Avid 0.15 EC Miticide Insecticide is the best insecticide for mites and leaf miners. The label for Avid now includes the suppression of whiteflies, aphids, and thrips. Growers, nursery and landscape professionals depend on Avid 0.15 EC Miticide Insecticide for their ornamentals because it provides unmatched protection against leaf miners and mites. Use in the resistance management program rotation because its one-of-a-kind chemistry and mode of action.
For suppression of aphids, thrips, and whiteflies, apply when young, immature stages of these insects are first observed and repeat every 7 days for 2 or 3 weeks. After which time, rotate to other products that have different modes of action than Avid 0.15 EC for at least 2-3 weeks. Aphids, thrips, and whiteflies are killed by direct contact with the Avid 0.15 EC spray.
Shadehouses, Greenhouses, Nurseries & Field-Grown: Ornamental Plants, Foliage Plants, Christmas Trees, and other Woody Ornamentals * See label for complete list
4 - 8 oz. per 100 gallons * See label for complete application instructions
Yes, if used as directed on Label
Professional Product Group 6 Insecticide (ORM-D)
WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including abamectin and N-methylpyrrolidone, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/
Avid 0.15 EC is an emulsifiable concentrate containing 0.15 lb. abamectin/gal. which, when mixed with water, will control leafminers and mites and suppress whiteflies, thrips, and aphids on ornamentals.
Mix with water and apply as a foliar spray to obtain uniform coverage. For mites, apply when mites first appear and repeat as necessary to maintain control. For leafminers, apply as needed and repeat at 7-day intervals or as necessary to maintain control.
For suppression of aphids, thrips, and whiteflies, apply when young, immature stages of these pests are first observed and repeat every 7 days for 2 or 3 weeks. After which time, rotate to other products that have different modes of action than Avid 0.15 EC for at least 2-3 weeks. Refer to the Resistance Management section for additional comments on rotation. Aphids, thrips, and whiteflies are killed by direct contact with the Avid 0.15 EC spray.
Residual control of pests may be enhanced with the addition of a horticultural spray oil at 0.5 to 1.0% of the spray volume on field-grown woody ornamentals, landscape plants, and Christmas trees. Repeat application as necessary, but no sooner than 7 days to maintain control. Some plants are sensitive to oils and so without prior experience the user should spray a small number of plants and observe plants for 2 weeks before spraying the remaining plants. Excessive cold or warm temperatures may increase the chance of plant damage following application with oils.
Avid 0.15 EC Miticide Insecticide Features:
Rainfast within hours of application, offering outdoor application flexibility
Leaves no unsightly residue on plants
Formulated for easly application with standard equipment
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including abamectin and N-methylpyrrolidone, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
I have been fighting spider mites for six months, not able to win - just stay even.
Finally I went nuclear (Avid) on the little bastids, and they're all in spider heaven now.
This stuff seems expensive - but it is SO concentrated that this $100 bottle will last a looooong time. I use 3 drops in 500cc of water in a spray bottle. Used once.
I don't normally write reviews, but...this stuff works:) period.like wow:) i use it once in the earliest veg, and have been good to the end! Seriously! and this bottle will last forever w the tiny bit you use.
On a suggestion from a friend, I was told that my issue with Russett mites would be quelled with one application of the avid miticide. Once I bit the bullet on the cost, (@$15/oz.) I realized that within hours I had stopped 80% of my infestation. A second application @ 2 weeks later yielded near 100% extermination of those microscopic bastards and I've been good since... *A full tyvek suit, respirator and eye protection is essential to do a proper application!!
I believe you can avoid pests with preventive measures, but sometimes they just appear. In my case I introduced some plants from another garden. I had what I believed to be broad mites. I used avid every 3rd day for 4 applications and they were gone.
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We use this in combination with TalstarP.
Talk about TERMINATE ON SIGHT!
Turn your Garden into a Pest GRAVEYARD with this stuff.
(P.S. You should follow dosage instructions or you'll kill more than your bugs in the process. DO NOT USE DURING FLOWERING. DO NOT USE ON CLONES.)
What is the mixing ratio per gallon of water for Avid .15 EC
ratio per gallon
Depending on what you are treating, the mixing ratio of Avid is labeled per 100 gallons at 4oz. With this said you would want to use approx. .04 fl oz per gallon of water. Please be sure to follow the product label for application instructions.
I need to know how much Avis .15EC to use to make a gallon?
I just recently bought a bottle of Avid .15 EC miticide and it has no instructions for the mix ratio I need your help.
Depending on what you are treating, the mixing ratio of Avid is labeled per 100 gallons at 4oz. With this said you would want to use approx. .04 fl oz per gallon of water. We do provide the product label on our website but it should also be attached to the actual product itself as a pull off.