BLACK VINE AND DIAPREPES WEEVIL AND FUNGUS GNAT CONTROL - CURATIVE TREATMENT - TOPICAL DRENCH
General Applications Instructions
Talstar Nursery Flowable insecticide/miticide formulation mixes readily with water and other aqueous carriers, and controls a wide spectrum of insects and mites on trees, shrubs, foliage plants, non-bearing fruit and nut trees, and flowers in greenhouses and outdoor nurseries. Non-bearing crops are perennial crops that will not produce a harvestable raw agricultural commodity during the season of application.
Talstar Nursery Flowable may be tank-mixed with other products, including insect growth regulators. When tank mixing Talstar Nursery Flowable with other products, observe all precautions and limitations on each separate product label. The addition of spreader stickers is not necessary. The physical compatibility of Talstar Nursery Flowable may vary with different sources of pesticide products, and local cultural practices. Any tank mixture which has not been previously tested should be prepared on a small scale (pint or quart jar), using the proper proportions of chemicals and water to ensure the physical compatibility of the mixture.
The following procedure is recommended for preparation of a new tank mix, unless specified otherwise in label directions: (1) Add wettable powders to tank water, (2) Agitate, (3) Add liquids and flowables, (4) Agitate, (5) Add emulsifiable concentrates, and (6) Agitate. If a mixture is found to be incompatible following this order of addition, try reversing the order of addition, or increase the volume of water. Note: If the tank-mixture is found to be compatible after increasing the amount of water, then the sprayer will need to be recalibrated for a higher volume application. Do not allow tank mix to stand overnight.
Black Vine Weevil, Diaprepes Weevil and Fungus Gnat Larval Control - Curative Treatment - Topical Drench: Use a proportional volume of finished spray for containers less than or greater than 6 inches in diameter. Ideally, the media should be treated to the point of saturation, which generally requires 1/5 the volume of the container.