Monterey B.t. Biological Insecticide is a natural bacterium that controls worms and caterpillars on fruits, vegetables, ornamentals and shade trees. A natural solution proven for decades, B.t. provides non-toxic control of devastating pests that is effective without off-target or environmental damage.
Monterey B.t. Benefits
Biological insecticide is natural, effective and non-toxic.
Controls worms and caterpillars on fruits, vegetables, ornamentals, and shade trees.
Easy-to-mix liquid concentrate.
Pests Controlled By Monterey B.t
Worms and Caterpillars on Fruits, Vegetables, Ornamentals & Shade Trees Including:
Spring & Fall Cankerworm
And other Lepidopteran (Moth) Pests
Monterey B.t. Application Instructions
Apply MONTEREY B.t. RTU when worms or caterpillars are first noticed, then repeat at five (5) to seven (7) day intervals while they are active.
Always shake MONTEREY B.t. RTU thoroughly before use.
Spray leaf surfaces thoroughly, top and bottom, for complete control.
Shake regularly while spraying.
Apply more frequently to control heavy infestations.
Apply thoroughly to top and bottom of foliage.
Reapply after heavy rains.
Fruits & Vegetables:
Mix 2 fluid ounces per 3 gallons of water (4 teaspoons per gallon) for a hand sprayer and apply to all plant foliage to cover an area of 1,000 square feet.
Apply at first sign of infestation and repeat at weekly intervals when needed to maintain control of the insect pest.
Shade Trees & Ornamentals:
Mix 2 fluid ounces per 3 gallons of water (4 teaspoons per gallon) for a hand sprayer.
Apply at first sign of infestation and repeat at weekly intervals when needed to maintain control.
Apply to thoroughly cover all foliage surfaces of shade trees and ornamentals.
Monterey B.t. Active Ingredient
RTU: Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies kurstaki strain SA-12 solids, spores and Lepidopteran active toxins (At least 6 million viable spores per mg)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.83%
Concentrate: Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies kurstakistrain SA-12 solids, spores and Lepidopteran active toxins (At least 6 million viable spores per mg)* . . . . . . . . . . . . 98.35%