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Bayer andvanced all-in-one rose flower care

Posted by rwood24 Z7 nc (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 1, 10 at 23:16

3 systemic products in one
okay it contains tebuconazole .80%
imidacloprid .15%

okay I'm wanting to use this one 5 of my orchids a bulbo, two lycaste , paph, and a oncid( already did very sickly so i was like what the heck)

now my reasoning for not wanting todo so on others is it contains 7.5% urea nitrogen, and I've always been informed to not use a urea based fert. On orchids. But I've also read on one of these forums someone suggesting this same product so I bought. So any input on if this low amount of urea will matter or won't. I'm really wanting to use this product or a good diease product if any of y'all know other brands. But mainly curious if I should junk it and use on roses and others only. Thanks to all
-drw


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RE: Bayer andvanced all-in-one rose flower care

If you put Urea in the search box at the top of the discussions page you will find some past long threads about that subject and orchid fertilisers.

I use imidacloprid on my orchids to control scale. Have no knowledge of tebuconazole.


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RE: Bayer andvanced all-in-one rose flower care

BAYER COMPLETE INSECT KILLER
contains 0.72% imidacloprid,
nearly FIVE times the concentration in the rosy version!

--Stitz--


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RE: Bayer andvanced all-in-one rose flower care

Read the link below - it should help.

Brooke

Here is a link that might be useful: Bayer discussion


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RE: Bayer andvanced all-in-one rose flower care

I use both but for different purposes. The rose for weekly feeding and to make the plants taste bad to the bugs. The insect killer for plants that have visible bugs.

Here is a link that might be useful: blog.backbulb.com


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RE: Bayer andvanced all-in-one rose flower care

Thanks so much to you all. I'm going togo find the product suggested in the thread Brooke gave me. Hope y'all all have a great weekend!


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