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Bonide® Revitalize Bio Fungicide

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Effective organic control for common tree and plant diseases! Top-to-bottom high potency biofungicide/bactericide that provides safe, broad-spectrum foliar disease control. Treats blight, molds, rots, spots, stem canker and mildews on fruit and nut trees, ornamentals, vegetables/tubers, lawns, houseplants and tropical plants. Even effective on stubborn verticillium wilt! Approved by the National Organic Program (NOP) for both indoor and outdoor use. Safe for people, pets, bees and other beneficial insects. Maybe used up to day of harvest; little or no residue. Active ingredient: Bacillus amyloliquefacens D747.

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I have brown rot and hoping this will take care of it. Nothing else has so far.
Leslie W on Jul 23, 2019
I hope it will help with fruit tree problems
FAYE A on Jan 13, 2019
I have brown rot and hoping this will take care of it. Nothing else has so far.
Leslie W on Jul 23, 2019
It offers root colonization something I didn't see mentioned in the copper fungicide option
James H on May 6, 2019
I hope it will help with fruit tree problems
FAYE A on Jan 13, 2019
It offers root colonization something I didn't see mentioned in the copper fungicide option
James H on May 6, 2019
My cherry tree started to drop it's leave around July and by September it lost almost all of its leaves. The leaves start with small blemishes then they turn yellow/dry out and drop. I'm assuming it's some type of fungus? How can this be treated organically? I'm in zone 6B.
CarolB on Nov 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: If the problem occurs next year, take a leaf to your local Cooperative Extension office in a plastic bag. They can narrow down the possibilities. You can then decide which of the products that Stark bros offers is the best one for your trees.
for the second year my apple trees started losing leaves mid-July and by mid-August some varieties have total leaf drop. What is it?
Chuck on Sep 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It sounds like apple scab, a very common problem with apple trees. We recommend a spray program with either Bonide?? Fruit Tree Spray or Bonide?? Captan Fruit & Ornamental. or if you prefer an organic treatment, Serenade?? Garden Disease Control or Bonide?? Citrus, Fruit & Nut Orchard Spray.
my raspberry plants leaves have turned brown and crispy is it a disease or too much sun?
Robert L on Sep 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your inquiry. If your raspberry leaves have turned brown along the edges, it may be due to a nutrient deficiency. Leaf burn occurs in raspberries when any number of essential nutrients are in low supply, so you may not be able to determine which specific nutrient is needed unless you test your soil using a home test kit. or you can call your local county extension office they also can come test the soil. I hope this information is helpful have a good day.
will this work on my smoke tree that leaves are curled and showing sings of rust spots and my Japanese maple?
Awilda on Aug 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, there's not much you can do for your trees this year. This fall, be sure to clean up all leaves/debris under each tree and dispose in the trash. Do not compost. Apply a fungicide like Revitalize in the fall after the leaves falls, and again the spring before leaves appear. Please follow the label directions carefully.
Is it too late to use this for brown rot this season?
freelove b on Jul 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It is too late for this season. We highly recommend you read this article about brown rot and its treatment so this doesn't happen again next year: //www.starkbros.com/growing-guide/article/all-about-brown-rot
Will it work on brown rot?
Dgeil356@gmail.com D on Jul 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it does. Please use according to the label directions.
what is the best time to use this product?
Benjamin k on Mar 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: If plants/trees have broken dormancy where you live, now is a good time. A regular spray program will keep a whole host of problems away. It's organic, so you don't have to worry about toxic spraying.

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This product works very well my azalea tree is huge and is covered in it I need more . You spray it on the mold and it turns white and is going away .
July 9, 2018
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