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Azera® Insecticide

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  • Effectively controls insects by three unique modes of action: quick knockdown, ingestion and insect growth regulatory activity
  • Zero pre-harvest interval and very short 12-hour re-entry interval
  • Can be applied on more than 200 growing crops and 200 insect types

On-Contact Knockdown and Longer, Broader Control of Economically Damaging Insects

Azera® Insecticide is a premium organic product with multiple modes of action that provide excellent control of the hardest-to-kill, hard-bodied pests as well as quick knockdown and kill of the most destructive soft-bodied insects. Azera effectively controls insects through three modes of action: contact, ingestion and insect growth regulatory activity.

Azera is an ideal organic solution for hard-to-kill insects. It is made from two distinctly powerful active ingredients derived from botanical sources. Because it provides quick knockdown and control of many harder-to-kill insects, Azera can be one of the most important tools in your arsenal of pest control solutions.

Azera is a softer, botanically-derived insecticide that has a lower impact on the environment, yet a higher impact on pests.

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Azera is NOP compliant and OMRI listed for organic production. For more information about OMRI listed, visit www.omri.org.


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Download Label/SDS for Azera Insecticide.

Pests, Crops and State Registrations

- Key crops/pests

Azera Insecticide

Crops

  • artichoke
  • asparagus
  • birdseed
  • brassica (cole) leafy vegetables
  • bulb vegetables
  • cereal grains
  • citrus fruits
  • cocoa
  • coffee
  • cotton
  • cucurbit vegetables
  • edible flowers
  • fig
  • foliage of legume vegetables
  • forage, fodder and straw of cereal grains
  • fruiting vegetables
  • grasses for seed, forage, fodder and hay
  • guayule
  • herbs and spices
  • hops
  • jojoba
  • leafy vegetables
  • legume vegetables (succulent or dried)
  • mushroom
  • non-grass animal feeds
  • okra
  • olives
  • oriental vegetables
  • palm
  • peanuts
  • pineapple
  • pome fruits
  • rice
  • root and tuber vegetables
  • safflowers
  • sesame
  • small fruits and berries
  • stone fruits
  • subtropical fruits
  • sugar cane
  • sunflower
  • tamarillo
  • tea
  • tobacco
  • tree nuts
  • tropical fruits

Pests

  • ants
  • aphids
  • apple maggot
  • armyworms
  • artichoke plume moth
  • asparagus beetle
  • bagworm
  • bean leaf beetles
  • beet armyworm
  • beetles
  • blister beetles
  • boll weevil
  • bollworms
  • borers
  • brown marmorated stink bug
  • cabbage looper
  • cabbage maggot
  • cankerworms
  • carrot weevil
  • caterpillars
  • chinch bugs
  • clover mite
  • clover weevil
  • codling moth
  • Colorado potato beetles
  • corn earworm
  • crane flies
  • crickets
  • cross-striped cabbageworm
  • cucumber beetles
  • cutworms
  • darkling beetles (lesser meal worm)
  • diamondback moth larvae
  • Eastern tent caterpillar
  • elm leaf beetle
  • European corn borer
  • European pine tip moth
  • fall webworm false
  • fire ants
  • firebrats
  • fireworms
  • flea beetles
  • flies
  • forest tent caterpillar
  • fruitflies
  • fruittree leafroller
  • fruitworms
  • garden symphylan
  • garden tortrix
  • glassy-winged sharpshooter
  • grain beetles
  • grape leafhopper
  • grapeleaf skeletonizer
  • grasshoppers
  • green fruit worm
  • green peach aphids
  • greenhouse thrips
  • gypsy moth (adults & larvae)
  • harlequin bug
  • heliothis sp.
  • hornets
  • hornworm
  • imported cabbageworm
  • Indian meal moth
  • Japanese beetle katydids
  • lace bugs
  • leafhopper
  • leafminers
  • leafrollers
  • leaftiers
  • loopers
  • lygus
  • mealy bugs
  • Mediterranean flour moth
  • Mexican bean beetle
  • millipedes
  • moths
  • mushroom flies
  • navel orangeworm
  • onion maggot
  • pear psylla
  • pinworms
  • potato leafhopper
  • psyllids
  • rice weevil
  • ringworms
  • saw-tooth grain beetle
  • scale
  • spiders
  • stink bugs
  • tarnished plant bug
  • thrips
  • tomato hornworm
  • twelve spotted cucumber beetle
  • vinegar flies
  • wasps
  • webworms
  • weevils
  • whiteflies
  • yellow jackets

State Registrations*

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Puerto Rico
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Washington, DC
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming


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