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Active Ingredient:
Emamectin Benzoate.....................4.0%
Other Ingredients........................96.0%
Total.........................................100.0%
 
Press Release: April 11, 2011:  
EPA Approval of Expanded TREE-äge Label for Treating Invasive Pests



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* 1 liter treats 33 trees (10" DBH)




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Effective Treatment For: Pine Coneworm, Pine Cone Seed Bug, Tent Caterpillars, Western Spruce Budworm, Winter Moth, Bagworm, Fall Webworm, Gypsy Moth, Mimosa Webworm, Oak Worm, Tussock Moth, Leafminers, Honeylocust Plant Bug, Pine Needle Scale, Red Palm Mite, Sawfly, Clearwing Borers, Flat-headed Borers (including adult and larvae of Emerald Ash Borer), Roundheaded Borers (excluding Asian longhorn Borer), Scolytids, Ips Engraver Beetles, Mountain Pine Beetle, Southern Pine Beetle, Spruce Beetle, Western Pine Beetle, Pinewood Nematode

*Important: Always read and follow label instructions before buying or using these products. The instructions contain important conditions of sale, including limitations of warranty and remedy. TREE-äge® Insecticide is a Restricted Use Pesticide and must only be sold to and applied by a state certified applicator. TREE-äge® is not registered for use in all states. Please check with your state or local extension service prior to buying or using this product.
TREE-äge® is a registered trademark of Arborjet, Inc.



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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
so far so good June 1, 2013
Reviewer: Kristen Ertel from Loveland, OH United States  
Started using this product last summer primarily for EAB and the results are fantastic.  Ash trees not affected yet show great health and color this year, Ash trees that already were infected with EAB are showing signs of recovery, although they seemed to get worse before they got better, I am impressed with the signs of recovery I am seeing this year.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
use of treeage February 22, 2012
Reviewer: Doug Boor from Petoskey, MI United States  
I used the product with good success since april 2011, mid summer the uptake was slower and I was advised to dilute.  We were able in michigan to inject til october uptake was slower going from 20 minutes for 300 ml to 6-8 hours in the fall.  this year we will see the impact. The uptake for birch was typically faster than the ash we treated in the late season.  thanks - doug

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