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Bonide® Citrus, Fruit & Nut Orchard Spray

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Item #H25993, 32 Ounce Concentrate


A natural fruit tree spray to protect your orchard. This concentrate, when mixed with water, controls a wide range of fungal diseases and insect pests on fruit trees, nut trees, citrus, berries, ornamentals and more. Follow the printed label for specific application instructions. Can be used up to the day before harvest. Natural control. Contains sulfur and pyrethrins.

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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
It sounded like this was the most "organic" offering
RICHARD P on Jun 13, 2018
Recommended by Stark Bros. The product worked well last year.
JIM P on Mar 20, 2017
It sounded like this was the most "organic" offering
RICHARD P on Jun 13, 2018
I can use this without worrying about any strong smell or poison issues to my family or neighbors.
John K on May 11, 2018
Recommended by Stark Bros. The product worked well last year.
JIM P on Mar 20, 2017
I like this because I can use on all fruit trees
Charles S on Jan 8, 2017
Works very well on my other fruit trees.
TRACY V on May 13, 2016
We bought our fruit trees from you. We thought you'd know best which spray to use. OTC ones we purchased in our area did not work well.
Carol S on May 3, 2016
I use this every year and have had wonderful results with my fruit trees.
LethaH on Apr 19, 2016
We keep bees, and aren't too crazy about spraying poisons nilly willy, this might be a good compromise that will help the trees (after the bloom is done) without laying down a swath of destruction.
Susan W on Feb 26, 2016
I can use this without worrying about any strong smell or poison issues to my family or neighbors.
John K on May 11, 2018
I like this because I can use on all fruit trees
Charles S on Jan 8, 2017
Will this spray hurt our honey bees?
Michael on Feb 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your inquiry. This is a more natural product we offer in lieu of the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray. Spraying should not be done while the tree or plant is in bloom as to not hurt the local bees.
when do you spray fruit trees ?
George W on Apr 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: While the trees are dormant, before they bloom and after the bloom leaves fall off
Would this be considered organic?
RichMohrmann on Mar 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Because it doesn't have any indication on the label that it has been certified organic (it's a natural spray derived from things like sulfur and pyrethrins), the best I can say is that it's considered more environmentally friendly than other sprays that are not natural/organic.
Will this spray be toxic to animals?
Carol W on Mar 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The label states that it is hazardous to aquatic invertebrates. It doesn't mention other animals specifically, and it has instructions for use on houseplants (indoors), but I would recommend using with caution around animals and children.
How much of this spray do you apply to each tree?
RBaker on May 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: That will depend upon the size of the tree. The idea is to wet the leaves/undersides with the spray. If you have a larger tree, that will require more of the solution; a smaller tree will require less. Here is a link to the product label: ://
How frequently can you use this product on apple trees during the season? I want something to keep after bugs and fungus without something very harsh.
GABRIELLE L on Apr 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Per container directions: for fungal: re-spray every 7-10 days or after rain. May be used up to day before harvest. For insects/mites: doesn't give time frame. "Thoroughly spray all areas of the plant, esp new shoots and underside of leaves. Pests need to be contacted by the spray to be controlled"

Other: do not use if temps over 90; do not spray within 21 days of an oil spray

Hope that all helps.
Will this work on Tomatoes?
Bill D on May 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes it will. We use it on all our trees and we use it on our garden
can I use this spray now as a preventative?
John S on Jun 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I start using it in March and every 3 months unless I detect issues before like tent worms or mold.
Can I use this on apricot tree?
Doris H on Feb 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Apricot trees are not included on the product label, so I cannot advise whether you should use it on apricot trees.
Bought this spray for my orchard. However I have banana plants in pots that I'm having trouble keeping mites off of. Is this safe to use on my banana trees?
Tyler P on Jun 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If the label on the product does not specifically permit use of this product on bananas, then it is a violation of federal law to use it on bananas. The product label is a distillate of thousands of studies that show how to use the product safely for consumers and the environment.

Will it work on bananas? Yes, it will kill mites. But if the label does not mention bananas, then the manufacturer did not see sufficient reason to do the studies on bananas. Hence, using the product on bananas unnecessarily adds dose risk if the owner consumes the bananas.

But if the bananas are NOT consumed, there is no consumer risk. Nonetheless, it is STILL a violation of federal law to use it on bananas unless the label lists bananas.
Is this used as a preventative or cure or both. What is it best at curing? Does one use it on fruit trees that are not yet bearing fruit. In the Spring do you use it at a very specific timely moment or just before bloom? When in the fall does it need to be sprayed? and what are the different timing issues between spraying apple trees and peach trees?
Louise L on May 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I use it on apple, pear, peach, grapes, plums and cherries as a preventative organic pesticide. I mix it with Kaolin clay. It works pretty well. I sprayed early with bud formation once and then held off until after blossom drop. Then I sprayed approx every week until August.
Can I use this spray on my pear tree? The fruit tree spray says it can not be used, but I do not see any tree restrictions in this product description.
Dane R on Apr 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is a separate spray from Bonide's "Fruit Tree Spray". This product's label includes use instructions for pests and diseases of pear trees.
Is this organic?
Doeen L on Nov 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This is an all-natural spray that is non-toxic/non-chemical and can be used for organic gardening.
Can this be used on chestnut trees and pomegranate?
Jeff R on May 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't see chestnut or pomegranate trees specifically mentioned on the label, so I'd suggest testing a small area for any sensitivity or reaction to the product before using it on the entire tree.
What product is good for blueberries?
C S on May 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This product can be used on blueberries and includes application instructions for these plants on the label.
will this product protect fruit trees from moths? apple blight? peach leaf curl? thank you
Brent M on Apr 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This product will take care of moths and apple blight. Here is a link to the product label for Bonide Citrus Fruit Nut and Orchard Spray: // For peach leaf curl, you need a copper-based fungicide. This one works really well: //
I am getting ready to buy a couple of gooseberry plants. Is this a good product to use on gooseberry plants for insect control and blight?
Deb F on Jan 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this would be perfect. Here is a link to our guide about controlling pests/diseases for gooseberry plants: //
Would this spray be good for peach and plum trees in east Texas?
Neil P on Dec 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question! Bonide?? Citrus, Fruit & Nut Orchard Spray is not limited to use in any geographic region. Please follow the label directions for use above/below certain temperatures.
Will this kill scab on my peach tree? If so, when should the tree be sprayed?
Nancy P on Sep 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it will. Please follow the label instructions. Do not apply when temperatures exceed 90??F. Do not use within 21 days of an oil spray. Apply as directed, every 7- to 10-days, or after rain as needed. Can be used up to 1 day before harvest.
I have a 15 gallon tree sprayer , how many bottles of concentrate do I need for a tank fill?
Richard E on Sep 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. Each 32 oz. bottle of Bonide Citrus Fruit Nut Orchard Spray makes 12.8 gallons of spray (at the weakest mixing proportions), so you would need 3 bottles, but you'd have some left over.
What is the Best for Standard Cherry Trees?
Sherry A on Jul 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This product can be used on any size cherry tree. Just follow the label and do not apply when temperatures exceed 90??F. Do not use within 21 days of an oil spray. Apply as directed (every 7 to 10 days, or after rain) as needed. This product can be used up to 1 day before harvest.
My apple tress leaves are curlin up and have tiny holes in them, is this the right treatment?
George K on Jun 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It's always helpful to identify the issue first, but this spray controls many fruit tree pests and diseases. Curled leaves could be a sign of pests like aphids or leafrollers. Holes in the leaves could be signs of pests feeding or fungal issues.
Can you use this on strawberries and grapes?
LethaH on Jun 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, grapes and strawberries are included on the label as plants that this product can be used with.
Is the Bonide Orchard Spray safe to use on the bare root apple and pear trees I bought from you and planted two months ago, or are the trees too young ?
Philip K on Jun 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it is very safe to use on bare root trees. That is all I use on my trees.

Will this product work for concord grapes?
Steve C on May 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, grapes are listed as a product on the label, along with specific instructions on making applications.
Can I you this for fig fruits because has black spit in them ?
Abdullah A on May 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It doesn't specifically list figs on the label. If you have this spray and you want to try it on your fig trees, test a small area first before making a broad application in case the fig tree is sensitive to any of the ingredients.

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I Wish I Had This Product Last Year
My potted citrus trees (lemon, lime, tangelo, and orange) were suffering from black soot, scale, whiteflies, leaf miners, and aphids. I had tried insecticide soap, water sprays, and other natural methods to help my trees to thrive, but nothing seemed to have a significant effect. I was persistent, starting my treatments as soon as I noticed insects or disease, but there was little lasting relief for my trees.

I bought this product and sprayed my citrus trees as directed, and they looked "relieved" the very next day! The aphids were gone. The whiteflies - died as I sprayed. Scale - dead or dying. Black soot - stopped. NOTE: My trees are in my greenhouse, therefore there was no danger to the bees or other good insects.

I plan to spray as a preventive measure from this point forward; I am so happy that I made the investment in this product!
April 12, 2016
Bonide Citrus Fruit Nut Orchard Spray
I think it will help me raise some good Stark Bro 'a Gala apples and Stark Bro's Deliciious pears. Yes I will recommend this products to my friends.
Sincerely, John Bradsher
April 21, 2016
over 2 years ago
Doesn't kill ants and you have to use it daily for it to be somewhat effective
July 2, 2017
1 year ago
excellent product , I recommend it to everyone looking to stop the bugs and flies
June 8, 2017
over 2 years ago