Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran

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Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran

Safari Insecticide, a super-systemic insecticide with quick uptake and knockdown, controls a broad spectrum of ferocious and invasive pests, including Q- and B-biotype whitefly, hemlock woolly adelgid, emerald ash borer, mealybug, leafminer, fungus gnat, black vine weevil, glassy-winged sharpshooter, armored and soft scale and lacebugs some of the most costly pests that affect high value greenhouse and nursery crops such as poinsettia and hibiscus, as well as trees, shrubs and herbaceous ornamentals in the lawn and landscape market.


Active Ingredient: Dinotefuran 20%
Target pests: See label for complete list. Control Insects: adelgids, aphids, flatheaded borer such as flatheaded appletree borer, sharpshooters, lacebugs, leaf beetles, leafhoppers, leafminers, mealybugs, psyllids, root weevils, roundheaded borers, scales (armored and soft), thrips (suppression), whiteflies, white grubs.
Yield: Yield varies depending on crop and pest being treated. As an example: four to eight ounces per 100 gallons as a spray and 12 to 24 ounces per 100 gallons as a drench.
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Manufactured By: Valent Usa Corp



Safari Insecticide, a super-systemic insecticide with quick uptake and knockdown, controls a broad spectrum of ferocious and invasive pests, including Q- and B-biotype whitefly, hemlock woolly adelgid, emerald ash borer, mealybug, leafminer, fungus gnat, black vine weevil, glassy-winged sharpshooter, armored and soft scale and lacebug—some of the most costly pests that affect high value greenhouse and nursery crops such as poinsettia and hibiscus, as well as trees, shrubs and herbaceous ornamentals in the lawn and landscape market.

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  • 11 of 13 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 Stars  White flies on coconut trees
    By Doug in Matlacha, FL on April 27, 2013
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    I followed directions and applied four times over a three week period. It didn't have any effect on white flies on coconut trees in SW Florida. I used Dominion 2L and it worked with one treatment in three weeks. Only cost $75 for three bottles to do 20 trees. Spent over $500 on Safari. Very disapointed. DMOPC was excellent to deal with on both products.

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  • 6 of 6 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Safari
    July 30, 2013

    Worked great on my Sago Palm Scale and the scale on my crotons.

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    4 of 5 Stars  Saving Coconut Palms
    By William in Punta Gorda, FL on May 19, 2014
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    Injected Dinotefuran into the coconut palms via a 1/4" hole, 2" deep. (The trees are 9" diameter.) One hole per tree. With a syringe, I filled the hole(s) twice a day for two weeks. The trees sucked up the "medicine". After two weeks, the fronds had stopped dropping. It works !

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    4 of 5 Stars  Safari 20SG
    By Jeff in Blue Ridge, GA on May 28, 2014

    I bought two 3 pound bottles to tree my hemlock trees in Fannin County, GA. I recommend that you find a clean container to hold your water and this chemical. Mix thoroughly in it first and then transfer to your sprayer.

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    5 of 5 Stars  Safari keeps the scale off of our Sago Palm
    By David in Sun City Center, FL on June 4, 2014
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    We noticed that our Sago Palm had terrible problems with scale last year. I read that the University of Florida recommended Safari to rid Sago palm's of scale. I apply it to the soil around our palm in May and September. It has worked well and our palm tree is again looking good. The price found here was the best that I could find and their delivery is quite prompt.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  eradicating myaporum thrips in California with Safari
    By Richard in Pacific Grove, Ca on March 4, 2015
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    Too soon to tell if the basal trunk application will be successful but that's what local pest control companies would have done for SUBTANTIALLY more cost than buying the Safari from DoMyOwn PestControl. This company is easy to work with with outstanding customer service. I highly recommend them and doing your own pest control is not all that difficult and the cost savings is outrageous.

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June 23, 2012 Tommy from Rockford, Va asked:

QThere does not seem to be any instructions for use of Safari as a basal truck spray. ie. Hemlock Wooly Adelgid

ASafari can be applied as a basal trunk spray.  It is part of a supplemental label that is distributed by the manufacturer separately.  Here is a link to an application video with Safari from the manufacturer you should watch: http://www.valent.com/professional/products/safari/video.cfm

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June 19, 2013 Michele from Tiffin, Ohio asked:

QWhat is the half-life of this product with respect to the level of water PH when mixed?
We are trying to see how long it takes the product to start to degrade and lose its effectiveness.

AIf kep out of the heat Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran will last between 3-5 years. The mixed solution needs to be used within 24 hours of mixing.

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February 27, 2013 James from Boles, Ar The Tree Is In Ft. Smith Ar. asked:

QWill Safari 20SG kill carpenter worms?
I'm arborist and own a tree service; I've come across a Red Oak that has a number of problems, besides the borers for which I recommended a systemic insecticide {safari or Bayer landscape} , the tree also has misltoe, Hypoxylon canker which are being removed if the damage is to great. However the other day I found a couple carpenterworms in the tree and am concerned that there is a bigger infestation in the tree and was concerned that the systemic insecticides would not affect the carpenterworm.

ASafari is not labeled for carpenter worm control and would likely only help provide control of the insects if they are sprayed directly before they bored beneath the bark. Systemic insecticides in general will not work for this pest because they live just beneath the bark. Unfortunately control is usually limited to only mechanical control by probing the tunnels with a wire to kill pupa, larva and eggs and then sealing the holes or destroying heavily infested trees.

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April 10, 2013 Karl from Monroeville Nj asked:

QI understand that Safari will control bagworms. What's the best application for 30 foot pine trees?

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Safari is not labeled for and is not recommended for bagworm control. We do not know of any systemic that is left on the market that will work for bagworm control.

Bagworm recommendations:

It is important to start control methods before a major infestation occurs. Once the bagworms have matured and have formed the "bag" most chemical control methods will no longer work.

You can manually control bagworms by simply plucking them off of the infested trees and dropping them into a bucket of soapy water or squishing them.  This control method is most useful during fall, winter and early spring, before the eggs inside the bag have hatched.

Chemical control may be achieved when the larvae are small and just emerging from the over-wintering bag.  Use a concentrated liquid insecticide such as Talstar or Tempo. Foliage should be thoroughly whetted with the insecticide spray in order to achieve thorough coverage.  When doing an insecticide treatment, timing is key. To find out the correct time of year to treat for bagworms in your region contact you local Cooperative Extension office. These offices can prove to be invaluable when treating for insect pests.

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February 21, 2013 Ivy from Aspen, Colorado asked:

QTo control spidermites on a tropical plant in a home should I Safari systemic granules or foliar spray?

ASafari 20SG cannot be used indoors and it is not labeled for spider-mite control. We are unaware of any systemic product that is labeled for indoor use for spider-mite control. Instead we would recommend a foliage spray product such as Talstar P which is labeled for use on ornamental plants indoors and is also labeled for spider-mites.

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April 13, 2015 Kathy from Media, Pa asked:

QWe plan on using this product on our ash tree for ash borer. When is good time to apply?

A You  can apply the Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran at any time as long as the ground is not frozen or when the plant is dormant. If you are already seeing activity then you can apply right away.

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March 24, 2015 Sandy from Novato asked:

QWhy is Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran not allowed in CA

A Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran is listed as restricted to that state per state regulation. We apologize for this inconvenience. 

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March 21, 2015 Steve from St. James Mo asked:

QHow much Safari 20SG do I add to 16 ounces of water in a Gilmour 362 hose end sprayer?

A We need more information in order to answer your question properly. What are you treating for? What exactly are you treating on? Keep in mind that Safari 20SG Insecticide is a systemic that needs to be mixed in no less than 10 gallons of water.

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January 2, 2015 Mary from Huntersville asked:

QWill Safari 20SG prepared as a soil drench control scale on a pin oak?
Pin oak is planted in a 3 foot strip of soil between the road and sidewalk in a subdivision. No wonder it's stressed!

A Safari is certainly labeled to control scale, but honestly if will control it or not will depend more on what type of scale it is (soft or armored) and what life cycle/stage it is in as more mature stages can be almost impossible to control. Can you give us more information or see if a pest control company in your area can identify the type of scale you have?

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August 24, 2014 John from Maryland asked:

QIs a surfactant recommended for basal bark treatment of hemlock woolly adelgid?
10-70 cm dbh hemlocks. The larger ones have very woody bark.

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Per the product label, you can mix Safari 20SG with a surfactant, but it may not be very helpful for woolly adelgids in particular since they are mostly controlled by ingesting the active ingredient rather than by contact:

Tank mixing with a surfactant may improve control of pests such as whitefly, mealybug and scale. Confirm plant safety of tank mix in small area before using on a commercial scale.

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August 3, 2014 Kelly from Wy asked:

QSafari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with DinotefuranDosage Instructions Vague at Best
Need mixing/dosage amounts for basal trunk spray.

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Yes, the product label can be quite confusing. Safari can be applied as a basal trunk spray.  It is part of a supplemental label that is distributed by the manufacturer separately.  Here is a link to an application video with Safari from the manufacturer you should watch: http://www.valent.com/professional/products/safari/video.cfm Please let us know if you have any more questions.

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June 20, 2014 Maria from Canonsburg Pa asked:

QCan I use Safari 20SG on greenhouse vegetables?

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Safari 20SG Insecticide should NOT be applied to greenhouse grown vegetables per the product label. Please let us know what you are treating and we can help you select a product that will better fit your needs. We can be reached at 866.581.7378 M-F 9-5 PM EST.

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June 20, 2014 Kevin asked:

QWhat to use to rid scales on sago palms?
Each time I cut back the leaves on my sego palm, the scales infest all the leaves and into the crown of the plant. Tried malathion, volck oil, systemic granuals, etc. but nothing seems to work.

A We would recommend applying Safari for the treatment of scale. Please refer to the product label for mixing and application instructions..

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June 8, 2014 Isabelle from Houston, Texas asked:

QWill Safari kill white flies and aphids in an orchids greenhouse?
How many times do I have to spray, and what is the application per gallon of water for misting system set 1:100? Is a 3lb size in liquid or solids??

A Yes, Safari is labeled for white flies and aphids in a greenhouse. You would spray once and if it is necessary to do a second application, it should be done 14-21 days after the inital one. The application is 1:100. It is a water soluble granule.

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June 4, 2014 Dave from Boise, Idaho asked:

QSensation Maple with Armored or Oyster scale
Which product (Zylam or Safari) would work best for an armored scale or oyster shell scale on a Sensation Maple tree. Would I use either product as a drench or trunk spray? Thank you so very much for a reply!!!!!

A Either product will work very well to control armored scale on your Maple tree. It would be best to use the Safari 20 SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuron as a systemic soil drench as well as a foliar spray. Please be sure to read the product label before complete use instructions. 

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