How to Use: Beat-A-Bug Naturally Based Insect Spray

Ready-to-Use Formula:

Plants to feed and pest to treat:

PLANTS: Flowering plants Vegetables Ornamentals Fruit trees

PESTS: Ants, Aphids (rose, cabbage and others) Cabbage moth, caterpillars, earwigs, white fly, thrip, leap, leafhoppers and other pests

HOW TO USE: Shake well. Spray plant thoroughly covering all plant surfaces, including underside of leaves Re-apply when necessary (as a guide, every 2-3 weeks)

WITHHOLDING PERIOD: Do not pick edible plants for one day after spraying. Wash plant thoroughly before eating.

 

Concentrate Formula:

PLANTS: Fruit trees
Vegetables (except capsicums and lettuces)
Cut flowers
Grapevines
Nursery plants
Ornamentals
Roses
Trees
Greenhouse and glasshouse crops

PESTS: Black citrus aphid, Rose aphid, Cabbage aphid, Green peach aphid, Cabbage white butterfly, Pear and cherry slug, Rutherglen bug, Greenhouse white fly.
RATE: Mix 10 mL per 800 mL of water. Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage.

PESTS: Lightbrown apple moth ,Plague thrips, Large bodied caterpillars eg. Grapevine moth, Native budworm
RATE: 
Mix 20 mL per 800 mL of water. Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage.

HOW TO APPLY: 
Shake container well before opening.
Dilute according to rate column.
If plant is delicate or a seedling, spray a small area to test for any discolouration.
Spray crops at the first sign of insect attack ensuring complete spray coverage of foliage.
Re-apply when necessary (as a guide every 2-3 weeks).

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