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Aluminum phosphide, Fumitoxin, Phostoxin

Application
Fumigant: Pellet or tablet form

Remarks
This is a rescue treatment when grain is infested. Fumigation should only be done by specially trained applicators. Restricted Use Pesticide

Insects Controlled
All insects.


Diacon II (methoprene)

Application
Grain protectant or surface treatment

Remarks
Active ingredient is an insect growth regulator. It prevents development of larvae into adults. Adult insects are not controlled. Apply as a spray to the grain as it is being augured into the bin or as a top-dressing to stored products.

Insects Controlled
Indian meal moth, cigarette beetle, lesser grain borer, sawtoothed grain beetle, merchant grain beetle, red flour beetle, confused flour beetle

Dipel (Bacillus thuringienesis)

Application
Surface treatment

Remarks
Apply insecticide to surface after grain is binned. Top dressing provides a protective barrier from migrating insects which enter from the top. Not a rescue treatment.

Insects Controlled
Indian meal moth and Angoumois grain moth larvae.

Insecto (diatomaceous earth)

Application
Surface treatment

Remarks
Apply insecticide to surface after grain is binned. Top dressing provides protective barrier from migrating insects which enter from the top of bin. Not a rescue treatment.

Insects Controlled
Rice weevil, granary weevil, flat grain beetle, lessor grain borer, large grain borer, red flour beetle, cigarette beetle, angoumois grain moths, darling beetles, lessor meal worms.


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