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Model #75346

32 oz. Systemic Tree and Shrub Insect Drench

  • Protect up to 12 months with one application
  • 1.47% imidacloprid concentrate
  • Use on outdoor trees & shrubs, including listed fruit & nut trees
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Product Overview

Control insects that infest trees and shrubs with Compare-N-Save systemic tree and shrub insect drench with 1.47% Imidacloprid. One easy application protects treated plants for 12 months. The insecticide is absorbed through the roots into the plant for protection that won't wash off.
  • For use on outdoor trees and shrubs, including listed fruit and nut trees
  • Controls aphids, emerald ash borers, Japanese beetles, birch leaf miners and other listed insects for up to 12 months with one application
  • Mix 1.47% Imidacloprid concentrate with water and pour evenly around the base of the tree or shrub
  • Insecticide absorbed through the roots and into the plant for protection that won't wash off
  • Do not apply this product, by any application method, to linden, basswood or other tilia species
  • This product is applicable for the following pest types: Aphids, Weevils, Borers, Japanese Beetles, Lace Bugs, Leafhoppers, Leaf Miners and Tip Moths, Mealybugs, Pine Tip or Shoot Moths, Psylla (Psyllids), Sawflies, Scale Insects, Thrips, Whiteflies

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Ratings
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Pest Common NameAnts,Aphids,Beetles,Fleas,Flies,Grub,Moles,Mosquitos,Ticks,WormsAphids,Beetles,Flies,MothsAnts,Bees,Termites,Termites,Wasps,Yellow JacketsAphids,Beetles,Flies,Moths
Spray Application TypeHose EndNot A SprayConcentrateNot A Spray
Indoor/OutdoorOutdoorOutdoorOutdoorOutdoor
LocationHome,Lawn,PerimeterGarden,LawnHome,Lawn,PerimeterGarden,Lawn
Application TypeSprayDrenchSprayDrench
Concentrated or Ready to UseReady to useConcentratedConcentratedConcentrated
Garden Pest LocationLawnsEvergreens,Fruit & Nut Trees,Ornamentals,Shade Trees,ShrubsEvergreens,Flowers,Fruit & Nut Trees,Lawns,Ornamentals,Perennials,Shade Trees,ShrubsEvergreens,Fruit & Nut Trees,Ornamentals,Shade Trees,Shrubs
Safe for EdiblesNoYesYesYes
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.5 in
Product Height (in.)
9 in
Product Width (in.)
3.5 in

Details

Application Type
Drench
Concentrated or Ready to Use
Concentrated
Garden Pest Location
Evergreens,Fruit & Nut Trees,Ornamentals,Shade Trees,Shrubs
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Location
Garden,Lawn
Organic
Non-Organic
Pack Size
1
Pest Common Name
Aphids,Beetles,Flies,Moths
Pest Control Type
Lawn Insect Control
Primary Active Ingredient
imidacloprid
Product Weight (oz.)
32 oz
Returnable
180-Day
Safe for Edibles
Yes
Safe for Pets
No
Spray Application Type
Not A Spray

Questions & Answers

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Is this product effective against emerald ash borrer

Asked by Dick March 30, 2020
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Yes it is but the active ingredient concentration is fairly low. I’d recommend Dominion 2L as a better option. Follow relevant guidelines for tree diameter and imidacloprid dosing schedule and quantity.

it it safe to use on bella donna trumpet trees?

Asked by Vic August 29, 2018
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I have use this on my Mountain Ash tree for 2 seasons to deter Japanese Beatles. It worked like a charm without any obvious harm to the tree.

Will this work for scale on crape myrtles?

Asked by Jenny July 17, 2018
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After 40 years experience in applying pesticides, I retired. Above all, do a little research. Use a google search to help find the answer. Perhaps scale on myrtle. After that, look for control of scale on myrtle. Hopefully, you'll be able to find out the active ingredient in the control. If it's the same as the active ingredient that is on the label of the systemic tree and shrub insect drench, then it should work.

I notice that the active ingredient is a neonicotinoid. Will this kill bees pollinating the flow...

Asked by Yardman April 20, 2017
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Please read this study in Entomology Today: “Study Finds Imidacloprid Safe for Honey Bees at Realistic Exposure Levels” March 2015, here is a link to it: https://entomologytoday.org/2015/03/19/study-finds-imidacloprid-safe-for-honey-bees-at-realistic-exposure-levels/

Does this work on bark beetles?

Asked by Busdriver April 14, 2018
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This Systemic solution is meant to be productive killing ALL insects on shrubs and trees. Personally, I would call there toll free number and ask your specific question and know not assume!

what is mixing rate

Asked by george March 9, 2019
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measure circumference of tree in inches about chest high. Add that many ounces to a gallon or 2 of water and drench roots around the tree.

Does it smell?

Asked by Adi July 29, 2020
3
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Yes. But not much when mixed (diluted).

I have small pin hole size pine borers that bore into the boards around the door and window frame...

Asked by Killa August 4, 2019
3
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Trees take this from the roots, I don’t believe you can actually spray this on the boards. A termite spray might be a better solution since it is made to spray on wood.

How many citrus trees can be treated for ACP using a 32 oz. bottle?

Asked by Skip February 26, 2018
3
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I would say approx 8 small trees

IS SYSTEMIC TREE SPRAY GOOD TO USE ON COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE TREES TO CONTOLL AND GET RID OF BARK B...

Asked by Russ May 16, 2018
3
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In a 2010 study, it was not found effective on bark beetles. https://www.fs.fed.us/psw/publications/fettig/psw_2010_fettig(grosman)001.pdf

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Customer Reviews

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Unable to give stars, takes weeks to see results, gave it a one star for now. But I'm sure it will do it's intended 'job'
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It's too early for me to tell.
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It took care of most of the aphids within 1...
It took care of most of the aphids within 1 month. Easy to use. I'm very happy
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The instructions of "no more than 9.4 oz per 1000...
The instructions of "no more than 9.4 oz per 1000 sq. feet of lawn area" is misleading. This max applies to the concentrate, not the diluted solution. I took me awhile checking the Internet to understand this.
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I gave the product 5 stars hoping it will help save the birch tree infected with beetles. It's r...
I gave the product 5 stars hoping it will help save the birch tree infected with beetles. It's really much too soon to know how effective the drench was. If the tree if still alive by next July, then the 5 stars are correct.
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Systemic poisons kill birds and bees
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This contains NeoNicotinoids which are the DDT of our age. Any of these products that kill by being absorbed into the plant will kill bees, hummingbirds, songbirds and anything else that consumes a part of the plant. They are banned in Europe and should NOT be sold in the US. Google Neonicontinoids to find articles by National Geographic, Science, NPR, etc.
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No more signs of tree bores.
No more signs of tree bores.
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So far I have no aphids , but it's too early to really tell . Application w...
So far I have no aphids , but it's too early to really tell . Application was easy , hoping for good results .
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My hibiscus plant had been taken over by aphids. Within...
My hibiscus plant had been taken over by aphids. Within 2-3 days the bugs were gone and within 10 days my plant was healthier than when we planted it.
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