Bayer - Altus® Ornamental Insecticide - 64 OZ BTL
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Bayer - Altus® Ornamental Insecticide - 64 OZ BTL


SKU: 84989509

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  • Sold Individually. Manufacturer Pack Size = 4
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Available for Sale in IA, IL, IN, KS, MI, MN, MO, ND, NE, SD, WIRestrictions may apply. Questions? Call (800) 785-3301.
  • Compatible with or low impact on honey bees, bumble bees and many beneficial arthropods
  • No application timing restrictions. Labeled for use before, during and after plant bloom
  • Excellent residual control – up to 4-6 weeks
  • 4 HR, re-entry interval (REI) minimizes business disruption (12- HR REI in CA)
  • Rapid and strong feeding cessation effect
  • Rotational chemistry reduces risk of resistance
  • One product treats all greenhouse crops, including vegetable transplants
  • Classified as a reduced risk product by the EPA

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Altus is a novel insecticide that can be used on a wide range of plants anytime during the production cycle for targeted control of whiteflies, aphids and other harmful insects. With Altus, growers can utilize long-lasting drench applications for more difficult crops (such as poinsettias) and containers (such as hanging baskets).

Altus contains Flupyradifurone, a butenolide chemistry that is a great fit for integrated pest management programs. With an excellent non-target safety profile, Altus offers flexible and long-lasting performance and is compatible with honey bees, bumble bees and many beneficial insects in all production ornamental settings.

  • No application timing restrictions
  • Residual control – up to 4-6 weeks
  • Classified as a reduced risk product by the EPA

Active Ingredient:

Flupyradifurone

  • Greenhouses
  • Field and Container Nurseries
  • Golf Courses
  • Residential and Commercial Landscapes
  • See label for complete list

Pests Controlled:

  • Aphids
  • Leafhoppers
  • Whiteflies
  • Scales
  • Psyllids
  • See the label for a full list of pests