Questions tagged: Dipel

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Audrey
Answer: Dipel is a very safe product with no witholding period. Just rinse your vegies with water prior to eating to remove any residue.
Answered: 01:58PM, 21 Apr 2010
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Andrea
Answer: Dear Andrea, Dipel is a naturally occurring bacteria and is used to control leaf eating caterpillars of moths and butterflies. It is only harmful ...
Answered: 11:19AM, 18 Jun 2010
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donna
Answer: Dear Donna, Nature’s Way Caterpiller Killer contains Dipel (Bacillus thuringiensis) a naturally occurring bacteria that controls many leaf-ea...
Answered: 02:52PM, 20 Sep 2010
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Megan
Answer: Hi Megan, Dipel contains Bacillus thuringiensis var kurstaki which is a naturally occurring bacteria. The shelf life is 2 years so if your packet ...
Category: Products
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Answered: 01:54PM, 16 Nov 2011
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Richard
Answer: Hi Richard, There is no withholding period for Dipel. All you need to do is simply wash your vegetable before eating them.
Answered: 01:01PM, 09 Aug 2012
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Leo
Answer: There is no witholding period for Dipel. Produce sprayed with this product should just be rinsed to remove any residue.
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 05:00PM, 13 Sep 2012
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Kevin
Answer: Hi Kevin, The cabbage white butterfly and budworms will commonly attack tomatoes. There are two products that are very effective against these pes...
Category: Pests
Answered: 10:37AM, 16 Oct 2012
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Steve
Answer: Hi Steve, Dipel contains a naturally occurring bacteria that is very effective against caterpillars. Although it does not kill caterpillars immedia...
Category: Pests
Tags: Dipel
Answered: 02:02PM, 16 Oct 2012
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Diane
Answer: Hi Diane, It would be best to remove the plants from the pond and spray with Dipel. This product contains Bacillus which is a naturally occurring ...
Category: Pests
Answered: 12:01PM, 22 Oct 2012
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Andrew
Answer: Yates Natures Way Caterpillar Killer Dipel should be mixed in the following way : One 10g sachet per 10 Litres of water or 5g (one level teaspoon e...
Category: Products
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Answered: 01:43PM, 20 Mar 2013
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neil
Answer: Hi Neil, No Dipel doesn’t have a withholding period
Category: Pests
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Answered: 09:24AM, 26 Feb 2014
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Chadd
Answer: Hi Chadd, Unfortunately our Dipel isn’t recommended to be used in aquaponic systems, it would be best to speak to a specialist in this field.
Category: Pests
Tags: Dipel
Answered: 10:37AM, 22 Apr 2014
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Jackie
Answer: Hi there, the first thing you should do is have a look at night to see what could be causing the problem. Its most likely to a caterpillar causing ...
Category: Pests
Tags: Dipel
Answered: 02:23PM, 15 Dec 2015
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Tony
Answer: Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. You can use Yates Dipel to control vine moths. This is a low toxic, organic solution. Dipel does not kill caterpill...
Category: Pests
Answered: 09:22AM, 04 Jan 2016
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Katrina
Answer: Hi Katrina, Thank you for contacting Yates. Unfortunately, we do not have a product to control mosquitoes in ponds. The bacteria found in Yates Dip...
Category: Pests
Tags: Mosquitoes, Dipel
Answered: 02:12PM, 22 Oct 2016
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Robert
Answer: Hi Robert, Thank you for contacting Yates. It sounds as though you have some caterpillars eating their way through the plants and fruit. We recomme...
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:08PM, 05 Nov 2016
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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