Preclude TR Micro Total Release Insecticide

Preclude TR Micro Total Release Insecticide

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Product Overview

Preclude TR Micro Total Release Insecticide is a convenient and easy to use ULV IGR fogger to control aphids, whiteflies, thrips, scales, and other insects in greenhouses. Fenoxycarb, the active ingredient in Preclude TR Micro Total Release Insecticide, is a photo-stable insect growth regulator which will have a long-lasting effect on immature insects. This product can be used safely on many plants (see label for details), even those that are already in bloom. To achieve optimum control use Preclude TR Micro Total Release Insecticide in a rotation with an adulticide product.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Fenoxycarb 4.8%
Target pests Aphids, Caterpillars, Cutworms, Leafminers, Mealybugs, Mites, Scale, Thrips, Weevils, and Whiteflies
For use in Commercial Greenhouses on bedding plants, cut flowers, flowering hanging baskets, foliage, potted flowering plants and ornamentals
Pet safe Yes, when used as directed on the product label.
Yield Covers up to 3,000 sq ft
Shipping Weight 0.24 lbs
Manufacturer BASF
UPC 804338118235
EPA Registration 499-437

Details

Preclude TR Micro Total Release Insecticide reduces costs because you do not need pricey fogging equipment and there is no chemical mixing or clean up afterwards. This product is labeled for use in greenhouses on cut flowers, bedding plants, foliage, ornamentals, potted flowering plants, and hanging flowering baskets.

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Preclude TR Micro Total Release Insecticide should be closed up for at least 4 hours. After that, then you can ventilate and re enter the treated area.

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