This time of year we see the recommendation to spray dormant oil to control
insects on everything from fruit trees to lilacs. But is it just any oil sprayed when
One effective method of protecting fruit trees from overwintering pests and their
eggs is spraying dormant oil in late winter or early spring.
ALL SEASONS® HORTICULTURAL AND DORMANT SPRAY OIL is a self-
emulsifying spray oil, composed of paraffinic oil with emulsifier and spreader
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Jan 3, 2014 ... Elmer, Chief Production Officer at Stark Bro's, demonstrates how to apply
Horticultural Dormant Oil in this quick How-To video. The best time to ...
Aug 27, 2012 ... Dear Ruth,. I missed the first spraying (dormant oil) for my fruit trees. When
should I spray them and what do I use? Do I trust any spray labeled ...
applying dormant oil sprays to control pests. • applying dormant or delayed
dormant sprays to limit infection and prevent the spread of. • certain diseases.
Learn how certain oils, when diluted with water and applied as sprays, can
effectively control many plant pests.
The spray which should be used is referred to and sold under many brand names
as dormant oil or scale emulsion. These are highly refined oils (not motor oils!) ...
Feb 1, 2006 ... Dormant Oil: Apply when trees are dormant, November through March, after all
the leaves have fallen. Mix with water as directed and spray to ...
Feb 19, 1999 ... These names referred to the stage of plant development when the oil spray was
applied (i.e., dormant) or technical details concerning how the ...