ARBICO Organics

Entrust SC Naturalyte Insect Control - Quart

SKU: ARBC-1271150
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This organic liquid provides outstanding control for a lengthy list of crop pests and can be used on nearly any type of plant you can think of. Entrust SC Naturalyte Insect Control contains the naturally occurring soil bacterium, spinosad, in a much higher percentage (22.5%) than comparable spinosad insecticides. With this high percentage of active ingredient, you will have unchallenged control of targeted pests in a quick knockdown spray with residual benefits.

Easy-to-use liquid formulation makes measuring and mixing a breeze
Works on contact and by ingestion
Can be used on row crops, and in orchards, nurseries and greenhouses
Contains spinosad (a Group 5 insecticide) derived from the fermentation of Saccharopolyspora spinose
Will not be distributed to other parts of the plant after foliar application
Does not persist in the environment; any overspray or residues on foliage will breakdown within days to weeks
Recommended for Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Programs
Relatively low toxicity to nontarget organisms (including beneficials), but do not apply to blooming, pollen-shedding or nectar-producing parts of plants if bees may forage on the plants within 3 hours of treatment
Can be used on asparagus, berries, cereal grains, citrus, coffee, cottonseed, cranberries, dates, fruit (pome, stone, vining), grasses, herbs, hops, legumes, non-grass animal feeds, ornamentals, peanuts (not for use in CA), peppermint/spearmint, pineapple, pomegranate, quinoa, root & tuber vegetables, soybeans, spices, tree farms, tree nuts, vegetables, and more.
This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases: Alfalfa Weevil, Apple Maggot, Armyworms , Asparagus Beetle, Bagworms, Banana Rust Thrips, Blueberry Gall Midge,Beetles, Cabbage Root Maggot, Carob Moth, Caterpillars, Cereal Leaf Beetle, Cherry Fruit Fly, Citrus Orangedog, Citrus Peelminer, Climbing Cutworm, Codling Moth, Cotton Bollworm (pre-bloom), Cotton Leafperforator, Currant Fruit Fly, Diamondback Moths, Emerald Ash Borer, European Corn Borer, European Grapevine Moth, Filbert Worm, Fireworms, Flea Beetle, Fruit Borer Caterpillar, Fruitworms, Grape Berry Moth, Grape Leaf Skeletonizer, Green Cloverleaf Worm, Grasshoppers, Hawaiian Flower Thrips, Hickory Shuckworm, Hornworms, Imported Cabbageworm, Katydids, Leafminers, Leafrollers, Lepidopterous larvae, Lewis Mites, Light Brown Apple Moth, Loopers, Melon Worms, Navel Orange Worm, Orange Tortix, Oriental Fruit Moth, Pecan Nut Casebearer, Peach Twig Borer, Pickleworm, Pine Tip Moth, Pink Cornworm, Red Imported Fire Ants, Redhumped Caterpillar, Red-necked Peanut Worm, Rindworms, Saltmarsh Caterpillar, Sawfly, Shore Fly, Southwestern Corn Borer, Spider Mites, Spotted Wing Drososphila, Sugarcane Bud Moth, Thrips, Tobacco Budworm, Tufted Apple Budmoth, Velvetbean Caterpillar, Walnut Husk Fly, Webworms, Western Bean Cutworm and more.