Miracle-Gro Roseclear Insecticide, Plant Protection, 1 Litre
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I am not a fan of blackfly, greenfly etc, and during lockdown with garden centres shut, my beautiful roses were covered in buds, that you couldn't see for bugs, this is a good size one litre spray and one drenching with this has worked wonders, I shall repeat in two weeks as per instructions but so far I am a happy bunny. Press down firmly on the trigger head to depress the safety tab and twist the nozzle to the "SPRAY" position. Certified for use in organic gardening and plants can be treated up to six times a year to achieve maximum effect.
Take care as it is harmful to bees, so use early morning before they are about and avoid spraying blooms. I bought the spray only to get rid of black spot which was awful and is probably the reason why there are only few blooms so far but I hope the new shoots will bring more flowers too.
The greenfly has also gone but I prefer to use washing up liquid diluted with water and spray the greenfly with that regularly to avoid bee deaths. Examples of large volume items are, but are not limited to, bags of media (clay balls, perlite, soil etc. Clearpay lends you a fixed amount of credit so you can pay for your purchase over 4 instalments, due every 2 weeks.
Rose Clear Ultra Gun 2 1L - Trevor White Roses
Although I have only just purchased this spray and treated my roses once, there are new green leaves growing free of black spots which have plagued the plants this summer. Missed payments may affect your ability to use Clearpay in the future and your details may be passed onto a debt collection agency working on Clearpay's behalf.Some products may be delivered straight to your door from one of our suppliers and these products will be labelled within the product description.
RoseClear Ultra Gun! 2 - 1L | Homebase
However, it is always advisable to test a sample of plants, by treating them and leaving for a few weeks, before treating a large or valuable collection.To minimise the risk to bees spray early morning (7am-9am) or evening (6pm-8pm), when bees are less active.