Thuricide BT Caterpillar Control concentrate is used by organic gardeners and is made from bacteria that is toxic to listed pests. Safe to use on all plants, vegetables and edible crops. Very low toxicity to humans and pets.
* Used by Organic gardeners
* Controls caterpillars and worms
* Use on ornamentals, fruits, vegetables, trees and flowering plants
* Low toxicity to humans and animals
* New Formulation OMRI approved
* Made from a bacteria that is toxic to certain pests
* Same active ingredient as Dipel
* CONTAINS: Bacillus Thuringiensis in liquid form
* USE ON: Vegetables, citrus, nuts, shrubs, trees, tobacco and flowering plants.
* CONTROLS: Controls lepidoptera larve: caterpillars and worms. i.e. cabbage looper, orange dog, tobacco hornworm, imported cabbageworm and rindworm.
* Bacillus thuringiensis Subsp. Kurstaki strain SA-12 solids, spores and lepidopteran active toxins (At least 6 million viable spores per mg*)...........98.35%
* OTHER INGREDIENTS____________...._..1.65%
*The percent active ingredient does not indicate product performance and potency measurements are not federally standardized.
INFO & GUIDES
* Download Label (http://southernag.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/ThuricideBT-Caterpillar-Control-1.pdf)
* Download Safety Data Sheet (SDS) (http://southernag.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Thuricide-BT.pdf)
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