Venerate (OMRI)

  • $250.00

Effective Bioinsecticide & Miticide For Broad Spectrum Pest Control On Agricultural Crops In Fields & Greenhouses!

Venerate XC uses killed cells of the Burkholderia spp. strain A396 and spent fermentation media to control insects in fields and greenhouses. It works within several modes of action: It's toxic when ingested, degrades insect exoskeletons and interferes with the molting process. Any one of those can cause mortality in target pests; but Venerate XC combines them for maximum control. These modes of action also reduce risk of target insects developing resistance making it effective as part of Insect Resistance Management programs.

Venerate XC offers broad spectrum control against a wide range of foliar feeding insects and plant-feeding mites. These include aphids, beetles, whiteflies, russet mites, thrips, leafhoppers, stink bugs, lygus bugs and more. It is effective against both adults and nymphs.

Benefits of Venerate XC

  • Proven effective for controlling persistent pest infestations.*
  • 0-day PHI (Pre-harvest Interval)
  • 4-hour REI (Restricted-Entry Interval)
  • MRL (Maximum Residue Limit) Exempt
OMRI Listed Venerate XC is suitable for conventional and organic gardening. Apply it as a foliar spray to most agricultural crops through ground or aerial equipment. No spray buffer is required and there is no limit to the number of applications per season.


Application Rates: Apply 1-4 qts/acre on a 7-day interval. For smaller scale applications, use 2-4 tbsp./gal. Applicators can alternate with another product on a 7-day interval. No spray buffers are needed and there are no limits on the number of applications per season. 

Caution: Avoid applying Venerate XC when beneficial insects are active in the application area. While it poses less risk than conventional chemical pesticides, Venerate XC can still negatively impact beneficial populations. Wait 48 hours after the last application to release beneficials in the treatment area. 

This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases: Broad Mites, Russet Mites, Spider Mites, Aphids (Aphidoidea), Leafhoppers, Stink bugs (Halyomorpha halys), Lygus, Armyworms (Pseudaletia unipuncta), Asian Citrus Psyllids (ACP), Cutworms, Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD), Loopers, Sharpshooters, Mites, Earworms, Caterpillars/Moths, Beetles and more.