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Re: AW: Enstar II, SOURCE


HI ROY, ET AL,

DID A SEARCH AND FOUND THIS HOME PAGE FOR ENSTAR II.

http://enstar2.com/

DOUG

At 10:14 PM 2/4/2003 +0100, Hermann Wistuba wrote:
Hello Roy,

here You can see what I have foound about Enstar:

kinoprene (Enstar) Chemical Profile 4/85
                                       kinoprene

      CHEMICAL NAME:      2-propenyl
(E,E)-3,7,11-trimethyl-2,4-dodecadi-
                          enoate (56)

      DEC INGRED. CODE:

      TRADE NAME(S):      Enstar (56)

      FORMULATION(S):     5 pounds/gallon emulsifiable concentrate (56)

      TYPE:               Insect growth regulator

      BASIC PRODUCER(S):  Zoecon Corp.
                          975 California Ave.
                          Palo Alto, CA 94304

      STATUS:             General use

      PRINCIPAL USES:  For control of scales (soft and armored), mealy-
      bugs, whiteflies, aphids and fungus gnats on ornamental plants and
      vegetable seed crops grown in greenhouses.  This relatively
non-per-
      sistent chemical produces morphological, ovicidal and sterilizing
      effects which result in a gradual reduction of insect populations
to
      below damaging levels.  At the higher rate, heavy populations of
adult
      whiteflies and aphids are killed (56).


-----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht-----
Von: owner-ferns@hort.net [mailto:owner-ferns@hort.net] Im Auftrag von
Roy Vail
Gesendet: Dienstag, 4. Februar 2003 21:40
An: ferns@hort.net
Betreff: [ferns] Enstar II


Some time back Enstar II was mentioned as an
insecticide that could be used on ferns, Platys in
particular.

What is it?  Is it a brand name with a particular
active ingredient, or is it an active ingredient in
various products?

Roy Vail
Mena, Arkansas USA
Zone 7a

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