OHP - Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide - 1 QT
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OHP - Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide - 1 QT

SKU: 19-0063

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  • Sold Individually. Manufacturer Pack Size = 8
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  • Has a unique mode of action as a member of the Carbazates class of chemistry
  • A fast-acting, broad-spectrum miticide
  • Effective on a wide range of mites and all life stages of Tetranychid spider mites
  • A suspension concentrate (SC) formulation

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Floramite SC Ornamental Miticide provides outstanding control of a variety of mite pests on ornamentals plants in greenhouse, shadehouse, nursery, field, landscape and interiorscape settings. Floramite SC is effective on a variety of mites and all life stages of Tetranychid spider mites. Floramite SC produces quick knockdown through contact activity and long residual control of more than 21 days. Floramite SC is soft on predacious mites and beneficial insects, making it ideal for use in IPM and resistance management programs.

Active Ingredient: Bifenazate

For Use On

  • All ornamental plants including:
    • Bedding plants
    • Flowering plants
    • Foliage plants
    • Bulb crops
    • Perennials
    • Trees and shrubs
  • All non-bearing fruit trees and greenhouse tomatoes, varieties greater that 1” diameter when mature
  • See label for complete list


  • Bamboo spider mite
  • Clover mite
  • Strawberry mite
  • Spruce spider mi
  • See label for complete list


Mix 4-8 OZ FLORAMITE SC in 100 GAL of water (1⁄4 - 1⁄2 TSP/GAL) and apply as a full coverage spray to the foliage using a volume of 1-4 QTS of final solution/100 SQ FT (or 100 - 400 GAL/ACRE).

Actual spray volume will vary depending on the size of plants being treated.

Application should be made as soon as mites appear and will provide residual control for up to 28 days.

See label for complete application instructions.


Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.

Do not make more than 2 applications per crop per year.

Do not apply more than 32 OZ/ACRE/year.

See label for complete restrictions.