Ferstrike

FERSTRIKE KILLS: Caterpillars, Aphids, Leafminers, Moths & Flies

RECOMMENDED USES: FerStrike acts by means of contact (absorption through insect’s cuticle) or stomach action due to ingestion. Once FerStrike is absorbed or ingested, feeding stops almost immediately although insects may remain alive for up to 48 hours.

FerStrike is specific in the control of moths or butterfly larvae (Lepidoptera) with no adverse effects on most advantageous predatory insects or predatory mite species.

RESISTANCEMANAGEMENT: FerStrike is a group code 22 insecticide. Any insect population may contain individuals naturally resistant to FerStrike and other group code 22 insecticides. The resistant individuals can eventually dominate the insect population if these insecticides are used repeatedly. FerStrike or any other group code 22 insecticides may not control these resistant insects.

MIXING: Half fill the spray tank with water and add the required amount of product to the water, while agitating add the remaining water. Maintain agitation during mixing and application. The prepared spray mixture must not be left in the spray tank for extended periods, e.g. overnight. See Leaflet for specific application rates.

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