Questions tagged: Confidor tablets

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Michael
Answer: Hi Michael, Confidor tablets are available at Bunnings, Mitre 10, Home Hardware, Thrifty Link, Big W and most nurseries such as Flower Power and A...
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:56PM, 11 Oct 2011
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Sheila
Answer: Hi Sheila, Confidor tablets should not be applied under fruit trees or vegetables. It is effective against aphids on roses, scale, azalea lace bug,...
Category: Products
Answered: 11:27AM, 25 Nov 2011
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Penny
Answer: Hi Penny, The Confidor tablets are a great product to use on certain plants in your garden for the control of aphids, azalea lace bug, phyllids, me...
Answered: 12:29PM, 14 Mar 2012
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Matt
Answer: Confidor tablets are not safe to use on any edible plants. To control mealy bug on tomatoes try Yates Natures Way Natrasoap Insect and Mite Killer....
Category: Pests
Answered: 01:22PM, 10 Apr 2012
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richard
Answer: Confidor tablets have a limited registration. They cannot be used contrary to the label ie. for the control of borers.
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:44PM, 13 Nov 2012
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Joy
Answer: Hi Joy, With regard to the use of the Confidor tablets in your garden, nectar feeding birds will not ingest enough nectar from imidacloprid (the ac...
Answered: 09:11AM, 20 Nov 2012
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ely
Answer: Hi Ely Imidacloprid is a systemic insecticide, which means it will travel throughout the plant’s sap system from the roots to the foliage tip...
Answered: 03:00PM, 19 Dec 2012
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peter
Answer: At this point in time Confidor tablets are only registered for use on specified plants.
Category: Products
Answered: 11:40AM, 07 Jan 2013
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Gordon
Answer: Hi Gordon, The Confidor Tablets cannot be used on edible crops. To control the aphids on your chilli plant, you might like to use a product called ...
Answered: 10:41AM, 11 Jan 2013
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Paul
Answer: Hi Paul. It is unfortunate that your customer did not read the instructions on the label. The Confidor tablets are not registered for edible crops...
Answered: 03:47PM, 11 Mar 2013
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Barb
Answer: Hi Barb, Confidor tablets are not registered for edible crops. As the label states, these tablets can only be used on roses, azaleas, lillypillies...
Answered: 10:57AM, 12 Aug 2013
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Ben
Answer: Hi Ben, I wish I could give you an easy way than spraying to control the scale and psyllid on your eucalypt but the Confidor tablets are only recom...
Answered: 10:12AM, 06 Sep 2013
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Answer: The Confidor lawn spray can only be used on lawn grasses not plants. Your lillypilly may benefit from one of the other Confidor preparations to con...
Category: Pests
Answered: 03:40PM, 15 Oct 2013
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John
Answer: Hi John, The Confidor tablets do not have registration for use on edible crops therefore these tablets cannot be used on your citrus or lime tree.
Answered: 08:48AM, 21 Oct 2013
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Jenny
Answer: One tablet should be placed in the root zone for every one metre of height of tree. This tablet should be placed 5cm down into the soil and 10cm fr...
Category: Pests
Answered: 12:13PM, 24 Dec 2013
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megan
Answer: Hi Megan, Unfortunately I cannot recommend that you eat the plants you have planted in pots as the Confidor tablets are not registered for use on e...
Answered: 03:05PM, 12 Mar 2014
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Jenny
Answer: Hi Jenny, The Confidor tablets will control the mealybug on your potted palm very effectively. Depending upon the size of your palm, you may need ...
Answered: 08:46AM, 22 Apr 2014
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Dave
Answer: Confidor tablets can only be used on the short list of plants on the back label. This list doesn’t include mint bushes or any edible plants.
Answered: 02:27PM, 20 May 2014
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Willie
Answer: Hi Willie, The Confidor tablets are not registered for use on edible crops. Listed on the pack are the plants that the product can be used on for s...
Answered: 09:15AM, 26 Nov 2014