A1: Apply from April to the end of September. Spray at first sign of disease/aphid attack and repeat at 21-28 day intervals. If disease/aphids are already established, spray at intervals of 14 days. Where roses were infected with blackspot the previous season, spraying should start in spring as buds burst.
Q2: Can RoseClear Ultra Gun! only be used on roses?
A2: No. RoseClear Ultra Gun! can also be used on ornamental plants and flowering plants. However, it is always advisable to test a sample of plants, by treating them and leaving for a few weeks, before treating a large or valuable collection.
Q3: Do I need to shake the bottle before use?
A3: Yes, shake the bottle well before use to ensure that the contents are thoroughly mixed.
Q4: When is the best time to spray RoseClear Ultra Gun!?
A4: We recommend spraying in calm conditions, avoiding bright sunlight, drought and frosts. Spray early in the morning (7-9 am) or evening (6-8 pm), when bees are less active.
Q5: Why isn’t any of the product coming out when pressing the trigger?
A5: Ensure that the nozzle is twisted to the ‘Spray’ position. Turn the nozzle to the ‘Stop’ position after use.