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|11.6% Spinosad (Including Spinosyn A and D)
|Kills: lepidopteous larvae, cutworm, sod webworm, army worm, Eastern tent caterpillar, gypsy moth larvae, bagworm, fall webworm, sawflies, Chrysomelid leaf feeding beetles, dipterous gall midges, thrips and dipterous leafminers
|AK, CA, HI
Conserve SC Turf and Ornamental Specialty Insecticide contains spinosad, a natural substance that is made by soil bacteria. It's highly toxic to insects, affecting their nervous system as they eat or touch the substance. After contact or ingestion, the insects' muscles flex uncontrollably. This reaction leads to total paralysis and then death within one or two days. Though spinosad kills various insects, it is low in toxicity to humans and most other mammals.
Use Conserve SC Insecticide in residential lawns, greenhouses and on athletic fields to control and prevent insect infestations. Lawn care operators can use Conserve SC Insecticide on commercial landscaping, and arborists find it useful for preventing insect damage on trees and shrubs.
Conserve SC Turf and Ornamental Specialty Insecticide controls everything from armyworms to yellow-necked caterpillars in lawns, plant nurseries and other settings. Some of the pests that Conserve targets include:
Conserve SC turf and ornamental insecticide targets and prevents insects from damaging plants and trees. It offers a quick method for killing insects and controlling infestations in greenhouses and residential settings. Conserve SC has a low odor, doesn't cause phytotoxicity and treats an area completely even at low-use rates.
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.
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