AzaMax, What does it do?
With indoor growing becoming more and more popular every day, pests are taking over gardens more than ever before. In fact, most indoor growers in my area are reporting pests in their crops. It used to be just spidermites that took over. Now fungus gnats and thrips are gaining ground here as well. Pests can really be a big problem. Using toxic pesticides that are harmful, and some that are even illegal, is not the answer. While every grower agrees that it is vital to control these bugs for the benefit of all, there are also precious insects and micro organisms that we must protect. AzaMax is harmless to honeybees, earthworms, and soil microflora. It was in response to the concerns of pollution and toxicity that General Hydroponics added AzaMax to their product line.
AzaMax is a highly effective pest control method designed to decimate pest populations. It is made from completely organic active ingredients, specifically one, potent, bio-compound found in Neem oil. AzaMax contains Azadirachtin A&B and more than 100 limonoids.
- It does not use hard chemical solvents and fully uses food grade formulation ingredients.
- AzaMax is the only smell-free product and does not freeze during cold weather.
- AzaMax does not require any surfactants or sticking agents.
- AzaMax is OMRI listed and licensed in all 50 states.
- AzaMax is so safe and free of residue it can be applied on the day of harvest
AzaMax targets spidermites, thrips, fungus gnats, aphids, whiteflies and many other airborne and soil borne pests. AzaMax is an antifeedant and insect growth regulator and it controls pests through starvation and growth disruption. It also is a good systemic product that plants can easily uptake through roots for efficient control of sucking, mining and leaf eating pests, a rare feature among biological or biochemical pesticides.
At the first sight of pests, use AzaMax as a foliar spray or combine the spray with systemic applications per the labels directions. Adjust the rate of AzaMax and the frequency of spray intervals to the intensity of the infestation and the density of your canopy. With the tempratures in my room, spider mites can hatch every three days. So if I get infested spraying happens every other day for 1 week. I really can’t say enough good things about this product, but I want to repeat my favorite thing about AzaMax: It’s is OMRI listed and licensed in all 50 states.