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Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki

Biological Insecticide

Dipel Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki Bt kurstaki

Dipel 150 Dust is intended for use against chewing larvae (caterpillars) of cabbage looper, cabbageworm, grape leaf folder, hornworm, cutworm, sod webworm, tobacco budworm and several others lepidopterous species. Dipel 150 Dust is recommended for use by ground or by air. Apply upon first sighting of pests and repeat as necessary. Thorough plant coverage is necessary for control.

We recommend the Pest Pistol or the Eaton Hand Duster for application.

Treated vegetables may be picked and consumed anytime after spraying. Pets and family may return to the treated area immediately after spray deposits are dry. caterpillars must eat a small amount of treated leaf to get a lethal dose. Thorough and uniform coverage of both sides of all foliage subject to attack is essential for prompt and complete control. Caterpillars stop feeding within a few hours after taking a bite of the treated leaf. Death follows within a few days.


201501 Dipel 150, (Bt var.kurstaki), 1 lb.  dust (1.5#)          $6.75
201511 Dipel 150, (Bt vark. urstaki), 1 lb.  dust, 12/cs (14#)  $68.90
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Dipel 150 is not registered for sale in the state of California.

Permit may be required for shipment to countries outside the USA.

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