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Protect your crops with Trivor insecticide. Translaminar control of Fruit Spotting Bug, Scale, Light brown apple moth & Mealybugs.


Trivor® Insecticide: A Compatible Formulation for Optimal Crop Protection

Trivor is a translaminar insecticide containing two modes of action for knockdown and residual protection of your crops. Trivor® protects your crop from key pests, including Fruit Spotting Bug, Light Brown Apple Moth, Mealybugs and Scales.

Trivor is suitable for insect pest control in various crops, including avocado, citrus, wine and table grapes, macadamia and mango. It is compatible with IPM spray programs and has only a minimal and short-term impact on beneficial insects.



General Info

Trivor Insecticide At A Glance

✔ Dual-Action Formulation

The translaminar insecticide contains two active ingredients, Acetamiprid and Pyriproxyfen, which work together to provide dual-action control of a broad spectrum of pests.

✔ Long Residual Activity

Trivor has a long-lasting residual activity, providing pest control for several weeks after application. This reduces the need for repeated applications and lowers overall pesticide use.

✔ Prevents Pest Resistance

The two active ingredients in Trivor have different modes of action, which reduces the risk of pest resistance developing.

✔ Effective Against Multiple Pests

Trivor controls a wide range of pests, including Fruit spotting bug, scale insects and mealybugs.

✔ Compatible With IPM Programs and Safe For Beneficial Insects

Trivor has been shown to have a low impact on beneficial insects such as bees, ladybugs, and lacewings. It is an effective pest control solution when applied early in the season, allowing beneficial species to become established while managing pest populations. 

✔ Compatibility With A Variety Of Crops

Trivor is a versatile product that can be used on a variety of crops

Application Information and Resources

Application timing for Trivor Insecticide

Trivor should be applied according to the label when crop monitoring indicates target insect pests are becoming active in the crop. Targeting pests at the recommended time on the label is essential to ensure effective control and minimise disruption to beneficial insects. 

In general, Trivor is most effective when applied at the first sign of pest infestation or when pest populations reach threshold levels that could cause economic damage to the crop. It is important to monitor the crop regularly for signs of pest activity and to apply Trivor early in the infestation to prevent pest populations from becoming established.

It is essential to consult the product label for specific instructions on timing and application rates for your particular crop and pest. If you have any questions or concerns please contact your ADAMA rep

Water Volume and Application

Trivor can be applied as a dilute (high-water) volume spray, ensuring thorough coverage of the target area (fruit or foliage throughout the canopy) or as a concentrate spray. When concentrate spraying, ensure your equipment is calibrated to achieve adequate coverage and the correct application rate per ha. 

Always observe the label recommendations for the number of applications per season and the minimum and maximum use rates per ha for the specific crop and pest situation. 

What crops are protected by Trivor?

Trivor is a suitable insecticide on the following crops:

  • Avocado
  • Citrus
  • Grapevines
  • Macadamia
  • Mango

What pests does Trivor Insecticide target?

Trivor insecticide is a broad-spectrum insecticide that can be effective against a wide range of insect pests. The active ingredients in Trivor, acetamiprid, and pyriproxyfen, target different stages of insect development, making it effective against both adult and juvenile stages of certain pests.

Trivor has been proven to work in protecting your crops from:

  • Black Scale
  • Californian Red Scale
  • Citricola Scale
  • Citrus Mealybug
  • Citrus Leafminer
  • Cottony Cushion Scale
  • Fruit Spotting Bug
  • Grapevine Scale
  • Green coffee Scale
  • Kelly’s Citrus Thrips
  • Light Brown Apple Moth
  • Longtailed Mealybug
  • Mango Scale
  • Nigra Scale
  • Oleander Scale
  • Pink Wax Scale
  • Mediterranean Fruit Fly (suppression only)
  • Queensland Fruit Fly (suppression only)
  • Red Scale
  • Soft Brown Scale

What is the Rainfastness of Trivor?

Do not apply if rainfall is expected before spray deposits are dry on the leaf surface.