Azadirachtin

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Azadirachtin  is an emulsifiable concentrate formulation containing 0.3% of the active ingredient azadirachtin –the most potent of the insect-active compounds from the neem tree. While it is derived from neem seed,It is not a neem oil. It has multiple modes of action, making it an ideal material for an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program. Azadirachtin works primarily as an Insect Growth Regulator (IGR) that disrupts the molting process in insects. Insects treated with Azadirachtin become sluggish, stop feeding, and fail to mature and reproduce. Azadirachtin also acts as an insect repellent, antifeedant, and ovipositional deterrent; these multiple modes of action make it a highly effective tool for use in a resistance management program. Azadirachtin should be applied early in the pest cycle to prevent the rapid build-up of pest populations.Apply Azadirachtin when pests are first observed or when conditions are favorable for pest build-up.Like all CoBio products, Azadirachtin is safe for plants, workers, and the environment.
 
Azadirachtin Features:
• Leaves no residue on plant foliage
• 4-hour REI and a zero-day pre-harvest interval
• Compatible for tank mixing/rotation with many commonly used insecticides, fungicides and fertilizers
• No phytotoxicity issues on most plants
• Generally safe on beneficial insects
 
Azadirachtin Provides Broad-Spectrum Control of Pests Such As:
• Chinch Bugs • Beetles
• Weevils • Armyworms
• Crane flies • Cutworms
• Mole Crickets • Sod Webworms
 
Crop Use:
• For use on a broad range of turfgrass, outdoor shrubs, trees and ornamentals
• For a broad range of ornamental greenhouse, shadehouse, vegetables, interiorscape and nursery use
• For use on a broad range of outdoor food crops
 
Application Recommendations
Crops Control Objects Application
Tea Tea aphid, tea geometrid, Euproctis pseudoconspers, tea thrips, tea empoasca flavescens 500-800 times, spray
Broomcorn Aphid,  european corn borer 600-800 times, spray
Tobacco Myzus persicae, oriental tobacco budworm 600-800 times, spray
Citrus Aphid, leaf miner, red spider, yellow spider 500-800 times, spray
Strawberry Aleyrodid, red spider, yellow spider, thrips 800-1000 times, spray
Cruciferous vegetables Aphid, prodenia litura, beet armyworm, plutella xylostella, cabbage caterpillar 800-1000 times, spray
Grasslands, rural areas Acridid 300-500 times, spray
 
Foliar Treatments
When used as a stand-alone material and for optimal results, make 2 to 3 applications of Azadirachtin, 7 to 10 days apart. The best results willbe achieved with full coverage of all leaf surfaces. Applications can be made using standard application equipment.  
Soil Treatments
Azadirachtin can be applied as a drench to soil to control insects and nematodes. Soil drenches can be used to control soil-borne pests, including larvae of foliar insect pests. When applying as a drench, avoid excessive leaching.  
 Rates
Apply Azadirachtin at a rate of 20 to 30 ml/Mu for labeled pests.
 
Size: 100ml*60/Carton