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Horticultural Oils
... mixture of 2 Tsp. of Baking Soda with 2 Tbs. of Horticultural Oil in 1 Gallon of Water. More recently summer oil spray rates have been developed for growing-season applications. Control of ... the plants are under water stress. A new addition to the horticultural oils is SunSpray Ultra-fine oil. This highly refined horticultural oil has a purity rating of 92% or greater and is particularly ...
www.berkeleyhort.com

NCSU: ENT/ort-45 HORTICULTURAL OILS AS INSECTICIDES
... in fairly large type. This leads the buyer to believe the oil is a dormant oil when it is actually a horticultural oil that can be applied during the dormant season also. There are three factors that distinguish summer oils from dormant oils. These factors determine the effects of the oil sprays ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

December 2003 Newsletter
... include infected leaves which dropped last summer.) Spray with a dormant oil.  Yes.  This is considered “legal” if you are doing organic gardening ... with a mixture of 1Tbsp Baking Soda per gallon of water, plus horticultural oil.  In the summer, you can spray with just the 1Tbsp ... a fungicide on roses and ground, e.g. Orthonex, or Volk oil spray, to prevent overwintering spores. Don’t hill up roses ...
carolinadistrict.org

How do I rid my plants of scale and mealybugs? - Cacti & Succulents
... include alcohol spray (isopropyl alcohol, straight or diluted), soapy emulsion (can be mixed w/alcohol), horticultural oil (read the directions, taking the plant out of the sun is a must) and pyrethrum ...
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will this cause any lasting issues - Orchids Forum - GardenWeb
... Page) on Mon, Nov 27, 06 at 13:39 You may want to check on Horticultural oil to aid in ridding your plants of scale. Just another method of killing scale and ... I have read and used. Joe T Here is a link that might be useful: Horticultural Oil RE: will this cause any lasting issues clip this post email this post what is ...
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Backyard Orchard Glossary
... It is a seedling arising by "chance" (from random, naturally occurring pollination), selected for desirable horticultural traits, and propagated vegetatively to maintain it as a cultivar or clone. 'Delicious,' the ... in which a plant stops growing but is still alive. Dormant spray A solution of horticultural oil and water sprayed in winter on deciduous plants that have gone dormant and dropped their ...
homeorchard.ucdavis.edu

HortNews- February 2006
... 10 days, unless prohibited by the label. Oil may damage some maples. Pine aphids- hosts include pine. Thoroughly spray foliage with horticultural oil during the growing season as aphids appear. Pine ... scale- hosts include pine and spruce trees. Thoroughly spray foliage, branches and trunk with horticultural oil in March. Spruce spider mite- hosts include spruce, juniper and pine. Spray affected trees ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

The Virginia Camellia Society - Fall Workshop 2005
... gardener assigned to the camellia collection, will take care of this by spraying them with horticultural oil. A good time was had by all, and once again, the Hofheimer Camellia Garden served ...
members.cox.net

Oil and Other Early Season Sprays for Apple and Pear Trees, HYG-1425-93
... as San Jose scale and oystershell scale. These can be effectively controlled with oil. There are a variety of horticultural oil products on the market but their names can be confusing. Oils called ... for delayed-dormant applications are called Superior, Supreme, or more precisely a "70-second viscosity" oil. These lighter oils can be applied as either dormant or delayed dormant sprays with higher ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Superior Oil - GardenLady.com
... was simple Horticultural Oil. "But is it an insecticide?" my customer asked. I replied that anything that kills insects is an insecticide… even your hand or a fly-swatter. But Horticultural Oil works by ... the spray has to be directed to the top and underside of foliage. Horticultural Oil, also called Superior Oil, gets mixed with water and is best applied with a tank or pressure sprayer ...
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