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ACECAP® Systemic Insecticide Implants

EPA approved.

Item #: 92911
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ACECAP Systemic Insecticide Implants, 3/8”, Pack of 25

Registered for control of Aphids, Bronze Birch Borers, Emerald Ash Borers, Gypsy Moths, Scale, Pine Tip Moths, Thrips, Web worms, Whitefly and 18 other destructive insects. Contains 98.9% Acephate, a non-restricted use systemic insecticide. Within 2 to 4 days after application, the insecticide translocates throughout the tree, kills insects, and provides continued protection. The implants are effective from 12 weeks in heavy insect infestations and up to 18 weeks in deciduous trees. EPA approved for indoor landscaping where foliar sprays and soil systemics cannot be used. Apply at 4˝ intervals around the DBH. Caution: Not for use in trees where fruit, nuts, or syrup is harvested for sale or consumption.

Product Notes

  • Restricted Sales: R9 Cannot be sold in CA, MA, VT, WA

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Quick Specs

UPC 012162010254
UNSPSC 21102200
Made In United States

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Will this work on brown tail moth caterpillars?
Yes, this will work on brown tail moth caterpillars.
How many trees does one 25 pack treat? Thanks!
The size of the tree determines how many implants are used. For every 4" of circumference at breast height one implant is used.



Acecaps are easy to install and control Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) very well in trees that are too tall to spray. Install in early spring for best effect.


I used ACECAP as directed on a mature Siberian Elm a few years ago in Wallingford, PA against Elm leaf beetle and found that it completely eliminated my problem in one season. This is not a perfect landscape tree, but used as a specimin in a ornimental grounds situation. The tree was too large and space too restricted to spray. I had a growing problem each year and after this product's use, it gave a nice boost in growth to the tree that brought it back to lasting health. I would consider using ACECAPs in any similar situation.


we have 5 hybrid poplar trees, after a severe storm took off the top of the largest tree we discovered it was infested with what was later identified as some kind of bore from a moth. we have used acecaps for three seasons and have not seen any further signs of infestation. Excellent product and great customer service, Thank you.