Leap® ES Bacterial Disease Management Biological Insecticide

Disease Control

Insect Control

Leap® ES Bacterial Disease Management Biological Insecticide Emulsifiable Suspension is the only alternative to copper-based products that, as part of a program, delivers two-way protection of both bacterial diseases and Lepidoptera larvae (worms). Leap triggers plant defenses to minimize effects from bacterial diseases. Plus, Leap controls yield-diminishing lepidopteran larvae that can increase pathogen points of entry.

Product Benefits

  • Triggers Plant Defenses to Minimize Effects from Bacterial Diseases
  • Proven and Effective Worm Control
  • Reliable Mode of Action for Bacterial Disease Management;Reduces the Need for Copper-Based Products
  • Improves Resistance Management Programs for Bacterial Diseases

Key Problems/Uses

Bacterial Spot and Worms including Armyworms, Black Cutworm, Corn Earworm, Cotton Bollworm, Cross-Striped Cabbageworm, Ello Moth (Hornworm), Hornworm, Looper, Tobacco Hornworm, Tobacco Moth, Tomato Fruitworm, Variegated Cutworm

John Deere Financial

Leap ES Bacterial Disease Management is Eligible for the 2020-2021 Valent U.S.A. Crop Protection Finance Program from John Deere Financial

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Product Details


  • Pepper
  • Tomato


  • Armyworm
  • Cotton Bollworm
  • Southern Corn Borer
  • Sugarcane Borer
  • Tobacco Budworm
  • Tomato Budworm
  • Cross-Striped Cabbageworm
  • Imported Cabbageworm
  • Saltmarsh Caterpillar
  • Tent Caterpillar
  • Velvet Bean Caterpillar
  • Green Cloverworm
  • Rindworm Complex
  • Corn Earworm
  • Cutworm
  • Variegated Cutworm
  • Cherry Fruitworm
  • Cranberry Fruitworm
  • Tomato Fruitworm
  • Hornworm
  • Tobacco Hornworm
  • Oblique-Banded Leafroller Larva
  • Grape Leafroller
  • Omnivorous Leafroller
  • Looper
  • Soybean Looper
  • Melonworm
  • Diamondback Moth Larva
  • Gypsy Moth Larva
  • Achema Sphinx Moth
  • Ello Moth
  • Grape Berry Moth
  • Tobacco Moth
  • Grapeleaf Skeletonizer
  • Spanworm
  • Orange Tortrix Larva

* Each crop and use may not be registered in every state. Always read and follow label instructions.

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