Mar 21, 2013
Skyraider receives EPA approval

MANA’s Skyraider, an insecticide/miticide, has received approval by the EPA for broad-spectrum control against soil and foliar insects.

Skyraider provides two modes of action, bifenthrin, a pyrethroid that acts on the nervous system of insects, and imidacloprida, a neonicotinoid component that delivers systemic action.

Skyraider provides both translaminar and systemic movement, which allows improved penetration and relocation of the active ingredients throughout the plant, including the underside of leaves.

Flexible application options include in-furrow and foliar treatment.

Skyraider is registered in IRAC groups 3A and 4A and provides protection against aphids, wireworm and Colorado potato beetle. It has a re-entry interval of 12 hours and a 21-day pre-harvest interval.

For more information visit here.

75 Applewood Dr. Ste. A
P.O. Box 128
Sparta, MI 49345


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