Bonide Fruit Tree and Plant Guard Concentrate

$34.99$69.99

Bonide Fruit Tree and Plant Guard is an easy, versatile and effective way to control and prevent insects and disease on fruit, nuts, ornamental trees, shrubs & flowers.

  • Protect fruit trees and plants from insects and diseases.
  • Kills Aphids, Japanese Beetles, Leaf Hoppers and more.
  • Controls Powdery Mildew, Apple Scab, Fly Speck and more.
  • Protect Apples, Cherries, Peaches, Pears and more.
  • Perfect for the novice or master orchardist.

Active Ingredients: Lamda-cyhalothrin 0.50%, Pyraclostrobin 3.06%, Boscalid 5.62%

Net Contents: 32 ounces or 16 ounces

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Description

  • Foliage Protector – Protects a wide range of vegetation including apples, pears, cherries, eggplant, beans, tomatoes, petunias, roses, and many more fruit, nut, and ornamental trees.
  • Controls a Variety of Insects and Diseases – This pest control is great for use on aphids, Japanese beetles, leafhoppers, ants, crickets, cockroaches, and other pests. It also controls powdery mildew, apple scab, flyspeck, black mold and many more.
  • Complete Coverage – This product is a complete concentrate that contains insecticide, fungicide, miticide, aphicide, and scalicide. Designed specifically to protect home orchards from the ravages of listed insects and diseases.
  • Perfect for all Skill Levels – Fruit Tree and Plant Guard Concentrate is an excellent multi-purpose product for hobby home orchardists of all skill levels.
  • Needs to be Mixed – This product arrives as a concentrate that needs to be mixed before application. Depending on the desired results, there are various mixing rates for each plant. Make sure to read all directions on the label before use.

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Pests
American Plum Borer
Ants
Aphids
Apple Aphids
Apple Maggot
Armyworms
Azalea Caterpillar
Bagworms
Beet Armyworm
Black Cherry Aphid
Black Vine Weevil
Blister Beetle
Brown Soft Scale
Boxelder Bugs
Budworms
Cabbage Looper
California Red Scale
Cankerworms
Cherry Fruit Fly
Chinch Bug
Clover Mites
Cockroaches
Codling Moth
Colorado Potato Beetle
Corn Earworm
Crickets
Cucumber Beetle
Cutworms
Eastern Tent Caterpillar
Elm Leaf Beetles
European Corn Borer
European Sawfly
Fall Armyworm
Fall Webworm
Filburtworm
Flea Beetle
Flower Thrips
Forest Tent Caterpillar
Grasshopper
Green Fruitworm
Gypsy Moth Larvae
Hornworm
Japanese Beetle
June Beetle
Lace Bugs
Leaf Feeding Caterpillars
Leaf Skeletonizers
Leaffooted Bug
Leafhopper
Leafminers
Leafroller
Lesser Appleworm
Meadow Spittlebug
Mealybugs
Midges
Oleaner Moth Larvae
Omnivorous Leafroller
Onion Maggot
Onion Thrips
Orange Tortrix
Oriental Fruit Moth
Navel Orangeworm
Peach Twig Borer
Peachtree Borer
Pear Psylla
Pear Sawfly
Pepper Weevil
Periodical Cicada
Pillbugs
Pine Sawfly
Pine Shoot Beetles
Pineneedle Scale
Pinetip Moths
Plant Bug
Plum Curculio
Rindworm
Root Weevil
Rose Chafer
Rosy Apple Aphid
Saltmarsh Caterpillar
San Jose Scale
Sawfly
Scale Insects
Seedcorn Maggot
Southern Armyworm
Spiders
Spider Mites
Spirea Aphid
Spittlebugs
Squash Beetle
Stalk Borer
Stink Bug
Striped Beetles
Striped Oakworm
Tent Caterpillar
Tentiform Leaf Miner
Thrips
Tip Moth
Tobacco Budworm
Tobacco Thrips
Tomato Fruitworm
Tomato Pinworm
Tomato Psyllid
Tree Borer
Tufted Apple Budworm
Tussock Moth Larvae
Vegetable Weevil
Walnut Husk Fly
Webworm
Western Flowers Thrips
Whiteflies
Yellow-striped Armyworm

Fungus and Other Diseases
Alternaria Blotch
Alternaria Leaf Spot
Anthracnose
Apple Scab
Basal Rot
Bitter Rot
Black Mold
Black Rot
Blossom Blight
Botrytis Leaf Blight
Botrytis Rot
Brown Rot
Cedar Apple Rust
Cercospora Leaf Spot
Crown Rot
Downy Mildew
Early Blight
Frogeye Leaf Spot
Green Fruit Rot
Gummy Stem Blight
Eastern Filbert Blight
Flyspeck
Leaf Curl
Leaf Rust
Leaf Spot
Pear Scab
Phytophthora Blight
Powdery Mildew
Purple Blotch
Purple Leaf Blight
Ripe Fruit Rot
Rust
Quince Rust
Scab
Shothole
Sooty Blotch
Stemphylium Leaf Blight
White Rot

Consult label for additional use information. 

Fruit and Nut Trees
Almond
Apple
Apricot
Beech Nut
Brazil Nut
Cashew
Cherry – Sweet and Tart
Chestnut
Chinquapin
Crabapple
Filbert
Hazelnut
Loquat
Macadamia Nut
Mayhaw
Nectarine
Oriental Pear
Peach
Pear
Pecan
Plum
Plumcot
Prune
Quince
Walnut – Black and English

Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Flowers
Ageratum
Ash
Aster
Arborvitae
Arizona Cypress
Azaleas
Begonia
Birch
Boxwood
Box Elder
Camellias
Cherry
Citrus (non-bearing)
Chrysanthemum
Carnation
Coleus
Conifers
Douglas Fir
Elm
English ivy
Euonymus
Exacum
Fir
Gladioli
Gold Bells
Hawthorn
Holly
Honeysuckle
Hypoestes
Impatiens
Ivy
Juniper
Lilac
Locust
Maple
Marigold
Mimosa
Mock Orange
Nannyberry
Oak
Orchid
Palm
Pansy
Pea Shrub
Petunia
Philodendron
Pine
Ornamental Plum
Poinsettia
Poplar
Tulip Poplar
Rhododendron
Roses
Snapdragon
Snowberry
Spruce
Taxus
Weeping Fig
Willow
Zinnia

Vegetables
Beans
Chayote Varieties
Edible Gourd Varieties
Eggplant
Garlic
Ground Cherry
Momordica Varieties
Muskmelon Varieties
Onion
Pepino
Peppers
Summer Squash Varieties
Tomatillo
Tomato
Winter Squash Varieties

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