Prokoz Sevin SL Carbaryl Insecticide

Prokoz Sevin SL Carbaryl Insecticide

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Product Overview

ProKoz Sevin SL Carbaryl Insecticide is a broad spectrum insecticide used on turf, ornamentals, trees and fruit and vegetable crops. It is intended for commercial or agricultural use and can be used on residential turf spots. This product provides control of over 130 ornamental and turf pests that includes caterpillars, worms, borers, moths, ticks, beetles, grasshoppers, ants, and grubs.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Carbaryl 43%
Target pests Includes worms, caterpillars, moths, borers, beetles, ticks, chiggers, grasshoppers, grubs, ants
For use in Turf, trees, ornamentals, fruit, vegetable crops
Application Trees and ornamentals- 1 quart to 100 gallon of water
Turf- 2 - 8 quarts per acre
Please refer to chart on product label for specific amount according to specific pests
To be mixed with water and used in a sprayer or sprinkler irrigation system
Pet safe Yes, when used according to product label
Shipping Weight 24.15 lbs
Manufacturer PROKoZ Inc. (Mfg. Number: 3636589)
UPC 895217001502
EPA Registration 432-1227-72112

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Is Prokoz Sevin SL Carbaryl Insecticide safe for birds, bees, dogs and humans?

When used according to the label, the Prokoz Sevin is safe for birds, pets and humans to be around once the product has dried completely on the surface. In regards to bees, the product label states:

Bee Caution: May kill honeybees and other bees in substantial numbers. This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment or residues on crops or weeds in bloom. For crops in bloom, do not apply this product to target crops. Notifying beekeepers within 1 mile of treatment area at least 48 hours before product is applied will allow them to take additonal steps to protect their bees. Limiting application to times wen bees are least active-ex. within 2 hours of sunrise or sunset-will minimize risk to bees. 

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I want to use this on peach trees but i need to know how much product to use per gallon?

I only have a 15 gallon sprayer

You would mix 1.5 - 2.25 oz of the Prokoz Sevin SL Carbaryl Insecticide per gallon of water. Typically a gallon will cover aproximately 1,000 square feet. 

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Would this product work for treating mature oak trees infested with oak galls?
Prokoz Sevin SL Carbaryl Insecticide will treat for Gall wasp in oak trees. You want to make sure to prune back as much of the infected area as possible. Also, make sure to pick up all clippings from the bottom of the tree, before you application. Please be sure to follow the product label.

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How much Prokoz Sevin SL Carbaryl Insecticide to use to treat fuller rose weevils on citrus trees . I have 4 gal pump

Per the product label for Prokoz Sevin SL Carbaryl Insecticide, for fuller rose beetles on citrus trees you will use 1 quart per acre or 3/4 fl. oz. per 1000 sq. ft.

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Looking for best product to treat tick infestation on farm

Using granular bug b gone for tick control in yard but need effective spray to use in trees and shrubs. Have forest surrounding house and need product concentrate to spray 100 acres.

Talstar P mixed with an Insect Growth regulator such as Nyguard IGR would be a good choice for tick control. Talstar P would work to kill ticks that come into contact with treated surfaces while the Nyguard would work to help stop juvenile ticks from reaching sexual maturity. You should remember that ticks may be hidden in tall or dense brush so higher treatment volumes may be needed to treat the entire plant, not just the top side of the plant where it is easiest to spray. You should try to get the application on the underside of leaves and all the way to the bottom of the plant. We recommend treating the entire infested area (no spot treating). When you are dealing with an area that has a high tick population you may be required to treat once a month from spring through to the first frost, no matter what product you use.

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