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TetraSan®

miticide

With excellent translaminar movement, TetraSan® 5 WDG affects spider mites at all life stages without harming most beneficial insects. TetraSan controls spider mites on the underside of leaves, even when it’s difficult to get good under-leaf spray coverage and its unique mode of action offers residual control up to five weeks.

QUICK AND LASTING SPIDER MITE CONTROL

  • Contact and translaminar activity: controls without under-leaf spray coverage
  • Flexible application timing
  • Extended residual activity

 

APPLICATION RECOMMENDATIONS

Mix with sufficient water and apply as a foliar spray to obtain uniform coverage.

TetraSan 5 WDG kills mite eggs (ovicidal) and nymphs, but not adult mites. For best control, apply at first sign of infestation and before large numbers of adult mites are present. Make a second application if necessary, but no sooner than 14 days after the first application.

Use higher rates for moderate to heavy infestations, especially with dense plant canopies. If rapid control (<7 days) of adult mites is required, apply TetraSan 5 WDG in combination with a contact adulticide.

RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT
TetraSan 5 WDG should be used in alternation with other miticide materials possessing dissimilar modes of action and/or with other chemical classes of miticides. Due to its unique chemistry and mode of action, TetraSan 5 WDG can be used in rotation with all other registered miticides in integrated pest management (IPM) and resistance management (RM) programs. Follow local, state and federal IPM and RM recommendations.

See label for complete application rates and recommendations.

 

EPA REG. NO.: 59639-108
ACTIVE INGR.: etoxazole (5%)
FORMULATION: water-dispersible granule
CHEM. FAMILY: unclassified
GROUP NUMBER: 10B
SIGNAL WORD: caution
RESTRICTED: no
PACKAGE SIZE: 8 x 8 x 2 oz water soluble bag

 

KEY USES
Greenhouse
Landscape
Nursery

KEY PESTS CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
Spider mites:
Citrus red mite
European red mite
Lewis spider mite
Pacific spider mite
Southern red mite
Spruce spider mite
Two spotted spider mite