- Natural product made from vegetable oils to control most insects and eradicate bugs and eggs
- Prevents insect infestation and damage to tree and fruit in the growing season
- Product Details
- How to use
- Tips & Advice
- useful information
A totally natural product which works through physical action. It will control most insects and eradicates the bug and the egg, thereby preventing infestation when the growing season begins. You can confidently use Winter Tree Wash on all fruit trees and bushes as well as dormant vines under glass. Some plants may be susceptible to scorch, so we would recommend treating a small area first if you have any doubts as to suitability.
What to Expect
Winter Tree Wash will help protect the tree from overwintering moths and insects thus reducing the amount of grubs and caterpillars that hatch and fed on young leaves and fruit
When to Use
Treatment should take place between October and December and then again in late March before the growing season begins. For best results apply whilst the prevailing weather conditions are calm and dry
Rate of Use
To use the product hold the bottle in an upright position and gently squeeze. The neck will fill with 10ml of liquid (one measure) which should then be mixed with 90ml of water to make 100ml of finished product. Once you have mixed the product, apply using a sprayer (to prevent clogging a coarse sprayer works best).
N.B. Some fruit trees and fruit bushes may be susceptible to scorching. Please test a small area 24 hours before applying completely.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can pets and children go into the treated area?
A. Children and pets need not be excluded from treated areas once product is dry
Q. Can I use this during the growing season?
A. No, this product should be applied before the growing season
For any other questions or advice please contact our Technical Advice line on: 01480 443789 (Mon-Fri 9am- 5pm) or email email@example.com
- Use in a ventilated area
- It is good practice to wear gloves and eye protection when applying Winter Tree Was