Controls Worms & Caterpillars on Fruits, Vegetables, Ornamentals & Shade Trees!
Easy-to-mix liquid concentrate. Kills caterpillar-type insects, but has no effect on birds, earthworms, or beneficial insects such as honeybees and ladybugs, when used as directed. Worm stage and caterpillars eat treated foliage, then immediately stop feeding and damaging plants.
For use on fruits, vegetables, ornamentals and shade trees. Can be used on edible plants up to the day of harvest. OMRI listed for Organic Gardening.
EPA Reg. No.: 70051-106-54705
Not registered for sale in AK, AR, CO, CT, D.C., DE, HI, IA, ID, KY, MA, ME, MN, ND, NH, NV, NY, OH, RI, SD, VT, WV or WY at this time.
How to mix and apply
Always shake or stir MONTEREY B.t. thoroughly before use. Partially fill sprayer with water before adding the application rate amount of product, then mix in product thoroughly and add remaining amount of water.
Spray leaf surfaces thoroughly, top and bottom, for complete control. Agitate regularly while spraying. Use all of spray mixture within 24 hours.
Fruits & Vegetables
Mix 2 fluid ounces per 3 gallons of water (4 teaspoons per gallon) for a hand sprayer and apply to all plant foliage to cover an area of 1,000 square feet. Apply at first sign of infestation and repeat at weekly intervals when needed to maintain control of the following insects:
Shade trees & Ornamentals
Mix 2 fluid ounces per 3 gallons of water (4 teaspoons per gallon) for a hand sprayer. Apply at first sign of infestation and repeat at weekly intervals when needed to maintain control. Apply to thoroughly cover all foliage surfaces of shade trees and ornamentals for control of the following leaf-feeding worms:
*Apply when buds swell, but before leaves are fully open. If eggs hatch over a long period of time or if reinfestation occurs, spray about 14 days after first appearance.
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