READ LABEL THOROUGHLY BEFORE USING
This product is a repellant and insecticide formulated using concentrated plant extracts that can be used alone as a repellant or in tank mixes with other biological or conventional insecticides or miticides to improve the level of control.
The repellant effect of this product protects the crops from pest population establishment by its antifeedant and anti-egg laying properties.The irritant effect of this product increases pest mobility, exposure and vulnerability to insecticides or miticides that act on contact. This product weakens the cuticle of some immature stages of insect and mite pests.
Read all directions before using this product. Apply this product directly to any food or non-food crop growing in field and greenhouses up to and including the day of harvest, at a maximum rate of 5 pints per acre. Refer to the Insecticidal and Miticidal Uses Section for a complete listing of crops.
MIXING AND APPLICATION
This product has a repellant and irritant effect on adult and immature stages of soft bodied insects and mites
• Apply with most types of ground spray equipment.
• This product must come into contact with the targeted pests to be effective. For best results
coverage typically requires a minimum of 10 gallons of total spray volume per acre. Higher
volumes will be required for larger perennial crops.
• For best preventive results, this product must be applied at least once a week on a regular and
• When pest pressure is heavy or plant canopy is dense, use higher rates and increase spray
frequency. Repeat application if measurable rain occurs within two to three hours of spraying.
PHYTOTOXICITY: This product has been evaluated for phytotoxicity on a wide range of crops and ornamentals. However, since testing on all varieties of all crops and ornamentals is not feasible, testing a small portion of the area to be treated for phytotoxicity is recommended before treating the entire area. Further, all possible combinations or sequences of pesticide sprays, including other fertilizers, surfactants, adjuvants and other pesticides, have not been tested, thus testing for phytotoxicity of spray mixtures is recommended. It is further recommended that spray equipment used to apply this product be thoroughly cleaned before use. The addition of spray adjuvants enhances control in some crops under ideal conditions. Addition of certain adjuvants may cause phytotoxicity therefore, the addition of crop oils and other adjuvants should be thoroughly tested before using. The addition of crop oils to spray mixtures is NOT recommended on ornamental crops. Captan, Bordeaux mixtures, and highly alkaline products can cause unacceptable phytotoxicity and/or reduced effectiveness on target pests. Avoid tank mix combinations of this product with compounds known to be incompatible with oil-based formulation to prevent phytotoxicity. 'Waxy bloom" on certain crops and ornamental plants may be reduced after a GENERAL HYDROPONICS PREVASYN INSECT REPELLANT / INSECTICIDE application.
PREHARVEST INTERVAL: This product can be applied up to and including the day of harvest.
INSECTICIDAL AND MITICIDAL USES
Use this product as a foliar spray to repel and suppress pests. For best results use at lower rates when pest pressure is low or use as a preventative management tool in an integrated pest management system. When pest pressure is high use the product alone at its medium to high rates or tank mix with other contact insecticides or miticides.
Rates here indicated are for uses in agricultural and ornamental crops grown in the field or in greenhouses.
- Dilute up to 5 pints of this product per acre and apply by spraying every 4 -7 days, when used as a preventative management tool or in an integrated pest management system.
- For best results use a spreader/sticker with this product when applied alone.
- When tank mixing, read and carefully follow all applicable use directions, precautions, and limitations on the respective product labels. In interpreting all labels for the tank mix, the most restrictive situations must apply.
- When pest pressure is heavier or canopy is dense, use higher rates and consider tank mixes with other insecticides or miticides.
- When tank mixed with other insecticides or miticides this product will provide improved levels of control by increasing pest exposure to those products due to its irritant effect.
- Mix this product at a rate of 7 to 14 ounces per acre with other chemical or biological insecticides or miticides. Follow the use directions of all products used in the tank mix including use directions and additive/adjuvant requirements or constraints.
GREENHOUSE AND ORNAMENTAL USES
- Dilute up to 5 pints of this product per 100 gallons of water and apply by spraying every 4-7 days when used as a preventative management tool or in an integrated pest management system.
- For best results use a spreader sticker with this product when applied alone.
- When tank mixing, read and carefully follow all applicable use directions, precautions and limitations on the respective product labels. In interpreting all labels for the tank mix, the most restrictive situations must apply.
- When pest pressure is heavier, use higher rates and consider tank mixes with other insecticides or miticides.
- When tank mixed with other insecticides or miticides this product will provide improved levels of control increasing pest exposure to those products due to its irritant effect.
- Mix this product at a rate of 4 up to 14 ounces per 100 gallons of water with other chemical or biological insecticides or miticides.
- When pest pressure is heavier, use higher rates.
Use this product in a foliar spray to repel or suppress soft bodied pests.
- Mites (such as Tetranychus spp., Oligonychus spp., Panonychus spp., Polyphagotarsonemus latus, Phyllocoptruta oleivora, Brevipalpus phoenicis, Steneotarsonemus spinki)
- Thrips (such as Thrips spp., Frankliniella spp., Heliothrips spp., Scirtothrips citri.)
- Psyllids (such as Bactericera spp., Diaphorina citri, Cacopsylla spp.)
- Leafhoppers (such as Empoasca spp., Macrosteles spp., and Graphocephala spp.)
- Lepidoptera larvae (such as Spodoptera spp., Helicoverpa spp., Tula absoiuta, Thecla spp., Strymon basilides)
- White flies (such as Dialeurodes spp., Trialeurodes spp., Bemisia spp.)
- Other pests such as borers (Hypothenemus hampei), mealybugs (Planococcus spp., Pseudococcus spp., Dysmicoccus brevipes) and plant bugs (Leptoglossus spp., Nezara spp.)