Save your trees from Sudden Oak Death!
Easy to use combination: Simply mix 6 ounces of Pentra-Bark, 1 gallon of Reliant and 1 gallon of water for application with a garden sprayer. Treats 20+ mature, large trees. Reliant is a systemic fungicide with curative and protective activity against many pathogens of agricultural, nursery, greenhouse, landscape ornamentals, turf and lawns; it is quickly absorbed by plant foliage and roots and is distributed systematically throughout the plant. Once inside it turns on the natural defense mechanisms of the plant to resist invasion by disease causing pathogens, if diseases are already present it helps the plant to kill the pathogen invaders by curative activity while protecting new growth. Pentra-Bark penetrating surfactant will take Reliant into the vascular system of the tree for translocation into foliage and roots, maximizing the fungicide's efficiency and minimizing treatment times.
- Easy and safe to apply
- Effective against Beech Decline and Canker Diseases
- Fast acting solution due to Pentra-Bark surfactant
- Registered for use in California, EPA approved
- Same formulation and strength as Agri-Fos and Garden Phos
- Makes 2.1 gallons of solution to treat 20+ large mature trees
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This is easy to use and apply to trees if you are experiencing oak death
This is exactly what we needed to treat some trees in CA. Fast shipping and good instructions. Thank you
Exactly the same as AgriFos for way less money. Spray my Oak trees every year with this to keep them safe. EAsy to use with a sprayer.
Good I got this instead of garden fos
Revolutionary! By only having to spray Reliant on the bark rather than using injections I can treat many more trees at a fraction of the cost!
My tree was showing signs of Sudden Oak Death as limbs started dying in the tree and loss of leaves. I sprayed this tree up as far as I could reach on the trunk, and then painted all surrounding trees that were in reach of this tree's roots. The tree had no extra dead limbs this year and did not drop leaves the following summer after treating it. I will just keep an eye on the tree to see if I need to treat it once again.