Category: Payne’s Products

SMOTHER INSECT EGGS WITH DORMANT OIL

dormant oil whiteNow that Spring is just a little more than a month away, it’s time to treat your fruit trees and evergreens with horticultural oil spray, also known as dormant oil spray. We have everything you need, including expert tips, to help protect your trees.

Dormant and horticultural oil sprays work by smothering overwintering insect eggs. Please make sure it’s above 50 degrees before you spray and allow time for it to dry before it freezes at night.
The first spray of the season should be applied as the buds on the tree or shrub begin to swell, but before they open.

The first spray of the season should be applied as the buds on the tree or shrub begin to swell, but before they open.

CLICK HERE to learn more about how to use Dormant Oil.

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TJ’s TIP: Don’t spray when it’s windy and cover anything you don’t want oil to get on because it will be difficult to remove or clean.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: ST. JOSEPH’S COAT CLIMBING ROSES

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Photo of St. Joseph’s Coat Climbing Roses from Payne’s
by Beverly Perkey!

If you have a photo taken in one of our greenhouses or of your own garden or landscape that contains products from Payne’s, please send it to info@paynes.com!

If your photo is chosen, and used in our e-newsletter website or other marketing
materials, then you will receive a Gift Certificate from Payne’s for $25!
Payne’s Nursery employees are not eligible for the Gift Card.

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