Bayer Advanced Tree and Shrub Insecticide and Fertilizer - 10lb Granules

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Bayer Advanced Tree and Shrub Insecticide and Fertilizer - 10lb Granules

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  • Protects trees and shrubs from insects while fertilizing
  • Works for 12 months!
  • 10 lbs of granules
  • Includes measuring cup
  • See below for instructions
Bayer's Advanced Tree & Shrub Protect & Feed is easy to apply.  Just measure out the proper amount in the measuring cap, then sprinkle and water in.
Product Details:
-  12 month systemic insect protection
-  Protects against Adelgids, Aphids, Armored Scales, Borers (including roundhead, flathead, and bark beatles), Fungus Gnats, Japanese Beetles (Adult), Lace Bugs, Leaf Beetles, Leafhoppers, Leafminers, Mealybugs, Pine Tip Moth Larvae, Psyllids, Royal Palm Bugs, Rot Weevil Larvae, Safly Larvae, Soft Scale, Whiteflies, White Grub Larvae, and more.
-  Provides a slow release fertilizer that lasts 12 months
-  10 lbs of granules
-  Includes a measuring cup for easy mixing

Where to Use:
All outdoor trees and shrubs.  Can only be used on the following edible fruit and nut trees (Apple, Crabapple, Loquat, Mayhaw, Oriental Pear, Pear, Pecan, Quince) where consumption of harvest is desired.  Can also be used on all containerized plants that are not intended for edible food.
How Much To Use:
Trees:  Approximately 1/4 cup for every inch of distance around the truck
Shrubs:  Approximately 3/4 cup for every foot of height
Active Ingredient:  Imidacloprid 1.1%
Fertilizer (Guaranteed Analysis):  2-1-1
Coverage: 13 trees that measure 8 inches around the trunk  |  16 shrubs that are 2 foot tall   |  143 5-Gallon Containerized Potted Plants
For detailed instructions, please view the full product label by clicking here: Tree and Shrub Granules - 10 lb

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  • 5
    This is good stuff. We have used it for several years and it had made a big difference in the bug damage to our trees and shrubs. It is also easy to apply and only needs a once a year treatment.

    Posted by susan chan on Apr 7th 2012