ExcellentI used this for citrus leaf miner and caterpillars destroying my plants. It’s working really well but repeat treatments are needed with all the wet weather. This stuff is well worth the money.
Questions & Answers
Can you use this product to control white fly on fig tree?
Hello Vincent, Unfortunately Success Ultra is not registered for the control of whitefly.
For the control of whiteflies on your fig tree we recommend the following product:
‘Yates Nature’s Way Vegie... Read more& Herb Spray’. It's certified for use in organic gardens and there's no withholding period, so you can spray and eat the same day! It's available in a ready-to-use or concentrate bottle. Click on the following link for more information: https://www.yates.com.au/yates-natures-way-vegie-herb-spray/ For more information about whitefly, please click on the following link: https://www.yates.com.au/garden-hub/whiteflies/ If you do have any further enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact the Yates team again. You can email us at email@example.com Kind regards, Dave Yates Horticulturist
Can I use Success on spidermite infestations on bromeliads without harming the plants or welcome insects
Hello Colleen, Thank you for contacting Yates.
Success Ultra is not registered for the control of mites.
For the control of spider mites, we recommend the following product for use on your plant... Read mores: ‘Yates Nature’s Way Vegie & Herb Spray’. It's certified for use in organic gardens and there's no withholding period, so you can spray and eat the same day! It's available in a ready-to-use or concentrate bottle. Click on the following link for more information: https://www.yates.com.au/yates-natures-way-vegie-herb-spray/ As some types of bromeliad can be considered delicate, we would advise to use this on a small section of plant first and monitor for any signs of damage to your plants. For more information about mites please click on the following link: https://www.yates.com.au/garden-hub/mites/ If you do have any further enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact the Yates team again. Kind regards, Dave Yates Horticulturist
Thank you for your advice, greatly appreciated!
I used the product on my apple tree for coddling moth and I still have coddling moth. I couldn’t find any instructions for repeat use so I’m guessing I should have used it again. Can anyone recommend an interval for reusing the product as I have found none? Also at what point I should have started to spray, please, for example at what stage of fruit formation?
Hi Catherine, You can repeat spray every 7-14 days when the pests are active. Make sure you spray the top and bottom of the leaves until the product drips off.
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