Injected into the grapevine. 60 ml bottle.
The method to inject into the vine is the following:
Pierce's Disease Be Gone ™.Safely promotes healing of the whole grapevine from Pierce's disease. All organic plant ingredients. Drill 8 holes at 45 degree angle about .125" to .625" ( 5/8") deep. Apply about 1 ml per hole ( one pipette full), do not overflow hole. The drill bit size is best at 3/16" in diameter. Repeat this 4 different days until all 60 ml is gone. Shake well before using. Keep away from pets and children. Wear eye protection, DO NOT SPRAY. Visit web site https://blackknotbegone.com for more information.
If the vine is over 4 inches in diameter drill 8 holes if the vine is less than 4 inches in diameter only drill 4 holes
Pipette size - will hold 1.2 ml
When drilling the 8 holes, please make sure to ream them out to clean out all debris. This will allow the Pierce's Disease to be gone to fill the cavity and absorb through the vascular system. The older the tree the deeper you will need to drill it is ok to drill deeper to ensure you drill into the xylem layers vascular system.
Shake the Pierce's Disease Be Gone Very Well before Applying.
OK to use a 3/16" drill bit to drill 45-degree angles up to 5/8" deep into the trunk of the tree.
Drill 8 holes around the trunk of the tree about 6-12" from the ground if the tree or vine is 4 inches or larger.
You can apply Pierce's Disease be gone any time the tree or vine is absorbing nutrients up through the root system, early spring to late fall. The best time is any time you see the Pierce's Disease on the vine and then again in early spring for preventative protection. The tree is the most susceptible as the fungus spores are airborne in the early spring.
Promotes natural healing throughout the vine with organic, natural products to heal the plant from the bacteria and fungus and apply in spring to protect the vine, tree or plant from the infection.
Black Rot is a name used for various diseases of cultivated plants caused by fungi or bacteria, producing dark brown discoloration and decay in the leaves of fruit and vegetables:
- A disease of grape vines caused by a fungus (Guignardia bidwellii), affecting the aboveground part of the vine, and favored by warm, humid weather; also called grape rot.