Use Mauget Imicide Against Asian or Citrus Longhorned Beetles

Use Mauget Imicide Against Asian or Citrus Longhorned Beetles

Posted by Andrew Greess on Mar 1, 2018

Second-generation arborist knows a thing or two about Mauget insecticides. Injectable into the tree truck getting all the product directly to the tree allowing it to work it's best.  Mauget Imicide is used on the Asian and Citrus Longhorned Beetle. 

In fact the since 2000, the USDA has Imicide as the only trunk injection product in their APHIS Emergency and Domestic Program for the  Asian Longhorned Beetle. It has also shown to be an effective and preventative against the Emerald Ash Borer. 

It has exceptionally long residual control and works as a broad-spectrum insecticide for Adelgids, Aphids, Elm leaf beetle, Japanese beetle, Lacebugs, Leafhoppers, Leafminers, Mealybugs, Pine tip moth larvae, Scale insects, Thrips and Whiteflies. Starts to work within 1 to 7 days after application so if you have  trees you need to protect, order Mauget Imicide from today.

Tim Johnson: Hi, my name's Tim Johnson. I'm a second‑generation registered consulting arborist. We have used Mauget products as part of our treatment plan since 1967. Imicide is a wonderful insecticide for leaf‑eating insects as well as for some borers. For more information, look at the label. Buy Imicide from QSpray.