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Orthene Comments
ORTHENE: Handle with Care Only the 75%S, a dry powder, is recommended for use on orchids in greenhouses, at the rate of lttpg. (rounded); is highly systemic; the liquid preparation should not be used outdoors; do not use as a drench. A82-512 0
ORTHENE: Insecticide A systemic, useful for get ting rid of thrips and aphids, without damage to the blooms; use a mask and protection when handling. NZ85-16 0
ORTHENE: Is it a Safe Insecticide? It should not cause leaf yellowing; is effective at the rate of 1 to 1.5 ttpg, for control of chewing and sucking insects, also aphids and mealybugs. A80-850 0
ORTHENE: The 15.6% Formula It may cause crippled flowers; use only Orthene 75%S . AH86-63 0

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