SePRO's Hachi-Hachi SC registered for use in California

SePRO's Hachi-Hachi SC registered for use in California

The insecticide is labeled for use on thrips, aphids, mealybugs, scales, lepidopteran insects and more.

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March 28, 2018
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CARMEL, Ind. — California growers have a new tool to control thrips, aphids, mealybugs, scales, lepidopteran insects and more.

SePRO's Hachi-Hachi SC is active on all life stages of targeted insects; eggs, immature stages, and adults. Hachi-Hachi SC stops insects from feeding and oviposition within hours of application.

“Hachi-Hachi SC is driven by a unique technology that offers broad-spectrum control of insect pests while providing a resistance management tool,” said Mark Brotherton, portfoilio leader for SePRO. “Its immediate stop-feed action halts insect pests from further damaging crops.”

Hachi-Hachi SC contains the active ingredient tolfenpyrad, a new chemistry for California growers. Hachi-Hachi SC acts by inhibiting cellular respiration in insects. Research has demonstrated Hachi-Hachi SC to be highly effective in control insect pests such as thrips, aphids, mealybugs, scales, lepidopteran insects and added suppression of whiteflies, powdery mildew and downy mildew. The formulation is very easy to use and has excellent crop safety on labeled crops.

Please contact Max Gilley, technical specialist, CPA; maxg@sepro.com or 850-680-6860 to learn more and to incorporate this new tool into your management plans.

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