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  • Nature's Way Dipel Caterpillar Killer 40g Nature's Way Dipel Caterpillar Killer 40g

Nature's Way Dipel Caterpillar Killer 40g

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Yates Nature's Way Caterpillar Killer - Dipel

  • Certified for use in organic gardens by Australian Certified Organic (ACO)
  • Controls Armyworm, cotton bollworm, native budworm (Helicoverpa sp), cabbage moth caterpillars, cabbage white butterfly caterpillars, green looper, lightbrown apple moth caterpillars, pear looper, vine moth caterpillars, soybean looper, tobacco looper
  • Can be used on vegetables, fruits, vines, herbs, ornamental shrubs, flowers & trees
  • Safe for bees, ladybirds, birds, fish, mammals & pets
  • Contains 4 X 10g handy-sized sachets.

Yates Nature’s Way Caterpillar Killer is based on Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki, which is an insecticide derived from beneficial bacteria found in soil, on plant surfaces and also in insects. It specifically targets caterpillars and is safe for beneficial insects such as ladybirds and bees. Yates Nature's Way products are based on natural, low toxic & organic ingredients.

How it Works:
Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki affects the insect’s digestive system. The bacteria produce a toxic protein that paralyses the insect’s gut. Once a caterpillar eats treated foliage, it stops eating but may take up to 3-4 days to die and drop from the leaf. Directions for use

How to Use:
DO NOT spray when conditions are hot, or when soil is dry and plants are suffering from moisture stress. The best time to apply is in late afternoon.

How to Prepare:
Add required amount of Yates Nature’s Way Caterpillar Killer into about half the required amount of water, agitate, then pour the rest of the water on top and shake or stir till thoroughly mixed. Do not mix more spray than is needed.

Rate:
Mix one 10g sachet per 10L water OR 5g per 5L water.

How to Apply:
Spray when caterpillars or their damage first appear. It is important to spray both sides of all foliage. Respraying at 5 – 7 day intervals may be needed as more caterpillars hatch or under rainy conditions.

Crop:
Vegetables, fruits, vines, herbs, ornamental shrubs, flowers and trees.

Pests Controlled:
Armyworm, cotton bollworm, native budworm (Helicoverpa sp), cabbage moth caterpillar, cabbage white butterfly caterpillar, green looper, lightbrown, apple moth caterpillar, pear looper, vine moth caterpillar, soybean looper, tobacco looper. 



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Host / Environment APVMA Registered to Treat
Amenity Plantings - Abelia, Amenity Plantings - Acacia, Amenity Plantings - Acalypha, Amenity Plantings - Acer, Amenity Plantings - Actostaphylos, Amenity Plantings - Agonis, Amenity Plantings - Allocasuarina, Amenity Plantings - Ardisia, Amenity Plantings - Azalea, Amenity Plantings - Baccharis, Amenity Plantings - Banksia, Amenity Plantings - Barberry, Amenity Plantings - Bauhinia, Amenity Plantings - Beech Tree, Amenity Plantings - Berberis, Amenity Plantings - Betula, Amenity Plantings - Bignonia, Amenity Plantings - Boronia, Amenity Plantings - Bottlebrush, Amenity Plantings - Box, Amenity Plantings - Broom, Amenity Plantings - Buxus, Amenity Plantings - Callistemon, Amenity Plantings - Callitris, Amenity Plantings - Calluna, Amenity Plantings - Calytrix, Amenity Plantings - Camellia, Amenity Plantings - Cassia, Amenity Plantings - Casuarina, Amenity Plantings - Ceanothus, Amenity Plantings - Chamelaucium Uncinatum, Amenity Plantings - Cistus, Amenity Plantings - Clayera, Amenity Plantings - Clematis, Amenity Plantings - Clyostoma, Amenity Plantings - Coleonema, Amenity Plantings - Coprosma, Amenity Plantings - Correa, Amenity Plantings - Cotoneaster, Amenity Plantings - Cuphea, Amenity Plantings - Cypress Pine, Amenity Plantings - Cytisus, Amenity Plantings - Dodonea, Amenity Plantings - Erica, Amenity Plantings - Eriostemon Myoporoides, Amenity Plantings - Escallonia, Amenity Plantings - Eucalyptus, Amenity Plantings - Euonymus, Amenity Plantings - Eutaxia, Amenity Plantings - Fatshedera, Amenity Plantings - Felicia, Amenity Plantings - Fuschia, Amenity Plantings - Gardenia, Amenity Plantings - Geraldton Wax, Amenity Plantings - Gingko, Amenity Plantings - Grevillea, Amenity Plantings - Groundsel Bush, Amenity Plantings - Hakea, Amenity Plantings - Hardenbergia, Amenity Plantings - Heath, Amenity Plantings - Hibbertia, Amenity Plantings - Hibiscus, Amenity Plantings - Honey Myrtle, Amenity Plantings - Honeysuckle, Amenity Plantings - Hopbush, Amenity Plantings - Ilex, Amenity Plantings - Jasminum, Amenity Plantings - Justica, Amenity Plantings - Kalmia, Amenity Plantings - Kennedia, Amenity Plantings - Koelreuteria, Amenity Plantings - Lagenaria, Amenity Plantings - Lagerstroemia, Amenity Plantings - Lantana, Amenity Plantings - Lavender, Amenity Plantings - Lavendula, Amenity Plantings - Lechenaultia, Amenity Plantings - Leptospermum, Amenity Plantings - Leucodendron, Amenity Plantings - Leucothoe, Amenity Plantings - Ligustrum, Amenity Plantings - Liquidamber, Amenity Plantings - Liriope, Amenity Plantings - Lonicera, Amenity Plantings - Magnolia, Amenity Plantings - Mahonia, Amenity Plantings - Malus, Amenity Plantings - Maple, Amenity Plantings - Melaleuca, Amenity Plantings - Metrosideros, Amenity Plantings - Mintbush, Amenity Plantings - Monstera, Amenity Plantings - Myrtus, Amenity Plantings - Nandina, Amenity Plantings - Nerium, Amenity Plantings - Oaks, Amenity Plantings - Oleander, Amenity Plantings - Osmanthus, Amenity Plantings - Parahebe, Amenity Plantings - Philadelphus, Amenity Plantings - Philodendron, Amenity Plantings - Phoenix, Amenity Plantings - Photinia, Amenity Plantings - Pieris, Amenity Plantings - Pittosporum, Amenity Plantings - Platycladus, Amenity Plantings - Poplar, Amenity Plantings - Populus, Amenity Plantings - Prostanthera, Amenity Plantings - Prunus, Amenity Plantings - Pseudopanax, Amenity Plantings - Pyracantha, Amenity Plantings - Quercus, Amenity Plantings - Raphiolepis, Amenity Plantings - Rhidodendron, Amenity Plantings - Rhyncospermum, Amenity Plantings - Rosa, Amenity Plantings - Rose, Amenity Plantings - Rosemarinus, Amenity Plantings - Rosemary, Amenity Plantings - Russelia, Amenity Plantings - Sarsaparilla, Amenity Plantings - Sheoak, Amenity Plantings - Spiraea, Amenity Plantings - Syringa, Amenity Plantings - Syzygium, Amenity Plantings - Taxus, Amenity Plantings - Teatree, Amenity Plantings - Thryptomene, Amenity Plantings - Trachelospermum, Amenity Plantings - Tree, Amenity Plantings - Umbrellularia, Amenity Plantings - Viburnum, Amenity Plantings - Wa Peppermint, Amenity Plantings - Washingtonia, Amenity Plantings - Wattle, Amenity Plantings - Wax Flower, Amenity Plantings - Weigela, Amenity Plantings - Westringia, Amenity Plantings - Willow Myrtle, Amenity Plantings - Xylosma, Amenity Plantings - Yucca, Cereal Grain, Forestry - In Established Tree Areas, Forestry - Prior To Nursery Establishment, Forestry - Site Preparation Prior To Plan, Fruit, Herb, Oilseed Crop, Ornamental - Carnation, Ornamental - Chrysanthemum, Ornamental - Indoor Foliage Plant, Ornamental - Rose, Tobacco, Turf - Including Golf Courses (E.G., Fairways, Greens, Tees) And Sports Turf (E.G. Football And Rugby Pitches, Tennis, Bowls And Cricket Pitches), Racetracks, Parklands And Commercial And Residential Lawns., Vegetable - Bulb Vegetable, Vegetable - Cole Vegetable, Vegetable - Cucurbit, Vegetable - Fruiting Cucurbit, Vegetable - Leafy Vegetable, Vegetable - Legume Vegetable, Vegetable - Root Vegetable, Vegetable - Stalk Vegetable, Vegetable - Stem Vegetable, Vegetable - Tuber Vegetable, Vine - Berry, Vine - Grapevine, Vine - Kiwifruit, Vine - Passionfruit Armyworm - Spodoptera Spp., Cabbage Moth - Diamondback Moth, Cabbage White Butterfly, Cotton Budworm Or Bollworm - Corn Earworm, Cotton Budworm Or Bollworm - Cotton Bollworm, Cotton Budworm Or Bollworm - Heliothis, Cotton Budworm Or Bollworm - Tobacco Budworm, Cotton Budworm Or Bollworm - Tomato Grub, Grapevine Moth, Light Brown Apple Moth, Native Budworm Or Bollworm - Heliothis, Native Budworm Or Bollworm - Native Bollworm, Painted Vine Moth, Soybean Looper - Diachrysia Orichalcea, Tobacco Looper Or Looper Caterpillar, Twig Looper - Pear Looper, Vegetable Or Green Looper - Looper Caterpillar, Vegetable Or Green Looper - Plusia Chalcites

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