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Mycotrol® ESO – 1 Qt.

Product ID: 7466

Contact insecticide absorbed through the pest's cuticle (skin).

This biological insecticide controls most troublesome crop pests, even resistant strains, such as Q-biotype whitefly. Contains the fungus Beauveria bassiana strain GHA, which targets the early stages (nymphal and larval) of a wide variety of soft-bodied insects. These include, but are not limited to: whiteflies, thrips, aphids, psyllids, mealybugs, scarab beetles, weevils, armyworms, cutworms, leafhoppers, loopers, mites, corn borers, and cucumber, potato, and flea beetles. REI (re-entry interval): 4 hrs. PHI (pre-harvest interval): 0 days. Designed for application without adjuvants, wetting agents, or stickers. Typical usage rate: 1/2 - 2 qt. /100 gal. of water. Though, rate is dependent on insect population and foliage density. Thorough coverage required to achieve control.

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