Thuricide Concentrate Hi-Yield Brand 16 oz Bottle

Hi-Yield Thuricide
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THURICIDE CONCENTRATE
HI-YIELD BRAND
16 OZ. BOTTLE
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

  • Apply Hi-Yield Brand Thuricide Concentrate when worms or caterpillars are first noticed, then repeat at five(5) to seven(7) day intervals while they are active.
  • Apply more frequently to control heavy infestations. apply thoroughly to top and bottom of foliage.
  • Reapply after heavy rains. Hi-Yield Brand Thuricide Concentrate must be eaten by worms or caterpillars to be effective.
  • After ingesting the insecticide, they immediately stop feeding, though they may otherwise appear to be unaffected for several days.
  • Best results are obtained by treatments when worms are small; they must be actively feeding on treated, exposed foliage.
  • You may apply Hi-Yield Brand Thuricide Concentrate up to and on the day of harvest.

HOW TO APPLY:

  • Always shake or stir Hi-Yield Brand Thuricide Concentrate thoroughly before use.
  • Partially fill sprayer with water before adding the application rate amount of product, then mix in product thoroughly and add remaining amount of water.
  • Spray leaf surfaces thoroughly, top and bottom, for complete control.
  • Agitate regularly while spraying.
  • Use all of spray mixture within 24 hours.

SHADE TREES & ORNAMENTALS:

  • Mix 2 fl. ozs. per 3 gallons of water (4 tsp. per gallon) for a handsprayer or proportional amounts for a hose-end sprayer following Manufacturer’s Directions.
  • Apply at first sign of infestation and repeat at weekly intervals when needed to maintain control.
  • Apply to thoroughly cover all foliage surfaces of Shade Trees and Ornamentals for control of the following leaf-feeding Worms:
    • Bagworm
    • Elm Spanworm
    • GypsyMoth*
    • Fall Cankerworm
    • Tent Caterpillar
    • Spring Cankerworm
    • Fall Webworm

*Apply when buds swell, but before leaves are fully open. If eggs hatch over a long period of time or if reinfestation occurs, spray about 14 days after first application.

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:

  • Mix 11⁄2 fl. ozs. per 3 gallons of water (1 Tbsp./Gallon) for a hand sprayer and apply to all plant foliage to cover an area of 1,000 square feet.
  • Apply at first sign of infestation and repeat at weekly intervals when needed to maintain control of the following Insects:
  • CABBAGE LOOPER on Broccoli, Cauliflower, Collards, Kale, Mustard Greens, Turnip Greens, Cabbage, Celery, Lettuce, Melons and Tomatoes.
  • IMPORTED CABBAGE WORMS on Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Collards, Kale, Mustard Greens and Turnip Greens.
  • TOMATO HORNWORM on Tomatoes.

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Comments

  1. M. Sistrunk says

    Is the Thuricide that I bought last year still affective or do I need to buy it every year. It was kept inside and has not been affective by cold weather. Thanks

  2. On your list of Fruits & Vegetables, I notice the cucubit family and squash vine borer aren’t listed. Does your company not recommend this product for these specific applications? If not, why not? Am considering its use for this and would like your official take.

    Thank you.

    • These are the insects that Thuricide will control: Controls leaf-feeding worms such as Bagworm, Elm Spanworm,
      Tent Caterpillar, Spring Cankerworm, Gypsy Moth, Fall Webworm,
      Cabbage Looper, Imported Cabbage Worms, Tomato Hornworm

      Apply at first sign of infestation and repeat at weekly
      intervals when needed to maintain control of the following Insects:
      CABBAGE LOOPER on Broccoli,
      Cauliflower, Collards, Kale, Mustard Greens, Turnip Greens, Cabbage, Celery, Lettuce, Melons and
      Tomatoes.
      IMPORTED CABBAGE WORMS on Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Collards, Kale, Mustard
      Greens and Turnip Greens.
      TOMATO HORNWORM on Tomatoes

      This product is for those above mentioned vegetables and the pests associated with them. This is a BT product but not the strain of bacillus thuringiensis that would work in those situations.

  3. Lee McLendon says

    I have had a bottle of thuricide concentrate for several years; how long does it remain effective?

    • The way Thuricide is made with the bacillus thuringiensis which is a bacteria that affects the host (listed on the label) that it comes in contact with, it can remain effectively for many years. However, you needed to make sure it was not subjected to high heat and severe cold temperatures and kept out of the direct sunlight.

  4. Jennifer says

    Is Thuricide concentrate the same thing as BT?

    Yes, BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS is BT which is what Thuricide is made of.

  5. I need to use this to control worms in my sweet corn but I never see sweet corn listed in any of the instructions. How much of this do I use on sweet corn?

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