Azahar Insecticide is a botanical product for control of insects on indoor and outdoor plants including ornamental trees, shrubs, flowers, turfgrass, fruit trees and nut trees.
When used as a component of an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program, Azahar Insecticide provides an effective resistance management tool.
MODE OF ACTION:
Azahar Insecticide controls target pests on contact or by ingestion. The product acts on pests by way of repellence, anti-feedance, and interference with the molting process.
Azadirachtin, an insect growth regulator (IGR), mimics the pests’ hormones and disrupts distinct stages of growth and development of insects and mites. The primary mode of action of azadirachtin is an interference with synthesis and metabolism of ecdysone and the juvenile hormone. Ecdysone is the molting hormone of insects, and azadirachtin can regulate growth leading to death before or during molting.
Inject Azahar Insecticide into mature trees established in landscapes, residential settings, nurseries, and forestry sites.
Use appropriate tree injection equipment and follow the instructions provided by the equipment manufacturer.
Application Schedule For Tree Injections
Consult with your state agricultural experiment station, extension specialist, or your local U.S. Forest Service authority for information on the application schedule for specific pests in your area.
Dosage Rate For Tree Injections
Use appropriate injection equipment. Inject at the rate of 0.37 - 0.74 fl. oz (11 - 22 ml) of product per inch tree trunk diameter at breast height. Or, inject at the rate of 0.127 - 0.25 grams azadirachtin per inch tree trunk diameter at breast height.