Dipel DF Biological Insecticide

$20.95

DiPel DF Biological Insecticide Dry Flowable is a proven insecticide derived from a soil bacterium that selectively targets destructive caterpillars and worms on more than 200 crops.

Active Ingredient: Bacillus thuringiensis 54%

Net Contents: 5 Pounds

EPA# 73049-39

OMRI Listed

Available on backorder

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Description

DiPel DF Biological Insecticide Dry Flowable is a proven insecticide derived from a soil bacterium that selectively targets destructive caterpillars and worms on more than 200 crops. DiPel is an excellent choice for worm control because it delivers effective and economical control of worm pests. And, it has no harvest residue or MRL concerns because it is exempt from tolerances. DiPel is a great rotational or tank mix partner to reduce the potential of worms developing resistance to insecticides with other modes of action.

  • Proven, Broad Lepidoptera Larvae Control
  • Excellent in Resistance Management Programs
  • Highly Selective – Won’t Harm Beneficial Insects
  • Apply Up to Harvest – Short 0-Day PHI and 4-Hour REI

Active Ingredient: Bacillus thuringiensis 54%

Net Contents: 5 Pounds

EPA# 73049-39

OMRI Listed

Additional information

Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions 15 × 13 × 3 in
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Armyworm
Bagworm
Cotton Bollworm
European Corn Borer
Peach Twig Borer
Southern Corn Borer
Sugarcane Borer
Twig Borer
Black-Headed Budworm
Jackpine Budworm
Spruce Budworm
Tobacco Budworm
Pine Butterfly
Cross-Striped Cabbageworm
Imported Cabbageworm
Cankerworm
Fall Cankerworm
Spring Cankerworm
Alfalfa Caterpillar
Azalea Caterpillar
Redhumped Caterpillar
Saddleback Caterpillar
Saddled Prominent Caterpillar
Saltmarsh Caterpillar
Tent Caterpillar
Velvet Bean Caterpillar
Walnut Caterpillar
Green Cloverworm
Rindworm Complex
Corn Earworm
Cutworm
Citrus Cutworm
Variegated Cutworm
Cherry Fruitworm
Cranberry Fruitworm
Tomato Fruitworm
Batrachedra Gummosis
Headworm
Helicoverpa
Heliothis
Hornworm
Tobacco Hornworm
Filbert Leafroller
Fruit Tree Leafroller
Grape Leafroller
Oblique-Banded Leafroller
Omnivorous Leafroller
Red-Banded Leafroller
Variegated Leafroller
White-Lined Leafroller
Looper
Hemlock Looper
Omnivorous Looper
Soybean Looper
Greenstriped Mapleworm
Melonworm
China Mark Moth Larva
Achema Sphinx Moth
Almond Moth
Artichoke Plume Moth
Banana Moth
Codling Moth
Diamondback Moth
Douglas Fir Tussock Moth
Ello Moth
European Grapevine Moth
Grape Berry Moth
Gypsy Moth
Head Moth
Indian Meal Moth
Io Moth
Light Brown Apple Moth
Oleander Moth
Oriental Fruit Moth
Tobacco Moth
Tufted Apple Bud Moth
Tussock Western Moth
Navel Orangeworm Larva
California Oakworm
Orangedog
Podworm
Grapeleaf Skeletonizer
Banana Skipper
Essex Skipper
European Skipper
Spanworm
Elm Spanworm
Spodoptera
Thecla-Thecla Basilides
Orange Tortrix
Webworm
Fall Webworm
Mimosa Webworm
Sod Webworm

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Alfalfa
Asparagus
Avocado
Banana
Berries
Brassica vegetables
Bulb vegetables
Cereal grain
Citrus
Cotton
Cucurbits
Forage crops
Fruiting vegetables
Hay
Herbs
Hop
Kiwifruit
Leafy vegetables
Legumes
Malanga
Nut trees
Peanut
Pineapple
Pome fruit
Pomegranate
Rape
Root vegetables
Safflower
Small fruit
Spices
Stone fruit
Sunflower
Tobacco
Tropical fruit
Tuber vegetables
Watercress