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Mainspring GNL
Shield crops from damaging pests

Mainspring® GNL insecticide is a powerful tool that protects ornamental crops from key chewing and sucking pests, such as thrips, whiteflies, aphids, caterpillars, leafminers, leaf-feeding beetles, soft scales and lacebugs.

Product Details

Mainspring GNL Insecticide

Mainspring GNL insecticide for plants, guards greenhouse and nursery crops from key chewing and sucking pests, including thrips, whiteflies, aphids, caterpillars, leafminers, leaf-feeding beetles, soft scales and lacebugs. It offers reliable, extended protection as part of a preventive pest management strategy.

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HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 28 Insecticide



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          Features & Benefits

          • A neonicotinoid alternative with the novel active ingredient cyantraniliprole, which belongs to a recently added chemistry class (IRAC Group 28) 
          • Controls multiple key pests as a spray or drench while strengthening integrated crop management (ICM) programs 
          • Four-hour REI (restricted-entry interval), no special personal protective equipment required for early entry and registered by the U.S. EPA under its Reduced Risk Program*
          • Provides extended protection through its systemic and translaminar movement to prevent pest populations from building to damaging levels
          • This insecticide for plants is labeled for use in greenhouses, nurseries and residential and commercial landscapes
          • Powerful resistance management tool that meets growers’ needs for effective, alternative chemistries
          • Broad-spectrum control that offers application flexibility and compatibility with many biological control agents
          • Short REI is less disruptive to work schedules while offering improved worker safety compared to other registered alternatives
          • Saves time and labor on repeated applications and reduces overall plant damage caused by insect feeding 
          • Convenient, versatile insecticide that can fit into any operation


          *A reduced risk pesticide use is defined as one which may reasonably be expected to accomplish one or more of the following; (1) reduces pesticide risks to human health; (2) reduces pesticide risks to non-target organisms; (3) reduces the potential for contamination of valued, environmental resources, or (4) broadens adoption of IPM or makes it more effective. Mainspring GNL qualifies under one or more of the above criteria.


          Multipaks Available

          Avid + Mainspring GNL Multipak Avid® + Mainspring GNL Multipak
          1 - 1 gal Avid 0.15 EC miticide/insecticide
          4 - 1 pt Mainspring GNL insecticide
          Mural + Mainspring GNL Multipak Mural® + Mainspring GNL Multipak
          3 - 1 lb Mural fungicide
          2 - 1 pt Mainspring GNL insecticide

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