Acephate 90% Prills (Mana) powder insecticide protects agricultural crops and non-crop land from damaging insects like thrips, plant bugs (grasshoppers and various beetles), aphids, and whiteflies. This powder is water dispersable and can be used on a wide variety of crops including cotton, tobacco, and various vegetables.
Aphids, Cabbage Looper, Cutworms, Plant Bugs,Thrips, Whitefly, and others * See label for complete list
For use in:
Industrial, Institutional and Commercial Buildings: including Restaurants, Warehouses, Stores, Hospitals, Hotels, Manufacturing Plants and Ships Agricultural Crops: including Cotton, Tobacco, Beans, Citrus, Non-Crop Land: including Fence-rows, Roadsides and Ditches See Label for complete list
Varies depending on target pest and crops * See label for complete and detailed application
Use Quali-Pro Acephate 90% Prills for residual pest control in the areas listed by applying as a 0.75% or 1.0% spray. To control light infestations on nonporous surfaces use the 0.75% rate, and to rapidly reduce heavy infestations use the 1.0% spray. There may be limited activity on porous surfaces. Repeat treatment as needed.
Perimeter Treatment Outdoors:
Not for use on residential turf as a perimeter treatment. Using a dilution of 1.3 oz / gallon of water apply Quali-Pro Acephate 90% Prills to a band of soil 6 to 10 feet adjacent to the structure and to a height of 2 to 3 feet on the foundation where pests may be active or may find entrance to control Cockroaches, Ants (excluding fire, harvester, carpenter and pharaoh), Pillbugs and Earwigs. Also treat using a residual spray or with a paint brush to surfaces of buildings, window frames, shutters, entry ways, screens, eaves, patios, garages, carports, around garbage areas and other areas where pests gather.
NOTE: Only foraging ants will be controlled when using perimeter treatments.
Food Handling Establishments:
For use in Federally Inspected Meat and Poultry Plants and places other than private residences in which exposed food is held, processed, prepared or served.
Food Areas - Application Limited to Spot and/or Crack and Crevice Treatment Only:
Includes areas for receiving, storage, packing (canning, bottling, wrapping, boxing) preparing, edible waste storage and enclosed processing systems (mills, dairies, edible oils, syrups). Limit spray concentration to a maximum of 1.0% active ingredient. Using equipment that can deliver a fine stream of insecticide in points between different elements of construction, between equipment and floors, openings leading to voids and hollow spaces in walls, equipment legs and bases, where labeled insects hide apply small amounts directly into cracks and crevices. Take proper care to prevent depositing this product onto exposed surfaces or allowing the material into the air. Do not contaminate food or food processing surfaces.
DO NOT apply this product in the Food Areas of Food Handling Establishments, other than as a Spot and/or Crack and Crevice Treatment.
Includes garbage rooms, lavatories, floor drains (to sewer entries and vestibules, offices, locker rooms, machine rooms, boiler rooms, garages, mop closets and storage). Limit spray; concentration to a maximum of 1.0% active ingredient. Treat areas where insects may hide or enter through, such as baseboard areas, around water pipes, surfaces behind and beneath sinks, lockers, tables and pallets.
Using a spot treatment, apply to selective surfaces, such as baseboards under elements of construction into cracks and crevices in facilities where prepared food is served (e.g. dining rooms). Do not apply in areas where food may be prepared or held. Do not apply when foods are exposed or facility is in operation.
Do not let spray mist come in contact with food, foodstuffs or water supplies. If exposed to contamination as a result of application of this product, completely wash dishes and food handling utensils in soap and water. Do not allow children or pets to come into contact with treated surfaces until sprays have dried.
Do not contaminate food or food processing surfaces.
TREE, TURF AND ORNAMENTAL SPRAY
For use to control the listed pests (including fire ants in non-bearing citrus and turfgrass only), on non-bearing citrus, nursery stock (including container grown nursery stock), trees, shrubs, turfgrass (golf courses and sod farms), outdoor floral crops, ground covers, and greenhouse floral and foliage plant crops.
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Can Acephate 90% Prills be poured into predrilled holes in pine tree to provide systemic protection from southern pine beetle?
In southern AL, I am loosing many of the 16"-20" southern pine trees in my yard. Have already had 6-7 die & noticed in past week 6 more large trees with needles turning brown. They are gone. Have 20-25 more very large pines I would like to protect if possible. Can I predrill holes & pour this herbicide in hole so herbicide will be absorbed and provide protection from beetles without harming trees? Noticed acephate plugs available, but would cost a lot to use those. Thought liquid might be more affordable. Would like to get started with this in next few days. Thanks
Acephate 90% Prills is not labeled to control southern pine beetle. Unfortunately, there is no easy solution when it comes to pine beetles. Infected trees should be cut down (before the newly hatched beetles fly out of the trees in the spring/summer) and the wood burned or chipped, while other still healthy trees should be sprayed annually to protect them. Because of the natural boring behavior of the beetle they are protected from topically applied insecticides and systemic insecticides (those injected into the tree or applied as a root drench) have proven ineffective for pine beetle infestations. Healthy trees can be protected before the beetles attack by topically spraying them with a product called Permethrin SFR. The tree should be sprayed from the ground to 15 ft up the trunk to prevent future infestations.