Injected insecticide for two-year control of listed insect & mite pests in deciduous and coniferous trees and palms, proven to be very effective against Emerald Ash Borer. The same TREE-äge you’ve come to trust, now as a General Use Product. Formulated in the USA and backed by more than a decade of University studies and real-world data. Accept no substitutes.


Active Ingredient: Emamectin Benzoate: 4.0%

Other Ingredients: 96.0%

TREE-äge G4 1-Quart – (040-4120)

TREE-äge G4 Case of 4 – (040-4125)

*1 quart treats 27 trees (10″ DBH) at medium rate

TREE-äge G4 Sales Sheet

TREE-äge G4 Label
TREE-äge G4 2(ee) Label Recommendation for NY
TREE-äge G4 2(ee) Label Recommendation for TX
TREE-äge G4 2(ee) Label Recommendation for ME
TREE-äge G4 2(ee) Label Recommendation for CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, OH, PA, RI, VT

TREE-äge G4 2(ee) Label Recommendation for AL, AZ, CA, FL, GA, HI, LA, MA, MS, NC, SC


  • Product Details

      Effective Treatment for:

      Seed and Cone Pests:
      Coneworm (Dioryctria spp.), Cone beetle (Conophthorus spp.), Pine Cone Seed bug (suppression of Leptoglossus and Tetyra spp. in the year of treatment)

      Bud and Leaf Pests:
      Tent Caterpillars including Eastern, Forest, Pacific, and Western; Western Spruce Budworm; Winter Moth; Bagworm; Cankerworm; Casebarer*; Eastern Oak Looper; Elm Spanworm; Fall Webworm; Gypsy Moth; Leafrollers; Linden Looper; Mimosa Webworm; Oak Worm; Pine Needle Miner*; Poplar Tentmaker*; Tussock Moth; Variable Oakleaf Caterpillar*; Yellownecked Caterpillar*; Leafminers including Lepidoptera, Coleoptera, Hymenoptera; Honeylocust Plant Bug; Pine Needle Scale; Conifer Mite; Red Palm Mite; Sawfly including Elm, Pine

      Shoot, Stem, Trunk and Branch Pests:
      Clearwing Borers including Ash, and Sequoia Pine Pitch Tube Moth; Carpenterworm*; Cottonwood Twig Borer; Zimmerman Moth; Flat-headed Borers including adult and larvae of Emerald Ash Borer; Gall Wasps including Banyan Stem Gall Wasp*; Roundheaded Borers excluding Asian Longhorned Beetle; Ambrosia Beetles including Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer (Euwallacea fornicatus); Scolytids (bark beetles): Ips Engraver Beetles, Mountain Pine Beetle, Southern Pine Beetle, Spruce Beetle, Western Pine Beetle, Black Turpentine Beetle, Walnut Twig Beetle, Pinewood Nematode

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