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Dormant Spray Guide

DORMANT
SPRAY GUIDE

When trees and shrubs lose their leaves in winter, they give gardeners a break in the battle against insects and disease. Without the cover of leaves, pests including mites, aphids, insect eggs, scale, powdery mildew, scab, and peach leaf curl are exposed and easy to destroy. Properly timed dormant spraying will prevent and kill more insects and diseases than most other sprays during the year.
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For best control dormant sprays should be applied multiple times:

Fruit And Nut Trees
• Late autumn (Thanksgiving)
• Midwinter (New Year’s Day)
• Early spring (Valentine’s Day)
Roses
• Midwinter after pruning and clean up
• Early spring just before buds break (new leaves)
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Monterey Liqui-Cop garden spreay

Monterey Liqui-Cop®

Used for:
• Controlling & prevention of diseases attacking citrus, fruit, nuts, vegetables, roses & other ornamentals
• Controls peach leaf curl, brown rot, fire blight & others
Directions:
• Shake well before use
• Mix approximately 3-4 tsp. per gallon of water*
• All plant surfaces must be covered thoroughly (trunk to twig)
• May be mixed with Monterey Horticultural Oil

*The concentration ratio may vary between different plants & insects
Monterey Horticultural Oil Fungicide, Insecticide, and Miticide

Monterey Liqui-Cop®

Used for:
• Controlling scale insects, mealybugs, apple aphids, red spider mites, leaf miners & other insects
• Use on citrus, fruit, nuts, vegetables, roses & other ornamentals
Directions:
• Combine 2.5-5 Tbsp. per gallon of water*
• Wet entire surface of branches, main limbs and trunk
• Must be above 40°F when spraying outdoors
• Do not apply if tree has been sprayed with a sulfur material in the past 30 days
• May be mixed with Monterey Liqui-Cop®

*The concentration ratio may vary between different plants & insects
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