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Conserve® SC insect control offers fast, effective control of thrips, bagworms, black cutworms, sod webworms, armyworms and other lepidopterous insects at low use rates in turf and ornamental settings.
Conserve® SC insect control is highly active at low use rates. It is active on pests through both ingestion and contact exposure. Target pests exhibit symptoms within minutes of exposure, resulting in rapid cessation of plant or turf damage.
Spinosad, the active ingredient of Conserve SC, is derived from the fermentation of a naturally occurring organism and is highly effective on tough-to-control insects such as spider mites or thrips.
Conserve SC is friendly to beneficials and causes less impact on certain predatory beneficial insects than many other synthetic control products. Additionally, research and field use have shown no phytotoxicity on ornamentals.
Effective control of the following pests and more:
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Spinosad (including Spinosyn A and Spinosyn D)
Applications should be timed to occur when insect pests are still young and small — when they’re most vulnerable. Spray Conserve® SC insect control just prior to when insect pests reach a damaging level as indicated by scouting.
Conserve SC may be applied via aerial and chemigation applications. Please see the label for more information.
Conserve SC is labeled for use on home gardens, including ornamentals and vegetable gardens, turfgrass and fruit- and nut-bearing trees.
Conserve SC offers fast and effective insect control. It is available in a 1-quart container.
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