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Ference Insecticide

Ference

Ference™ insecticide raises the bar on season-long control of annual bluegrass weevil (ABW) with the active ingredient, cyantraniliprole. Since Ference systemically controls all larval stages of ABW, it provides superintendents greater flexibility of asynchronous ABW populations, which have multiple life stages present at the same time. In addition to ABW, Ference manages a broad spectrum of insect pests including billbugs, European crane flies, white grubs, turf caterpillars and suppression of chinch bugs.

Product Benefits:

  • Systemic control of all larval stages (first through fifth instar) of ABW
  • Stops turf-feeding damage within minutes after ingestion
  • Kills larvae within hours to days depending on insect life stage and species
  • Provides a new resistance management tool and rotation partner to help control pyrethroid-resistant ABW

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Recommendations are based on observatons from field researchers and may differ based on geography. Always apply product based on your local conditions.

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