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Re: Chemical opinion - Attn: Mary

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Chemical opinion - Attn: Mary
  • From: "Mary Gorton" <mgorton@dca.net>
  • Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 19:38:19 -0800

Thanks, Carol.   I am getting the impression that the Bayer Advanced Garden
Trees....  is safer than Di-Syston.


----- Original Message -----
From: carol noel <carolnoel2000@hotmail.com>
To: <ferns@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, November 13, 2004 4:22 PM
Subject: Re: [ferns] Chemical opinion - Attn: Mary

> Mary...
> That was my question:  how to convert the measurements for Trees to
> houseplants...  I was told 1oz per gal of water.
> Thanks for all that information about Advantage....
> Carol
> >From: "Mary Gorton" <mgorton@dca.net> >Reply-To: ferns@hort.net >To:
> <ferns@hort.net> >Subject: Re: [ferns] Chemical opinion - Attn: Mary
> >Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2011 18:38:42 -0800 > >Kyle, > >Here's another
> Di-Syston product
> >http://www.bayercropscienceus.com/products/view:di-syston/ >I am trying
> to find out which would be least toxic to combat scale on my >ferns and
> Clivias indoors: Bonide Systemic Houseplant Granules, Bayer >Advanced
> Garden Tree and Shrub or Bayer Advanced Garden All-in-One Rose and
> >Flower Care Concentrate. >The other question I have is whether to use
> the Bayer products at the same >concentration for houseplants as for
> outdoor trees, shrubs, roses, and >flowers. >I believe that Imidacloprid
> (trade name Advantage) is also used as a >systemic to prevent fleas on
> dogs and cats - I am trying to cofirm that now. > >Mary > >----- Original
> Message ----- >From: <Kyle799706@aol.com> >To: <ferns@hort.net> >Sent:
> Saturday, November 13, 2004 8:55 AM >Subject: [ferns] Chemical opinion -
> Attn: Mary > > > > Mary, > >   Th'x for the post...I've called two local
> nurseries and neither product >is sold by them here in Maine that they're
> aware of....I'm going to do some >research as so far the disulfoton
> sounds rather scary and it puzzles me why >they don't list an REI?? With
> a Chemical class I and Code word of Danger I'd >assume this to be at
> least a 24 REI.....something I wouldn't handle or have >in a gh. > >   On
> the Imidocloprid the form we use is Marathon II, for control of
> >Thrips....which we have loads of ...we use it as soil integrated in
> hanging >baskets and large containers and anything being over wintered in
> the gh >thats heated...just applied it to some phormium in large
> containers that are >covered in spider mites.... > > But let me do some
> more googleplexing and get back...and i'll go through >my notes and
> papers from The New England Greenhouse Confrence last month in
> >Worcester, Mass. > > > > > > Th'x again > > > > KFB > > > >
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