Good Fruit Grower

December 2013

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What it does: Disrupts oviposition. Changes larval behavior by delaying larvae from finding fruit. Delays fruit entry and injury once fruit is found. How to use it: Simply tank mix with each insecticide and/or fungicide application. Restrictions: None. Compatible and no phytotoxicity. Longevity: More than 14 days residual with main effect lasting 3- 4 weeks. What you already know: The DA in CIDETRAK ® DA MEC is the same DA in the PHEROCON® CM-DA COMBO™ lure you use to monitor your Codling Moth. Dr. Doug Light, USDA - In multiple replicated field trials, CIDETRAK DA MEC improved performance of numerous insecticides on average up to 40% versus using insecticide alone. Added Bonus: Government researchers have also shown that CIDETRAK DA MEC applied for larval control enhances existing pheromone effect on adults. Features Benefits Female lays eggs >20% further from fruit. Increases larval exposure to elements, beneficials and insecticides. Larvae stop frequently between hatch site and fruit. Significantly delayed fruit arrival, increases exposure. Larvae wander more between hatch site and fruit. Delayed fruit arrival, increases exposure. Larvae significantly delay feeding. Researcher and User Comments: Delayed, limited fruit entry, increases exposure. Contact your local supplier and order now. Visit our website: or call 1-866-785-1313. ® INCORPORATED INSECT PHEROMONE & KAIROMONE SYSTEMS GOOD FRUIT GROWER DECEMBER 2013 Your Edge – And Ours – Is Knowledge. 13

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