A1: Apply RoseClear Ultra Liquid Concentrate 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 this only be used on roses?
A2: No. Roseclear Ultra, 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: Can I use this straight from the bottle?
A3: No, RoseClear Ultra Liquid Concentrate needs to be diluted with water. Using the measuring cap provided, add 20ml of RoseClear for each litre of water in a pressure sprayer.
Q4: How do I use this?
A4: After shaking the bottle, measure out the concentrate and mix with water. Use the spray immediately by spraying evenly, to wet upper and lower surfaces of the leaves. Avoid drift onto food crops.
Q5: When is the best time to spray?
A5: Spray in calm conditions, avoiding bright sunlight, drought and frosts. Spray early in the morning (7-9am) or evening (6-8pm), when bees are less active.
Q6: I have made up too much of the product, can I keep it for use another time?
A6: It’s always best to only mix up enough of the concentrate for what you need. Once it has been diluted, it needs to be used the same day. If you have made up too much of the mixture, use or dispose of it in the correct way, (household waste recycling centre).