Prevent Insects from Becoming Monster Problems With Gravista®-D Insecticide

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Stored grain is susceptible to major damage from insects, whether that grain is being stored on a large-scale commercial operation or on-farm. Tiny insects might seem insignificant, but if left untreated, they can turn into monster problems.

Maintaining post-harvest grain quality is crucial, and the experts at Bug Free Grains are committed to helping protect stored grain and profits from damaging insects.

The Ideal On-Farm Solution

Gravista®-D Insecticide:

  • The only dual-purpose, dry product on the market that combines a synergized adulticide with an insect growth regulator to kill adult insects and prevent future generations from emerging.
  • Effectively reduces the threat of harmful grain insects such as rice weevils, Indian meal moths, grain beetles and more.
  • Gravista®-D Insecticide stops insects at all life stages and helps prevent future infestation.

What’s more, Gravista®-D Insecticide

Works As Hard As You Do

Designed for on-farm storage, this dry formulation offers a ready-to-use solution for protecting post-harvest grain storage from weevils and other costly insects, including the Indian meal moth, sawtoothed grain beetle, red flour beetle, rice weevil, maize weevil, lesser grain borer and other listed pests.

It can be applied directly to post-harvest grain as it flows into storage for extended residual control to help minimize insect damage and maximize the profitability of grains in storage.

Protect Your Investment

Proactive protection with a stored grain protectant like Gravista®-D Insecticide can help reduce insect damage that leads to IDK (Insect Damaged Kernels). Using Gravista®-D Insecticide as part of an integrated pest management (IPM) program is the most effective way to help protect on-farm stored grain.

With this innovative new product, any operation can stay one step ahead of the monster problems tiny insects can cause, from the moment grain is stored to when it goes to market.


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