Yates Rose Shield Insect & Disease Spray

Yates Rose Shield Insect & Disease Spray

Controls various insects, mites and diseases on roses and ornamentals.


Controls various insects, mites and diseases on roses and ornamentals.


  • Controls the most common rose pest & disease problems including aphids, black spot, rustand powdery mildew.
  • Highly effective combination of a low toxic synthetic pyrethoid insecticide and a systemic broad spectrum fungicide.
  • Ideal for controlling mites and whitefly.
  • Economical concentrated formula – the 500mL pack makes 50 litres of spray.
  • Child resistant cap.
  • Easy-to-use measure bottle.

How It Works

The insecticide works via both contact and stomach action where the insect is killed via spraying or eating the sap or leaves.

The fungicide is absorbed into the plant’s system and is translocated around the plant to control disease.

Contains a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide and a systemic fungicide.

Equivalent to a commercial formulation used since 1989 in New Zealand.


Tau-fluvalinate & myclobutanil

How to use

Directions for use

Spray foliage thoroughly, including the undersides of foliage. Start spraying when new shoots emerge in Spring, or at first sign of insects or disease. Repeat at 14 day intervals. Two spotted mites may require more frequent applications.



Do not mix with other insecticides or fungicides. Do not apply if rain is expected within 24 hours. Do not spray when shade temperatures are near 30°C or higher. Do not spray when the soil is dry and plants are suffering from moisture stress. Do not use on edible crops. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.


Available sizes

  • 200ml
  • 500ml


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