Bonide Bon-Neem Insecticidal Concentrate -Discontinued
Starting at $18.50
Bon-Neem Fungicide, Miticide, Insecticide (Makes 8 gallons)
Bonide's Bon-Neem is a multi-purpose, insecticide, fungicide and miticide. This broad spectrum insecticide, fungicide and miticide kills adult stages of insects and its eggs and larval stages. It also prevents fungal attack on plants' tissues. Use this product around the home, on roses, flowers, vegetables, herbs, nuts, shrubs, houseplants, shrubs and more locations. Some of the listed pests include Powdery Mildew, fungus gnats, Brown Patch, Dollar Spot (on Turf), Snow Mold, Stink bugs, Aphids and more listed insects and disease pests.
- Broad Spectrum Insecticide, Fungicide, and Miticide
- Stops Powdery Mildew
- Can Be Used Up To Day Of Harvest
- Pyrethrins 0.25%, Piperyonl Butoxide 2.50%, Clarified Hydrophobic Extract of Neem Oil 70.0%
|Active Ingredient (s)||Pyrethrins 0.25%, Piperyonl Butoxide 2.50%, Clarified Hydrophobic Extract of Neem Oil 70.0%|
|For Use :||Fruits, Nuts, Vegetables, Herbs, Spice Plants, Roses, Houseplants, Flowers and Shrubs|
|Mixture|Application||Mix 1 oz per gallon of water. and spray all plant surfaces (including undersides of leaves) until completely wet.|
Insecticide Treatment: Most effective when applied in early to mid-morning when adult insects, such as whiteflies are on the undersides of leaves. Use finished solution of mix within a couple hours of mixture for best results. Apply Bon-Neem at first sign of insects. Bon Neem, with Pyrethrin will flush insects out of their hiding locations. Bon-Neem Concentrate is most effective when applied on a 7-14 day schedule. For heavy insect populations, spray every 7 days.
Fungicide Treatment: As preventative fungal solution, apply 7 -14 days before potential disease development. For current fungal diseases, apply Bon-Neem on a seven day schedule until disease pressure is eliminated. Then spray every 14 days for prevention. To prevent rust leaf spot diseases, anthracnose and scab, begin applications at the first sign of spring budding. To prevent powdery mildew, apply in mid-summer or when disease is first detected. For brown patch and dollar spot, begin spraying at first sign of disease on a 7-14 day interval. For snow mold, begin spraying on a 14 day interval in the fall before the first snow.
As with other products that contain oils, exercise care in timing applications to early morning/late evening to minimize the potential for leaf burn. Do not add adjuvants (spreaders, stickers, extenders, etc.) to this product.
|Retreatment||7-14 day schedule|
|Shipping Restrictions||AK, DC, HI, MI|