DiPel PRO DF Insecticide 1 lb.

DiPel® PRO DF Biological Insecticide 1 Lb
DiPel® PRO DF Biological Insecticide 1 Lb - 1lb bag can cover up to 2 acres. mixture rate is 1/4 lb to 2 lbs per acre, per 100 gallons

DiPel is the leading biological insecticide on the market today.

Registered for use on a variety of ornamentals, DiPel PRO DF delivers outstanding control of more than 30 species of insects, including tent caterpillar and various bagworms, looper, tobacco budworms and armyworms. Its dry flowable formulation is dust free and easy to measure and mix. DiPel PRO DF is biodegradable and has minimal effect on humans, non-target animals or the environment.

DiPel DF is listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) for use in organic production. For more information OMRI-listed, visit

DiPel Pro is a biological insecticide with Bacillus thuringensis v kurstaki (BT),54%. BT is a highly selective bacteria that is effective for controlling various caterpillars and worms of the order Lepidoptera. This effective, broad spectrum insecticide is OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) listed for use in organic production. This biological insecticide controls more than 30 insects, including various bagworms, looper, tobacco budworms, armyworms and tent caterpillars. As an organic insecticide, it is biodegradable and easy on the environment, with minimal effects on humans and non-target insects or animals such as honeybees, predatory insects, earthworms, birds or snakes.

How Dipel Pro DF Works
Larvae eat a lethal dose of Dipel Pro DF and stops feeding. Mortality will occur within several hours to 3 days.

Active Ingredients- Bacillus thuringiensis, subsp. kurstaki, strain ABTS-351, fermentation solids, spores, and insecticidal toxins - 54%

Ornamentals and landscape. DiPel PRO DF may be used for any labeled pest in both field and greenhouse use as well as in selfcontained, closed system, ornamental ponds.

1lb bag can cover up to 2 acres. mixture rate is 1/4 lb to 2 lbs per acre, per 100 gallons

Target pests:
Loopers, budworms, bagworms, armyworms, tent caterpillars, azalea caterpillar, bagworm, blackheaded budworm, california oakworm, diamondback moth, douglas fir tussock moth, ello moth, elm spanworm, fall webworm, fruittree leafroller, greenstriped maple worm, gypsy moth, hemlock looper, jack pine budworm, lo moth, looper, mimosa webworm, oleander moth, omnivorous leafroller, omnivorous looper, pine butterfly, redhumped caterpillar, saddle prominent caterpillar, saddleback caterpillar, saltmarsh caterpillar, sod webworm, spring and fall cankerworm, spruce budroom, tent caterpillar, tobacco budworm, and western tussock moth.