How do you use vydate?

How do you use vydate?

VYDATE® L is a water soluble liquid. Fill spray tank with water 1/4 – to 1/2- full. Add VYDATE® L directly to the tank. Mix thoroughly while adding remaining water.

What pesticide kills nematodes?

Several fumigant nematicides (Table 2) are available for use against plant-parasitic nematodes. The most common fumigants used to control nematodes in vegetable crops in Georgia are Telone II, chloropicrin, Vapam (metam sodium), and Paladin (dimethyl disulfide or DMDS).

How do you control tomato nematodes?

Other options include adding valuable organic matter that helps support your tomatoes, using soil solarization to kill the nematodes with heat, or fallowing the garden and rototilling it every two weeks to prevent weed establishment.

What is the best strategy for nematode control?

Rotation. Crop rotation is one of the oldest and most economical methods of controlling nematodes. Rotation is simply the practice of not growing a susceptible host in the same site for more than one year.

What is vydate used for?

Vydate® L insecticide/nematicide has shown effective, fast-acting control of aphids, mites, thrips, leafminers, weevils, leafhoppers and other yield-robbing pests across multiple life stages.

What is Lannate used for?

Lannate™ insecticide gives fast-acting control of adults, nymphs, larvae and eggs of many pest species – including aphids, cabbage looper, European corn borer and many others – in crops such as broccoli, cabbage, and sweet corn.

Which chemical is used to control nematodes?

Chemical control of nematodes

Chemical name Trade name Formulation
1,3 dichloropropene Telone/DD-95 Liquid
Ethylene dibromide1 Dowfume W-85 Liquid
Metam-sodium Vapam Liquid
Dazomet Basamid Dust (prill)

How nematodes can be controlled chemically?

Fumigants. Several general purpose fumigants give excellent control of nematodes in soil. All fumigants have low molecular weights and occur as gases or liquids. As they volatilize, the gas diffuses through the spaces between soil particles; nematodes living in these spaces are killed.

How do I get rid of soil nematodes?

Kill Nematodes in the Soil Remove plants and dig up the roots at the end of each growing season to remove the nematodes’ food source. Dispose of the plant matter. Till the soil after removing the plants to dry the soil and expose the nematodes to sunlight, which kills them.

What is the treatment for nematodes?

The treatment of choice for intestinal nematodes, with the exception of Strongyloides, is albendazole or mebendazole. Single-dose or short-course regimens with these oral agents (albendazole 400mg once or mebendazole 500mg once, or 100mg BID for 3 days) cure more than 90% of Ascaris infections.

How do you prevent root knot nematode?

Keep marigolds free of grass and weeds to prevent nematodes from feeding on roots other than marigolds. Plant vegetables sensitive to root-knot nematodes — such as tomatoes, okra, lima beans, beans and others — in the marigold area the following spring.

Is vydate systemic?

Reliable, systemic control Vydate® L insecticide/nematicide is a broad-spectrum insecticide/nematicide for reliable systemic control of labeled above- and below-ground pests in many crops, including tomatoes, cucurbits and peppers.

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