Ground + Aerial ULV
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1B Organophosphate, 3A Pyrethroids/Pyrethrins
Important note regarding product availability: Clarke is voluntarily sunsetting its mosquito control products containing chlorpyrifos at the end of 2022. Product sales in the United States will conclude on December 31, 2022. State registrations will be maintained to allow customers to continue to use inventoried products. Clarke consultants are actively working with all customers to support transitions to alternative products.
The MosquitoMaster adulticide is a dual-active product containing permethrin, a synthetic pyrethroid (IRAC Class 3A) and chlropyrifos, an organophosphate (IRAC CLass 1B). Both of these active ingredients are designed to provide faster knockdown of mosquitoes and provide more effective control on pyrethroid-resistant wild mosquito populations.
MosquitoMaster is available in a ready-to-use formulation and can be purchased in 30-gallon, 55-gallon and mini-bulk container sizes to meet the needs of your program, goals and budget.
MosquitoMaster is non-corrosive and requires no synergist. It can be applied via any ULV equipment, including both truck-mounted appliances and aerials.
Rotating products and modes of action in your control program is responsible stewardship, aids in resistance management, and extends the useful life of all products.
Need support identifying the right potential products for your program? Our team of control consultants and customer care professionals are here to help you with any inquiry.
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