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Bonide® All Seasons® Horticultural & Dormant Spray Oil

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Control overwintering pests and their eggs. Protect fruit trees, flowering and shade trees, roses, vegetables, and other garden plants from scale, mites, and aphids — from eggs to larvae and adults. Also controls some fungal diseases like powdery mildew and rust. Use as directed in winter or early spring for proactive care, and during growing season for control on contact. Natural control. Contains paraffinic (mineral) oil.

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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
covers a good many pest
KENNETH H on Sep 6, 2016
covers a good many pest
KENNETH H on Sep 6, 2016
Used this last year for the first time, with great success!
KEVIN R on Apr 3, 2016
Used this last year for the first time, with great success!
KEVIN R on Apr 3, 2016
How much spray will the container make?
Rick B on Feb 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The applications vary too much to say for certain. Per the label, some plants/trees require as little as 1oz of concentrate per gallon or as much as 7.5oz of concentrate per gallon. Forgive the math, but this should help give you a range to work with: On average, the pint, which is 16oz of concentrate, could make from 2 to 16 gallons of spray, depending on intended use. The quart, which is 32oz of concentrate, could make from 4 to 32 gallons of spray, depending on intended use. I hope this helps!
Will this dormant spray oil harm bees?
karen l on Mar 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Karen......I used this product and another one that Starks sells during the cold weather beforethe bees were active. Some of the fruit trees are in bloom, others coming, and vines will be too. I don't think I wuill have any adverse reaction to the spray....there's millions of honey bees and wild bees of all kinds polinating now. I would think that it is too late to spray the dormant oil now, with things coming in bloom. You might want to wait until the blooms have been polinate before fruit forms, if you haven't sprayed yet. That might be of some good for existing pests in the bark. By the way, I've always figured that a strong bee hive can overcome some mortality from my sprays and surrounding agriculture sprays, but I likely lose many times more bees to about 80-100 barn swallows that come back each summer and have 2-3 clutches of young each season. Hope this helps you in your spraying.
Is this product not a dormant spray for apple fruit trees?
Terry L S on Mar 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Use it on my blueberry bushes, cherry tree, apricot tree, plum tree and my raspberry canes. I know it says in the instructions what dilution to use for Apple trees as well and I know it can be applied at various times during the year but right now is the best time to use it to fight overwintering pests.
will it control brown rot?
larry m on Feb 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your inquiry. The dormant oil is used for the control of insects and pests, rather than diseases. Please call Customer Support at 800.325.4180 for a recommendation.
Is dormant spray safe for lady bug and bees?
Anderson-Fisk L on Mar 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I use it and I have bee hives and no problem I use the spray in the fall it for use on trees and bushes when leaves are off and for green tip mainly to kill eggs
I was told to spray this spray oil in the fall 2 weeks before the trees start shedding their leaves can you give me an approximate date for a zone of 5 or 6?. Thanks
Usama T on Sep 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, when leaves shed in the fall is heavily dependent on the weather (cool temperatures, wind, rain, etc.), which can vary from area to area, tree type to tree type, and year to year... even if the hardiness zone is the same. I don't know what the benefit of spraying leaves that are just going to drop is though. This spray is intended to be used as a growing season spray, dormant spray (no leaves), or delayed dormant (green tip) spray to control pests and their overwintering eggs. The label will provide you with the timing instructions you need.
How much do you use for roses?
Kristen H on Mar 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The current label states 5 to 7.5 tablespoons per gallon of water (winter) and 2 to 5 tablespoons per gallon of water (summer) for pests, as needed. More details are also found on the label, like timing and control of diseases like black spot and powdery mildew.

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Bonide All Seasons Horticultural Dormant Spray Oil
Easy and safe to use and it works.
Does not kill bees or others pollinator's
May 7, 2016
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over 2 years ago
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