This is the newest CAUTION Labeled tree injection insecticide from Mauget. It is also the first and only Dinotefuran insecticide available for tree injection. It controls many of the most destructive insects that feed on trees, as listed below. Mauget's tree injected insecticides work immediately and are also extremely effective. It is possible to yield results in as little as three days. Dinocide is translaminar making it mobile both in the xylem and the phloem.
2ml, 24 Capsules per Carton
(containing 10% imidacloprid)
Imicide is used by the USDA , state and city governments in prevention and eradication programs for Asian and Citrus Longhorned Beetles, with over 500, 000 trees successfully protected. Since 2000, the USDA lists Imicide as the only trunk injection product in their APHIS Emergency and Domestic Program for control of the Asian Longhorned Beetle. Research shows that Imicide is one of the most effective preventative and multi-season control treatments for the Emerald Ash Borer as well as other labeled insects.
Imicide is also available as Imicide Hp in high volume one liter bottles for most all liquid loadable injector equipment.
OTHER RELEVANT INFO:
It has been the only tree injection product used by the U.S.D.A. on over 500,000 trees in their Asian Longhorned Beetle emergency program.
- Exceptionally long residual control.
- Second season protection.
- Preventative treatment.
- Broad spectrum.
- Starts controlling infestation as soon as one to seven days following application.
- University and USDA tested.
- Completely enclosed, minimal risk application method.
- CAUTION label.
Adelgids, Aphids, Asian Cycad Scale, Asian Longhorned Beetle, Birch Leaf Miner, Black Vine Weevil Larvae, Bronze Birch Borer, Citrus Longhorned Beetle, Cottonwood Longhorned Borer, Douglas Fir Cone Moth Larvae, Douglas Fir Gall Midge, Elm Leaf Beetle, Elm Scale, Emerald Ash Borer, Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer, Flatheaded Borer, Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, Japanese Beetle, Lacebugs, Leaf Miners, Leafhoppers, Lerp Psyllids, Mealybug, Nipple Gall Psyllid, Obscure Scale, Pine Tip Moth Larvae, Pit Scale, Psyllids, Royal Palm Bug, Rugose Spiraling Whitefly, Scale Insects, Sycamore Lace Bug, Thrips, Whiteflies