imidacloprid (Bayer Advance Tree and Shrub) which trees can it be safely (or avoid to) apply on?

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Post  Guest on Mon Apr 30, 2012 5:08 pm

Hi Poink88

Yes, I saw it.....
I only have a few flowering bonsai...and only the trees, I know will be eaten, is treated. I dont treat all trees.

I dont think it is a problem in my little bonsaigarden. But if you have really many trees, maybe a nursery, is it a diffrent issue, and strickt regulations must be followed, at least in Denmark.

You pm. me to read this tread, and I gave a reply...When I say I use provadosticks, do I not say I enjoy poison. but I like to keep the few trees, I have spend many years to create, and who always is eaten, safe.

I will not be a problem for me, not to mention the sticks in the future.

But the question can pop up again, from a desperate guy who did this and that, and nothing helped.

Kind regards Yvonne

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Post  Flabonsai on Sat May 19, 2012 2:47 am

I use Bayer Advance Tree & Shrub protect and feed. I use it on most of my trees.

My tridents and ficus trees have no problems with it. I've had no problems with spider mites. I wouldn't recommended it for pines as my black pine lost some needles but it's back to normal now.

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Post  Steven on Fri Jun 08, 2012 2:06 am

I tried sprays, have done preventative with neem oil for years, tried the soap sprays to beat my aphid infestation this year and finally gave up on all of that stuff and went the natural route.... ordered some praying mantis, and a bag of lady bugs.....no more bad bugs

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