Bonide Thuricide Bacillus Thuringiensis (BT) Concentrate -Pt

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Thuricide Bacillus Thuringiensis (BT) controls moth larvae (caterpillars), certain leaf eating worms and gypsy moths. As a liquid formulation of bacteria it won't harm beneficial insects.

Active Ingredient : Bacillus thuringiensis (BT) subspecies kurstaki strain SA-12 solids, spores and Lepidopteran active toxins (At least 6 million viable spores per mg) - 15.0%

Bonide Thuricide Bacillus Thuringiensis (BT) Concentrate-Caterpillars - 16 oz #803

Thuricide Bacillus Thuringiensis (BT) controls moth larvae (caterpillars), certain leaf eating worms and gypsy moths. As a liquid formulation of bacteria it won't harm beneficial insects.

Active Ingredient : Bacillus thuringiensis (BT) subspecies kurstaki strain SA-12 solids, spores and Lepidopteran active toxins (At least 6 million viable spores per mg) - 15.0%

One pint treats up to 10,875 sq. ft.

Mixture use is 1-4 tsp./ gal of water.

EPA Reg. No. 4-226

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Pro Tips We also carry Bacillus thuringiensis (BT) subspecies kurstaki strain in a higher concentration of 54%, Dipel PRO DF
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SDS MSDS
Target Pest leaf-eating insects including, loopers, hornworms, cabbage looper, imported cabbage worm, grape leaf folder, sod webworm, corn earworms, caterpillars, gypsy moths, oakworms, meal and flour moths, diamondback moths, fruitworms, elm spanworm, spring and fall cankerworms (inchworms), bagworms, leaf folders, and most species of leaf-feeding moth and butterfly larvae.
Active Ingredient (s) Bacillus thuringiensis (BT) 15.0%
For Use :

Shade Trees and Ornamentals, Vegetable, Fruits and Nut Crops

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Yield One pint treats up to 10,875 sq. ft.
Mixture|Application Average use is 2-4 tsp./ gal of water. Mixture rates vary, see label. Use hose end sprayers or pump sprayers
Application

Can be applied up to day of harvest. A sticker may be added.

Use at the rate of 4 teaspoons/gal. of water to control the following leaf-eating worms:
Bagworm Spring Cankerworm Fall Cankerworm, Gypsy Moth* Tent Caterpillar Elm Spanworm, and Fall Webworms

*Gypsy Moth - Apply when caterpillars are small (2nd or 3rd instars), and repeat in two weeks

Larvae like to feed on the underside of leaves. If possible application should be on the underside of the leaves.

Retreatment It will degrade in sunlight in as little as one week. Retreat as needed.
Shipping Restrictions N/A
More Instructions University of Florida publication-Bacillus Thuringiensis
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