Label Expands For AzaGuard Insecticide
The new label for the BioSafe Systems product applies to mites, borers, beetles, weevils and nematodes.
February 2, 2011
The EPA has approved a newly expanded label for BioSafe Systems' AzaGuard botanical insecticide/nematicide, including expanded use rates and new pests.
AzaGuard's use rates have been expanded to allow for a greater treatment range and better efficacy against strong infestations. In some cases, these expanded rates represent a doubling of the amount of AzaGuard used per 100 gallons of water.
Also new to the label are pests such as mites, caterpillars, borers, beetles, weevils and nematodes on greenhouse and nursery crops.
AzaGuard is a 3 percent azadirachtin insect growth regulator that is OMRI Listed for organic use. It can be tank mixed with other BioSafe Systems chemicals as part of a complete pesticide program.
AzaGuard is available in 32-ounce Tip N' Pour containers providing precise measurement. They're also available in a 1-gallon size for larger applications.
For more information about AzaGuard, contact BioSafe Systems at 888-273-3088. Visit BioSafe Systems online at www.biosafesystems.com.