Mauget introduced the long-anticipated Mycoject Ultra Hp, a CAUTION-labeled antibiotic developed specifically for tree injection use in liquid-loadable injectors, now available in 0.5 and 1-liter bottles.
“Antibiotics have been a part of arboriculture for many years, assisting in the defense against infectious tree diseases with great success. Antibiotic injection into the trunk continues to become a widely renowned method for effective treatment. Mycoject Ultra Hp is one of a small number of injectable antibiotics available to tree care professionals today,” explains Nathan Dodds, president of J.J. Mauget Co.
Specifically developed for use with liquid-loadable tree injection equipment, Mycoject Ultra Hp is a high-volume version of the tetracycline antibiotic used in Mycoject Ultra, a completely enclosed, minimal risk microinjection capsule widely used in the professional tree care industry for years. With improved solubility, Mycoject Ultra Hp is a systemic aid in the suppression of certain bacterial diseases in elm, red oak, palm, peach, pear, and non-bearing pecan and plum trees targeting Ash Yellows, Fire Blight, Bacterial Leaf Scorch, Palm Lethal Yellows and Phloem Necrosis.
Mauget’s Mycoject Ultra Hp is on the California fast track for April 2013 registration. Mycoject Ultra Hp is currently undergoing California Department of Pesticide Regulation 30-day public posting period. Once the 30-day posting period is complete, Mycoject Ultra Hp will be available for distribution in California.
Mycoject Ultra Hp is available in 0.5 and 1-liter bottles and orders are now being accepted for early first come, first served delivery. For label information and ordering details, visit www.mauget.com.