Protect Plants from Fungal Disease, Insects, & Mites
Protect flowers & plants from fungus & insect damage with 3-in-1 Garden Spray. Spray on flowers and ornamentals for insect & fungus free leaves & blooms.
Apply to fruits & vegetables like peas, cucumbers, apples & berries to protect from pests & disease. 3-in-1 Garden Spray, gentle on most plants is formulated to reduce injury to plants. Use until the day before harvest. Will not persist in the environment after application
Take control of your garden
Use Safer® Brand 3-in-1 Ready-To-Use to battle the following garden problems.
Three garden solutions in 1 spray
Identifying the root cause of a problem plaguing your garden isn’t always easy. Insects are great at hiding and fungus can often start in inconspicuous places within your plants. If you know you have a problem, but you’re not sure what it is, then Safer® Brand 3-in-1 Concentrate is for you.
The concentrate provides 3 types of pest control solutions in 1 bottle: a fungicide, an insecticide and a miticide. Take the guesswork out of killing insects and controlling fungi by letting our 3-in-1 Concentrate do the work for you.
Multi-purpose insect & fungus control
3-in-1 Garden Concentrate is tough on insect pests and fungus, yet gentle on most plants. Potassium salts of fatty acids and sulfur combine in this multi-purpose solution to control insects, mites and fungal diseases. Potassium salts of fatty acids, derived from natural fats and plant oils, kills destructive insects on contact. It works by weakening the protective outer shell of target insects, causing them to dehydrate and die.
Sulfur stops the spread of fungal diseases like powdery mildew, black spot, rust and leaf spot. These diseases can quickly spread and take over a plant, causing irreversible damage. Sulfur attacks these fungal diseases by creating an unwelcoming environment for disease growth, ultimately stopping the spread of the fungus.
How to use 3-in-1 RTU
Be sure to shake the bottle before using to ensure proper mixture and distribution of product before application. Spray 3-in-1 Garden Spray at the first sign of insects or infection. Coat plants thoroughly to saturate upper and lower surfaces of the plant foliage. It’s best to apply in the morning or late evening hours.
Apply every 5 to 7 days when insects are present, and every 7 to 10 days, after rain, or as needed to control powdery mildew, leaf spot, black spot and rust. For strawberries, apply at 3 week intervals only.
An convenient, ready-to-use solution
When damaging insects or fungi attack your garden plants, having a solution that’s simple, quick and easy-to-use is the way to go. Safer® Brand 3-in-1 Garden Spray comes in a convenient ready-to-use solution to make controlling fungal disease and eliminating insects easy.
Plus, we’ve added a newly designed sprayer head to our bottles for a more consistent spray pattern, so you can target and eliminate pests and disease.
|Shipping Restrictions||AK, HI|
|Lead Time||This item ships in 1-2 Business Days|
|Bug Type||Fungus, General Insecticide, Spider Mites|
|Usage Area||Indoor & Outdoor|
|Concentration Ratio||Ready To Use|
|Ingredient Base||Organic Based|
My plant leaves look chewed! Do you know what type of insect might do that?
Insects that have the ability to chew plants must have special cutters in their mouths for this purpose. Such insects may include caterpillars, beetles, and grasshoppers for example.
Can aphids or other insect pests spread viruses from one plant to another?
Yes, many insect pests can transmit a virus from one plant to another. Pumpkins, potatoes, lettuce, melons, cucumbers, beans and beets are just some of the vegetable plants that can be affected.
How do I know if my plant is being attacked by an insect or a disease?
If it’s an insect, the plant may have holes in its leaves. Turn the leaves over and you may see the insects themselves clustered on the underside of the leaves. You may also see and feel a sticky substance if it’s an insect because the insect will leave a secretion on the plant.
Is a spider mite an insect or is it actually a spider?
Spider mites belong to a class called arachnids, to which spiders also belong. They are not actually insects.
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