A: Ortho Insect, Mite and Disease Control should not be applied to flowers that are visited by bees. Bees are an economically beneficial insect and are protected by the EPA. Bees can be affected by most insecticides. Focus spray on leaves and stems of plants and NOT on flowers. Apply at dusk or dawn when bees are less active.
A: Ortho Insect, Mite and Disease Control can be applied to cherry trees.
A: For best control apply Ortho 3-in-1 Insect, Mite and Disease Control as a protective spray early in the season before the diseases are noticed. Apply this product when pests are first noticed. Pests need to be contacted by the spray to be controlled. Spray when air is calm to avoid drift. To help protect beneficial bees and other pollinators avoid applying to flowers and apply at dusk or dawn when bees are less active.
A: In the morning, when it's still cool.
A: Argh I hate those... so far, it seems to be helping. Have applied it only three times, after I have noticed infestation. Make sure it's not about to rain, so the spray sticks well to the leaves.
A: Ortho 3-in-1 Insect, Mite and Disease Control is not labeled to control Brevipalpus phoenicis.