Strong Arm Leaf-feeding Insects
Acelepryn® insecticide offers long-lasting control of key leaf-feeding pests in greenhouses and nurseries, including:
- Japanese beetles
- Leaf-feeding caterpillars, including eastern tent caterpillars, fall webworm and bagworms
- Sawfly larvae
- Hemlock wooly adelgids
- Clearwing moths
- Lace bugs
- Birch leafminers
Acelepryn works primarily through ingestion. Insects will stop feeding shortly after, which minimizes injury to the plant and reduces pest populations.A flexible product
Acelepryn can be applied to protect crops in a variety of ways. As a foliar spray, Acelepryn provides up to four weeks of control on lepidopteran pests. When applied as a drench or soil treatment, the product moves upward into the canopy providing longer residual control. In addition, Acelepryn can also be applied as a bark treatment to protect from pests like clearwing borers. This long-lasting, effective control can lead to time savings and labor efficiencies.Control of Japanese Beetle on Stewartia
Acelepryn can be applied to a wide range of crops, including ornamental plants, woody ornamental plants and trees, shrubs, evergreens and conifers.Features and benefits
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Acelepryn is powered by the novel active ingredient chlorantraniliprole
in IRAC group 28 and offers an alternative for newer chemistries. To reduce work disruptions, Acelepryn features a four-hour REI (restricted-entry interval) with no signal word and requires minimal personal protective equipment.
There are also no known adverse effects on beneficial and non-target organisms, like bees and biological control agents.
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