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    Venom Insecticide Valent Usa Corp (1 Pound & 5 Pound)



    Venom Insecticide. Strike first.

    With the superior protection of Venom Insecticide, insect pests—including Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB)—don’t stand a chance. Venom is super-systemic, so it strikes fast to take out even the toughest pests and it provides long-lasting control. Grow more marketable, insect-free crops with the power of Venom.

    This product is intended for use on large areas of crops and is not intended for use over small areas less than an acre.  Venom is very difficult to measure for small applications such as a one gallon sprayer. 

    Venom Insecticide is made with dinotefuran, the leading product for control of the brown marmorated stink bug on crops.  The EPA has recently reduced restrictions on venom insecticide due to the devestation to crops on the east coast from the brown marmorated stink bug.  Venom insecticide from Valent, is for control of sucking and chewing insects on crops such as cotton, fruiting vegetables, leafy vegetables and potatoes among others.  Venom insecticide should be applied from a tank sprayer or hand sprayer and should not be applied by equipment connected to a public water system.  Venom Insecticide is toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment or to residue on blooming crops and weeds. Do not apply Venom Insecticide or allow it to drift onto blooming plants if bees are actively foraging in the treated area.

    Active Ingredient: Dinotefuran 70%

    Target pests: Sucking and chewing insects including brown marmorated stink bug, Banded Wing Whitefly, Leafhopper, Plant Bug, Silverleaf Whitefly, Sweetpotato Whitefly, Thrips, Leafminer, Whiteflies, Colorado Potato Beetle, Flea Beetle, Grape Mealybug, Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter, Psyllid

    For use in: cotton, cucurbits, fruiting vegetables, grape, head & stem brassica, leafy vegetables and potato

    Higher water volumes provide improved insect control. Begin applications when first pest activity is noticed
    or when insects reach threshold levels per State and County Extension Service recommendations. Repeat
    as needed to maintain control, but not more often than every 1 4 days. For best results, time application before a damaging population becomes established. Under severe pest pressure, use the higher
    recommended rates. The rate applied affects the length of control. Use the high rate where infestations occur later in crop development, or where pest pressure is continuous. Venom Insecticide may be mixed and/or alternated with commonly used insecticides to comply with local IPM and resistance management programs. To optimize resistance management practices, no more than three (3) applications of Venom Insecticide per growing season are allowed.