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The active ingredient in Forbid, spiromesifen, represents a new class of chemistry, called the tetramic acids. Due to its novel mode of action, foliar-applied Forbid offers growers an effective tool for management of mites resistant to conventional products.
Forbid features translaminar activity, controlling mites on both sides of leaves, and has activity from egg through adult life stages.
Blister mites, broad mites, flat mites, rust mites, spider mites (including twospotted, southern red, boxwood, spruce and euonymous mites), whiteflies (including sweetpotato, silverleaf, giant and greenhouse)
Please see the product label for a full list of pests.
Forbid 4F Insecticide/Miticide - Label
Forbid 4F Insecticide/Miticide - MSDS
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