Oil sprays for dormant use

by Anthony Spuler

Publisher: State College of Washington, Agricultural Experiment Station in Pullman, Wash

Written in English
Published: Pages: 27 Downloads: 919
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Subjects:

  • Oil as pesticide,
  • Insect pests -- Control

Edition Notes

Statementby Anthony Spuler, F.L. Overley and E.L. Green.
SeriesBulletin / State College of Washington. Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 247., Bulletin (State College of Washington. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- no. 247.
ContributionsOverley, Fred Lloyd, 1884-, Green, E. L. b. 1894.
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17519029M
OCLC/WorldCa19467091

1/2 cup No. 10 mineral oil 2 gallons water Mix fish oil, mineral oil, and detergent thoroughly. Put the water into a bucket and disperse the oil mixture in tiny droplets into the bucket. Pour the liquid into a sprayer. To use, apply anytime from winter, after all leaves have fallen, to late April, before buds develop beyond the 1/4-inch green. The best time to spray fruit trees with a preventative dormant oil is in late winter or early spring. This effort helps to protect trees from overwintering pests, larvae and eggs, which improves success with controlling pests during the growing season. Avoid spraying dormant oil when temperatures are below 40ºF. All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Spray Oil may be used at the DORMANT STAGE (before buds show green tissue), GREEN TIP STAGE (when leaves of blossom buds are bursting and show about 1/8 to 1/4 inch of green color), DELAYED DORMANT STAGE (when the leaves of the blossom buds are out from 1/4 to 1/2 inch), and during the GROWING SEASON.1/5(2). Spray Schedule* I. Dormant (late winter – early spring). A. Disease Management. 1. Remove all dead and diseased wood as well as any remaining dried or mummified fruit. 2. To control fire blight, remove any visible cankers and blight-infected the trees with a mixture of dormant oil (1 gal./50 gal. water) and soluble copper powder (approx. 1 lb./ 50 gal. water) or .

The recommendation not to use oil w/in 48hrs. of an expected freeze event applies to both dormant and non-dormant sprays, as it appears oil used close to a freeze can damage the bark, although I've no personal experience trying it. Often the dormant spray, used when the leaves have fallen, would be a bit too harsh to use on growing leaves. But this seems to be less of a concern because the oils used in such sprays are more highly refined. That brings us to choosing which type of spray to use. Oil-based sprays kill insects by somthering the bugs. Dormant oil sprays are used to control insect pests on plants and trees in the very early spring before leaves break out of buds. Some types of oil can also be used as a foliar spray for controlling pests like aphids. Dormant spray for roses. Asked Febru , PM EST. Is there a safe product..i read that rosepride and daconil are no longer used as better products are ultural oil?copper fungecide is what my nursery suggests but they only have spray and i have 30 bushes so need economical bottles to mix with water.

FOR DORMANT USE-To ContJ:ol Scale Insects, Red Spiders, Mites, and Mealybugs on Dormant Shrubs, Evergreens (note caution), Woody Plants, Fruit Trees and Shade Trees: Use 1 part VOlCK Oil Spray in 25 parts of water (1/3 pint (5V3 OlS.) per gal. (Last Updated On: Febru )Dormant season applications of horticultural oil can be an effective tactic to kill scale insects and their eggs during the winter months. But with the rapid onset of warm spring weather, the window of opportunity is relatively small in north Texas and many other parts of the state. Armored scale like obscure and gloomy scale are especially . A word of caution: The use of a dormant oil mixture will not only kill, but annihilate, annual flowers such as pansies, bluebonnets or snapdragons growing under or near plants to be treated. To insure domestic tranquility, completely cover such tender vegetation before spraying nearby trees and vines with dormant oil. Do not use in conjunction with wettable sulfur, hydrated lime, or oil sprays. Apply as directed, every to days as needed. Can be used up to 1 day before harvest. Not for use in California (contact local county Cooperative Extension for recommended alternatives). Bonide® .

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Dormant oil sprays are highly refined petroleum products that are mixed with water and applied to trees and shrubs to control aphids, spider mites, and scale. Dormant oils destroy pests by suffocating them. When applied properly, the thin film of oil plugs the spiracles or pores through which the mite or insect breathes.

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Using dormant oil on fruit trees doesn’t completely eliminate the problem with these pests, but it is the best way to cut off most of the population, leaving a simpler problem later in the season. Lubricating-oil sprays for use on dormant fruit trees. One of 1,Author: A.

Quaintance, E. Newcomer, B. Porter. A small amount of spray oil is often used as a sticker spreader in the dormant sprays. After bud break when the green tissue is exposed, the copper rate is reduced to ratios such as orincreasing the relative lime amount as more and more green tissue is.

Dormant Oil for Fruit Trees. There is an oil defense especially for use with fruit trees. 1 cup of vegetable oil; 2 tablespoons of liquid soap (preferably castile) 1 gallon of water; The process is the same as in the above recipes mix the oil and soap together in the water.

Shake it good and keep shaking as you spray. Horticultural oil is a labeled pesticide and should always be used according to the Oil sprays for dormant use book instructions. Good bugs, as well as bad, can be affected by spraying horticultural oil, so use only when absolutely necessary.

Hort oils need to be sprayed directly on the pests, to be effective. The excess oil evaporates and dissipates quickly, so. Ken talks about dormant oil sprays and how to use them effectively.

He explains why timing is critical when you are battling tree pests. Dormant sprays are horticultural oils and some insecticides and fungicides that are sprayed on dormant fruit trees during the late winter or early spring. Some dormant sprays suppress overwintering fungal diseases; others smother the eggs of the coddling moth and kill aphids, mites and scale insects.

Dormant Oil – To spray or not to spray. We at Baca’s Trees, often use dormant oil as a preventive measure for most trees and shrubs and we use it in conjunction with a water soluble fertilizer.

The combination makes a great spring treatment for trees and shrubs while being environmentally friendly. Greg talks about the uses for Horticultural or Dormant Oil Spray in controlling insects and fungus. DORMANT SPRAY FOR APPLE TREES: You will learn when and how to spray your apple tree.

Use Only on Dormant Plants: Unless otherwise labeled, dormant sprays can harm leaves and flowers on growing plants, so use only when plants are dormant. Spraying Safety: Even though they’re organic, dormant sprays can be irritating to skin and eyes.

Wear long sleeves and gloves, and use eye protection and a mask when applying dormant sprays. Never use sulphur sprays on Apricots. Cherry: Dormant Spray: Dormant Spray: Dormant Spray: Use Liqui-Cop at pink bud and again at full bloom to control Shot Hole fungus and Brown Rot.

2Tbs per gallon; Fig: Spray Oil* Spray Oil* Spray Oil* As needed: Nectarine And Peach*** Dormant Spray: Dormant Spray: Dormant Spray: Use Liqui-Cop at bud swell. I use the petro canada 10E, so I don't worry about even decidous trees, except the blue bloom on blue spruce. It's the impurities in the oil that do the damage.

Move to a higher quality product, and you'll be able to extend your oil spray window a. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Quaintance, A.L. (Altus Lacy), Lubricating-oil sprays for use on dormant fruit trees.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. You can find Dormant Oil Spray online, at a hardware store, or at a farm supply store. It is called Dormant Oil. The brand is not important, but you want to be sure it is something that is labeled for fruit tree use.

This is an example. You will put one application of the spray. Be sure to follow and read ALL the instructions on the label. Hi-Yield Dormant Spray with Paraffinic Oil controls a variety of Scale, Mites, Fruit Tree Leaf Rollers, Pear Psylla, Fall Armyworms, and Whiteflies on shrubs, ornamentals, fruit trees, and shade trees.

Use Hi-Yield Dormant Spray on fruit trees during Dormant Season, or use on ornamentals any time. Dormant Spray should be applied in late /5(15). Use a copper spray with oil on apricots. Do not use oil sprays on walnuts. Use a spray of copper (Bordeaux solution) or lime sulfur on peaches for control of peach leaf [curl] in late winter before buds break.” This advice comes from the original Sunset Western Garden Book of Do you follow.

You can’t. The majority of dormant oils available commercially are refined petroleum products (mineral oils) that are filtered, distilled and de-waxed before they’re combined with an emulsifying agent, which allows the oil to be mixed with water before : Stephen Westcott-Gratton.

Dormant oil sprays provide gardeners with an effective and environmentally friendly way to control insects on fruit trees.

In addition, dormant oil can be made at home with common household ingredients. If made correctly, a homemade dormant oil spray is just as effective as any commercially produced variety. For dormant oil to provide proper control, the oil must come in contact with the pests.

Dormant Oil Recipes Several dormant oil recipes. DO NOT use DORMANT OIL SPRAYS on your orchids. They are a much thicker oil than the superior or all season oils and will severely damage your orchids. They are intended to be used on dormant fruit trees and outdoor ornamental plants, not actively growing plants with leaves.

Dormant oils are best applied when temperatures will remain above 40° F. for at least 24 hours. When sprays are applied just prior to temperatures dropping below freezing, the emulsion breaks down, causing the oil to adhere to the bark/leaves instead of insects and therefore reducing results.

The oil smothers the insects. These sprays have no effect on diseases. Dormant oil sprays DO control peach twig borer, European red and brown mite eggs, San Jose scale and most soft scales, aphid eggs, and mealybug. For better control of peach twig borer add an insecticide to the dormant oil spray.

Dormant oil sprays alone DO NOT completely controlFile Size: 93KB. The instructions aren't clear on this. Also, does the dormant oil spray make the apples unsafe to eat at all.

Answer: Here is what Michael Phillips says in his book, The Apple Grower: A Guide for the Organic Orchardist (Chelsea Green, ): "Oil sprays smother the overwintering eggs and emerging nymphs of a number of foliar feeders. Use of a. A dormant oil spray is one tool to help control this pest, though it is not a complete control solution.

As I mentioned earlier, dormant oil sprays are very “soft” on beneficial insects. But, if insect predators (in the adult, larvae or pupal stage) are also present, like the lady beetles that have been found eating Crapemyrtle Bark Scale. ornamental plants not tolerant to oil sprays Do not use dormant sprays on broadleaf evergreens such as Rhododendron, Cherry Laurel, Holly, Ivy, Azalea or Oregon Grape.

In colder climates Cotoneaster, Barberry and Yews may be sensitive. Do not spray dormant sprays below 35° F.

If handgun has not beenFile Size: KB. low enough (45 to 65 percent) for oil to evaporate quickly. There are two basic petroleum oils: superior oil and the summer horticultural oil (this includes ultra-fine oil).

Superior oil can only be used during the dormant period. Summer horticultural oil is more highly refined and less likely to cause phytotoxicity to Size: 79KB.

Dormant oil sprays are applied to plants during mid to late winter to control overwintering some insects, like scales. Beaming with pride: Local artist unveils his unique children's book. Dormant and bloom sprays don't control the worms that get into apples and pears, or the new fruit-fly pest that is attacking cherries.

For those we use growing-season sprays. The diseases we are concerned about are: peach leaf curl, which only affects peaches and nectarines.

Sprays are only effective before the buds break.Dormant oil sprays kill insects and larvae, such as aphids, mites and scale, on contact. The entire tree must be soaked so the oil seeps into every crack and crevice.Dormant oil spraying should be done on a clear day when there is little or no breeze.

The ideal temperature for application is between 40° and 70° F., preferably temperatures should remain over 50° F. for at least twenty four hours in order to get the oil to spread out over the tree and cover all crooks and crevices.