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1 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals Control Recommendations for 2011 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control ARBORVITAE CEDAR icide INSECT Bagworms General : See ANR-191, "Controlling Bagworms on Ornamentals. Homeowners can hpick bags. icides can be used to control bagworms if applied early in the spring (May) or summer (June) while caterpillars are small. + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT Bacillus thuringiensis AMERICAN BRAND THURICIDE SAFER CATERPILLAR bifenthrin ORTHO BUG B GON MAX LAWN AND GARDEN INSECT carbaryl FERTILOME LIQUID CAR- BARYL GARDEN Spray HI-YIELD 10% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST HI-YIELD 5% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST INSECT 4 t. 1-4 t. 4 t. Concentrate, 1 T. Use according to label directions. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. NOTE: Before using any insecticide on a species NOT listed on the label, spray a small inconspicuous portion of the plant s foliage, wait 48 hours, see if any signs of spray damage appear. Apply spray only if no signs of spray damage appear. Rates apply only to formulations listed in the table. If other formulations are used, apply at rates specified on the container IPM-1304

2 2/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide ARBORVITAE CEDAR (cont.) Bagworms (cont.) + imidacloprid INSECT esfenvalerate ORTHO BUG B GON MAX GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE INSECT READY-TO- USE gamma-cyhalothrin SPECTRACIDE TRIAZICIDE ONCE AND DONE! INSECT lambda-cyhalothrin ENFORCER FLEA FOR YARDS VI malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS 0.5 T. 0.5 T. HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU HI-YIELD PERMETHRIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET AND LIVE- STOCK SPECTRICIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT pyrethrins + potassium salts of fatty acids CONCERN MULTI-PURPOSE INSECT 1.5 t. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. Apply when bagworm larvae begin to hatch. Apply when bagworm larvae begin to hatch. Treat in spring or early summer when bagworms are small. Repeat in 10 to 14 days if necessary.

3 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/3 icide ARBORVITAE CEDAR (cont.) Bagworms (cont.) spinosad FERTI-LOME BORER, BAGWORM, LEAFMINER AND TENT CATERPILLAR BOXELDER 4 T. Boxelder Bugs Boxelder bugs are more of a nuisance when insects congregate on buildings indoors in the fall than they are a pest of plants. Bugs can be vacuumed when they enter buildings. See the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Web publication "Boxelder Bug" for more information on the bug's biology control. The following insecticide recommendations are for outdoor use. carbaryl HI-YIELD 10% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST HI-YIELD 5% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST INSECT + imidacloprid GARDEN ROSE AND FLOWER INSECT RTS gamma-cyhalothrin SPECTRACIDE TRIAZICIDE ONCE AND DONE! INSECT Concentrate, 1 T. lambda-cyhalothrin BONIDE BEETLE 0.5 T. malathion ORTHO MALATHION PLUS HI-YIELD PERMETHTIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET, AND LIVESTOCK HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU SPECTRACIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT 1 T. 1.5 t. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has completely dried. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried.

4 4/Alabama Cooperative Extension System BOXELDER (cont.) Boxelder Bugs (cont.) icide pyrethrins + potassium salts of fatty acids SAFER BRAND BUG PATROL LAWN AND LANDSCAPE INSECTICIDE pyrethrins + piperonyl butoxide RAID HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG rotenone + pyrethrin BONIDE LIQUID ROTENONE PYRETHRINS 2 t. s-bioallethrin + deltamethrin BONIDE SPIDER DOGWOOD See North Carolina State University Web publication "s Related Pests of Shrub," for more information on the biology control of several dogwood insect pests. Dogwood Borers HI-YIELD INDOOR/OUTDOOR BROAD USE INSECTICIDE INCL. TURF, GARDENS, AND ORN. Dogwood Club Gall fl.oz. See. No pesticides are recommended. Pruning removal of galls may be helpful. Oystershell Scale acetamiprid ACETAMIPRID RTU INSECTICIDE ORTHO FLOWER, FRUIT, AND VEGETABLE INSECT carbaryl LIQUID CARBARYL GARDEN INSECT Concentrate, 1 T. For use on crawlers only. For use on crawlers only. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried.

5 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/5 DOGWOOD (cont.) Oystershell Scale (cont.) ELM icide horticultural oil DORMANT AND SUMMER OIL ORTHO VOLCK OIL lime sulfur HI-YIELD IMPROVED LIME SULFUR malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS Elm Bark Beetles HI-YIELD PERMETHTIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET, AND LIVESTOCK Dormant Season: 5.3 fl.oz. Growing Season: 2.5 fl.oz. 4 fl.oz fl.oz. dormant oil fl.oz. Apply oil as a dormant spray /or when crawlers are active. Dormant Spray Summer Oil Spray may be mixed with other insecticides with fungicides other than those containing sulfur. It may cause plant injury in house plants such as ivy, ferns, the like. DO NOT spray plants in mid-day with this spray if temperature is o above 85 F. Spray in late afternoon or early morning. DO o NOT spray when temperatures are below 40 F. For use as a dormant spray on deciduous trees shrubs only. Keep trees gowing vigorously to prevent infestations. Remove broken branches weak trees, which may serve as breeding sites. Apply in early May again in early June. See. Pesticides for this pest are for use by professionals only. Keep trees growing vigorously to prevent infestations. Re-move broken branches weak trees which may serve as breeding sites. Elm Leaf Beetles See the Ohio State University Extension Web publication Elm Leaf Beetle for more information on the biology control of the elm leaf beetle.

6 6/Alabama Cooperative Extension System ELM (cont.) Elm Leaf Beetles (cont.) icide carbaryl ELIMINATOR 5% SEVIN DUST ELIMINATOR 10% SEVIN DUST INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS Concentrate, 1 T. deltamethrin BUGGSLAYER INSECTICIDE disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO-USE GRANULES gamma-cyhalothrin SPECTRACIDE TRIAZICIDE ONCE AND DONE! INSECT imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT BONIDE SYSTEMIC GRANULES INSECT 8 T. per foot of plant height 0.5 T. lambda-cyhalothrin BONIDE BEETLE 0.5 T. BONIDE BUG BEATER II YARD AND GARDEN pyrethrins + piperonyl butoxide SPECTRACIDE BUG STOP FOR GARDENS See label for rates use. 1 fl.oz. 4 T. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray the product into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until the spray has dried. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant.

7 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/7 MAGNOLIA icide Magnolia Scale For more information on the biology control of magnolia scale, see Ohio State University Extension Web publication "Magnolia Scale Its Control." INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS horticultural oil FERTI-LOME DORMANT AND SUMMER OIL imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS Concentrate, 1 T. See label for rates use. Use for crawlers only. Apply to flowering plants in early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until the spray has dried. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant. Treat when crawlers are active, normally in August September.

8 8/Alabama Cooperative Extension System PINE icide Aphids For more information on controlling aphids, see Alabama Cooperative Extension System publication ANR-189, Controlling Aphids on Ornamentals." INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO-USE GRANULES horticultural oil FERTI-LOME DORMANT AND SUMMER OIL imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS Concentrate, 1 T. See label for rates use. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until the spray has dried. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant.

9 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/9 PINE (cont.) Black Turpentine Beetles icide HI-YIELD PERMETHTIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET, AND LIVESTOCK HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU SPECTRACIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT pyrethrins EVERGREEN PYRETHRUM DUST 1.5 t. Ips Engraver Beetles And Southern Pine Beetles For more information, see Alabama Cooperative Extension System publication "Management of Pine Bark Beetles Attacking Lscape Pines." imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT HI-YIELD PERMETHTIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET, AND LIVESTOCK HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU SPECTRACIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT pyrethrins EVERGREEN PYRETHRUM DUST See label for rates use. 1.5 t. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant. Trees should be kept vigorous free of injury. Spray trees adjacent to infested trees to prevent attack. Rapid tree removal is the only control once beetles have attacked. Spraying should be done by commercial applicators. In forest sts, promptly salvage all merchantable infested trees. Cut remaining trees destroy the infestation in these all remaining slash by burning. Sawflies For more information on the biology control of pine sawflies, see University of Kentucky Web publication Pine Sawflies." + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT azadirachtin SAFER BRAND BIONEEM INSECTICIDE AND REPELLENT MULTI-PURPOSE Treat when larvae are first detected. 3 fl.oz.

10 10/Alabama Cooperative Extension System PINE (cont.) Sawflies (cont.) icide carbaryl ELIMINATOR BUG SEVIN BRAND CARBARYL INSECTICIDE esfenvalerate ORTHO BUG B GON MAX GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE INSECT READY-TO- USE imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT lambda-cyhalothrin BONIDE CATERPILLAR malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS HI-YIELD 38 PLUS TURF, TERMITE AND ORN. INSECT CTRL. 38% PERMETHRIN thiamethoxam + lambdacyhalothrin MAXIDE DUAL ACTION INSECT See label for rates use. 0.5 T t. 3 fl.oz. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant. Apply when bagworm larvae begin to hatch.

11 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/11 PINE (cont.) icide Scale For more information on the biology control of scale insects on ornamental plants, see Texas Agricultural Extension Service Web publication "Scale s on Ornamental Plants." carbaryl LIQUID CARBARYL GARDEN 4 t. For treatment of crawlers, only. For treatment of crawlers, only. INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS gamma-cyhalothrin SPECTRACIDE TRIAZICIDE ONCE AND DONE! INSECT horticultural oil DORMANT AND SUMMER OIL ORTHO VOLCK OIL CONCERN PESTICIDAL OIL Concentrate, 1 T. 0.5 T. Dormant Season: 5.3 fl.oz. Growing Season: 2.5 fl.oz. 5 T. For treatment of crawlers, only. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. Apply oil as a dormant spray /or when crawlers are active. Dormant Spray Summer Oil Spray may be mixed with other insecticides with fungicides except those containing sulphur. It may cause plant injury in house plants such as ivy, ferns, the like. DO NOT spray plants in midday with Dormant Spray if o temperature is above 90 F. Spray in late afternoon or o early morning. Spray when temperature is above 40 F. there is no danger of freezing. DO NOT apply as a o foliar spray when temperature is above 80 F.

12 12/Alabama Cooperative Extension System PINE (cont.) Scale (cont.) icide malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS ORTHO BUG B GON GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE READY INSECT pyrethrins soap YARD AND GARDEN INSECT 10 T. Tip Moths (Including Nantucket Pine Tip Moths) For more information on the biology control of pine tip moths, see the USDA Forest Disease Web publication "Nantucket Pine Tip Moth." disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO-USE GRANULES imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT FERTILOME TREE AND SHRUB SYSTEMIC INSECT GRANULES SYCAMORE See label for rates use. DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant. Sycamore Lace Bugs For more information on the biology control of lace bugs on ornamentals, see Alabama Cooperative Extension System Web publication ANR-191, "Controlling Lace Bugs on Ornamentals." capsaicin ANIMAL REPELLENT CONTAINING NATURAL HOT PEPPER WAX

13 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/13 SYCAMORE (cont.) Sycamore Lace Bugs (cont.) icide carbaryl EASY GARDEN LIQUID GARDEN TECH SEVIN BUG GARDEN TECH SEVIN READY-TO-USE INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO-USE GRANULES imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT HI-YIELD SYSTEMIC INSECT GRANULES malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS ELIMINATOR HOME PEST INSECT CONROL pyrethrins EVERGREEN PYRETHRUM DUST 4 t. Concentrate, 1 T. See label for rates use. When insects are noticed, treat by covering foliage well with spray. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant. Treat foliage thoroughly, especially the undersides of leaves, when insects are detected. Repeat if needed.

14 14/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide VARIOUS TREES AND SHRUBS Aphids See Alabama Cooperative Extension System publication ANR-189, "Controlling Aphids on Ornamentals." acetamiprid ACETAMIPRID RTU INSECTICIDE INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO-USE GRANULES esfenvalerate ORTHO BUG B GON MAX GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE INSECT READY-TO- USE imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT insecticidal soap SAFER BRAND INSECT KILLING SOAP SAFER BRAND ROSE AND FLOWER INSECT insecticidal soap + pyrethrins SAFER BRAND YARD AND GARDEN INSECT See label for rates directions for use. See label for rates directions for use. 5 T. Treat infested trees shrubs in the fall to reduce the number producing over-wintering eggs. Begin treatment when aphids appear in the spring. DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant. Examine plants after two days spray again if needed. For other pests, spray weekly as needed up to three times. DO NOT make repeated sprays at short intervals without thoroughly rinsing foliage.

15 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/15 icide Aphids (cont.) malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS insecticidal oil FERTILOME SCALECIDE T. pyrethrum GORDON GARDEN GUARD Ambrosia Beetles See. Treat foliage thoroughly, especially the undersides of leaves, when insects are detected. Repeat if needed. Fertilome Scalecide is a dormant spray oil. Spray when o the temperature is above 40 F. there is no danger of freezing. DO NOT apply as a foliar spray when o temperature is above 80 F. Cut destroy infested plants. No chemical control is recommended. Azalea Caterpillars Caterpillars may be removed by h. Treat when larvae are small. For more information about the biology control of the azalea caterpillar, see North Carolina State University Web publication "Azalea Caterpillar." acetamiprid ACETAMIPRID RTU INSECTICIDE Bacillus thuringiensis AMERICAN BRAND THURI- CIDE SAFER BRAND CATER- PILLAR FERTILOME DIPEL DUST bifenthrin ORTHO BUG B GON MAX LAWN AND GARDEN INSECT 4 t. 1-4 t. Use according to label directions.

16 16/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide Azalea Caterpillars (cont.) carbaryl EASY GARDEN LIQUID FERTILOME LIQUID CAR- BARYL GARDEN GARDEN TECH SEVIN READY-TO-USE GARDEN TECH SEVIN BUG HI-YIELD 10% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST HI-YIELD 5% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS esfenvalerate ORTHO BUG B GON MAX GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE INSECT READY-TO- USE gamma-cyhalothrin SPECTRACIDE TRIAZICIDE ONCE AND DONE! INSECT 4 t. 4 t. Concentrate, 1 T. 0.5 T. When insects are noticed, treat by covering foliage well with spray. Bagworms icides may be used to control bagworms if applied early in the spring (May) or summer (June) while caterpillars are small. Also, homeowners may want to hpick the bags. See the Alabama Cooperative Extension System Web publication ANR-191, "Controlling Bagworms on Ornamentals." + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT

17 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/17 icide Bagworm (cont.) Bacillus thuringiensis AMERICAN BRAND THURI- CIDE SAFER BRAND CATER- PILLAR bifenthrin ORTHO BUG B GON MAX LAWN AND GARDEN INSECT carbaryl FERTILOME LIQUID CAR- BARYL GARDEN HI-YIELD 5% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST HI-YIELD 10% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS gamma-cyhalothrin SPECTRACIDE TRIAZIDE ONCE AND DONE! INSECT malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS 4 t. 1-4 t. 4 t. Concentrate, 1 T. 0.5 T. Use according to label directions. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. Apply to flowering plants during early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT spray into fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. Remove animal feeding dishes before applying. Keep children pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. For bagworm control, apply when bagworm larvae begin to hatch. Treat in spring or early summer when bagworms are small. Repeat in 10 to 14 days if necessary.

18 18/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide Bagworms (cont.) HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU HI-YIELD PERMETHRIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET AND LIVE- STOCK SPECTRACIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT pyrethrins CONCERN MULTI-PURPOSE INSECT spinosad FERTI-LOME BORER, BAG- WORM, LEAFMINER AND TENT CATERPILLAR CONSERVE NATURALYTE INSECT Black Twig Borers See. 1.5 t. 4 T. 4 T. Prune burn infested twigs. No chemical control is recommended. Cutworms See Web-based information in the Alternative Control Outreach Research Network (ACORN) for pesticide alternatives for cutworm control. Bacillus thuringiensis, var. kurstaki DIPEL DUST carbaryl CUTWORM AND CRICKET BAIT FERTILOME LIQUID CARBARYL GARDEN INSECT oz./ 50 sq.ft. 4 t. Concentrate, 1 T. For turf applications, use one pound per 1,000 square feet.

19 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/19 icide Cutworms (cont.) esfenvalerate ORTHO BUG B GON MAX GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE INSECT READY-TO- USE gamma-cyhalothrin SPECTRACIDE TRIAZICIDE ONCE AND DONE! INSECT 0.5 T. HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU HI-YIELD PERMETHRIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET AND LIVE- STOCK SPECTRACIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT 1.5 t. Eastern Tent Caterpillars Eastern tent caterpillars are found mostly on flowering fruit trees. Their webs are constructed in forks crotches of trees in spring. Treat when small webs are noticed. Treat late in the day when larvae are in webs. Direct spray into webs thoroughly saturate. As an alternative to spraying, webs larvae can be removed destroyed by h late in the day. For more information on the biology control of the eastern tent caterpillar, see University of Kentucky Web publication "Eastern Tent Caterpillar." + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT Bacillus thuringiensis, var. kurstaki DIPEL DUST SAFER BRAND CATER- PILLAR AMERICAN BRAND THURICIDE carbaryl CARBARYL 10% DUST FERTILOME LIQUID CARBARYL GARDEN 1-2 t. 4 t. 4 t. Thoroughly dust plant surfaces.

20 20/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide Eastern Tent Caterpillars (cont.) INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS esfenvalerate ORTHO BUG B GON MAX GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE INSECT READY-TO- USE gamma-cyhalothrin SPECTRACIDE TRIAZICIDE ONCE AND DONE! INSECT 0.5 T. HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU HI-YIELD PERMETHRIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET AND LIVE- STOCK SPECTRACIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT spinosad FERTI-LOME BORER, BAG- WORM, LEAFMINER AND TENT CATERPILLAR 1.5 t. 4 T.

21 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/21 icide Fall Webworms Fall webworms attack many deciduous trees shrubs. Their webs enclose the foliage on ends of branches are seen in summer fall. Treat when webs are noticed saturate thoroughly. As an alternative to spraying, webs larvae can be removed destroyed by h late in the day. For more information on the biology control of the fall webworm, see Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet "Fall Webworm Management." + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT Bacillus thuringiensis, var. kurstaki DIPEL DUST SAFER BRAND CATER- PILLAR AMERICAN BRAND THURICIDE carbaryl FERTILOME LIQUID CAR- BARYL GARDEN INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS esfenvalerate ORTHO BUG B GON MAX GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE INSECT READY-TO- USE gamma-cyhalothrin SPECTRACIDE TRIAZICIDE ONCE AND DONE! INSECT 1-2 t. 4 t. 4 t. 0.5 T. Thoroughly dust plant surfaces.

22 22/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide Fall Webworms (cont.) HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU HI-YIELD PERMETHRIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET AND LIVE- STOCK SPECTRACIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT spinosad FERTI-LOME BORER, BAG- WORM, LEAFMINER AND TENT CATERPILLAR Gall s See. 1.5 t. 4 T. Galls generally do not occur in large numbers. Pruning removal may be helpful. No insecticide is recommended. Holly Leafminers For more information, see University of Tennessee Extension publication "Holly Leafminers." acetamiprid ACETAMIPRID RTU INSECTICIDE + imidacloprid INSECT RTS disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO-USE GRANULES FERTI-LOME SYSTEMIC IN- SECTICIDE GRANULES imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT spinosad FERTI-LOME BORER, BAG- WORM, LEAFMINER AND CATERPILLAR See label for rates use. 4 T. DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant.

23 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/23 icide Japanese Beetles Japanese beetles are not yet found statewide in Alabama but are a problem where they are found. Japanese beetles feed on more than 400 species of plants can be a pest of turf. For more information on Japanese beetles see Japanese Beetles in Alabama. carbaryl FERTILOME LIQUID CARBARYL GARDEN HI-YIELD 10% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST HI-YIELD 5% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST INSECT imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS 4 t. pyrethrins JAPANESE BEETLE See label for rates use. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant. Products containing are repellant to Japanese beetles.

24 24/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide Lace Bugs Treat when nymphs appear in the spring. Repeat if needed. Be sure to direct spray to the undersides of leaves. For more information on the biology control of this pest, see Alabama Cooperative Extension System Web publication "Controlling Lace Bugs on Ornamentals." carbaryl HI-YIELD 5% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST HI-YIELD 10% CARBARYL GARDEN AND PET DUST INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND READY-TO-USE GRANULES imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT insecticidal soap CONCERN INSECT KILLING SOAP insecticidal soap pyrethrins YARD AND GARDEN INSECT malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS See label for rates use. 10 T. Applyin early morning or late evening when bees are not DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant.

25 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/25 icide Lace Bugs (cont.) rotenone-pyrethrin BONIDE ROTENONE- PYRETHRIN 4 t. Leafhoppers For more information on controlling leafhoppers in the garden lscape, see Utah State University Extension publication "Leafhoppers in the Home Garden." acetamiprid ACETAMIPRID RTU INSECTICIDE capsaicin, related compounds BONIDE HOT PEPPER WAX 8-16 T. INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO- USE GRANULES BONIDE SYSTEMIC GRANULES esfenvalerate ORTHO BUG B GON MAX GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE INSECT READY-TO- USE imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT 4 T. See label for rates use. DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant.

26 26/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide Leafhoppers (cont.) HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU HI-YIELD PERMETHRIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET AND LIVE- STOCK SPECTRACIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT pyrethrins soap YARD AND GARDEN INSECT rotenone pyrethrins ROTENONE-PYRETHRINS 1.5 t. 10 T. 1 t. Leafminers For more information on controlling the boxwood leafminer, see North Carolina Extension Service publication "Boxwood Leafminer." + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT acetamiprid ACETAMIPRID RTU INSECTICIDE carbaryl LIQUID CARBARYL GARDEN + imidacloprid INSECT RTS imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT malathion HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION 4 t. See label for rates use. 2 t. Make treatments in spring when mines appear. Boxwood leafminer treatments should be applied in late March. A spreader-sticker may be used for plants with slick, waxy leaves. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant.

27 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/27 icide Leafrollers For more information on the biology control of the canna leafroller, see the University of Florida Web publications Larger Canna Leafroller "Lesser Canna Leafroller." + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT Bacillus thuringiensis, var. kurstaki SAFER BRAND CATER- PILLAR INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS 1-2 t. HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II HI-YIELD KILL-A-BUG II RTU HI-YIELD PERMETHRIN LAWN, GARDEN, PET AND LIVE- STOCK SPECTRACIDE ANT SHIELD HOME BARRIER INSECT rotenone pyrethrins ROTENONE-PYRETHRINS 1.5 t. 1 t.

28 28/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide Leafrollers (cont.) spinosad FERTI-LOME BORER, BAG- WORM, LEAFMINER AND TENT CATERPILLAR 4 T. Mealybugs For more information on the biology control of mealybugs, see North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension's Web publication "Mealybugs." + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT acetamiprid ACETAMIPRID RTU INSECTICIDE INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT insecticidal oil CONCERN PESTICIDAL OIL insecticidal soap CONCERN INSECT KILLING SOAP malathion HI-YIELD 5% MALATHION DUST HI-YIELD 55% MALATHION SPECTRACIDE MALATHION ORTHO MALATHION PLUS See label for rates use. 5 T. 5 T. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant.

29 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/29 icide Mealybugs (cont.) rotenone pyrethrins YARD AND GARDEN INSECT PERMETROL LAWN INSECTICIDE RTU Mimosa Webworms See pesticide recommendations for Fall Webworms. Nantucket Pine Tip Moth See pesticide recommendations for Pine Tip Moths in the Pines section. Other Foliage-Feeding Caterpillars See pesticide recommendations for other caterpillars in this section, such as Fall Webworm, Leaf Rollers, or Eastern Tent Caterpillar. Pine Bark Beetles See Ips Engraver Beetles Southern Pine Beetles in the Pines section. Sawflies For more information on sawflies, see the University of Minnesota s Web publication Sawflies of Trees Shrubs. + imidacloprid INSECT RTS imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT See label for rates directions for use. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the treated plant.

30 30/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide Scale s See pesticide recommendations for scale insects in the Pines section. Slugs Snails For more information on biology control of slugs snails, see the University of California s Pest Management Guidelines for Slugs Snails. iron phosphate SLUGGO GARDEN SAFE SLUG AND SNAIL BAIT metaldehyde ELIMINATOR SNAIL AND SLUG BAIT HI-YIELD IMPROVED SLUG AND SNAIL BAIT ORTHO'S BUG-GETA SNAIL AND SLUG metaldehyde + carbaryl SLUG, SNAIL, SOWBUG BAIT ORTHO BUG GETA PLUS DEADLINE BUG BAIT Spidermites For more information on spidermites, see the Colorado State University Web publication Spider Mites. + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO-USE GRANULES BONIDE SYSTEMIC GRANULES 2% Inspect plants in April for presence of two-spotted spidermites. Use insecticidal soaps /or oils early in the season in order to preserve beneficials. See label for restrictions for using oils on evergreens for temperature requirements. Spruce spidermites are active on evergreens in the spring, sometimes, in the fall. Shake foliage over white paper to verify presence of spidermites. Alternate miticides once or twice during the season if mites continue to be a problem. Spray twice at 10-day intervals or as label specifies. DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes.

31 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/31 icide Spidermites (cont.) oil CONCERN PESTICIDAL OIL insecticidal soap CONCERN INSECT KILLING SOAP 5 T. 5 T. Spittlebugs See pesticide recommendations for Leafhoppers. For information on the two-lined spittlebug, see North Carolina State University's Web publication "Managing the Two-Lined Spittlebug in the Home Lscape." Thrips For more information on controlling thrips in the lscape, see the university of Florida s Web publication Thrips on Ornamental Plants." + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT acetamiprid ACETAMIPRID RTU INSECTICIDE capsaicin related compounds BONIDE HOT PEPPER WAX INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO-USE GRANULES 8-16 T. Destroy old blossoms. Treat weekly during the growing season. DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes.

32 32/Alabama Cooperative Extension System icide Thrips (cont.) imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT spinosad FERTI-LOME BORER, BAG- WORM, LEAFMINER AND TENT CATERPILLAR See label for rates use. 4 T. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant. Whiteflies For more information on whitefly biology control, see the University of California Pest Management Guidelines for Whiteflies. + fenbutatin oxide ORTHO SYSTEMIC INSECT acetamiprid ACETAMIPRID RTU INSECTICIDE INSECT + imidacloprid INSECT RTS disulfoton 2-IN-1 SYSTEMIC ROSE AND FLOWER CARE READY-TO-USE GRANULES horticultural oil, such as CONCERN PESTICIDAL OIL DO NOT apply near fish pools, ponds, streams, or lakes. 5 T. Spray as for scale control.

33 Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control Recommendations for 2011/33 icide Whiteflies (cont.) imidacloprid GAR- DEN TREE AND SHRUB INSECT See label for rates use. When applied to soil, insecticide is absorbed by plants. Once absorbed, it moves throughout the plant. BONIDE EIGHT INSECT VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND FLOWER 4 T. soap INSECTICIDAL SOAP 5 T. Note: See labels for use information, including phytotoxicity to certain plants. Note: Some insecticides are broken down in alkaline conditions (high ph). Therefore, it is best to apply spray mixtures soon after mixing prepare only the needed amount of spray material. For more information on this topic, see the Mississippi State University Web publication, Water ph Affects Fungicide icide Performance. Note: Pesticide recommendations are based on the best information currently available. No endorsement of named products is intended nor is criticism implied of similar products which are not mentioned For disease nematode control, see recommendations for Commercial Ornamentals. Homeowner Trees Ornamentals: Control prepared by Charles P. Hesselein, Extension Horticulturist, Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Alabama A&M University Auburn University.

34 34/Alabama Cooperative Extension System 2011 IPM-1304 For more information, contact your county Extension office. Visit or look in your telephone directory under your county's name to find contact information. Use pesticides only according to the directions on the label. Follow all directions, precautions, restrictions that are listed. Do not use pesticides on plants that are not listed on the label. The pesticide rates in this publication are recommended only if they are registered with the Environmental Protection Agency or the Alabama Department of Agriculture Industries. If a registration is changed or canceled, the rate listed here is no longer recommended. Before you apply any pesticide, check with your county Extension agent for the latest information. Trade names are used only to give specific information. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System does not endorse or guarantee any product does not recommend one product instead of another that might be similar. Published by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (Alabama A&M University Auburn University), an equal opportunity educator employer.

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