TOPBUXUS XenTari against Oak Processionary Caterpillar

  • TOPBUXUS XenTari can also be used against the Oak processionary caterpillar

  • TOPBUXUS XenTari can be used with an existing caterpillar pest but can also be used preventively

  • One treatment in early April is sufficient for a caterpillar-free year!

  • TOPBUXUS XenTari is safe for beneficial insects such as bees, and birds. Even for young birds that are fed the treated caterpillars

  • TOPBUXUS XenTari is an biological insecticide based on the bacterium Bacillus Thuringiensis subsp. Aizawai

 

When to use?

The major advantage of TOPBUXUS XenTari is that it can be applied preventively when the caterpillars do not yet have their irritating hairs, making the application harmless for the practitioner.

The right moment of application is easy to determine. This is when the oak trees begin to develop their new leaves, usually in early April.

One treatment at the beginning of the season prevents later problems with the hairs of the oak processionary caterpillar!

How to use?

Dosage: 1 sachet of TOPBUXUS XenTari (1 gram) per liter of water, stir well so that the product dissolves well.
Spray the mixture from below into the crown of the tree, trying to cover as much leafves as possible. Wear (disposable) overalls, mask, goggles, gloves and boots to perform the treatment safely.