Label / MSDS
• Destroys overwintering insects and their eggs
• Controls scale insects, red spider mites and mealybugs on many fruit and shade trees
• One pint makes over 6 gallons of growing season spray or 3 gallons of dormant spray
• Easy to apply with Ortho® Dial 'N Spray®, hose-end or tank sprayer.
How to Use:
Use a tank, an Ortho® Dial 'N Spray®, or other hose-end sprayer. Spray to uniformly cover all upper and lower leaf surfaces, stems, branches and trunk. Mix 2 1/2 oz. per gallon of water during growing season or 5 1/3 oz. per gallon of water during the dormant season.
When to Apply:
Spray when air is calm to avoid drift. Spray when temperature is above 40°F but below 85°F. If temperature is expected above 85°F, spray in early morning or late afternoon when it is cooler. During the growing season, spray when insects are present or feeding injury is first noticed. Spray up to 4 times, waiting 2 weeks between each application. During the dormant season, spray dormant shrubs and trees once in late winter or early spring.
Where to Use:
For outdoor use only. On conifers, roses, shrubs and trees, including apples, apricots, cherries, peaches, pears, plums and citrus (grapefruits, lemons, limes, oranges and tangerines).
Where Not to Use:
Maidenhair ferns, red maples, Japanese maples or non-woody plants unless otherwise specified. Volck® Oil Spray may cause discoloration to blue spruce.
What it Controls:
Insects: Spider mites, scales, mealybugs, whiteflies, hemlock woolly adelgids and lacebugs, insect eggs (including codling moth, gypsy moth, oak moth, spider mite and tent caterpillar eggs) plus sooty mold.
Active Ingredient: 97% Petroleum Oil