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DiPel DF (1 Lb) - Biological Insecticide - PBI265

Dipel DF (1 Lb) - Biological Insecticide
Organic Insect Control: Snails, Earwigs, Aphids, Woodlice & More

Organic Insect Control: Snails, Earwigs, Aphids, Woodlice & More

$19.99
  • Not registered for sale in: AK, PR
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.
Pesticide ID # required for California COMMERCIAL GROWERS

Effective Dry Bt for a Caterpillar Control

Effective against a wide variety of worms and caterpillar larvae including tent caterpillars, inch worms, gypsy moth larvae, tomato hornworm, cabbageworm, corn earworm, European corn borer, oak worm, webworm, and more.

  • Dust-free
  • Contains 54%, 32,000 I.U./mg of Bacillus thuringiensis v kurstaki (B.T.) and 46% inerts.
  • Dry flowable granules dissolve readily in water.
  • Use 1/4 - 2 lbs./acre.
  • After ingesting a lethal dose of DiPel DF, larvae stop feeding within the hour, and will die within several hours to 3 days. Mortality varies with larval size (instar), lepidopteran species, and dose consumed.

Important Information for Certified Organic Growers

We do our best to update our product's organic status, however the status of any product can change at anytime without notice from the manufacturer. Please confirm that the product is allowed by your certifying agency and that it's still OMRI Listed® at www.omri.org

We do our best to update our product's organic status, however the status of any product can change at anytime without notice from the manufacturer. Please confirm that the product is allowed by your certifying agency and that it's still on WSDA's organic materials list at agr.wa.gov

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