Beetle & Grub Control
grubGONE!® is the first Bacillus thuringiensis galleriae (Btg) bio-insecticide to control turf grubs at a level of efficacy equivalent to chemical standards but without the side effects or off-target damage to beneficial insects, such as pollinators. With grubGONE!, entire landscapes can be economically and effectively protected from destructive beetle pests such as Japanese, Asiatic, June and Oriental Beetles, and European, Cupreous, Southern and Northern Masked Chafers. grubGONE! is an effective control of the larger, later 2nd- and 3rd-instar beetles and can be used as both a curative treatment and a preventative treatment.
beetleGONE! is the wettable powder version of the grubGONE! granular. beetleGONE! is effective against a wide array of destructive adult beetles, such as Japanese, Asiatic, June and Oriental Beetles, and European, Cupreous, Southern and Northern Masked Chafers. beetleGONE! is that effective without harming pollinators or beneficial insects as harsh synthetic chemicals do. beetleGONE! is now labelled and can be effectively used as a liquid spray again grubs in the soil with the same efficacy as the grubGONE! granular.
Grandevo PTO® is an advanced, cross-spectrum insecticide that offers protection against chewing and sucking insects, as well as grubs in the first instar stage (if used by the end of August) as well as chinch bugs. Its complex actions on pests — oral toxicity, reduced reproduction and repellency — and up to 14 days of residual control gives turf care professionals a powerful new tool to strengthen their pest management strategies in IPM or organic programs. Grandevo provides performance and flexibility for control of many pest insects with no toxicity to pollinators or other beneficials.
Nemashield HB controls root feeding White Grubs and larvae such as Japanese Beetles, Northern Masked Chafer, Southern Masked Chafer, May/June Beetles as well as cutworms. The beneficial nematode, Heterorhabditis bacteriophora, will actively seek out the grubs and larvae to colonize them. Feeding subsides and the “host” will die with a few days.
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