Verbenone Pouch Pine Beetle Repellent, ISCA

Verbenone Mountain Pine Beetle Repellent Pouches contain the pheromone verbenone that prevents attacks by the mountain pine beetle on all varieties of pine trees.

Active Ingredients: Verbenone, 4,6,6-trimethyl-bicyclo(3.1.1) hept-3-en-2-one 97.0% (6.76 g)
EPA Signal Word: CAUTION / PRECAUCION
EPA Registration Number: 80286-33
Application Rate Range: 1 or 2 /tree, 20 - 60 /acre
Container Size(s): Sold in Multiples of 10 pcs.

OUTOF STOCKThis product is currently out of stock and will not be available until 2022. Please see Synergy Verbenone for alternate product.

Verbenone Pouches, Pheromone repellent for Mountain Pine, Southern Pine, Western Pine, and other Bark Beetles

Verbenone Mountain Pine Beetle Repellent Pouches contain the pheromone verbenone that prevents attacks by the mountain pine beetle on all varieties of pine trees. When present in sufficient concentration, verbenone signals incoming beetles that the target tree is already infested. The result is that the beetles are forced to fly elsewhere making them vulnerable to natural predators.

Verbenone Pine Beetle Repellent helps protect your high-value pine trees. The Pine Beetle is the most destructive forest pest in North America.

The Canadian Forest Service describes the current pine beetle epidemic as the largest insect infestation in North American history. 

Verbenone Pouches, Pheromone repellent for Mountain Pine, Southern Pine, Western Pine, and other Bark Beetles

Verbenone Mountain Pine Beetle Repellent Pouches contain the pheromone verbenone that prevents attacks by the mountain pine beetle on all varieties of pine trees. When present in sufficient concentration, verbenone signals incoming beetles that the target tree is already infested. The result is that the beetles are forced to fly elsewhere making them vulnerable to natural predators.

Verbenone Pine Beetle Repellent helps protect your high-value pine trees. The Pine Beetle is the most destructive forest pest in North America.

The Canadian Forest Service describes the current pine beetle epidemic as the largest insect infestation in North American history. 

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