Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Jesse from Colorado Springs
    01/28/2018
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    How long does it take Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide to start working?
    Sprayed less then 24 hours ago, maybe 12. Went to check and still seeing a few spider mites moving around. 72 hours before I sprayed Floramite I sprayed with Forbid. Not sure if I should wait or hit them again with Forbid?
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    Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide is a suspended concentrate of Bifenazate providing fast knockdown and long lasting residual control up to three weeks. Forbid 4F is a residual product that will continue to kill insects up to 45 days after application. If heavy insect populations persist you can retreat after 14 to 21 days if needed. Please remember to give the product time to work and do its job, and follow label instructions at all times for use rates and retreatment intervals. 

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  • Asked by Mark from Daly City Ca 94015
    06/16/2014
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    Does Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide kill dust mites?
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    Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide is not labeled to treat dust mites and is for treating mites that infest ornamentals in landscapes, nurseries, shadehouses, greenhouses, interiorscapes, and fields.  Please take a moment to read over our article on Dust Mite Control for the best advice.
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  • Asked by Darla from Newman Lake , Wa
    07/17/2014
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    Can Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide be used two weeks before harvesting?
    Does it need to be sprayed off?
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    Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide should be applied as directed on the product label. We will be able to provide additional information once we know more about what you are treating for and what the product will be applied on.
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  • Asked by Joanne from Fairview, Tn
    06/12/2018
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    Is Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide effective on southern red mites?
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    Yes, Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide is effective for the control of a variety of mite species, including the southern red mite. 

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  • Asked by Lue from Eugene, Oregon
    01/19/2020
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    Can I spray Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide on unrooted, fresh cuttings to clone?
    I have unrooted cuttings dipped into solution and put into sprouted cubes. Does Floramite damage plants if absorbed into an open wound like the cut source?
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    Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide is not systemic in action; therefore, complete coverage of both upper and lower leaf surfaces and of fruit is necessary for effective control.  It would not be applied to any cuttings.

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