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AgriPhage™- Fireblight

Bacteriophage 
(Erwinia amylovora) 

AgriPhage™ Fireblight is a bacteriophage (virus) which attacks Erwinia amylovora on apples and pears. This product can be used in organic orchards under the USDA National Organic Program but can also be used to enhance the performance of conventional tactics in orchards as a preventative or curative measure. 

AgriPhage FB is NOP-compliant and extremely selective, only attacking and killing specifically targeted bacteria. 

As a result of viral replication, AgriPhage™ actually increases in concentration due to the fact that the virus remains constant and replicates under favorable environmental conditions to continue its attack on Fire Blight.

 

AgriPhage FB is for use against the following pests:

  • Fire Blight (Erwinia amylovora)
 

AgriPhage FB can be used with the following crops:

  • Apples
  • Pears

Application

  • AgriPhage™ Fire Blight can be used in organic orchards under the USDA National Organic Program
  •  Can be incorporated to enhance the performance of conventional tactics in orchards where bacteria has been problematic.
  • Compatible with other insecticide and fungicide products. Allow 24 hours between application of AgriPhage and  Kocide® 2000-O copper fungicide or other copper products.

Active Ingredient:

Bacteriophage for Fire Blight (Erwinia amylovora)

Recommended Rate: 1 -2 qt/50-100 gal/acre

Spray Interval: 2 weeks

Re-entry Interval: 4 hours

Days to Harvest: 0 day PHI

Package size: 2 x 2.5 gal case

Organic Crops

NOP Compliant: 

This product is approved for organic production by the National Organic Program (NOP), a marketing program housed within the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service, the agency that sets marketing standards. The NOP mission is to develop and implement national standards that govern the marketing of agricultural products as organically produced, to facilitate commerce in fresh and processed food that is organically produced, and to assure consumers that such products meet consistent standards.