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Acephate 97UP is a cost efficient alternative to Orthene that is made from high quality ingredients. This formulation is low odor and controls over 125 different insects listed on the label in certain crops, greenhouses, turf, nurseries, and ornamentals. Acephate 97UP is great for Fire Ants, too!
Same active ingredient as Orthene.
|Active Ingredient:||Acephate - 97%|
|Target pests:||Fire Ants, Aphids, Grasshoppers, Beetles, Loopers, Cutworms, Thrips, Whiteflies, Borers, Armyworms, Bollworm, Tobacco Budworm, Stink Bugs and over 125 insects
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Turf-grass, certain Crops and Ornamental Plants in Greenhouses and Nurseries
* See label for complete details
|Application:||* See label for complete application instructions|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
Group 1 Insecticide
|Shipping Weight:||1.09 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||United Phosphorus Inc.|
Acephate 97UP is water soluble and provides systemic control of insects through root uptake. Insects eat the foliage of the plants and die. Acephate 97UP also acts on contact, but is more effective when insects ingest the insecticide.
ACEPHATE 97UP is an insecticide for control of pests on selected agricultural crops and in certain non-crop areas. The active ingredient in ACEPHATE 97UP is acephate, a water-soluble insecticide readily absorbed by plant roots and foliage to give systemic control of feeding insects. Insect pests are generally controlled more effectively by ACEPHATE 97UP through ingestion than by contact. To maintain control repeat application of ACEPHATE 97UP as directed.
Apply in 20 to 100 gallons of water per acre by conventional ground equipment to ensure thorough coverage of the target crop.
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5 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Great for fire ants
By Bw in Fayetteville, NC on 05/21/2013
I mix 9 tablespoons with 4 lbs of white corn meal, 3 cups of sugar and 1 large package of a red jellow mix. stir and stir. let is sit for at least 24 yrs. keep it in a SEALED container. You only need about 1/2 tablespoon on a hill of fire ants. Don't wet it, don't disturb them. They next day the mixure will appear pink and the ants are history. If it is a HUGE mound put a little more and you might need to wait about 3 days to get them all. It works !!
4 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Acephate 97UP Insecticide
By Nat in hOUSTON, TX on 09/18/2012
a decrease of the seen roaches, but definily it has not solved the problem. In the past i have used other products that were more effective but that was years ago. I could not in good faith recommend this product. when its all used up i will continue my search to find a better solution to my roach problem.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Efficient and on time
By in Houston, Texas on 08/17/2013
Very good service - quick shipping. Excellent. This is how all other retailers should work!!!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Dick in Camp Verde, AZ on 10/09/2014
The product did a great job of killing the grasshoppers in my yard and on shrubs. It did not seam to harm my dog, but it did make her sneeze and wheeze for about three days. I would have liked to spray it again, but I am afraid of killing the birds that have come to eat the from my juniper tree. Next year I will spry sooner, if the product keeps that long.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Acephate 97UP Insecticide
By Leo in Oviedo Fl on 11/27/2015
Worked very well
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08/11/2013 Erhard from Burlington, Ontario, Canada
QWhat are the mixing instructions for Acephate 97UP in a greenhouse?
I have a greenhouse full of orchids
AYou did not mention what type of insect you are trying to treat but per page 22 of product label you would use between 4 - 8 oz in 100 gallons of water. Please refer to the label for complete instructions on the particular pest you are treating for.
06/02/2015 Kyle from Hobgood Nc
QHow log can Acephate 97UP be applied before a heavy rain and still be effective?
AAs long as Acephate 97UP Insecticide has had time to dry, which can take 2 hours or more, rain will not wash it away.
08/31/2013 Tom from Hickory,nc
QHow much spray will a 1 pound bag of Acephate 97UP Insecticide make?
AThe Acephate gets used at a variety of rates depending on the insect you are treating for. You will use up to 1 lb per acre and the water you dilute it with will be depending on how much you need to cover your area. The water in this case acts as a carrier, so whether it takes you 10 gallons or 50 gallons of water to cover an acre of area adequately, both are correct so long as you are using the correct amout of acephate over that acre.
06/01/2015 Jim from Libertyville, Il
QCan you tell me what two grams of Acephate 97 equals in teaspoons?
for thrips control on orchids. Thanks!
AAcephate 97UP Insecticide 2 grams equals 1/2 teaspoon.
04/30/2014 Janet from Port Townsend, Wa
QHow much Acephate 97UP in a two gallon sprayer for rhody weevils?
Suburban garden usage
AYou did not state specifically what plant you are trying to eliminate the weevils from, however in all areas of the Acephate 97UP Product Label, it states to use a rate of 12oz per acre for weevil eliminateion. This will come down to roughly 0.27 oz per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water.
03/20/2016 Robert from Augusta, Ga
QHow much Acephate 97UP insecticide do I mix per gallon of water?
Spraying outside perimeter of home and along baseboards for pest control and the directions have been misplaced. I need to know what ratio I should use...please advise
A For outdoor and perimeter spray excluding residental turf with†Acephate 97UP Insecticide the rate is 1.2 oz per gallon of water.†It does only list wasps, ants, crickets, earwigs, and pillbugs†on the product label for this application, so it would not be the best product for general pest control and cannot be used inside for any reason.†For general pest control we would recommend something like Talstar P which is labeled for over 75 pests and can be used by inside and outside.
For outdoor and perimeter spray excluding residental turf with†Acephate 97UP Insecticide the rate is 1.2 oz per gallon of water.†It does only list wasps, ants, crickets, earwigs, and pillbugs†on the product label for this application, so it would not be the best product for general pest control and cannot be used inside for any reason.†For general pest control we would recommend something like Talstar P which is labeled for over 75 pests and can be used by inside and outside.
06/03/2015 Jed from Kansas City, Mo
QIs Acephate 97UP Insecticide effective for a wooly aphid infestation on apple trees?
A couple other related questions: - Is this applied by spraying the tree, or by drenching the roots? - I have a vegetable garden right by the apple trees. Could this harm pollinators? Thanks for any help.
05/28/2015 Ed from Gahanna, Ohio
QHow much should I use?
I have Leaf miner on my boxwood shrubs which are about 20 in Diameter. how much and how often should I treat the shrubs. Thanks
AAcephate 97UP Insecticide should be used when the leafminers appear. You will repeat every 14 days as needed. The label also states that the product should not be sprayed 3 times in a tree or shrubs growing season. You will use 0.25 lbs per 100 gallons of water.
04/05/2015 Iris from Hayes, Va
QAre pecans safe to eat when acephate has been used?
My tree has tent catapillars
AThe Acephate is not specifically labeled as safe to use on Pecans for tent caterpillars, however other nut trees are on the label and it states you cannot harvest any of it for a year after Acephate 97 has been applied. You could use something like Fertilome Triple Action to spray your tree with for tent caterpillars and it can be used right up to day of harvest.
06/16/2014 James from Georgia
QWill Acephate kill horn worms on tomatoes
I need this answered immediately please....
AAcephate 97UP Insecticide is not labeled for Tomato plants. We recommend using Sevin Dust for hornworms on Tomato plants.
03/05/2014 Andy from Great Falls, Mt
QI've got an ash tree that has had Ash Leaf Curl from aphids. My research has shown the best fix to be Acephate
One article in particular said "Since the aphids are hidden inside the curled leaf, contact insecticides will not work well. If you decide to use an insecticide, a systemic insecticide that is absorbed by the plant will work the best. There are some systemic insecticides that can be applied as a soil drench in the root zone, but it takes several weeks for the chemical to course from the roots to the leaves, so results may take a while. Remember to read and follow label directions on all pesticides!" So is there an orthene acephate that could be used as a soil drench and when should I drench it? Thanks for your time.
01/14/2014 Dennis from West Palm Beach, Fl
QWhat dilution rate of Acephate 97UP should I use for palm borers? Is a foliar or drenching application best?
AAcephate 97UP is not specifically labeled for palm borers. We recommend that you contact the manufacturer (United Phosphorous) at 800.438.6071 for further information.
09/19/2013 Daniel from Del Rio, Texas
QI have german roaches in my kitchen and need to know the mixing instructions for this product.
AAcephate 97 is not labeled for indoor roach control so we cannot recommend a usage rate. Instead, we recommend you choose a product that is specifically labeled for roach control: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/roach-spray-c-2_71.html
08/31/2013 Jatinder from Patiala Punjab India
QWhich chemical is cheapest to effectively control of bollworm?
the worm near roots which cuts from center
AThe only product that we are familiar with that is labeled for bollworm control is Acephate 97UP. You may want to contact your local department of agriculture for futher advice on this pest.
08/15/2013 Linda from Lindsay Ca
QCan the Acephate 97UP be broadcast in dry form with a spreader?
AAcephate 97UP is a water-soluble insecticide that has to be mixed with water. It is a systemic that will be readily absorbed by plant roots and foliage so you would not be able to apply in dry form with a spreader.