Yes. This is due to the pre-emulsified formulation. The benefits of the pre-emulsification process are that SuffOil-X dilutes with water easier and more thoroughly. Hard water is not a problem. SuffOil-X will not separate for many hours in a spray tank. It allows for excellent coverage because smaller oil [...]
Yes. Ammonia is added to control biological degradation of the formulation.
SuffOil-X has been tested on a broad range of plants; a list is available here. The unique formulation allows for less oil to be applied and faster drying time. The small droplets allow for more uniform coverage and a thinner coating of the leaf surface. Since heavy oils are [...]
As with any product, care must be taken when handling it. SuffOil-X is labeled as a category III pesticide with the signal word Caution. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - see label for details. Restricted Entry Interval (REI): USA label – 4 hour REI; Canada label – 12 hour REI. [...]
Yes and no. While SuffOil-X will kill beneficial insects when sprayed directly on them, SuffOil-X leaves no harmful residues and therefore is less disruptive to beneficial insects than traditional materials with long residual activity. SuffOil-X allows beneficials to rapidly repopulate a sprayed area. Releases of beneficials can begin within [...]
No. SuffOil-X is not labeled for drenching.
No. It is a contact material.
The primary mode of action is suffocation. This mode of action requires total spray coverage. As a fungicide, it interferes with the attachment of the pathogen to the host. IRAC MODE OF ACTION CLASSIFICATION: UN.
SuffOil-X has a wide range of activity on most mites, scales, aphids, mealybugs, thrips, whiteflies, and other immature or adult soft bodied insects. It is also effective on eggs of mites and aphids. SuffOil-X also suppresses powdery mildew.
Spray Oil Emulsion Insecticide, Miticide and Fungicide. The active ingredient is mineral oil. It is the ideal choice for effective insect, mite and disease control in a broad range of greenhouse, nursery and vegetable crops.