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32 oz. Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate

Product Overview

Designed for outdoor use, Bonide Product Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate can be used to control diseases, insects and fungus. Ideal for use on fruit crops, evergreens and ornamentals, this concentrated spray instantly mixes with water for easy application. This liquid fruit tree spray covers up to 1,000 sq. ft. to suit your needs.
  • Covers up to 1,000 sq. ft.
  • Mixes with water for easy application
  • Complete liquid fruit tree spray concentrate
  • For use on fruit crops, evergreens and ornamentals
  • Use to help control diseases, insects and fungus
  • Designed for outdoor use
  • This product is applicable for the following pest types: Apple Maggots, Codling Moths, Japanese Beetles, Leafhoppers, Aphids, Plum Curculios, Tent Caterpillars, Leafrollers, Mites

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BrandSevinBonideBonideBonide
Name16 oz. Insect Killer Concentrate16 oz. Systemic Insect Control Concentrate32 oz Citrus, Fruit, & Nut Orchard Concentrate32 oz. Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate
Price
$1645
$1979
$2298
Ratings
(78)
(24)
(44)
(2)
Pest Common NameAnts,Aphids,Bees,Beetles,Beetles,Caterpillars,Crickets,Earwigs,Fire Ants,Flies,Fruit Flies,Moths,Rats,Roaches,Spiders,Stink Bugs,Termites,Ticks,Wasps,WormsAphids,Beetles,Caterpillars,Flies,MothsAnts,Aphids,Beetles,Caterpillars,Earwigs,Flies,Fruit Flies,Moths,Spider Mites,WormsAphids,Beetles,Caterpillars,Moths
Indoor/OutdoorOutdoorOutdoorOutdoorOutdoor
Application TypeSpraySpraySpraySpray
Spray Application TypeConcentrateConcentrateConcentrateConcentrate
Garden Pest LocationEvergreens,Flowers,Fruit & Nut Trees,Lawns,Ornamentals,Perennials,Shade Trees,ShrubsFlowers,Ornamentals,Shade Trees,ShrubsFlowers,ShrubsEvergreens,Flowers,Fruit & Nut Trees,Ornamentals
LocationGarden,Home,Lawn,PerimeterGardenGardenGarden
Concentrated or Ready to UseConcentratedConcentratedConcentratedConcentrated
Safe for EdiblesYesNoYesYes
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.75 in
Product Height (in.)
9.75 in
Product Width (in.)
2.25 in

Details

Application Type
Spray
Concentrated or Ready to Use
Concentrated
Garden Pest Location
Evergreens,Flowers,Fruit & Nut Trees,Ornamentals
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Location
Garden
Organic
Non-Organic
Pack Size
1
Pest Common Name
Aphids,Beetles,Caterpillars,Moths
Pest Control Type
Lawn Insect Control
Primary Active Ingredient
Captan
Product Weight (oz.)
37.76 oz
Safe for Edibles
Yes
Safe for Pets
No
Spray Application Type
Concentrate

Questions & Answers

11Questions14Answers

Is this harmful to bees and honey production

Asked by Beesmart April 7, 2020
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Answer

Thank you for your question. Fruit Tree Spray does contain two insecticides, so it can be if applied against the label instructions. Do not apply when plants are in bloom or when it is windy, to prevent drift. Please read the label thoroughly for all restrictions and precautions.

what are the mixing portions>water + dormant spray with sprayer

Asked by dottie July 9, 2018
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Answer

Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Fruit Tree Spray. If your question is about mixing this product with another dormant spray product, we cannot recommend mixing the two chemistries together in one spray due to possible chemistry compatibility issues. If you are asking for a dilution rate to use for the Bonide Fruit Tree Spray alone, the dilution rate depends on the fruit you are spraying.

How much concentrate to use per gallon

Asked by Donnie April 18, 2017
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Answer

Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Fruit Tree Spray. For the listed fruit trees, how much product to use per gallon depends on what stage the tree is in and what fruit tree you are spraying it on. For roses or listed flowers, there are other dilution rates. Recommend reviewing the product label closely to be sure your particular fruit tree or other plant is listed on the label.

My tree has already bloomed. Is it too late to spray?

Asked by Sonya April 12, 2017
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Answer

Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Fruit Tree Spray product. No, it is not too late to spray. However, when you spray really depends on what it is you are trying to control. Timing of sprays for certain fruit-related issues is critical for effective control.

Is this product harmful to horses?

Asked by Esther March 14, 2017
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Answers

Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate product. Animals should be kept out of the area during application. Animals can reenter the area when sprays have dried. The product is not to be used if your horse will graze in the area where the spray is applied.

I used this spray on 3 different fruit trees just before they were beginning to blossom. I didn't get any fruit on any of these trees.

Asked by Judy September 5, 2016
1
Answer

Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Fruit Tree Spray product. Fruit production is not linked to using a fruit tree spray before bloom. Whether or not a fruit tree produces fruit depends on the type of fruit and whether or not it needs a second variety to pollinate, the age of the tree, along with other environmental issues. When to spray really depends on the specific issue you are trying to control.

Will this product harm the bees?

Asked by Linda July 14, 2016
1
Answer

Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Fruit Tree Spray. When used in accordance with the label directions, this product is safe to use. To protect pollinators, avoid spraying during bloom and/or during times when bees are most active. Consider spraying later in the day when bees are less active.

Is this be considered organic?

Asked by Appleman52 February 26, 2016
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Answers

Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Fruit Tree Spray product. This product is not organic.

Is this spray safe for pets?

Asked by SW January 2, 2016
2
Answers

Thank you for your question regarding our Bonide Fruit Tree Spray product. Do not have your pets in the area while you are spraying. It is safe for pets to reenter the area after the spray has dried.

Can I spray for pests with peaches in the early growing stage? I've seen a few holes in the leaves and ants crawling up the trunk.

Asked by Wizard June 10, 2015
2
Answers

Thank you for your question regarding Bonide's Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate product. Our Fruit Tree Spray product can be used on peaches once there is new growth on the tree; however, you are limited to 3 spray applications per growing season. There is a preharvest interval of 21 days; so, you cannot spray within 21 days of when you will harvest and eat the fruit. When you should spray depends on what it is you are trying to control. The green tip and petal fall stages are two good times to spray since many different problems can develop around these stages.

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Customer Reviews

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Not very effective
The ingredients are not very good does not have Captan or Malithion. Still have worms in my apples
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Response from The Bonide FamilyAugust 30, 2018
We are so sorry our product didn't meet your expectations. I would like to recommend another product of ours called Fruit Tree Plant & Guard. It combats worms from codling moths in your apples and can be applied up to 21 days before harvest. Thank you for trusting is, we appreciating your consideration. Basic
Southfield, MI
Just what I needed
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I purchase this product for my pear tree that produced only a handful of pears last year. You will need a spray bottle that can spray high and attach to a hose. I used one that I previously had for spraying my lawn. After using this product in early spring, my tree has an abundant of pears growing. The tree is not showing any sign of disease at this point. Not only did I spray the tree, I also soaked the ground and surrounding area with this product. It has also helped my other flowering plants which is bug free. Now I only have to worry about the squirrels, hopefully they will leave some for me.
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Response from The Bonide FamilyAugust 27, 2018
Thank you for your very detailed review. We are so pleased to hear how well this product works for your pear trees. Thank you for your continued patronage. Basic
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