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Re: scale, insect

  • Subject: Re: scale, insect
  • From: STARSELL@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 15:00:23 EDT

I don't think it is a systemic....the description includes this:
special formulation technology used with AzaMax™ helps with the uniform spreading, sticking and penetration into plants. AzaMax™ does not require any surfactants and sticking agents.
 Best of all, AzaMax™ can be applied up to the time or day of harvest.
it does sound like a good product though.
Something organic and sounds like it works well.

In a message dated 9/2/2009 12:57:50 P.M. Central Daylight Time, dbiggs@xantusidesign.net writes:
I just started using a product called AzaMax for spider mite control. It is systemic and has worked wonders on the mites. I understand that it controls all kinds of sucking

The manufacturer describes it as an extract of neem oil...


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