Zylam 20 SG -Compare To Safari
Zylam 20 SG is a soluble granule formulation of 20% dinotefuran. Dinotefuran is a neonicotinoid insecticide with suburb control of Turfgrass pests such as mole crickets, European crane flies, billbugs and annual bluegrass weevils that damage turfgrass. Dinotefuran works both by ingestion and contact, resulting in the termination of feeding and death shortly afterwards. This systemic is fast acting that moves from the soil to the plant. Zylam translocates quickly within the vascular tissue of the turfgrass; provides control in as little as two days for some insects. Zylam 20 SG can be sprayed on the upper surfaces of a blade of turfgrass , and it moves to the underside. One the key features of Zylam 20 SG are the rapid plant uptake and translocation properties.
Although both Safari SG and Zylam 20 SG have the same active ingredient, 20% dinotefuran. Zylam 20 SG does not have a label for treating hemlock wooly adelgid (HWA), applied directly to the trunk of trees. Zylam is labeled for foliar and systemic insect control in turfgrass only.
Easy To Use
This soluble granule formulation is easy to use; dissolving completely in water. The granules are dust free. The convenient 2.7 packaging will cover 1 acre. Zylam should be watered in after application.
Zylam 20SG can be used curatively whenever insect population has reached a threshold level deemed necessary to control target insects. Use it preventively for control of target insects before damage occurs. Please contact your state or county extension agent or certified advisor for specific timing.
- For foliar and systemic insect control in turfgrass
- For use on turfgrass in residential, commercial, golf courses
- Rapid uptake and translocation
- Low odor
- Extended systemic control
- Soluble granule.
- Convenient 1 acre packaging. Use 1 ounce per 1000 sq feet or 2.7 pounds per Acre.
- Zylam Chart, Mole Crickets, Annual Bluegrass Weevil, Cutworm Larva, Pyrethroid resistant Chinch Bugs, Cut worms, and Crane Fly Larvae - Control Charts
- Technical Bulletin