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Pesticides To Use
foliar spray

D. Cappaert, MSU

Applying a foliar spray.

 

 

high pressure soil injection

J. Ellis, Purdue

Delivering imidacloprid through a high pressure soil injection.

mauget capsules

D. Cappaert, MSU

Using mauget capsules to deliver imidacloprid.

wedgle device

D. Cappaert, MSU

Injecting imidacloprid with a wedgle device.

 

If the use of pesticides makes sense for your situation, you must then decide which one is most appropriate. Following is a table describing the chemical treatments most often used to control EAB.

Please refer to Frequently Asked Questions About Using Insecticides for information on how to apply materials and relative effectiveness of products.

Table 2: Pesticides Used to Control EAB by Application Method
(click on formulation for more information)


Application method


Active ingredient/

Formulation

Timing of application (no. of applications per year)

Users

SOIL DRENCH

imidacloprid

Bayer Advanced ™ Tree and Shrub Insect Control

Merit® (75WP, 75WSP, 2F) (PDF)

Xytect® (75WSP, 2F) (PDF)

Many generic brands of 1.47% active ingredient now available
Check labels

Mid-fall and/or mid-April to mid-June (up to 2 applications per year)

Homeowner

SOIL INJECTION

imidacloprid

Merit® (75WP, 75WSP, 2F) (PDF)

Xytect® (75WSP, 2F) (PDF)

Many generic brands of 75 WP, 75 WSP and 2F formulations now available.
Check labels 

Mid-fall and/or mid-April to mid-June (up to 2 applications per year)

Professional

TRUNK INJECTION

emamectin benzoate

TREE-äge™ (PDF) (applied with Arborjet™ equipment)

Mid-May to mid-June (one application every 2 years)

Professional

Bidrin®

Injectacide-B® (PDF) (applied with Mauget® equipment)

Mid-May to mid-June (one application)

Professional

imidacloprid

Imicide®
(PDF) (applied with Mauget® equipment)

Mid-May to mid-June (one application)

Professional

imidacloprid

IMA-jet® (PDF) (applied with Arborjet™ equipment)

Mid-May to mid-June (one application)

Professional

PROTECTIVE COVER SPRAYS

imidacloprid

Pointer™

cyfluthrin

Bayer Multi-Insect Killer® (PDF)

Mid-May to mid-June (two applications)

Homeowner

 

cyfluthrin

Tempo® (PDF)

Late May and late June (two applications)

Professional

carbaryl

Sevin® SL (PDF)

Late May and late June (two applications)

Professional

 

bifenthrin

Onyx™ (PDF)

Late May and late June (two applications)

Professional

 

permethrin

Astro® (PDF)

Late May and late June (two applications)

Professional

TRUNK SPRAY

dinotefuran

Safari 20 G (PDF)  

Mid-May to mid-June mix with Pentrabark

Professional

This information is provided courtesy of MSU Extension and The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environment Sciences, Section of Communications and Technology. It is intended for educational purposes only and does not imply endorsement for products listed or bias against those not listed.

For a detailed discussion of insecticide options for EAB and their effectiveness from The Ohio State University, click here.


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