To treat established or newly planted ornamental trees measure the distance around the trunk. For each inch measured mix 3 fl oz of product in one gallon of water. To treat established or newly planted ornamental shrubs mix 9 fl oz in one gallon of water for each foot of shrub height.
Slowly pour the solution around the base of the ornamental tree or shrub keeping as close to the trunk as possible. Allow time while pouring for the liquid to soak into the ground.
Rinse the bucket or watering can with an additional gallon of water and pour around the tree trunk or shrub.
Shrubs: 3 ounces per foot of height.
To prevent against insect pests apply in May through early August
To treat insect pests apply in mid-August through late September
Insects: Aphids, Adelgids, Black Vine Weevil (larvae), Roundheaded Borers(including Eucalyptus Longheaded Borers), Japanese Beetles (adults), Lacebugs, Leaf Beetles (including Elm Leaf Beetles and Viburnum Leaf Beetles), Leafhoppers (suppression only), Leafminers (including Birch Leafminers), Mealybugs, Pine Tip Moth (larvae), Psyllids, Sawfly (larvae), Scale insects, Thrips, Whiteflies