Do You Have Fruit Trees Or Roses?

You have to agree, Fruit Trees and Roses are undeniable beautiful and rewarding. The stunning array of blooms that we see in the spring brings so much joy. And the fragrance and stunning colours that roses bring when their buds start to open in the summer is a constant reminder of why we deal with that prickly beast every year. It's the colourful, fragrant blooms and the delicious fruit that inspired you to plant it in the first place. But what happens, when year after year, you have the same fungal and insect problems that ruins their blooms? Unfortunately, they are not the set it and forget it kind of plants but with a little guidance from us, even beginners can find great success! The damage that these insects cause is not fixable once noticed and thats the biggest lesson.

THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP! ****
Apply Dormant Oil Spray Every Spring Prior To Buds Popping!
This preventative measure eliminates MOST problems! It protects their buds, foliage, pollination, bloom and fruit! Like we said above, common fungi and insects that affect fruit trees and roses are the over-wintering kind. They hibernate on your plants and can cause great damage to new buds in early spring! If left untreated they problem keeps arising.

Apply Dormant Spray In Early Spring To Nip These Potential Problems In The Bud!

Wait until we have a nice day in March when temps are over 5 degrees (long e nough for the liquid to dry on the branches before any chance of freezing!)
 
Pick it up now at your earliest convenience so you have it on hand when you're ready. Once warm weather hits and your tree leafs-out, horticultural oil can no longer be applied. The buds may already be damaged. If untreated problems arise mid-season, you will be out there ensuring every leaf is sprayed top and bottom. Which is A LOT more tasking than quickly spraying the branches in early spring!
*** PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT USE WHEN FLOWERS ARE IN BLOOM, IT MUST BE APPLIED EARLY. IF APPLIED DURING BLOOM PERIOD, IT WILL HARM YOUR POLLINATORS!