Using triazicide in the summer heat

johnthecookJune 30, 2012

Is 85 to 90 degrees to hot to spray my apple trees. I'm worried about bugs since I took my ziplock bags off some of my apples because of rot. I'm just worried that I might damage the leaves with so much heat.

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It should be OK, but obviously spray either first thing in the morning or close to sunset.

    Bookmark   June 30, 2012 at 7:35AM
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