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Monterey Garden Insect Spray by Monterey Lawn Garden
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Monterey Garden Insect Spray

Monterey Garden Insect Spray is a broad spectrum insecticide that contains Spinosad , which is derived through fermentation of a naturally-occurring soil bacterium. Spinosad works on the insects' nervous system, causing paralysis and death in 1-2 days. Since the insects are paralyzed, they may stay on the plants and be mistaken for live insects; always check 2-3 days after spraying to evaluate control in the insect population.

  • For control of foliage feeding worms/caterpillars, thrips, fire ants and many other listed pests.
  • For use on vegetables, fruit & nut trees, citrus, berries, herbs, ornamentals, shrubs, flowers, lawns & trees in home gardens and non-commercial greenhouses.

 

Organic Monterey Garden Insect Spray is safe to use with the following beneficial insects: minute pirate bug , ladybird beetles (ladybugs), green lacewing , and mite predators . However, it is toxic to bees; for this reason, applications should be made in the late evening and on plants that are not blooming, pollen-shedding, or nectar-producing.

 

This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases:

This product works as a knockdown control for the following: Mites ( Tetranychus sp )

This product works as a biological control for the following: Ants ( Mult ), Armyworms ( Pseudaletia unipuncta ), Asparagus Beetles ( Crioceris asparagi (common); Crioceris duodecimpunctata (spotted) ), Bean Leaf Beetle ( Cerotoma trifurcata ), Bean Thrips ( Caliothrips fasciatus ), Beet Armyworm ( Spodoptera exigua (Hubner) ), Black Cutworm ( Agrotis ipsilon (Hufnagel) ), Bollworm ( Helicoverpa zea ), Broccoli Worms; Imported Cabbage Worm ( Pieris rapae ), Cabbage Butterfly ( Pieris rapae ), Cabbage loopers ( Trichoplusia ni ), Cabbage Moth, Cabbage Army Moth ( Mamestra brassicae ), Cabbage Worm ( Pieris rapae ), Celery Worm (aka Parsley Worm, Parsnip Butterfly, Eastern Black Swallowtail, American Swallowtail) ( Papilio polyxenes ), Cherry Fruit Fly (aka Western Cherry Fruit Fly) ( Rhagoletis indifferens Curran ), Cherry Fruit Worm ( Grapholita pacakardi ), Codling Moth ( Cydia pomonella ), Colorado Potato Beetle ( Leptinotarsa decemlineata ), Corn Borer (aka European Corn Borer) ( Ostrinia nubilalis ), Corn Borer (aka Southwestern Corn Borer) ( Diatraea grandiosella ), Corn Earworm ( Helicoverpa zea ), Cutworms ( Agrotis, Amathes, Peridroma, Prodenia spp ), Diamondback moth ( Plutella xylostella ), European Apple Sawfly ( Hoplocampa testudinea ), European Corn Borer (aka Corn Borer) ( Ostrinia nubilalis ), Fall Armyworm ( Spodoptera frugiperda ), Fall Canker Worms, Inchworms ( Alsophila pometaria ), Fall Webworm ( hyphantria cunea ), Fire Ant ( Solenopsis invicta ), Flea Beetle ( Chaetocnema confines ), Fruit flies ( Drasophylla ), Fruit Worm ( mult ), Grape Leaf Folder ( Desmia funeralis ), Grape Leafroller ( Erythroneura variabilis ), Grasshoppers ( Gryllus ), Spongy Moth ( Lymantria dispar ), Hornworms ( Manduca sp ), Inch worm ( Mult ), Indian Meal Moth ( Plodia interpunctella ), Leafminers ( Phyllocnistis sp ), Leafroller ( Archips argyrospila ), Leafrollers ( Platynota stultana ), Leafroller ( Choristoneura rosaceana ), Leafroller ( Pandemis pyrusana ), Leafroller ( Argyrotaenia franciscana ), Leafroller ( Epiphyas postvittana ), Lesser Peach Tree Borer ( Synanthedon pictipes ), Lucerne Moth ( Nomophila noctuella ), Midges ( Dicrotendipes modestus ), Midges ( Chironomus decorus ), Midges ( Chironomus plumosus ), Midges ( Orthocladius mallochi ), Omnivorous leafroller ( Platynota stultana ), Orange tortrix ( Argyrotaenia (=citrana) franciscana ), Orangeworm ( Amyelois transitella ), Oriental Fruit Moth ( Grapholitha molesta ), Parsleyworm ( Papilio polyxenes asterius ), Peach Twig Borer ( Anarsia lineatella Zeller ), Pink Bollworm ( Pectinophora gossypiella ), Red-banded Leafroller ( Argyrotaenia velutinana ), Sod Webworm ( Mult ), Sperry's Lawn Moth ( Crambus sperryellus ), Spider Mites ( Mult ), Spinach Leafminer ( Pegomya hyoscyami ), Spring Canker Worms, Inchworms ( Paleacrita vernata ), Squash Vine Borer ( Melitta curcurbitae ), Tent caterpillars ( Malacosoma americanum ), Thrips ( Franklinothrips sp ), Tobacco Budworm ( Heliothis virescens ), Tomato Fruitworm ( Helicoverpa (Heliothis) zea ), Tomato Hornworm ( Manduca quinquemaculata ), Tomato Pinworm ( Keiferia lycopersicella ), True Armyworm ( Pseudaletia unipuncta ), Two-Spotted Spider Mite ( Tetranychus urticae ), Walnut Caterpillar ( Datana integerrima ), Walnut Husk Fly ( Rhagoletis completa ), Webworms ( Hyphantria cunea ), Western Lawn Moth ( Tehama bonifatella )

 

 

 

 

 

 

Environment: This product is toxic to bees exposed to treatment for 3 hours following treatment. Do not apply this pesticide to blooming, pollen-shedding or nectar-producing parts of plants if bees may forage on the plants during this time period. This product is toxic to aquatic invertebrates.To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters, or surface waters. Applying this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area.

Storage: Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal. Store in its original container and keep in a secure storage area out of reach of children and domestic animals.

 

 

Warning & Toxicities: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handing and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco, or using the toilet.

Active Ingredients/Guaranteed Analysis:
Spinosad (a mixture of spinosyn A and spinosyn D)...........0.005%
Potassium Salts of Fatty Acids.............................................0.94%

 

Specifications
Type
Organic
OMRI Certified
Categories
Insecticide
Product Details
Recommended Interval
7 - 10 days
Spinosad
0.01%
Potassium Salts of Fatty Acids
0.94%
  • Monterey Garden Insect Spray Product Label - RTU
  • Monterey Garden Insect Spray MSDS - RTU
Use & Instructions

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

 

 

  • Apply when listed pests are present.
  • Thoroughly spray all plant parts to wetting, including undersides of leaves.
  • Do not use on sweet peas, nasturtiums, or delicate ferns. Use with care on new seedlings, transplants, and blooms. If concerned about sensitivity of plants, apply to individual plants or small areas of plants and wait 2 days to determine if plant damage occurs prior to treatment of larger areas.
  • Do not spray during full sun.
  • Apply when the first signs of powdery mildew appear and repeat at 7- 10 day intervals. This product must come into contact with powdery mildew to be effective. Complete coverage is essential for maximum control.

 

Diseases & Pests Controlled
  • Ants
  • Armyworms
  • Bean Leaf Beetle
  • Bean Thrips
  • Beet Armyworms
  • Black Cutworm
  • Bollworms
  • Broccoli Worms Imported Cabbage Worm
  • Cabbage Butterfly
  • Cabbage Loopers
  • Cabbage Moth
  • Cabbage Army Moth
  • Cabbage Worms
  • Celery Worm Aka Parsley Worm
  • Parsnip Butterfly
  • Eastern Black Swallowtail
  • American Swallowtail
  • Cherry Fruit Worm
  • Codling Moths
  • Colorado Potato Beetles
  • Corn Earworm
  • Cutworms Agrotis
  • Amathes
  • Peridroma
  • Prodenia Spp
  • Diamondback Moths
  • European Apple Sawfly
  • Fall Armyworms
  • Fall Canker Worms
  • Inchworms
  • Fall Webworm
  • Fire Ant
  • Flea Beetles
  • Fruit Flies
  • Fruit Worm
  • Grape Leaf Folder
  • Grape Leafroller
  • Grasshoppers
  • Spongy Moth
  • Hornworms
  • Inch Worm
  • Indian Meal Moth
  • Leafminers
  • Leafrollers
  • Leafrollers
  • Leafrollers
  • Leafrollers
  • Leafrollers
  • Leafrollers
  • Lesser Peach Tree Borer
  • Lucerne Moth
  • Midges
  • Midges
  • Midges
  • Midges
  • Omnivorous Leafroller
  • Orange Tortrix
  • Orangeworm
  • Oriental Fruit Moth
  • Parsleyworm
  • Peach Twig Borer
  • Pink Bollworms
  • Redbanded Leafroller
  • Sod Webworms
  • Sperrys Lawn Moth
  • Spider Mites
  • Spinach Leafminer
  • Spring Canker Worms
  • Inchworms
  • Squash Vine Borers
  • Tent Caterpillars
  • Thrips
  • Tobacco Budworm
  • Tomato Fruitworm
  • Tomato Hornworms
  • Tomato Pinworms
  • True Armyworm
  • TwoSpotted Spider Mites
  • Walnut Caterpillar
  • Walnut Husk Fly
  • Webworms
  • Western Lawn Moth
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