Quick and Easy Mite and Leafminer Control.
|Broad-spectrum mite and leafminer control on ornamentals is quick and easy with Minx™. It also suppresses aphids, whiteflies and thrips for an added benefit.|
|QUICK CONTROL, EASY ON PLANTS|
- Contact and systemic control
- Mite and leafminer control
- Suppression of aphids, whiteflies and thrips
- Excellent plant safety
|Minx™ is an emulsifiable concentrate which when mixed with water according to the directions for use will control leafminers and mites and suppress whiteflies, thrips and aphids on ornamentals. Mix with sufficient water and apply as a foliar spray to obtain uniform coverage.|
Apply when mites first appear and repeat as necessary to maintain control.
Apply as needed and repeat at 7-day intervals or as necessary to maintain control.
FOR SUPPRESSION OF APHIDS, THRIPS AND WHITEFLIES
Apply when young, immature stages of these pests are first observed and repeat every 7 days for two or three weeks. After which time, rotate to other products that have different modes of action than Minx for at least two to three weeks. Aphids,
thrips and whiteflies are killed by direct contact with the Minx spray. Residual control of pests may be enhanced with the addition of a horticultural spray oil at 0.5 to 1.0% of the spray volume on field-grown woody ornamentals, landscape plants
and Christmas trees. Repeat application as necessary, but no sooner than 7 days to maintain control. Some plants are sensitive to oils and so without prior experience the user should spray a small number of plants and observe plants for two weeks before spraying the remaining plants. Excessive cold or warm temperatures may increase the chance of plant damage following application with oils.
|Mites: European red mite, two-spotted spider mite, carmine spider mite, southern red mite, spruce spider mite|
Tarsonemid mites: Cyclamen and broad mites
Eriophyid mites: Rust and bud mites
|Aphids, thrips and whiteflies|
|Do not use Minx for suppression of aphids, whiteflies and thrips on roses, chrysanthemums and gerbera. These ornamentals are primary hosts of mites and Liriomyza leafminers for which Minx applications should be targeted. Additional applications of this product to suppress aphids, thrips and whiteflies on these plants will increase the selection pressure on mites and leafminers which may result in greater tolerance to Minx among these pests.|
Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
Not for aerial application.
Do not use in citrus nurseries.
Minx has been evaluated for phytotoxicity on a wide range of ornamental plants. However, since all combinations or sequences of pesticide sprays including surfactants and adjuvants have not been tested, it is recommended that a small area be sprayed
first to make certain that no phytotoxicity occurs. Phytotoxicity has been observed following the use of Minx on a certain species of ferns and Shasta Daisy. It is therefore recommended that this product not be used on ferns or Shasta Daisy.
|See label for complete application rates and recommendations.|