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SKU: TL01209980

When used early in the growing season, Verimark insecticide protects potatoes, brassica vegetables, and root vegetables from feeding insects, as well as providing suppression of key pest-vectored diseases. That means improved crop establishment, and more chance for higher yields.

Versatility is important too, which is why Verimark insecticide can be soil applied in many ways and settings. In greenhouses, this can take the form of a tray-drench on transplants, a direct root zone application , or with drip chemigation. As an early-season, soil-product, it is the first in its class to control a cross spectrum of sucking and chewing pests through systemic activity. Key pests controlled include whiteflies, psyllids, aphids, leafminers, loopers, thrips, beetles, and Lepidopteran species. (4/case)


    For use on: Beet, garden, burdock, carrot, celeriac (celery root), chervil, chicory, ginseng, horse radish, parsley, turnip-footed, parsnip, radish, rutabaga, turnip, broccoli, broccoli raab, brussels sprouts, cabbage, (chinese, bok choy, napa), cabbage (chinese mustard, gai choy), cauliflower, cavalo broccolo, collards, kale, kohlrabi, mizuna, mustard greens, mustard spinach, rape greens, greenhouse transplants of brassica vegetables.

    For the control or suppression of: Colorado potato beetle, potato flea beetle (early season control of spring adults), cabbage maggot.

    For a full list of crops and application directions, refer to the product label. Always read and follow label directions.

    Active Ingredient



    Group  28  Insecticide

    PCP # 30892


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    • About FMC

      FMC Corporation is an agricultural sciences company with a proud history of serving farmers for more than a century. Their purpose is to enhance the growth of agriculture through the sustainable protection of crops.

    • Please Note:

      Regulations prohibit sale of pest control products outside Canada. For more information about pest control product regulations within Canada, please refer to this summary.