Conserve SC Turf and Ornamental is a specialty insecticide that makes use of Spinosad as the active ingredient. Spinosad is made as a result of a fermentation of a naturally occuring organism which gives you the benefit of using a biological pest control product and the effectiveness of a synthetic. Conserve SC works quickly to kill listed pests and reduce the damage being done to turf and plants. Whether you are operating a nursery or greenhouse; are an arborist, lawn care professional, or golf course superintendent Conserve SC will provide effective control of pests without damaging listed ornamentals or turfs.
Conserve SC is low odor, very active at low use rates, and a four hour WPS re-entry interval (REI).
|Active Ingredient:||spinosad (including Spinosyn A and Spinosyn D) - 11.6%|
|Target pests:||Thrips, lepidopterous larvae, foliage feeding worms, leafminers, Eastern tent caterpillars, fire ants, and other listed pests.|
|For use in:||Fruiting vegetables, cucurbits, cole crops (Brassica), leafy vegetables, tuberous vegetables, stone fruit, apple and citrus trees, commercial aquatic plants, trees and ornamentals, tree farms or plantations, and turfgrass.|
|Application:||Should be mixed with water and applied in a manner to provide complete and uniform plant coverage.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|Special Features:||Offers a unique mode of action which makes it compatible with resistance management programs and therefore IPM compatible|
|Manufactured By:||Dow AgroSciences|
Knowing when to control insect pests is as important as knowing which insects to control. Applications should be timed to occur when insect pests are still young and small — when they’re most vulnerable. Spray Conserve SC just prior to when insect pests reach a damaging level as indicated by scouting
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April 24, 2013Alvin from La Porte, Tx asked:
QWhat is the shelf life of the concentrate after opening Conserve SC?
AConserve SC has a shelf life of about 3-5 years from the date of purchase. They should be stored in a place where they are protected from over heating, freezing and direct sunlight to ensure the longest shelf life possible.