Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran

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Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran bottle(s)(12 oz.) $119.95
Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran - 3 lb. jug jug (3 lbs.) $359.25
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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 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.


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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  • 10 of 12 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 Stars  White flies on coconut trees
    By Doug 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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  • 5 of 5 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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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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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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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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November 26, 2013 Dinah from Texas asked:

QHow much do I need to treat a sago palm for cycade scale?
What are the proportions to dilute Safari? How much Safari product do I need to treat the palm 5-6 times? Will Safari kill the existing scale (so that I don't have to cut off the infested leaves), or do I still need to cut all infested leaves (which is almost all the leaves) and only treat whatever will be left of the palm with Safari?

A The dilution rate for a foliar spray would be 1.0 tsp per gallon of water to cover 200 sq ft. We recommend that you speak with the manufacturer of Safari so they can provide additional treatment options and times using their product. Valent Corp 800.682.5368

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October 12, 2013 Irvin from Loveland, Co asked:

QYou answer about pine bark beetles is in error and should be clarified
Pine bark beetles are longhorned beetles (genus Dendroctonus) whose larvae are round-headed borers, both of which are listed on the label. Same for imidacloprid. This is not to say that either product is 100 percent effective because infestations of flat-headed borers are difficult to treat after they reach the heartwood. But adults must chew their way in and out through sapwood where they are susceptible.

A Thank you for your feedback. Our answer comes as a result of much research and speaking to industry experts and field researchers. Pine bark beetles have been shown time and again through univeristy field testing that they are not controlled by systemic insecticides such as dinotefuran and imidacloprid. In this case we do stand by our original answer. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

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August 25, 2013 Earl from / asked:

QWill Safari 20SG be effective on infested trees with pine bark beetles or used for prevention only?

A Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide is not specifically labeled for pine bark beetles. The biggest key with this insect is timing to ensure the infestation doesn't get out of hand. Once the tree is infested there isnt much you can do other than chop down the tree and burn it to try and prevent the current live ones from getting into any neighboring trees.

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August 21, 2013 Lonnie from Fort Collins, Co asked:

QCan Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran be used to treat Euonymus scale?

A Yes,  Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran can be used to treat for Euonymus scale. Please follow the product label link for specific mixing and application instructions.

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August 19, 2013 Dan from Point Richmond, Ca asked:

QShould I use Safari again for my myoporum tree?
The product used was Safari. I would like to treat it again. Your recommendation?

A Yes, Safari is a terrific product if applied correctly and we could recommend that for you again. If you have any further questions, please contact us at 866-581-7378 and we would be more than happy to further assist you.

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June 19, 2013 John from Olympia, Wa asked:

QDoes this kill bumblebees, honeybees or ladybugs?
Does this kill bumblebees, honeybees or ladybugs?

A Yes, Safari 20SG Systemic Insecticide with Dinotefuran is highly toxic to bees and may harm other beneficials.

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June 9, 2013 Louis from N. Royalton, Oh. asked:

QIf I use Safari as a basal trunk spray for emerald ash borer do I also have to do a soil drench with Imidaclop
rid?

A 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

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June 4, 2013 Patrick from Challis, Idaho asked:

QHow far will a 3 lb jug go on pine scale? Drench or spray.
I am getting a lot of trees with pine scale. When is the optimum time to treat them?

A The best time to treat is once in mid-April and then about 10 days later so that you get the crawlers when they hatch, which can occur over 2-4 week period. Once you've knocked the population back, you shouldn't have to retreat it every year. It may take two years, though, to get it under control.The length Safari 20SG will treat all depends on how large the diameter of the trees are. Please refer to the application charts on the product label.

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May 25, 2013 Mark from Florida asked:

QTreatment for Benjamin and Spiraling Whitefly
Safari 20SG is labeled for whitefly. If it isn't too much trouble, I have 3 questions pertaining to this product as I have both Spiraling and Benjamin whitefly: 1) the spiraling whitefly is so much LARGER than other whitefly varieties, should the dosage be adjusted for a larger bodied insect? 2) looking at the label directions for trees/large hedges on their site (link below), soil drench instructions indicate by grams or ounces but do not indicate the amount of "finished solution" to be applied as they do for containers. Are the directions provided meant as grams/ounces per 100 gallons which would require a finished product equivalent like their potted plants or is this application rate per tree? 3) is it preferable to use trunk diameter or hedge height since hedges are merely shaped trees and could potentially have a larger trunk than would be supported by the height of the hedge? This information would be helpful in determining the amount I will need to purchase. LINK: http://www.valenttrainingmodules.com/safari/index.cfm?page=15 Many thanks in advance for your assistance with this! Please feel free to edit as necessary if you choose to place on the Q&A section of the Safari website. Mark

A Safari is a fairly complicated product to use and we want to make sure you are getting the correct usage information so we are recommending that you contact Valent directly. You can reach Valent by calling 800-682-6368.

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April 28, 2013 Gary from Green River, Wyoming asked:

QI bought Safari 20SG to spray cotton wood tress for scales-directions confusing
Can you provide clearer instructions on how much Safari 20SG spray power to mix in a gallon of water to control scales on my cotton wood and apspen trees. The directions with the spray were very confusing for a spray tank sprayer. My Order NO.11615820 Thanks

A For a foliar spray you can use 1.0 tsp per gallon of water to cover 200 sq ft.

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