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Grosafe EnSpray 99 Spraying Oil is an effective way to manage unwanted pests on all your plants.
How does Grosafe EnSpray 99 work?
Grosafe EnSpray 99 Spraying Oil contains highly refined mineral oil, which provides several benefits for plant protection. The oil-based formulation acts as a contact insecticide, suffocating and smothering pests such as aphids, mites, whiteflies, and other soft-bodied insects. It is also effective on powdery mildew. Additionally, it can help suppress fungal diseases by forming a physical barrier on the plant’s surface, preventing spore germination and reducing infection.
When applying EnSpray 99 Spraying Oil, it is important to ensure thorough coverage of the plant, including the undersides of leaves where pests often hide. Use a sprayer or mister, to achieve an even and uniform distribution of the product.
Benefits of using EnSpray 99
- Protects the plant from feeding damage
- Suffocates pathogens
- Prevents fungi adhesion
- Prevents infection
- It is gentle on your plants with only 1% of impurities
- Adheres to the plant surface making it effective for longer
Directions for Use
For the control of pests on indoor plants:
Dilute 5ml per 200mls of water and spray or apply to leaves with a soft cloth (it works as a leaf shine too). Make sure to get the underside of the leaves where the pests often hide.
The bottle has a measuring cap on the lid.
When mixing with other pesticides add the other product first, according to the manufacturer’s instructions, then add the EnSpray 99 last. Maintain continuous agitation while spraying.
EnSpray 99 has a synergistic effect when mixed with suitable insecticides. EnSpray 99 will assist the spreading, adhesion and penetration of the insecticide.
For a preventative use EnSpray 99 monthly. As a treatment use weekly until the pests are gone.
It is safe for both indoor and outdoor plants.
For deciduous plants such as Apples, pears and stonefruit use 15-20ml per litre of water. For scale control apply during dormant period up until green tip.
For other citrus use 10ml per litre of water.
For grapes to control powdery mildew use 20ml per litre of water. Repeat at 7-10 day intervals.
Which pest is it?
Aphids are tiny, pear-shaped insects that can be found on the stems, leaves, and flowers of indoor plants. They feed on the plant sap, causing leaves to curl, yellow, or distort. To control aphids, you can try using insecticidal soap or neem oil, gently washing them off with water. Their natural predators are like ladybugs.
Spider mites are minuscule pests that are difficult to spot with the naked eye. They usually appear as tiny dots on the undersides of leaves, leaving behind webbing. Spider mites feed on plant sap, leading to yellowing, speckling, and eventual leaf drop.
Mealybugs are soft-bodied insects covered in a cotton-like, waxy substance. They gather in clusters on stems, leaves, and leaf axils, sucking sap from the plants. Infested plants may show stunted growth, yellowing, or wilting.
Scale insects appear as small, round or oval bumps on the stems and leaves of indoor plants. They feed on plant sap and secrete a sticky substance called honeydew, which can attract ants and promote the growth of sooty mould.
Fungus gnats are small, mosquito-like flies that lay their eggs in the soil of potted plants. The larvae feed on organic matter in the soil and can damage plant roots. To manage fungus gnats, allow the soil to dry between watering, avoid overwatering, and use sticky traps to catch the adult flies.
Thrips are tiny, slender insects that can damage indoor plants by feeding on leaves, flowers, and buds. They leave behind silver or bronze streaks, black specks (excrement), and distorted plant growth.