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Imicide (3ml) containing 10% imidacloprid
Reformulated for faster uptake
Imicide is an exceptionally long residual insect control which been tested over 500,000 trees in prevention and eradication programs for Asian and Citrus Longhorned Beetles.
Imicide works on a broad spectrum of insects which target hardwood trees.It can be used as a therapeutic, as well as preventative treatment with benefits which last for second season protection.
Start applying Imicide as soon as you see visible signs of a boring insects would include chewed round depressions in the bark of a tree, pencil-sized, perfectly round tree exit holes, excessive sawdust buildup near tree bases and unseasonable yellowed or drooping leaves.
The product will work to control these Insects and conditions:
Adelgids, Aphids, Asian Cycad Scale, Asian Longhorned Beetle, Birch Leaf Miner, Black Vine Weevil Larvae, Bronze Birch Borer, Citrus Longhorned Beetle, Cottonwood Longhorned Borer, Douglas Fir Cone Moth Larvae, Douglas Fir Gall Midge, Elm Leaf Beetle, Elm Scale, Emerald Ash Borer, Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer, Flatheaded Borer, Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, Japanese Beetle, Lacebugs, Leaf Miners, Leafhoppers, Lerp Psyllids, Mealybug, Nipple Gall Psyllid, Obscure Scale, Pine Tip Moth Larvae, Pit Scale, Psyllids, Royal Palm Bug, Rugose Spiraling Whitefly, Scale Insects, Sycamore Lace Bug, Thrips, Whiteflies
Instruction on how to apply the capsule:
Step 1 - To determine dosage, first measure the tree, to be treated, at chest height either by circumference.
Step 2- Place the capsule evenly around the base of the tree.
Step 3- At each injection drill at a 45 degree angle directly into the root flare into active xylem.
Step 4- Place the feeder tube tapered end into the hole keeping the v-notched straight up using a standard insertion tool will prevent debris from clogging the feeder tube.The capsule can be compressed by pressing the lid by both thumbs, the lock lid will snap down and lock into place.
Step 5- Place the insertion hole of the capsule on to the end of the feeder tube gently tap by rubber mallet or heel of your hand.
Step 6- Before Removing, turn the capsule upside down to make sure all of the chemical has drained.
Dosage Per Diameter Measurement:
Measure the tree at chest height in inches. Measure the circumference, then divide this number by six (6) to determine the number of micro-injectors needed. If the number of micro-injectors results in a fraction, round down to the lower whole number.
Trees in advanced stages of insect infestation may not respond to treatment. The health, species of the tree and the environmental conditions will determine the rate of uptake.
Removal of Applicator
Uptake in the tree usually occurs within several minutes. Micro-injector capsules may be temporarily rotated in place to see if any liquid is left. When empty, turn the capsules upside down for one minute before removal. It is important to remove micro-injectors promptly after treatment. Empty micro-injector capsules must not be left on the tree.
How to Install Imicide Insecticide?
Required to undertake treatment
(1) Portable electric drill
(2) 11/64 in. (0.4 cm) drill bit
(3) Optional soft headed mallet or hammer
(4) Tape measure
(5) Insertion tool (optional)
The package contains 24 Capsule and Micro Injectors of 3ml each.