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Acephate 90% Prills

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Acephate 90% Prills is used for residual pesticide providing control of aphids, thrips, wasp, cockroaches and other common plant bugs. The five-pound container is made up of a water dispersible pellet form that when mixed with water can be applied to plant, shrubs, non-bearing fruit and nut trees and much more.

Target Pests

Cockroaches ants (excluding fire harvester carpenter and pharoh) crickets firebrats earwigs pillbugs sowbugs confused flour beetle Indian meal moth wasp aphids thrips bagworms tent caterpillars scale cutworm chinch bug sod webworm mole crickets

For Use In

Acephate 90% Prills is applied as an outdoor treatment to control ants including imported fire ants (treatment of turfgrass is restricted to fire ants and harvester ant mounds) and other listed pest within industrial institutional and commercial buildings including restaurants warehouses stores hospitals manufacturing plants and ships.

Application

Acephate 90% Prill is applied to cracks and crevises where pests are found or normally reside. These places include around windows, storage areas, baseboards, corners of room and closets, under and around dishwashers, sinks, refrigerators, stoves, and cabinets. For outdoors apply to a band of soil 6 to 10 feet adjacent to the structure and height of 2 to 3 feet on the foundation.

Coverage Area

One 5 lb container can treat 2-3 acres of land depending on application rate.

Mix Rate

1 - 1.5 oz per gallon of water

Active Ingredient

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Acephate 90% Prills

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Is it affected by rain?
A shopper on Aug 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No it is not. Acephate Prills can perform both dry or wet.
Will this product control the viburnleaf beetle?
Brendan C on Jul 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The most effective means of control for viburnum leaf beetle is pruning and destroying infested twigs after egg laying has ceased in the fall -- anytime from October to April. Research does suggest that soil application of a systemic insecticide such as imidacloprid is highly effective against viburnum leaf beetle. (Systemic insecticides are taken up by the plant and transported to the leaves where the beetles feed.) In fact, we have found this to be the most effective, longest-lived insecticide for control of the beetle.

http://www.hort.cornell.edu/vlb/manfaq.html

The Acephate 90% is labeled for the use on Viburnum and it will kill and control the adult leaf beetle
Is it harmful to humans?
A shopper on Sep 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is recommended as with all pesticides to wear personal protective wear. But when it is completely dry after application it is safe to humans.

Mixers, loaders, applicators and other handlers (including during mixing/loading, repair and cleaning of equipment, and disposal of pesticide) must wear:
• Long-sleeved shirt and long pants
• Chemical resistant gloves made of any waterproof material such as polyethylene or polyvinyl chloride
• Shoes plus socks

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