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(active ingredient: 1.9% Abamectin)
SIGNAL WORD: WARNING
Abacide 2™, is a concentrated abamectin for use on forest, Christmas trees, seed cone nurseries and ornamental trees. Because Abacide 2™ insecticide is both xylem and phloem mobile, it provides superior management options for difficult to control insects with a single application.
Abacide 2™ can be applied in spring or summer as a preventative treatment prior to the emergence of insects or as a curative treatment after they are observed. A single application typically provides season long control.
Abacide 2™ may be applied during late summer or fall to manage conifer bark beetles the following spring with options of single- or 2-year management with higher dosages.
OTHER RELEVANT INFO:
Standard injection spacing is every 6 inches of circumference. Narrow-leaved evergreen trees such as pine, spruce, larch or hemlock the injection spacing is recommended every 4 inches of circumference to facilitate better distribution.
- Long residual
- Fast uptake
- Broad spectrum insect control
- Minimal exposure risk application method
Always read and follow all label directions and precautions prior to use.
2 mL, 3 mL, 4 mL capsules
24 capsules per carton/quarter flat.
A case contains 12 cartons/quarter flats.
1 liter bottle (round or flat bottom). Ready-to-Use for application with reloadable tree injection equipment (such as the ChemJet® or Smart Shot™).
A case contains 4 bottles.
Aphids, Black Turpintine Beetle, California Oakworm, California Tent Caterpillar, Cedar Bark Beetles, Cypress Bark Beetle, Douglas Fir Cone Moth, Eastern Tent Caterpillar, Engraver Beetles, Fall Web Worm, Gypsy Moth, Juniper Bark Beetles, Leaf Miners, Lepidoptera Insects, Mountain Pine Beetles, Nantucket Pine Tip Moths, Pine Bark Beetles, Pine Engraver Beetles, Pine Wilt Nematode, Red Turpentine Beetles, Redwood Bark Beetles, Rugose Spiraling Whitefly, Southern Pine Beetle, Spider Mites, Sycamore Lace Bug, Thrips, Western Pine Beetles, Whiteflies, Winter Moth (Operophtera brumata)