Abamex

Insecticide

Abamex starts working quickly to affect pests within hours of exposure. Its translaminar activity means it protects the entire leaf, inside and out. And, selective chemistry makes it a useful rotation partner for resistance management programs.

CONVENIENT CONTROL

  • Control mites and leafminers, Colorado potato beetles and other insects
  • Controls potato and citrus pysllids that vector diseases such as HLB (citrus greening) and zebra chip
  • Flexible application timing in an easy-to-use, low-volatility liquid formulation
  • Rainfast within hours of application

 

USE SUMMARY


See label for complete directions for use.

**Abamex is a restricted use pesticide

 

EPA REG. NO.: 228-734
ACTIVE INGR.: abamectin (2.0%)
FORMULATION: micro emulsion concentrate (MEC)
CHEM. FAMILY: avermectin
GROUP NO.: 6
MODE OF ACT.: chloride channel modulator
REI: 12 hours
SIGNAL WORD: caution
RESTRICTED: yes
PACKAGE SIZE: 4 x 1 gal

 

KEY USES
(See product label for complete list)
Avocados
Beans, dry and succulent
Celeriac (apium graveollens)
Citrus fruit
Cotton
Cucurbit vegetables
Fruiting vegetables
Grapes and small fruits
Guava
Herbs
Hops (except California)
Leafy vegetables
Lychee
Mint
Onion, bulb and green
Papaya
Pineapple
Pome fruit
Stone fruit
Strawberries
Tree nuts
Tuberous and corm vegetables

KEY PESTS CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
Asian citrus psyllid
Avocado thrips
Broad mite
Carmine spider mite
Citrus bud mite
Citrus leafminer
Citrus rust mite
Citrus thrips
Colorado potato beetle
European grapevine moth
European red mite
Liriomyza leafminer
McDaniel spider mite
Pacific spider mite
Pear psylla
Pear rust mite
Persea mite
Potato pysllid
Spider mite
Strawberry spider mite
Tentiform leafminer
Thrips
Thrips palmi
Tomato pinworm
Tomato psyllid
Tomato russet mite
Two-spotted spider mite
Variegated leafhopper
Western grape leafhopper
Western grapeleaf skeletonizer
White apple leafhopper
Willamette spider mite
Yellow mite