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One small batch solved our problemJust one small batch of this product solved our problem.We had been fighting powdery mildew on a well established rose bush for most of this year. We bought a spray bottle of a supposedly safe 3-in-1 control from a local nursery for $8 and used it faithfully once a week for a little over a month. Not only did it not cure the problem, our problem spread to our Gerber daisies.We mixed just 1/2 ounce of this product and started spraying the roses and daisies. The improvement was immediate and after just a couple of weeks of treatment, the mildew is almost completely gone. We still have a huge bottle of this left over. Well worth the money.5This product works!This product works. My roses have no more diseases. The leaves are luster dark green. I have to spray my roses nearly once every two weeks in order to be effective. Also, I find this product costs the least, as compared to other products or methods. I use about one bottle (32 oz) per season. That is enough to care for all of my 30 roses.5Excellent product that really worksBayer Disease Control is the standard for preventing blackspot, rust, mildew and just about every rose disease you can imagine. I have been using it on my hybrid teas for two years and have not seen a single leaf with blackspot since I started. I use 1 1/2 tablespoons per gallon and apply it with a sprayer every other week. I did try organic methods first, but unfortunately they just didn't work.5Best bug repellentI tried this product on my trees and it's been helping them but I think the solution in general is really strong. Make sure and add more water than suggested on the container. Sometimes I'll use the solution on bugs than raid and it works just like raid.5Bayer Advanced Disease Control works!I've had a terrible time with blackspot on roses and fungus on a couple of other plants in my yard. Not this year with using this. My roses are loaded with flowers and big fat healthy shiny green leaves. Not a spot anywhere. It's June 5 and I've used it twice so far this year, once when the leaves were just unfolding and yesterday. I have over a dozen rose bushes and all are looking great. Very pleased.5Works great for daylily rust....Got this to use in rotation with Bonide Fruit Tree and Plant Guard spray with pyraclostrobin for rust on daylilies. We just bout new stock for our sales garden from a "reputable" dealer and got the extra added bonus of rust with the new plants. After some heavy leaf removal and rotational spraying of the two fungicides we seem to have beaten the rust into submission. I would recommend it for any fungal problem listed on the label. We do add 1 tsp. of Dawn Blue Dish Washing liquid ( it must be BLUE ) per gallon of spray as a contact fungicide and a surfactant to help with leaf contact.5It Works.New home, with lots of roses that had huge problems with black spot and mites. Two thorough wettings using a sprayer and new growth began to show with no fungus or insects. It's six weeks since the last spraying and all the roses on on at least their second group of flowers this season.5Really works on my rosesLater in the season (summer), my roses have struggled. I have 6 knockout roses in my front yard, and they were planted when my trees were small. Now that the trees are bigger, I worried the shade was killing my roses, but this spray proved me wrong. There's some sort of bug/fungus that turns the leaves yellow and spotted. If I spray them aggressively (daily) they recover. I have seen some outstanding results with this spray and will keep it stocked at my house.4Bye Bye Mildew!I was losing hope for my honeysuckle. The leaves were covered with this powdery mildew and the flowers that tried to come out, were choked by it too. It was drying up and dying. June 1, I bought this. I Mixed it, sprayed it on/in my honeysuckle and used the granules too. It s been almost a month and the honeysuckle is now blooming like crazy, (has new spouts at the root) with healthy leaves and beautiful flowers. I ve used it on my roses, some other plants and they are doing fabulous. I highly recommend this for powdery mildew and healthy plants. Great Product! When I run out, I will buy some more. Here are couple pictures of my honeysuckle as it looks now. A healthy plant.5Great disease controlI tried an organic spray first. Some improvement, but lots of rose leaves continued to spot and yellow. This stuff made a marked difference the first 2 weeks, and now my roses are all but disease free. Plus, it is applied bi-weekly, not every week. A bit of a pain to mix in my sprayer -strong stuff, so it only takes a little.5
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BioAdvanced 701250 Disease Control for Roses, Flowers and Shrubs Garden Fungicide, 32-Ounce, Concentrate