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Insecticides

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Tide Acephate 90 WDG
Compare to Orthene®Acephate 90WDG
This foliar insecticide controls thrips, plant bugs, aphids and stink bugs with an easily dispersible formulation.

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Tide Acephate 90 WSG
Compare to Orthene®
This foliar insecticide controls thrips, plant bugs, aphids and stink bugs formulated as soluble granules

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Tide Acephate 97% SG
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A higher concentration of the active ingredient formulated as soluble granules.

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Tide Imidacloprid 2F
Compare to Admire®
Controls numerous insects, including aphids, whiteflies and thrips. Can also be used as a seed treatment.

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Tide Imidacloprid 2F T&O
Imidacloprid 2F T&OCompare to Admire®
Insecticide for foliar and systemic insect control in turfgrass (including sod farms), ornamentals, fruit and nut trees, vegetable plants, greenhouses, nurseries and interior plantscapes.

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Tide Diflubenzuron 2SC
Compare to Dimilin®
Acaricide/insecticide (insect growth regulator) used to control many leaf-eating larvae of insects feeding on agricultural, forest and ornamental plants (e.g. gypsy moths, mosquito larvae, rust mites). Used primarily on cattle, citrus, cotton, mushrooms, ornamentals, standing water, forestry trees and in programs to control mosquito larvae and gypsy moth populations.

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