Acecap AC1210 Systemic Insecticide Tree Implants are a convenient way to get rid of pests without having to spray chemicals on your trees. These implants use their own unique formula which is non-toxic and completely safe for people, pets, and wildlife alike. It’s made with natural ingredients that you can trust not only for yourself but also for those around you.
Acecap is a systemic insecticide that provides control for a wide range of pests, including aphids, leafhoppers, and whiteflies. Acecap is for use on ornamental trees growing in residential areas and ornamental trees grown for sale or commercial purposes. Acecap contains 0.05% acephate which acts on contact to kill insects by disrupting nerve function in the insect’s nervous system.
Acecap is best used on ornamental trees that are growing in residential areas. It is not intended for use on fruit or nut trees, or on turfgrass. Acecap is also not labeled for use on Christmas trees or other coniferous ornamentals including pine, spruce, or fir trees.
How To Get Rid Of Wooly Aphids Acecap Tree Insecticide
Wooly aphids are small and hard to spot. They can quickly spread to entire trees, threatening their health and causing them to be less productive. Acecap Tree Insecticide contains acephate, a broad-spectrum insecticide that targets these pesky bugs. It is easy to apply, killing wooly aphids on contact or entering their bodies through the leaves and turning them into dust as they drink from the tree’s phloem.
Acecap Systemic Insecticide Tree Implants is a systemic insecticide that controls many chewing and sucking insects including aphids, lace bugs, mealybugs, mites, scale, and tree borers. Acecap is a water-soluble formulation that moves throughout the plant tissue to provide protection against insects that feed on the leaves or branches of ornamental trees grown in residential areas or ornamental trees grown for sale or commercial purposes.
The product is compatible with most ornamental and fruit trees, including maples, willows, poplars, and conifers. Acecap Tree Implants may be applied to trees up to 30 feet tall by use of a backpack sprayer or garden hose-end sprayer. Mix at a rate of 1 ounce per gallon of water for best results.
When should I apply Acecap?
Acecap 97 is a systemic insecticide product that is applied to tree roots in the spring, summer, or fall. It is not recommended for use during dormancy when attempting to control targeted insect pests on the foliage. The selected time of year for an application depends on several factors including:
- Insect life cycle stage at which Acecap 97 is applied.
- Level of tree vigor (e.g., stress).
- Site history and management strategies employed (e.g., rotation practices).
Other considerations include Rainfall and irrigation events occurring within the first 6 hours after application. Soil moisture content before application. The amount of Acecap 97 applied (e.g., 0.25-0.5 gallons per tree).
Apply in spring when sap flow resumes.
For best results, apply Acecap AC1210 Systemic Insecticide Tree Implants in spring when sap flow resumes. This can be accomplished by inserting 1 or 2 implants per 4 in diameter of the tree trunk, beginning at ground level and working up. The product is applied as a liquid that will move throughout the entire plant, including into branches and leaves. Acecap AC1210 Systemic Insecticide Tree Implants control many chewing and sucking insects including aphids, lace bugs, mealybugs, mites, scale and tree borers.
Use in nut and fruit trees, shade trees, and ornamentals.
These systemic tree implants are ideal for use in nut and fruit trees, shade trees, and ornamentals. They can also be used on ornamental trees growing in residential areas. For commercial applications of this product, see the Acecap AC1210 Systemic Insecticide Tree Implants, Pack of 100. The Acecap AC1210 Systemic Insecticide Tree Implants are easy to use. Simply place the product into a drill and drill the hole you have chosen for your tree implant.
2 implants per 4 in diameter of a tree trunk.
For smaller trees, like orchards and small fruit trees, you can use 2 implants per 4 inches of diameter. Larger trees will require 3-4 implants per 4 inches of trunk diameter. In a planting hole that is at least 1/2 inch wider than the size of an ACECAP® Systemic Insecticide Tree Implant, place an implant with its flat side up and facing inward toward the center of the tree’s trunk. Cover with soil until level with the surrounding soil.
No spray is required.
Acecap AC1210 Systemic Insecticide Tree Implants is an easy to use alternative to sprays that require little to no maintenance. They are effective against a wide range of insects and fungi, including:
- Aphids (green peach and melaleuca), scale, spider mites, and whiteflies.
- Leafhoppers, leafminers and lace bugs.
- Bark beetles (southern pine beetles) in trees in areas where they occur.
They’re also great for protecting your trees from harmful insects like the emerald ash borer, which is one of the most destructive pests ever recorded in North America. The product is approved for use in nut and fruit trees, shade trees, and ornamentals such as applesauce or any other type on your property.
If you’re looking for a way to bring your trees back to the healthy state they once were, look no further than Acecap AC1210 Systemic Insecticide Tree Implants.
No need for spraying or mixing, each implant contains enough liquid for multiple uses, so you can easily apply these around your property without wasting time or money on extra products.
Plus, there’s no watering required. Once these tree implants have been inserted into the soil, they’ll naturally release their active ingredient over time as the roots grow and develop through the tree itself.
With Acecap, you can bring your trees back to the healthy state they once were. These systemic insecticide tree implants are easy to use, effective, and environmentally safe.
Wooly Aphids has become a very common problem in the landscape. It can affect most plants but prefers to stay on trees, especially those near buildings or pathways. As you can see from the photo above, it is quite an unsightly pest. By treating acecap trees that are infected with Wooly Aphids, you will ensure a beautiful and healthy landscape for years to come.
Price : $11.65
- ACECAP Systemic Tree Implants 98.9% Ace hate 10 Pack 12ea Easy to use systemic insecticide implants for control of destructive pests of ornamental trees
- Applied in spring, the treatment will provide season-long control of many insects, including Aphids, Bagworms, Borers, Budworms, California Oak worm, Cankerworm, Case bearer, Elm Leaf Beetle, Gypsy Moth etc.
- The sap flow dissolves the chemical and carries it throughout the tree in 4 to 5 days. Ten implants will effectively treat up to a 14″ trunk diameter
- Systemic insecticide tree implants
- Contains 99 percent acephate, a highly effective systemic insecticide for broad spectrum insect control
- Acecaps are registered for use against aphids, bagworms, bronze birch borer, gypsy moth, tent caterpillar, wooly adelgid, and many more
- Easy to install; 5 implants per pack
- Provides readers with practical, easy-toaccomplish tips and tasks
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|Size||Pack of 10|
|ASIN (Product code)||B006MY83Q6|
Acecap Tree Insecticide is a systemic insecticide that has a long residual life, making it effective against tree pathogens, including Wooly Aphids. Since butterflies and other beneficial insects are not affected by this product, you do not need to worry about harming them. This tree spray can also be used as an interior/exterior spot treatment for hardwood floors, baseboards, and other hard surfaces.