Manage Asian Citrus Psyllids and Huanglongbing with Season-long Protection
Bayer’s portfolio of insecticides provides the foundation for season-long control of the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) as well as other key citrus pests to help ensure tree productivity.
Proven Season-long Protection
With multiple modes of action (MOA), Bayer’s insecticide portfolio is highly effective in controlling Asian citrus psyllids and, when used in rotation, protects against insecticide resistance.
Help ensure tree productivity by controlling ACP and other key pests
Ensure Tree Protection from Pre-Bloom through Harvest
ACP Management from Bayer
Trials conducted in Florida show that Bayer's product portfolio provides excellent control of nymph and adult Asian citrus pysllids. As a foliar insecticide especially formulated for Florida citrus growers, Movento® MPC provides superior allover plant protection above and below ground.
The presence of new flush, a key factor for ACP infestation, also aids in Movento MPC movement and control and helps ensure tree protection. Additionally, a University of Florida trial conducted by Dr. Michael Rogers showed that Admire® Pro and Sivanto™ Prime caused immediate feeding cessation and prevented both xylem and phloem feeding in Asian citrus psyllid adults.
Nymph ACP Control
Study performed by Roy Morris of Bayer CropScience in mature Valencia oranges in Fort Meade, Florida, showed Movento® MPC helped control nymph ACP by 92%.
Movento® MPC controls nymph ACP by 92% with superior allover plant protection above and below ground.
Adult ACP Control
Study conducted by Dr. John Curtis of Better Crops in Fort Pierce, Florida, showed Sivanto™ Prime helped control adult ACP by 93%.
Sivanto™ Prime controls adult ACP by 93% while preserving beneficial insects.
University of Florida study performed by Dr. Michael Rogers showed that Baythroid® XL helped control adult ACP by 93%.
Baythroid® XL controls adult ACP by 93%.
Feeding Cessation of Adult ACP
University of Florida trial conducted by Dr. Michael Rogers showed that Admire® Pro and Sivanto™ Prime caused immediate feeding cessation in adult ACP that reduces and prevents, respectively, xylem and phloem feeding and HLB bacteria transmission.
Admire® Pro and Sivanto™ Prime have strong feeding cessation effects on adult ACP.
Make Bayer’s proven portfolio a cornerstone of your insecticide program to help ensure tree protection and productivity with season-long control of ACP, as well as other key citrus pests.
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