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Meridian 25 WG
Get Preventive and Curative Control of Key Turf Insects

Meridian® 25WG insecticide controls grubs, chinch bugs and more with wide window for watering-in.

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Meridian 25WG Insecticide

Meridian 25WG insecticide provides foliar and systemic control of grubs and insects in turf. It has a wide application window and does not have to be watered in until up to 7 days after application. It is also effective on a wide range of ornamentals around golf courses, residential lawns and interiorscapes. The active ingredient, thiamethoxam, works both through insect ingestion and contact activity.

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HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 4A Insecticide



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          Features & Benefits

          • Now labeled for chinch bug control
          • Broad-spectrum insect control, including larvae of Asiatic garden beetle, billbug, black turfgrass ataenius, Japanese beetles, May and June beetles and chafers.
          • Quick, effective curative control
          • Wide application window allowing flexibility in application timing
          • Reduced need for watering-in after application
          • Metabolizes slowly in turfgrass, allowing for extended-control with good knockdown activity


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