Beethoven TR Miticide Insecticide

Beethoven TR Miticide Insecticide

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The Beethoven TR Miticide Insecticide is a great aerosol tool that effectively controls mites, whiteflies and two spotted spider mite. It provides easy and quick application to ornamental plants. It's a unique total release formula that also works well with Space Mix. This insecticide is perfect for rotation use; it can be partnered with other BASF total release insecticides without harming plants. It is an easy to use pest eliminator that also provides great coverage and flexible re-entry times.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Etoxazole 5%
Target pests Mites, including two spotted spider mites
Whiteflies (suppression)
For use in Commercial Greenhouses: Bedding Plants, Cut Flowers, Hanging Baskets, Foliage, Potted Plants and Ornamentals
Application One 2 oz. can per 3,000 sq. ft. (25,000 - 50,000 cubic ft.)
For greenhouses with numerous hanging baskets or tough-to-control insects, use 2 cans per 3,000 sq. ft. (25,000 - 50,000 cubic ft.)
For smaller greenhouses, use one can per 1,500 sq. ft. (12,000 - 25,000 cubic ft.)
* See label for complete application instructions
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on label
Formulation Professional Product
Group 10B Insecticide
Coverage Area Up to 3,000 sq. ft.
Shipping Weight 0.26 lbs
Manufacturer BASF (Mfg. Number: 59018115)
UPC 804338181154
EPA Registration 499-533


Mode of Action: IRAC code 10; mite growth inhibitor

Use Rates:

1 total release can cover 3,000 square feet; for smaller greenhouses, use 1 can per 1,500 square feet

REI: Can be determined by the end user. Workers must be kept out until ventilation is complete using one of the following methods:

  • 24 HR REI - no ventilation
  • 13 HR REI - 11 hours of no ventilation + 2 hours with bents or windows open 
  • 12 HR REI - 12 hours + 10 air exchanges
  • 12 HR REI - 11 hours of no ventilation + 1 hour of ventilation with fans
  • 4 HR REI - 4 hours of ventilation with vents or windows open
  • 2 HR REI - 2 hours of ventilation with fans


For best results, apply during early evening when foliage is dry and greenhouse temperature is between 60° - 80°F. Keep canister at room temperature (about 65°F). Shut off all exhaust fans and close all windows, doors and ventilators. Turn off all ignition sources such as pilot lights (shut off gas valves), other open flames or running electrical appliances that cycle off and on. Prepare a 3 ft. plant free zone in which to place canister(s). Elevate canister(s) above the top of plants; common practice is to place the canister(s) on a stool or overturned pot to elevate it. Place cans evenly throughout the area to be treated, positioned to allow uninhibited release. To treat hanging baskets, an empty basket can be used to hold the canister and elevate it to the hanging basket level. Low volume horizontal air flow may help optimize performance.


Apply product when pest (or plant damage typical of an indicated pest) is seen. The total release canister will dispense the entire contents of the can in about 2 min. Thorough coverage is achieved by the normal air movement within your greenhouse. The chemical will move around and throughout the plant foliage due to the small particle size produced, and the normal ebb and flow movement of the air. Both top and bottom of the plant foliage is covered with particles.

Use one 2 oz. can/3,000 sq. ft. (25,000 - 50,000 cubic ft.). For greenhouses with numerous hanging baskets or tough-to-control insects, it is permissible to use 2 cans per 3,000 sq. ft. (25,000 - 50,000 cubic ft.). For smaller greenhouses, use one can per 1,500 sq. ft. (12,000 - 25,000 cubic ft.).


Hold the canister away from you and depress the actuator until it is locked down. Place the canister in the plant free zone and leave the treatment area. If activating more than 1 canister in the treatment area, start at the far end of the area, opposite from the exit door, activating and placing cans as you move across the area until you have reached the exit door.

Once all cans have been activated, immediately leave the treatment area and close the door. Use low volume horizontal air flow or have fans off for a minimum of 4 hr. or all night if possible.


  • Bedding plants (such as): impatiens, marigolds, petunias, geraniums and garden mums
  • Cut flowers (such as): roses, chrysanthemums, carnations, snapdragons and orchids
  • Flowering hanging baskets (such as): fuchsia, lantana, New Guinea impatiens, ivy and geraniums
  • Foliage (such as): Boston fern, dracaena, ficus, schefflera and philodendron
  • Potted flowering plants (such as): poinsettia, chrysanthemums, florist’s azaleas, lilies, African violets, geraniums, hibiscus, kalanchoes and begonias
  • Ornamentals (such as): azalea, barberry, cotoneaster, euonymus, ilex, juniper, oak, pine, rhododendron, roses, spiraea, spruce, viburnum and yew

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Is Beethoven TR Miticide Insecticide legal In Canada?

We apologize but we do not ship to Canada and are not whether or not Beethoven TR Miticide Insecticide can be shipped there.  We would recommend checking with customs on whether you would be able to ship to Canada or not.

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