Aria Insecticide features a water dispersible formula that contains flonicamid as its active ingredient. This insecticide targets aphids - which are one of the most destructive pests in greenhouses that will attack almost every type of ornamental plants. Aphids are one of the toughest pests to control with increased resistance. This is where Aria comes in. It features a unique mode of action. By contact and ingestion, Aria stops both immature and adult aphids from feeding within one hour and within 3 to 5 days they will be eliminated because of starvation and dehydration. There is no known cross-resistance with other insecticides. Aria is perfect as a rotation option. Even though Aria is tough on insects, it is very gentle on most plant species and ornamentals. It will have minimized impact on honeybees, birds and beneficials. Flonicamid will even remain effective in high temperatures.
The smart chemistry that aphids can’t resist.
Aphids are one of the most destructive pests in greenhouses, known to attack almost every species of ornamental plant you grow. What’s worse, increased resistance has made aphids one of the toughest pests to manage—especially without running the risk of harming plants or beneficial insects.
Aria® insecticide features a unique mode of action. Through contact and ingestion, the active ingredient in Aria stops both adult and immature aphids from feeding within one hour of treatment, and eliminates them within three to five days as a result of dehydration and starvation.
Aria effectively controls many species of aphids that attack greenhouse plant investments. With no known cross-resistance with other insecticides, Aria is an ideal part of your chemistry rotation. What’s more, the active ingredient in Aria (flonicamid) remains effective, even when exposed to higher temperatures.
Targeted, responsible control.
While tough on all major species of aphids, Aria is easy on most plant species and ornamentals. Its unique chemistry is designed for minimized impact on birds, honeybees and beneficials, with no effect on coleopterans, lepidopterans or arachnids. With a “caution” signal word and low use rates, Aria is all the control you need without posing a significant threat to the delicate environment of your greenhouse.