AzaGuard

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AzaGuard provides control of insect larval, pupal, and nymphal stages by interfering with the synthesis of ecdysone. Insects typically die between larval to larval, larval to pupal, nymph to nymph molts, or during adult eclosion. in the wide variety of ornamental, forestry, and food crops. AzaGuard is an insect growth regulator and does not control adult insects.

Active Ingredients : Azadirachtin 3%

Manufacturer : BioSafe Systems

Usage Rate Recommendations :
8 - 21 Fl. Oz. per Acre

For specific details on control of these target pest and use rates check the label provided

Ants
Aphids
Armyworms
Artichoke plume moths
Azalea lace bugs
Azalea, leafminers
Bagworms
Banks mite
Bark Beetles
Beet Armyworm
Beetles
Billbugs
Birch Leafminers
Black Cutworm
Black vine weevils
Blueberry flea beetles
Blueberry maggots
Boll weevils
Bollworms
Boxelder bugs
Brown soft scales
Budworms
Bugs
Burrowing nematodes
Cabbage Loopers
Cabbage butterflies
California red scales
Cankerworms
Caseworms
Caterpillar
Chafers
Cherry maggots
Chiggers
Chinch bugs
Cinchbugs
Citrus Cutworm
Citrus Red mite
Citrus Rust mite
Citrus leafminers
Citrus mealybugs
Citrus thrips
Clover mite
Coffee scales
Colorado potato beetles
Corn earworms
Cotton aphids
Cranberry borers
Crane flies
Cucumber Beetle
Cutworms
Dagger nematodes
Diamondbacked moths
Dogwood borers
Elm Leaf Beetle
Emerald Ash Borer
European Chafer
European Pine Shoot Moth
European Red Mite
European pine sawflies
Fall Armyworm
Fall Cankerworm
Flea beetles
Fruit flies
Fruitworms
Fungus Gnat
Fungus gnats
Golden nematodes
Grape leafhopper
Grapeleaf skeletonizers
Grasshoppers
Green peach aphids
Greenhouse whiteflies
Grubs
Grubs
Gypsy Moth
Hemlock Rust mite
Hemlock Wooly Adelgid
Hessian Fly
Hickory shuckworms
Honey Locust mite
Hornworms
Imported cabbage worms
Jack Pine Budworm
Japanese beetles
June Beetle
Lawn Armyworm
Leaf beetles
Leaf miners
Leaf perforators
Leafhoppers
Leafrollers
Lepidopterous larvae
Litter Beetles (Darkling, Hide and Carrion)
Locust
Loopers
Lygus bugs
Marsh Crane Fly
Mealybugs
Melon Fly
Melonworms
Mexican bean beetles
Midges
Mites
Mole Crickets
Moths
Mushroom flies
Navel Orange worms
Nematodes
Northern Fowl Mites
Northern Masked Chafer
Oblique banded leafrollers
Olive scales
Omnivorous leafrollers
Onion maggots
Onion thrips
Oriental fruit moths
Pacific mite
Pea aphids
Peach twig borers
Peachtree borers
Pear psylla
Pepper weevils
Phorid flies
Phylloxera
Pickle worms
Pine tip moths
Pinworm
Potato aphids
Potato leafhopper
Psyllids
Red Poultry Mites
Red-banded leaf rollers
Root knot nematodes
Rose Chafe
San Jose scales
Sawflies
Scales
Serpentine leafminers
Shore Fly
Silverleaf whiteflies
Sod Webworms
Sod webworms
Southern Armyworm
Soybean loopers
Spittle bugs
Spring Cankerworm
Spruce Budworm
Spruce mite
Stink bugs
Strawberry vine weevils
Tent Caterpillars
Thrips
Thrips palmi
Tobacco Hornworm
Tobacco budworms
Tomato Fruitworm Tomato
Tussock moths
Twig girdlers
Two-spotted Spider mite
Variegated leafhopper
Vegetable leafminers
Walnut husk flies
Webworms
Whiteflies
Woolly whiteflies
Yellow headed pine sawflies
Yellowstriped Armyworm

For specific details on these areas of use and use rates check the label provided

Turf (Lawns) And Golf Courses:
Bentgrass
Bermuda Grass
Bluegrass
Centipede Grass
Fescue
Ryegrass
St. Augustine
Wheatgrass
Zoysia Grass

Greenhouse food crops:
Brassica (Cole) Crops
Cucurbits
Eggplants
Herbs and Spices
Hops
Legumes
Peppers
Tobacco
Tomatoes

Root and tuber vegetables:
Arracacha
Artichokes
Beets
Carrots
Canna
Cassava
Chicory
Chufa
Dasheen
Ginger
Horseradish
Leren
Jicama
Potatoes
Radishes
Rutabagas
Salsify
Skirret
Sweet Potatoes
Tanier
Turmeric
Turnips
Yam Bean
Yams

Mushrooms:
Agaricus
Enoki
Maitake
Oyster
Shitake

Leafy vegetables (including Brassica Leafy Vegetables):
Amaranth
Arugula
Broccoli
Broccoli Raab
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Cauliflower
Cardoon
Cavalo Broccoli
Celery
Celtuce
Chervil
Chinese Cabbage (Bok Choy, Napa)
Collards
Corn Salad
Cress
Endives
Fennel
Frisee
Kale
Kohlrabi
Lettuce
Mizuna
Mustard Greens
Parsley
Purslane
Rape Greens
Radicchio
Rhubarb
Spinach
Swiss Chard
Turnip Greens

Legume vegetables:
Beans (Field, Kidney, Etc)
Chickpeas
Cowpeas
Guar
Jackbeans
Lablab Beans
Lentils
Peas
Pigeon Peas
Soybeans
Sword Beans

Fruiting vegetables:
Eggplants
Ground Cherries
Pepinos
Peppers
Pimentos
Tomatillo
Tomatoes

Cucurbit vegetables:
Bitter Melons
Chayotes
Chinese Wax Gourd
Citron Melon
Cucumbers
Gherkins
Gourds
Muskmelons (Cantaloupes, Casabas Crenshaw)
Pumpkins
Squash
Watermelons

Citrus fruits:
Calamondins
Citrus Citrons
Citrus Hybrid
Grapefruits
Kumquats
Lemons
Limes
Mandarins
Oranges
Pummellos
Satsuma Mandarins
White Sapote

Pome fruits:
Apples
Crabapples
Loquats
Mayhaws
Oriental Pears
Pears
Quinces

Stone fruits:
Apricots
Cherries
Nectarines
Peaches
Plums
Prunes

Berries:
Blackberries
Blueberries
Caneberries
Currants
Elderberries
Gooseberries
Huckleberries
Loganberries
Raspberries
Strawberries
Youngberries

Cereal grains:
Alfalfa
Barley
Buckwheat
Clover
Corn
Forage Crops
Millet
Oats
Popcorn
Rice
Rye
Sorghum
Teosintes
Trefoil
Triticale Hybrids
Vetch
Wheat
Wild Rice

Herbs and spices:
Allspice
Angelica
Anise
Annatto
Balm
Basil
Black And White Peppers
Borage
Burnet
Camomile
Caper Buds
Caraway
Cardamom
Cassia
Catnip
Celery Seeds
Chervil
Chives
Cinnamon
Clary
Cloves
Coriander (Cilantro)
Costmary
Culantro
Cumin
Curry Leaf
Dills
Fennels
Fenugreek
Grains Of Paradise
Horehound
Hyssop
Juniper Berry
Lavender
Lemongrass
Lovage
Mace
Marigolds
Marjoram
Mustard Seeds
Nasturtium
Nutmeg
Parsley
Pennyroyal
Poppy Seeds
Rosemary
Rue
Saffron
Sage
Savory
Sweet Bay (Bay Leaf)
Tansy
Tarragon
Thyme
Vanilla
Wintergreen
Woodruff
Wormwood

Bulb vegetables:
Garlic
Leeks
Onions
Shallots

Nuts:
Almonds
Beechnuts
Brazil Nuts
Butternuts
Cashews
Chestnuts
Chinquapin
Filberts
Hickory Nuts
Lychee Nuts
Macadamias
Pecans
Pistachios
Walnuts

Oilseed crops:
Canola
Castor
Cotton Seed
Crambe
Guar
Jojoba
Peanut
Rape
Safflower
Sesame
Soybean
Sunflower

Tropical fruits:
Atemoya
Banana
Breadfruit
Canistel
Cherimoya
Durian
Guava
Lychee
Longan
Malanga
Mango
Papaya
Passionfruit
Spanish Lime
Starfruit
Sugar Apple

Miscellaneous food and non-food crops:
Asparagus
Avocado
Birdseed
Cacao
Coffee
Cotton
Cranberry
Edible Flowers
Feijoa
Figs
Ginseng
Globe Artichokes
Grapes
Guayule
Hops
Kiwi
Okra
Olives
Palms
Papaya
Pawpaw
Persimmon
Pineapple
Pomegranate
Rambutan
Sugarcane
Tamarillo
Tea
Tobacco
Water Chestnut
Watercress

Bedding Plants, Flowers, Ornamental Plants, Potted Plants and Foliage:
Actinopteris
African Violets
Ageratum
Aglaonema
Allamanda
Algerian Ivy
Alocasia
Anthurium
Aphelandra
Artemisia
Aster
Aucuba
Azalea
Baby’s Breath
Begonia
Bougainvillea
Boston Fern
Boxwood
Brachycome
Cacti
Calabrese
Caladium
Calla
Calathea
Calendula
Carnation
Chrysanthemum
Cineraria
Coleus
Columbine
Cotoneaster
Cyclamen
Daffodil
Dahlia
Daisy
Daylily
Delphinium
Dianthus
Dieffenbachia
Dusty Miller
Easter Lily
English Ivy
Euphorbia
Fern
Ficus
Foxglove
Freesia
Fuchsia
Gaillardia
Gardenia
Geranium
Gerbera
Gladioli
Gloxinia
Gypsophilla
Hedera
Hibiscus
Hyacinth
Hydrangea
Impatiens
Iris
Ivy
Lily
Maidenhair Fern
Mandevilla
Marigold
Narcissus
Nasturtium
Orchid
Pansy
Pelargonium
Peony
Peperomia
Petunia
Philodendron
Phlox
Photinia
Pittosporum
Pinks
Poinsettia
Pothos
Portulaca
Pyracantha
Rosemary
Rose
Rubberplant
Salvia
Schefflera
Sedum
Sempervivum
Snapdragon
Spathiphyllum
Stock
Syngonium
Tulip
Verbena
Vinca
Wandering Jew
Yew
Yucca
Zinnia

Ornamental Trees And Shrubs:
Andromeda
Arborvitae
Ash
Austrian Pine
Azalea
Beech
Birch
Birds Nest Spruce
Blue Spruce
Bougainvillea
Boxwood
Butternut
Camellia
Cedar
Chamaecyparis
Cherry
Crabapple
Cyprus
Dogwood
Douglas Fir
Elm
Euonymus
Firethorn
Forsythia
Hackberry
Hawthorn
Hemlock
Hickory
Holly
Honey Locust
Horse Chestnut
Ilex
Juniper
Larch Laurel
Lilac
Linden
London Plane
Magnolia
Maple
Mimosa
Mountain Ash
Myrtle
Oak
Pachysandra
Peach Pine
Photinia
Plane Tree
Pines
Poplar
Privet
Quince
Rhododendron
Roses
Spruce
Sycamore
White Cedar
White Pine

Non-Food Uses:
Athletic fields
Barrier strips
Campsites
Cemeteries
Farmyards
Fence rows
Fences
Fuel storage area
Grasslands
Greenhouse
Mushroom House
Pastures
Rights-of-way
Sheds
Soil banks
Uncultivated or fallow farmland
Vegetative barriers

Compost and Manure Treatment:
Cull piles
Manure or refuse piles
Mulches
Pretreatment for potting soils or compost for greenhouses

Commercial and Industrial Areas:
Dairy operations
Feed processing plants
Feedlot operations
Food distribution
Food marketing
Food processing plants
Food storage
Poultry farms

CA Residents
At this time ChemicalWarehouse does not ship EPA registered chemicals/pesticides to California. If your shipping address is in CA we will cancel your order. Send us a message if you have any questions regarding CA shipping. We will work to change this policy in the near future.

International:
At this time ChemicalWarehouse does not ship pesticides outside of the Continental United States. (No shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, US Military Bases, or US Territories)