Terrier Antibiotic

Terrier Antibiotic

Provides seasonal suppression for a variety of diseases

Terrier Antibiotic
A ready-to-use systemic antibiotic for palms, ornamental trees and large woody shrubs providing seasonal suppression for diseases listed below. Preventive application is more effective than suppressive treatment in trees showing disease symptoms.

Indications

Used for ornamental trees and large woody shrubs.

Ingredients

Active: Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride 4.3%
Other Ingredients 95.7%
Total 100.0%

EPA Reg. No. 69117-10
EPA Est. 69117-NE-1

Application Rate

Inject 1-2 ml every 4” around the base of the tree.
120 ml pack treats:
Approximately 20 trees (12” DBH)

Timing of Terrier Injections

Bacterial Leaf Scorch
in Elm, Oak, Sycamore, Oleander, Sweet Gum (Liquidambar)
Apply in late summer or early fall for preventive suppression the following season. Applications made in spring (April or May) will suppress current year symptoms. Terrier Antibiotic
Fire Blight
in Mountain Ash
Applications are most successful when made in early spring (January through May depending upon location) prior to or during bloom period. Applications made after bloom period will still prevent secondary twig infections. Fall applications are NOT recommended for fire blight suppression. Terrier Antibiotic
Ash Yellows
in Ash
Applications for treatment of ash yellows are most successful in the spring and early summer when leafout has reached at least 50% or more as adequate foliage is needed to assure translocation. Terrier Antibiotic
Phloem Necrosis in Elm, also called Elm Yellow If phloem necrosis has been identified in nearby trees it is preferable to treat unaffected trees in late summer or early fall for preventive suppression the following season. Applications made in spring MAY suppress current year symptoms, however results on trees with symptoms is inconsistent. Terrier Antibiotic