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BONIDE PRODUCTS 897 Rose RX Insecticide, Quart
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- Quart, Rose RX Ready to Use Insecticide
- Formula is designed with 3 multi-purpose products in a fungicide, miticide, and insecticide
- Protection for roses, shrubs, houseplants, vegetables, fruits, and nuts
- Kills eggs, larvae, and adult stages of insects
- Contains natural, and botanical extract of neem .9%
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|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||897|
|Package Height||1.7 x 5 x 11.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||2.35 pounds|
Natural, Botanical Extract Of Neem .9%.
Top Customer Reviews
I was able to return with a great deal of hassle
I found a green caterpillar looking creature about an inch long that Google quickly identified as a sawfly larvae AKA rose slug. You gotta be kidding me! They name a bug for its known damage to a particular named flower and this formula named for same said flower doesn't even faze it. Wait what?!
RoseRx insecticide had no effect on Rose slugs. Oh the irony!
Maybe it works on certain fungus, but the word insecticide on the label is misleading. ugh!
I couldn't in good conscience even name this product "Rose Bandaid. Until you can buy REAL stuff that actually works".
The salesman told us to spray the rose bush down very well in the evening or early morning and to avoid spraying on a hot day. To my delight the rose bush looks incredible a year later. After spraying last year all of the new growth looked and stayed beautiful. This year we didn't spray once yet (knock on wood) and the rose looks marvelous!!
I started Macoun Apple trees from seed this year. They seemed to look great in the beginning but they developed a white powder on them. After some internet searching, I found that this is actually aphids. "The white mold you see forming on your apple tree's trunk is actually a colony of woolly apple aphid insects." I just sprayed them down with Bonide. Keep your fingers crossed.. I will update my review after a few weeks.
Regardless of whether it works for the apple trees or not I'm very happy with the performance of the spray on the rose bush.
I will also report back on my father-in-law.. He purchased a hybrid plum tree that is being eaten alive I am going to purchase a bottle from Amazon for him for fathers day.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Killed the mildew in one spraying. After day two, the white powdery plant plague had been eradicated.Published 7 months ago by Ick Factor
seems effective, but doesn't go very far in terms of coverage.Published 11 months ago by demetrious
I used the entire bottle of this and it didn't work. Must be an old product they shipped to me because I've used it before and it killed the white flies on my roses.Published 13 months ago by shirley porter