Questions tagged: lime sulfur

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Denis
Answer: Hi Denis, There is a pest of oak trees called Oak Leafminer which is a small moth that lays eggs on the underside of the leaves. The larvae feed i...
Category: Diseases
Tags: oak, lime sulfur
Answered: 09:29AM, 20 Sep 2011
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Fred
Answer: Hi Fred, Lime Sulfur is registered for use on roses & ornamentals to control two spotted mites, scale insects, powdery mildew and rust. It can...
Answered: 03:02PM, 06 Jan 2012
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George
Answer: Hi George, Our recommendation is that Lime Sulfur be mixed with water at the rate that is suggested on the label. We do say on the label, not to m...
Answered: 03:26PM, 27 Jan 2012
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Janine
Answer: Hi Janine, I would say from your description, that the buds on your tree are past the bud swell stage. It is suggested that Lime Sulfur be sprayed...
Answered: 03:26PM, 20 Aug 2012
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Mez
Answer: Hi Mez, Could you let me know to what you intend applying the Lime Sulfur. Normally Lime Sulfur is applied to dormant trees at this time of the ye...
Answered: 03:28PM, 15 Jul 2014
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Fergus
Answer: Hi Fergus, Is it possible to wait until the end of August before applying the Lime Sulfur to your plants? Hopefully by that time the temperatures ...
Answered: 02:51PM, 23 Jul 2014
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John
Answer: Hi John, Powdery is the right description… Your peas have a case of Powdery Mildew. Yates Lime Sulfur should do the trick: http://www.yates....
Answered: 03:49PM, 12 Nov 2014
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Judy
Answer: Hi Judy, Thanks for contacting Yates. You can use Yates Lime Sulfur on your frangipani tree for rust. The best rate of application is 10ml of produ...
Answered: 05:50PM, 24 Apr 2017