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Bayer Advanced 701910 12 Months Tree and Shrub Protect and Feed Granules, 10-Pound
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- Provides 12 month insect protection and slow-release feeding
- Kills Insects including Adelgids, Aphids, Japanese Beetles, Leaf miners, Scale, Thrips, Whiteflies and More
- For use on outdoor trees and shrubs, including listed fruit and nut trees, and containerized plants
- Apply around plant, water in and walk away
- Prevents new infestations
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|Item Dimensions||8.29 x 5.61 x 13.5 in||4.3 x 7.4 x 12.2 in||7.4 x 3.8 x 12.2 in||4.3 x 7.4 x 12.2 in||3.63 x 7.31 x 11.31 in||7.5 x 9 x 3.5 in|
Special dual-action formula - kills insects and prevents new infestations for 12 months. PLUS provides slow-release fertilizer. Systemic rain proof protection won't wash off. A great way to prevent Japanese Beetle damage. Includes a built-in measuring cup. Also for use on potted plants.
Top Customer Reviews
I also treated a river birch that always had about half the leaves infested with something that distorted the leaf and had a bumpy texture. This is a big tree and I had no idea how to use a spray.
In April, as the leaves began to bud, I did a full treatment on the hackberry. We had a very wet spring, and the roots should have had a good dose.
In June, the hackberry looks very healthy. I have not seen any of the wooly aphids. But, the jury is still out on whether this works. July and August is when it happens.
I do want to report that the river birch looks great. The leaves are shiny and dark green. This is a notable difference. I do not see any infested leaves. That is a Wow.
I'm starting to like this product. I'm tempted to use it on all my ornamentals.
It is now August 12, and there is no sign of the aphid infestation. I do occasionally see one of the little bastards floating in the air, but not like in the past. There is no black residue below the tree. I also treated a crepe myrtle near the tree that usually got covered with the residue, and that plant has been amazing. It might be the fertilizer, but the leaves are bigger and dark green, and the flowers are awesome.
October 12. I say it worked.
No, I don't write a lot of reviews but this product is a must and so so worth the price...
All affected growth must be removed from tree & disposed of with garbage to begin to get control, then this should be reapplied annually if evidence of pests returns. This was recommended to us by an environmental botanist at an organic nursery as the active ingredient is nicotine. Some beneficial insects may be affected by this product however most of those are not found in our area (Zone 12). We are using this only on ornamental trees, Gumbo Limbo, Plumeria and Palms.