Tools & Supplies Pest and Disease Controls Insecticides DiPel® DF - 1 Lb.

DiPel® DF - 1 Lb.

Product ID: 9713

Dry flowable B.t. (var. kurstaki).

Dissolves better in water than wettable powders. Granulated - no dust or clumping when mixed. Specific to leaf-eating caterpillars, DiPel® is the natural choice for controlling gypsy moth, tent caterpillar, cabbage looper, tomato hornworm, leafroller, and more. For use on vegetables, fruits, flowers, ornamentals, and lawns. Harmless to humans, animals and beneficial insects. Use 1/4-2 lb./acre. Includes mixing rates for smaller areas. Potency of 32,000 IU/mg. Will store indefinitely if kept cool (70°F/21°C or less).

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  • This product does not ship outside the United States.
  • This product does not ship to the following states: PR,  AA,  AE,  AP,  AS,  FM,  GU,  MH,  MP,  PW.

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