OHP Triact 70

OHP Triact 70

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Product Overview

OHP Triact is a hydrophobic clarified extract of neem oil. It can be applied to a wide variety of plants. It provides insect, mite, and fungus control. It can used indoors and outdoors use on trees, shrubs, ornamentals, and in greenhouses, nurseries, and commercial landscapes. It's also compatible with most other commonly used insecticides, fungicides, and fertilizers. It controls diseases such as black spot on roses, downy and powdery mildews, rusts, anthracnose, leaf spot, botrytis,scab, needle rust, flowers and others. Triact 70 is OMRI approved.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Clarified hydrophobic neem oil 70%
Target pests Fungicide: Black Spot, Powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew, Leaf Spot, Needle Rust, Rust, Scab, Tip Blight
Insecticide & Miticide: Aphids, Leaf-hoppers, Mealybugs, Mites, Scales, White Flies
* See label for complete list
For use in Indoor and Outdoor: Ornamental Flowering Plants, Trees & Shrubs; Vegetables & Fruits in Nurseries & Greenhouses; and Commercial Landscaping & Interiorscapes
Application * See label for complete application instructions
Pet safe Yes, when used as directed on label
Formulation Professional Product
Group NC Fungicide
Group M Insecticide
Pressure (PSI) Hand spray equipment should be set at 25-40 psi
Special Features OMRI Listed Fungicide, Insecticide & Miticide
Shipping Weight 20.02 lbs
Manufacturer OHP Inc. (Mfg. Number: 988500.0)
UPC 896531002299
EPA Registration 70051-2-59807

Details

Water temperature should be above 45 degrees Fahrenheit. Triact 70 is compatible with most commonly used fungicides, insecticides, and fertilizers. Avoid tank mixes of oxythioquinox, captan, sulfur, chlorothalonil or other chemically similar products. Refer to the label or Product Information Bulletin for crop sensitivities.

Application Rates:

  • Rate per 100 gallons 1/2 gallon, 1 gallon to 2 gallons
  • Rate per 1 gallon 3 3⁄4 tsp. to 7 1/2 tsp. to 15 tsp. Spray (5 TBS)
  • Product is applied by spray

Use Site:

Triact 70 may be used both indoors and outdoors on ornamental flowering plants, trees, shrubs, and foliage grown in nurseries, greenhouses, interiorscapes, and commercial landscapes.

Benefits of Triact 70:

  • Economical, highly-effective versatile fungicide, miticide, and insecticide
  • Curative properties as a fungicide
  • Rotational tool in IPM program
  • No known resistance as insecticide/miticide
  • Approved for use by the Organic Materials
  • Review Institute (OMRI)

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How much Triact 70 do I use per one gallon?

Is there a half strength or full strength dilution?

A

Per the product information on Triact 70: Triact 70 should be sprayed at 7-to-14 day intervals at a rate of 0.5% to 1.0%. EXAMPLE: To achieve a 0.5% solution, mix 1/2 gal. (64 oz.) Triact 70 in 100 gal. water. For a 1.0% solution, mix 1 gal. (128 oz.) Triact 70 in 100 gal. water. Use the 0.5% to 1.0% rate in the greenhouse on potted plants and flowering bench crops. For outdoor woody plants, the rate range is from 1.0% to 2.0% at 14-day intervals. Apply sufficient volumes of spray mix to provide thorough coverage of foliage.

This breaksdown to 0.64 to 1.28 oz per gallon of water or use in sufficient volumes of spray mix to provide thorough coverage of foliage

Rates varies depending on what you are treating for. Please refer to the product label for complete information.

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Can OHP Triact be used to control Japanese Beetles on fruit trees?
A

OHP Triact 70 is not labeled for Japanese beetles.  You may be able to use either Monterey Fruit Tree and Shrub Systemic Insect Drench or Bonide Fruit Tree Spray Concentrate depending on what type of fruit trees you will be treating. Please read the product labels to see your fruit is listed.  

 

 

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Can OHP Tiact 70 be used in chicken coops or to control feather mites?
A

No, OHP Triact 70 is not labeled for use on or around poultry nor does it treat for feather mites.  You could use Martins Permethrin 10% for that type of application. 

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Can Triact 70 be used with an ultra-low applicator like the Dramm cold fogger?
A

OHP Triact 70 cannot be used in any type of fogger.  It must be used in a hand-pump or backpack sprayer.

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Can you use OHP Triact 70 in a Solo mister?

If not, what is the reasoning ?

A

OHP Triact 70 would not be recommended to be used in a mist blower as the application would be too thin on surfaces.  It is best applied with a sprayer.  Being an oil it could also clog the nozzles on a mister.

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