AceCap Insecticide Systemic Implants 3/8in Diam 75 per Pack
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Medicaps contain acephate and orthene, an environmentally acceptable supplement to an insect control program where conventional applications are undesireable or impractical. Economical package for the professional. 75 implants per pack, 3/8" dia. Contains acephate for insect control.
Systemic insecticide implants, contain acephate and orthene, 3/8in. diameter, 75 per pack. Insect pests controlled are Aphids, Bagworms, Bronze Birch Borer, Budworms, California Oakworm, Cankerworm, Casebearer, Citrus Blackfly, Eastern Tent Caterpillar, Elm Leaf Beetle Larvae, Fall Webworm, Gypsy Moth Larvae, Honeylocust Mite, Lace Bug, Leaf Folder, Leaf Miner, Mapleworm, Mimosa Webworm, Nantucket Pine Tip Moth Larvae, Pine Needleminer, Scale, Spruce Budworm, Spruce Coneworm, Thrips, Whitefly, Zimmerman Pine Moth.
Use on ornamental trees. Do not use for trees less than 3in. diameter. For trees less than 3" in diameter use AC14. 1in. spacing, use 3/8" in. diameter drill bit 1in. deep from the cambium surface. Do not use on fruit, nut, or syrup trees that will be consumed or sold. Do not use on flowering crabapple as foilage injury may occur.
RECENT USDA AND UNIVERSITY TESTS PROVE THAT ACECAP IMPLANTS PREVENT AND CONTROL EMERALD ASH BORER!
Product is covered by A.M. Leonard's 30-day unconditional satisfaction guarantee.
QUESTION: How long will ACECAP control insects? ANSWER: Research tests indicate that Acecaps will last 12-18 weeks in deciduous trees. Forest Service tests report that Acecape control lasts up to 320 days in pines, fir, and spruce. QUESTION: How often should I treat with the implants? ANSWER: There is no problem making annual applications as long as the implants are properly installed and the tree's cambium shows the ability to close over the implant site. QUESTION: Are the Acecaps safe to use? ANSWER: The unique "closed system" delivery provides reduction of risk to man, animals, and the environment
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