Acecap Systemic Insecticide for Bagworms- 3/8" 10 pk

Acecap Systemic Insecticide for Bagworms- 3/8" 10 pk
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Acecap Systemic Insecticide for Bagworms- 3/8" 10 pk
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Get control of your Bagworm problem without spraying.

ACECAP Systemic Insecticide Tree Implants for Control of Certain Destructive Pests of Ornamental Trees now controls and prevents Emerald Ash Borer with the lowest cost treatment available.

Easy to Use ACECAPS contain Orthene, a non-restricted use systemic insecticide, so no record-keeping, special equipment or protective clothing is required. A drill, tape measure, hammer and dowel rod are all you need to begin treating trees with ACECAP.


Systemics work within the plant and are not affected by wind or rain.

By eliminating measuring, mixing and spraying, implants are a practical approach to an integrated tree pest management program.

Kills Destructive Insects

Aphids, Bagworms, Bores, Budworms, Gypsy Moths, Leaf Miners, PineTip Moth, Scale/Crawlers, Webworms, Whiteflies, Wooly Adelgid, Zimmerman Pine Moth , and many more.

ACECAPS® and MEDICAPS® were developed in 1971. For over 35 years, these systemic tree implants have proven to be safe, effective, and the easiest-to-use systemic treatment available for the professional and home gardener. In addition, they offer the lowest cost systemic treatment available to the industry.

PHOSCAP® is a special formulation of highly water soluble phosphate and potassium designed to stimulate tree foliage. It provides Phosphate for plant vigor and root enhancement and Potassium for cell strength and rigidity. PHOSCAP® aids in plant health tolerance to heat, cold and drought. It also reduces plant stress, enhances overall health and increases resistance to disease.

Designed to remain safely inside the tree, the contents are delivered “systemically” throughout the tree with the sap flow. Within a few weeks the outer bark will callous over the implant site, leaving no empty containers to dispose of, a win-win for the applicator and the environment. Ten implants will effectively treat up to a 14” trunk diameter.