Abamectin*: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.0%*
Other Ingredients: 92.0%
Divanem™ is formulated as a suspension concentrate and
contains 0.7 lb abamectin per gallon.
Divanem™ nematicide delivers excellent turf quality through proven, broad-spectrum control including sting, lance, and root-knot nematodes. The innovative formulation moves quickly into the soil where nematodes are most active and provides drought tolerance and quicker recovery from stress.
1 x 0.5 gal. jug of Divanem is available in a Multipak with 5 x 1 lb. jugs of Heritage Action.
- Controls the most troublesome nematode species including sting, root-knot and lance.
- Powered by the trusted active ingredient abamectin, Divanem is a suspension concentrate formulation designed to move more quickly into the soil to where parasitic nematodes are found for fast, effective control at the source.
- Helps protect roots from nematode damage and drought, which leads to more durable, stress-tolerant turf that can recover quicker from stresses like disease and aerification.
- Allows flexible application rates and season-long rotations for effective agronomic program.
- Divanem is available for individual sale or in a Multipak with Heritage Action™ fungicide.
- When used with Heritage Action, superintendents can help manage nematodes as well as diseases and abiotic stress.
- No special equipment needed for application.
- No course closures are required during or after application. Re-entry is permitted after the spray has dried.
- Safe for use on greens, tees and fairways of all turf species.
- Active ingredient quickly moves into the soil layer and stays where nematodes are found.
- Turf should be wet prior to application, and a wetting agent and surfactant should be tank-mixed with Divanem.
- For best results, applications should be made during mornings when light levels are low and dew is present. If no dew is present, a short irrigation cycle should be run to moisten turf prior to application.
Application rates: 3.125 to 12.2 oz. per acre