Product Overview

Immediately after an application, Akari's unique "stop-feeding action" not only stops further damage to your plants, but also halts the laying of eggs. This means that the mites are not eating further into profits while they die in 4 to 7 days. Active on all life stages, but especially effective on the plant damaging larvae, nymph, and adult stages, Akari provides residual action of 21 - 28 days. Akari’s EPA reduced-risk classification, excellent plant safety, 12-hour REI and compatibility with beneficial insects make it a powerful addition to your IPM program.
Immediate stop-feed
Prevents further damage to crops and reduces vector-transmitted diseases and viruses
Broad-spectrum activity
Provides a failsafe for misidentified mite species and infestations of multiple mite species
Excellent crop safety on vegetables and ornamentals
Spray your vegetables and ornamentals with the same tank
Active on all life stages
Complete eradication results in a true mite-free environment
EPA Reduced Risk Certified
Less risk to human health and the environment than other miticides such as abamectin and pyridaben
Akari - Landscape Quick Facts
Use Sites
Greenhouses/Shadehouses, Outdoor nurseries, Greenhouse Tomatoes, Peppers and Cucumbers, Plantscapes, Interiorscapes, Christmas trees, Nonbearing Fruit Trees and Vines
Pests Controlled
Mites (Spider Mites, Tarsonemid Mites, Eriophyid Mites), Mealybugs, Whiteflies, Psyllid
Life Stages Controlled
Eggs, Immatures and Adults
Recommended Rate
16 - 32 fl. oz. per 100 gallons
Pre-Harvest Interval (PHI)
<strong>Tomatoes and Peppers:</strong> <br> • 1 day<br> <strong>Cucumbers:</strong> <br> • 7 days</div>
Restricted-Entry Interval (REI)
12 hours
Active Ingredient
Mode of Action (IRAC Group)
METI (21A)

Labels and SDS

Specimen Label

Safety Data Sheet

Registered States

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