trees, and 3 times on peach trees. Do NOT apply to fruit trees not listed on the label.
Answered by: The Bonide Family
Date published: 2019-05-13
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