The SePRO Hachi Hachi .15 EC is a contact insecticide that also provides a unique mode of action. This type of insecticide shows no cross resistance to other existing insecticide making it more convenient for growers and gives a great value for their money. The product gives the desired results in controlling pests like thrips and aphids. With it's ability to give a great and long lasting result, the Hachi Hachi has been part of the greenhouse ornamental market for a while now. Since it's a contact insecticide, a proper spray coverage is needed for faster control and response. The insecticide effectively controls and eliminates all life stages of pests present on ornamental crops and plants. Hachi Hachi has a 12 hour restricted entry interval (REI).
Foliar spray using sufficient volume to obtain uniform coverage. Hachi-Hachi is a contact insecticide therefore thorough coverage is important.
For best results, begin applications at the first sign of pest pressures when pests are immature or at the most susceptible stage and populations are building. For repeat applications, allow at least 10 days between applications.
Hachi-Hachi is formulated as an emulsifiable concentrate (EC) containing 1.25 lbs of tolfenpyrad per gallon. Hachi-Hachi can be mixed with other registered pesticides. The most restrictive use directions and precautions must be followed when tank-mixing. For specific directions on tank-mixing with different formulation types, refer to the Hachi-Hachi label.
Hachi-Hachi is recommended to be used in a programmed rotation with other insecticides with different modes of action. Hachi-Hachi should not be applied more than twice during a cropping cycle. Additionally, rates lower than those listed on the label should not be applied.
Plant Species Tested for Tolerance with Hachi-Hachi:
Hachi-Hachi has been tested on a wide variety of common finished greenhouse crops (listed below). For greenhouse crops not listed below and all young herbaceous crops, such as bedding plant plugs, the user should test the tolerance of Hachi-Hachi under their local conditions and observed treated crops for 4 to 7 days prior to broad scale use.
Do not apply Hachi-Hachi on these crops:
Impatiens, Salvia (all species), New Guinea Impatiens, Gypsophila spp., Poinsettias (with bracts in color)