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Agree WG by Certis Biologicals
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Agree WG

Agree WG uses the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies aizawai strain GC-91 to control the larvae of many lepidopterous species. Lepidopterous insect pests can be notoriously hard to control, but once they ingest this product they stop eating within an hour and die with a few short days. These wettable granules are easy to mix and can be applied though most conventional application methods, including aerial, ground and chemigation. Agree WG works best when used on small, newly hatched larvae, so it's advisable to be pro-active by keeping a close eye out for any early infestations.

  • Controls both resistant and non-resistant Diamondback Moth larvae
  • Won't harm beneficials
  • 4-hr REI (Restricted Entry Interval) and 0-day PHI (Pre-Harvest Interval)
  • Residue Exempt

Note: The use of this product should conform to resistance management strategies established for the crop and use area. Such strategies may include rotating products with different modes of action. Consult your local pest control advisor or extension office for details.

Can be used on the following crops: Beans, Cole and Leafy Vegetables, Corn, Flowers, Grapes, Greenhouse Vegetables, Hemp, Hops, Nuts, Peas, Peppers, Small Fruits and Berries, Stone Fruits, Terrestrial Ornamentals, Tobacco, Tomatoes and more.

 

This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases: Armyworms , Artichoke Plume Moth, Banana Moth, Beet Webworm, Blossom Worm, Bollworms, Borers, Budworms , Codling Moth , Corn Earworm/Tomato Fruitworm, Cross-Striped Cabbageworm, Cutworms , Diamondback moth , European Grapevine Moth, False Armyworm, Grapeleaf Skeletonizer, Green Cloverworm, Spongy Moth , Hornworms , Imported Cabbageworm, Light Brown Apple Moth, Leafhoppers , Loopers, Melonworms, Navel Orangeworm, Orangedog, Podworms, Rindworm Complex, Saltmarsh Caterpillar, Spanworm, Tufted Apple Bud Moth, Velvetbean Caterpillars, Yellow Woolybear, Zebra Caterpillar and more.

 

 

 

 

Active Ingredients/Guaranteed Analysis:

ACTIVE INGREDIENT:

Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies aizawai strain GC-91 fermentation solids, spores, and
Lepidopteran active toxins ✝ .............................................................................................50.0%
OTHER INGREDIENTS: .......................................................................................................50.0%
TOTAL: ..............................................................................................................................100.0%

Potency: Minimum of 11 Billion International Units (BIU) per pound of product. The percent active ingredient does not indicate product performance and potency measurements are not federally standardized.

 

Specifications
Type
Organic
OMRI Certified
Categories
InsecticideBioinsecticide
Product Details
Recommended Interval
3 - 7 days
Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies aizawai strain GC-91
50%
  • Agree WG Product Label
  • Agree WG SDS
Use & Instructions

Since Agree WG is most effective against small newly hatched larvae, an early scouting program to determine early infestations is recommended. After consuming a lethal dose of Agree WG, larvae stop eating usually within an hour, but may remain on the foliage until they die, usually within several days. Affected larvae move more slowly and tend to become shriveled and discolored before dying. For best performance, always follow these directions:

  • Treat when small, newly hatched larvae are present and first feeding damage is observed.
  • Since product must be ingested to obtain control, treat when larvae are actively feeding and before extensive damage occurs.
  • Thorough spray coverage is essential for good control of the pest. Nozzles on ground equipment should be arranged in a manner to provide the best coverage. Increased water volume and spray pressure will enhance coverage.
  • If insect infestation becomes heavy, use higher (2.0 lb/acre) label rate. Increased water volume and shortened spray intervals may be necessary to achieve acceptable control.
  • To maintain control, repeat applications may be necessary at 3- to 7-day intervals, depending on the rate of growth of the crop, weather conditions, and severity of insect infestation.
  • Product may be applied up to the day of harvest (0-day Phi).
  • To improve coverage and residual effectiveness, addition of a spreader/sticker approved for use on growing crops to the spray tank is recommended for all crops, and especially for hard-to-wet crops, such as cole crops.

 

 

For All Pests:
Sprays should target small larvae, from newly hatched to 2nd instar. High label rates may be required to control larger larvae. Continue applying as part of a normal spray program until pest is adequately controlled. Apply when caterpillars are actively feeding. To be effective, Agree WG spray must be deposited at the larval feeding site. Can be applied by ground or air in water sufficient to ensure thorough and even coverage. Thorough and uniform crop coverage is required for adequate insect control. Applications at higher water volumes have demonstrated improved control of targeted pests. Early morning or evening applications, when air is calm, are generally best for aerial applications.

 

 

Diseases & Pests Controlled
  • Armyworms
  • Artichoke Plume Moths
  • Banana Moth
  • Beet Webworm
  • Blossom Worm
  • Bollworms
  • Borers
  • Budworms
  • Codling Moths
  • Corn EarwormTomato Fruitworm
  • Crossstriped Cabbageworms
  • Cutworms
  • Diamondback Moths
  • European Grapevine Moth
  • False Armyworm
  • Grapeleaf Skeletonizer
  • Green Cloverworm
  • Spongy Moth
  • Hornworms
  • Imported Cabbageworms
  • Light Brown Apple Moth
  • Leafhoppers
  • Loopers
  • Melonworms
  • Navel Orangeworms
  • Orangedog
  • Podworms
  • Rindworm Complex
  • Saltmarsh Caterpillars
  • Spanworm
  • Tufted Apple Bud Moth
  • Velvetbean Caterpillars
  • Yellow Woolybear
  • Zebra Caterpillar
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