Ortho MAX Flower, Fruit and Vegetable Insect Killer Ready-To-Use

Ortho MAX Flower, Fruit and Vegetable Insect Killer Ready-To-Use

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Product Overview

Ortho MAX Flower, Fruit and Vegetable Insect Killer is designed to protect fruits, flowers, citrus and vegetables by killing caterpillars, Japanese beetles, aphids, white flies, thrips and other listed garden pests - over 100 common garden pests in all. It will not harm the plants and/or blooms. This outstanding product was specially formulated for flowers and edibles without risking their vitality and health and can protect the plants for up to 3 weeks. This comes in a RTU 32 oz. bottle.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Acetamiprid 0.01%
Target pests Aphids (including Green Peach, Wooly, Melon, and Cotton), Army Worms (including Fall Army Worm, and Souther Army Worm) and others
See label for complete list
For use in Roses, Flowers, Shrubs, and Listed Fruits and Vegetables (For residential use)
* See label for complete list
Application * See label for complete application instructions
Pet safe Yes, if followed as directed on the label
NOT FOR SALE TO CT, MD
Shipping Weight 2.34 lbs
Manufacturer Scotts (Mfg. Number: 0331320)
UPC 071549033132
EPA Registration 8033-21-239

Details

HOW To USE

  1. Direct spray toward the upper and lower leaf surfaces and stems where pests appear.
  2. Spray only until plant surface is wet. Do not over-apply or plant damage may occur.

Garden Insects Controlled:

Aphids (including Green Peach, Wooly, Melon, and Cotton), Army Worms (including Fall Army Worm, and Souther Army Worm), Banded Grape Bug, Beetles (including Bean Leaf Beetle, Colorado Potato Beetle, Flea Beetle, Japanese Beetle, Mexican Beetle and Oriental Beetle), Cucumber Beetle (including Spotted, Striped and Western Striped), Bollworm, Borers (including Dogqood Borer, European Corn Borer, Peach Twig Borer and Squash Vine Borer), Budworm (including Tobacco Bud Worm), Carterpillars (including Red Humped Cartepillar, Tomato Fruit Worm and Cabbage Looper), Rose Chafer, Plum Curculio, European Chafer, European Pine Sawfly. Filbertworm, Flea Hopper, Fruit Fly (including Cherry, Black Cherry and Western Cherry), Western Grapeleaf Skeletonizer, Hickory Shuckworm, Hornworms, Katydid, Phullozera (aerial form only), Leafhoppers (including Glassy Wing Sharpshooter and Potato Leafhopper), Leaf Miners (including Chrysanthemum, Citrus and Tentriform), Lesser Apple Worm, Apple Maggot, Mealybugs (including Citrus, Grape, Obscure, Longtail, Pink Hybiscus, and Maderia), Melonworm, Moths (including Codling, Diamondback Moth, Gypsy Moths and Oriental Fruit Moth), Navel Orangeworm, Pecan Nut Casebearer, Pickleworm, Plantbugs (including Tarnished and Mullein Plant Bug), Psyllids, European Apple Sawfly, Scale (including Asian Cycad Scale, Carribean Black Scale, California Red Scale, Citricola Scale, Cottony Maple Scale, Euonymus Scale, Fletcher Scale, Florida Wax Scale, Green Shield Scale, Indian Wax Scale, Oyster Shell Scale, Pine Needle Scale, Red Scale, San Jose Scale and Tea Scale), Squash Bug, Stinkbug, Swede Midge, Thrips (including Citrus, Cotton, Palm, and Western Flower), Weevils (including Pecan Weevil, Pepper Weevil and Strawberry Weevil), Whiteflies (including Greenhouse, Sweet Potato, Silverleaf, Banded and Giant).

Fruits, Flowers And Ornamentals:

Amaranth, Arrugula, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cardoon, Cauliflower, Celery, Celtuce, Chervil, Chrysanthemum (edible leaved, garland), Collards, Corn Salad, Cress 9garden, upland), Dandelion, Dock, Eggplant, Endive, Florence Fennel,Groundcherry, Kale, Kohlrabi, Lettuce (head, leaf), Mizuna, Mustard Greens, Mustard Spinach, orach, Parsley, Pepino, Pepper (bell pepper, chili pepper, cooking pepper, pimento, sweet pepper), Purslane (garden, winter), Radicchio, Rape Greens, Rhubarb, Spinach (leaf, vine, New Zealand), Swiss Chard, Tomatillo, Tomato, Calamondin, Citrus hybrids (chironja, tangelo, tangor), Grapefruit, Kumquat, Lemon, Lime, Mandarin (tangerine), Orange (sour, sweet), Pummelo, Satsuma mandarin, Apple, Crabapple, Loquat, Mayhaw, Pear, Quince.

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Is it safe to eat the fruit after Ortho MAX Flower, Fruit, and Vegetable Insect Killer is applied to tomato plants?

We need to kill the tomato hornworms that are feeding on our tomato plants, but we also want to eat the fruit that is on the plant.

A

Yes, the tomatoes can be eaten after Ortho MAX Flower, Fruit, and Vegetable Insect Killer has been applied.  You will need to wait 7 days after application to harvest or eat the tomatoes. 

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