PEAR - BUD MITE (PACIFIC COAST STATES)

General Information

ALL APPLICABLE DIRECTIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS ON THE LABEL ARE TO BE FOLLOWED

Faulty spray equipment, highly concentrated materials, or extremes of weather during or following spraying may lead to fruit or foliage injury. The risk of spray injury is greater when drought stress exists. The user is advised not to use Lime Sulfur on any crop unless local use has proved that Lime Sulfur does not damage crops in that locality.

Do not use Lime Sulfur on apricots. Do not use Oil with Lime Sulfur in summer applications. Do not apply when temperature exceeds 85 F. Do not apply Oil following Lime Sulfur, nor Lime Sulfur following Oil, in foliage period.

Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.

Where a rate range is given, use the highest rates when disease is severe or where disease was severe in the previous season.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

PEARS

Bud Mite (Pacific Coast States): Apply 5 gallons plus 2 gallons light medium summer oil per 100 gallons of water. Apply in the fall after temperature cools but before the first frost at the time mites first penetrate under the bud scales.