Questions about: Pests

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Jules
Answer: Hi Jules, To control fruit fly in your fruit trees consider Yates Nature’s Way Fruit Fly Control. It works by tricking the insect into absorb...
Category: Pests
Tags: fruit fly, mango
Answered: 11:42PM, 05 Sep 2017
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Sue
Answer: Hi Sue, Thank you for contacting Yates. The answer is yes you can. The tablets are great to combat the psyllids that attack your tree where the Pes...
Answered: 01:37PM, 04 Sep 2017
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Evelyn
Answer: Hello Evelyn, Like all registered pesticides, Confidor products must not be used except strictly as directed on the label. According to label direc...
Category: Pests
Tags: scale, Bay, confidor
Answered: 10:57PM, 29 Aug 2017
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Mike
Answer: Hi Mike, Thanks for contacting Yates. Pest oil is a great product to scale and aphids, however, with all products in our range, they are registered...
Answered: 10:34AM, 23 Aug 2017
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Robyn
Answer: Hi Robyn, Thank you for contacting Yates. Could you please provide more details in reference to the sprays. In general it is best to apply a pestic...
Category: Pests
Tags: macadamia
Answered: 01:53PM, 18 Aug 2017
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Camilla
Answer: Hello Camilla, This does look like caterpillar damage. To control caterpillars on ornamental plants, try Yates Success Ultra Insect Control. Click ...
Category: Pests
Answered: 09:16PM, 06 Aug 2017
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Carl
Answer: Hi Carl, Thanks for contacting Yates. Unfortunately, we don’t have a product in our range that is registered to target caterpillars in an aqu...
Category: Pests
Answered: 11:05AM, 03 Aug 2017
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Danielle
Answer: Hi Danielle, Thank you for contacting Yates. It seems your lilly pilly has been affected by two different pests. The eaten edges suggest that it ma...
Answered: 05:17PM, 14 Jul 2017
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Jaine
Answer: Hi Jaine, Thank you for contacting Yates. Caterpillars can be effectively controlled by Nature’s Way Dipel Caterpillar Killer. Please check b...
Category: Pests
Answered: 08:24AM, 03 Jul 2017
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Dan
Answer: Hi Dan, Thanks for contacting Yates. From the photo it looks like it is the larvae of the Green Strip Beetle (Paropsides calypso). Unfortunately, w...
Answered: 12:00PM, 04 Jun 2017