ARBICO Organics

Debug Tres - conc - case of gals/4ct

SKU: ARBC-1450552
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This version of Debug contains more Azadirachtin (3%) and less neem oil (4.7%) than the other Debug products. This change offers improved resistance to UV degradation meaning each spray remains effective for longer. Debug Trés is an emulsifiable concentrate that works as a four-in-one insecticide/fungicide/nematicide/miticide; it is a powerful repellent and anti-feedant and it serves as an Insect Growth Regulator (IGR). As an IGR, it interferes with pest development, leading to dead or unviable, malformed larvae and nymphs. These modes of action pose no risk of resistance development making it ideal for resistance management programs.

Key Features:

Best used as a preventative & works better at lower temperatures than products that contain higher levels of Neem Oil.
OMRI listed and NOP (National Organic Program) approved
EPA registered for use on hemp
No phytotoxicity at recommended field rates
Is compatible with most commonly used pesticides (see Use Instructions to review exceptions)

Suggested Uses: For use as an insecticide, nematicide, miticide and fungicide on organic and conventional crops.
This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases: Alfalfa Worms, Aphids, Armyworms, Beanleaf Beetles, Beetles, Boll Weevils, Borers, Budworms, Cabbage Loopers, Casebearers, Caterpillars, Codling Moths, Colorado Potato Beetles, Corn Borer Beetles, Cucumber Beetles, Cutworms, Diamondback moth, Ear Worms, Fagot Worms, Fall Armyworms, Flea Beetles, Fruit flies, Fungus Gnats, Gnats, Grape Berry Moths, Grasshoppers, Grubs, Spongy Moth, Japanese Beetles, Leafhoppers, Leaf Perforators, Leafminers, Leafrollers, Loopers, Lygus Bugs, Maggots, Mealybugs, Mexican Beetles, Mildew, Mites, Moths, Nematodes, Onion Maggot, Orange Totrix, Potato Flea Beetles, Pacific Spider Mites, Pepper Weevils, Phylloxera, Phythium, Pickle Worms, Psyila, Psyllids, Rhizoctonia Solani, Root Worms, San Jose Scale, Scale, Sclerotinia Scelrotiorum, Sharpshooters, Sucker Ants, Thrips, Two Spotted Spider Mites, Weevils, Whiteflies, Worms, Wireworms and Webworms.