[nafex] Triazide questions
Richard J. Ossolinski
ossoeo at myfairpoint.net
Tue Jul 23 19:16:09 EDT 2013
It might be worth noting that, unlike Imidan,
> DuPont™ Asana® XL is a restricted use pesticide.
Gouldsboro, ME Zone 5
On Jul 23, 2013, at 6:14 PM, Judson Frisk wrote:
> Where do you purchase Asana? Is it possible to purchase it in smaller
> quantities for a 50 tree orchard? Judson L Frisk
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> Subject: [nafex] Triazide questions
>> Don't know about Triazide. Is it as effective as Imidan against
> Apple Maggot and Codling Moth? What kind of kickback are
> you talking about?<
> Should be as affective, as I expect all pyrethroids are similar. Asana
> claims to be more weather proof than others because some vegetable oil is in
> the formula but a decent sticker should more than compensate for that.
> Asana certainly takes care of AM and CM and I'm confident from many
> exchanges from other growers that Triazide does also.
>> Another problem with it is a short 2 year shelf life and it's
>> know how old it is when you purchase it.
>> Are you referring to Imidan. I was not aware of any shelf life
>> problem with it. I have been using some of it that is several
>> years with no degradation of effectiveness.
> No, I was talking about Triazide. I'm sure Imidan lasts for years but you
> can contact the manufacturer for specifics.
>> I've heard conflicting reports as to whether or not it really works
>> well against plum curculio. Does anyone on the list have personal
> I believe it works fine on PC because Asana does and because on the Garden
> Web fruit and orchards forum many participating fruit growers have been
> using it for years with great success on sites where they lose everything to
> PC without it. I suspect any controversy is the result of its short shelf
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