Beethoven TR Total Release Fogger Miticide Insecticide-2oz to add to your rotation for greater control of greenhouse pests
Beethoven TR miticide/insecticide, with the active ingredient etoxazole, is a new total release aerosol from BASF. It provides control of mites, including the two-spotted spider mite, and suppresses whiteflies. In addition, Beethoven TR offers quick and easy application, thorough coverage, excellent plant safety and flexible re-entry times.
This unique total release formulation is also a great Space Mix partner with other BASF total release insecticides, including Attain, 1300 Orthene, Tame/Orthene, Pyrethrum and Duraplex, giving growers another easy-to-use rotation option for even greater control of greenhouse pests.
Where to Use Beethoven TR
Commercial greenhouses on bedding plants, cut flowers, hanging baskets, foliage, potted plants and ornamentals for control of Mites, including two-spotted spider mites, Whiteflies (suppression).
Refer to product label for additional information.
Keys to Success
- The top of the Beethoven TR can should be at or above the plant canopy before application.
- Clear out a three-foot area around the can to prep for application.
- The can should be at room temperature during the application.
- Close all vents and doors to the area being treated.
- Shut down all HAF fans just before activating cans. HAF fans should remain off for a minimum of three hours or all night.
- For single-level plants, choose the low rate; for multiple-level plants, choose the high rate.
- Do not make more than two applications per crop cycle or within a six-month period of time.
- Do not use on crops grown for food or feed.
- Active Ingredients: Etoxazole -- 5%
- Cover : up to 3,000 sq.ft. (40' x 125' x 10' ceiling)
- The active ingredient etoxazole is classified as a mite growth regulator and is most effective on eggs and youngest immature stages. Activity is by contact and ingestion. As a growth regulator, activity is slow, so Beethoven should not be used to reduce a well-established spider mite (or whitefly) infestation. Products with rapid activity on nymphs and adults should be added to the rotation.
- See full label for additional label restrictions.