Bonide (BND212) - All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oi

Bonide (BND212) - All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oi

Bonide (BND212) - All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oi

Bonide (BND212) - All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oi:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Did you walk past your Citrus and notice the leaves curling and folding in? Upon closer inspection, are the leaf's showing "slimy" highways along the leaf's face or underside? What about black spots underneath the foliage? Trust me, it made me insane watching it happen to all my 1 year old citrus trees. From my Bears Lime, Mexican Key Lime to my Valencia and Dancy Mandarin Citrus, they were all getting infected by that nasty, ugly leaf miner. Here's what i did to solve my issue:1. In a 2 Gallon Sprayer, add 1 cup of Captain Jacks Dead Bug Brew and 1 cup of Bonide 212 All Seasons Concentrate.2. Mix well3. Pump and start spraying your citrus.Spray the top of the leaves as well as the bottom. Please remember, Leaf miner season starts in June and ends in November. Please remember to spray every 3 weeks to prevent a large infestation of these suckers.Also note that the damage is already done, you will not reverse the leaves that were affected, but you will stop the spread of the miner affecting other areas. What this will do is help prevent damage to any new foliage shooting and stop additional damage the existing leaves.One quick note, it will take 2 sprays to eliminate it. Do it 2 weeks apart.Your leaves will look nice and shiny, that's normal as the combination of the 2 contains an oily substance that smothers the miner, causing it to die. I feel like it adds to the attraction, but that's just me.max 45% off,max 53% off,online shoppingBonide (BND212) - All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oi
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  • USE YEAR ROUND: Our 3-in-1 product provides year-round protection against insects, mites, and diseases. Can be used at the dormant stage, green tip stage, delayed dormant stage, and during the growing season to prevent pest infestations and disease
  • INSECT KILLER: Product envelops and smothers a variety of insects including adelgids, aphids, scale insects, mites, mealybugs, and certain species of moth
  • DISEASE PREVENTION: Helps to control powdery mildew, rust, greasy spot, botrytis, and other listed diseases
  • FOLIAGE PROTECTOR: Used to protect pears, cherries, ornamentals, shrubs, peaches, asparagus, corn, peppers, roses, and other crops listed on the label
  • ORGANIC GARDENING: The active ingredient of All Seasons Spray Oil is mineral oil. Unlike harsh chemicals, mineral oil leaves no toxic residues. This natural product is approved for organic gardening and is safe to use around people and pets
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All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil For organic gardening. A superior type of paraffinic 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 and diseases. Highly recommended for use on fruit trees, shade trees, shrubs, ornamentals, roses, and vegetables. Safe and pleasant to use. About Bonide: Bonide has been trusted since 1926 as the leader in providing the best possible products and solutions for home, lawn, and garden pest problems. Based out of Oriskany, New York, we continue to grow our reputation as a leader in the lawn and garden care categories by delivering the highest quality products alongside our great customer service. Our goal is to help consumers throughout their entire purchasing process by recognizing signs of trouble, developing the best solutions, and recommending the perfect products.


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About Bonide

Bonide has been trusted since 1926 in providing quality products and solutions for home, lawn, and garden pest problems.

Based out of Oriskany, New York, we continue to grow our reputation in the lawn and garden care categories by delivering results.

Our goal is to help consumers throughout their entire purchasing process by recognizing signs of trouble, developing products, and recommending solutions.

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Bonide (BND212) - All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oi

Bonide (BND212) - All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oi:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Did you walk past your Citrus and notice the leaves curling and folding in? Upon closer inspection, are the leaf's showing "slimy" highways along the leaf's face or underside? What about black spots underneath the foliage? Trust me, it made me insane watching it happen to all my 1 year old citrus trees. From my Bears Lime, Mexican Key Lime to my Valencia and Dancy Mandarin Citrus, they were all getting infected by that nasty, ugly leaf miner. Here's what i did to solve my issue:1. In a 2 Gallon Sprayer, add 1 cup of Captain Jacks Dead Bug Brew and 1 cup of Bonide 212 All Seasons Concentrate.2. Mix well3. Pump and start spraying your citrus.Spray the top of the leaves as well as the bottom. Please remember, Leaf miner season starts in June and ends in November. Please remember to spray every 3 weeks to prevent a large infestation of these suckers.Also note that the damage is already done, you will not reverse the leaves that were affected, but you will stop the spread of the miner affecting other areas. What this will do is help prevent damage to any new foliage shooting and stop additional damage the existing leaves.One quick note, it will take 2 sprays to eliminate it. Do it 2 weeks apart.Your leaves will look nice and shiny, that's normal as the combination of the 2 contains an oily substance that smothers the miner, causing it to die. I feel like it adds to the attraction, but that's just me.max 45% off,max 53% off,online shoppingBonide (BND212) - All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oi