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Old 12-23-2018, 03:23 PM
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Is Infuse by Bondie toxic to orchids?
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I think you mean Bonide?

You can find out a lot about pest and disease control chemicals at: https://staugorchidsociety.org/mobil...s-overview.htm

I don't see Propicanizole, the active ingredient, on the lists at that link. That may mean it has not been tried successfully on orchids, or it has been tried and is not a good choice.

If you have a fungus problem, identify the fungus first, then select a product from the link that works on that problem.

Good luck
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I think you mean Bonide?

You can find out a lot about pest and disease control chemicals at: https://staugorchidsociety.org/mobil...s-overview.htm

I don't see Propicanizole, the active ingredient, on the lists at that link. That may mean it has not been tried successfully on orchids, or it has been tried and is not a good choice.

If you have a fungus problem, identify the fungus first, then select a product from the link that works on that problem.

Good luck
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