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Garden Safe Fungicide3 Insecticide/Fungicide/Miticide Ready to Use 24-Ounce Spray 10414X

Gardeners care more than ever about how their flowers and vegetables grow. The Garden Safe line offers gardeners alternative pest and disease control options to keep their gardens beautiful and bountiful and give them the peace of mind that comes with responsible gardening.

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3 comments to Garden Safe Fungicide3 Insecticide/Fungicide/Miticide Ready to Use 24-Ounce Spray 10414X

  • tank

    my first review is on a fungicide?? Well, not being a big writer I don’t usually write reviews, even on things I really like. However, after saving my roses twice, this thing deserves it. It kills all the bugs pestering them, and being a 3 in 1 product, it helps lower maintenance on an otherwise difficult plant (roses are susceptible to so many things!). I (shouldn’t have) neglected them this whole summer, and by September they looked like they were on the brink of death (they had some identifiable diseases and pests). In fact, I thought they weren’t revivable, but I tried anyway. I pruned them and sprayed them (always use goggles and gloves, safety first) and next thing I knew they were growing robustly again, budding even. I had my doubts when I first bought this, now I’m at my second bottle. The only downside I know of is the ‘good’ bugs that can be killed by it, and possible danger to other wildlife. This can be helped a bit by spraying directly as much as possible on the leaves/stem, and spraying sparingly. Oh yeah, and it smells bad, but that’s only if you smell it directly which would be a pretty stupid thing to do. I never had to use it on other flower plants though, but for roses this is a must have. (However it can’t prevent or kill rose viruses and bacterial infections!)As for questions about the odor: I don’t know about indoors. I only used it outside. Sorry. But then again, if you’re growing your roses indoors, it’s very unlikely to get diseases and pests. Unless your house has the conditions to grow the diseases, and they happen to be in your house, you probably won’t need it.

  • Lisa

    great for fungus gnats This product fixed a severe fungus gnat infestation in my home. Just spray down all exposed soil on your houseplants. The bottle says to keep applying every 7-14 days, but it worked for me in one treatment. The gnats started to dwindle in a few days and were gone within two weeks. I used this in conjunction with the Fly Web fly trap – the trap caught the majority of the adult gnats, and Garden Safe killed the larvae living in the soil as well as their fungus food source.

  • K. Clark

    not really safe I am sure this product works very well, but after reading the MSDS [...] with all of the warnings for poison control etc I do not feel comfortable using this product anywhere around my house. It may be “safe” for the environment, but I and my family and animals live in that environment and this product makes our plants unsafe for us. It may be all natural and approved for organic gardening but if I have to rinse my hand for 15-20 minutes under running water if I get a drop of it on my skin, that is not a good sign. If I could return it, I would. I think the seller of the product should provide some of this MSDS info on the web page to help provide a more informed decision, if I was at the store buying it I would have read the label and not purchased it. I learned my lesson to never purchase an unfamiliar chemical product online when I am not able to read the label.

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