Insects (Concentrates)

Yates Success Naturalyte Insect Control

Controls various caterpillars on fruit and vegetables.


  • Low toxic formulation.
  • Contains spinosad, which is derived from naturally occurring beneficial soil bacteria.
  • Spinosad has translaminar movement, which means it moves into the leaf, making the active resistant to rain and sunlight once the spray has dried.
  • Spinosad is effective through both contact and stomach action where the pest is killed via spraying directly or where they ingest the plants foliage that has been sprayed.
  • Controls a wide range of caterpillars including: diamond back moth, white butterfly, tomato fruitworm and leafroller.
  • Controls insects that may have become resistant to other insecticides.
  • Non-residual, broken down by sunlight and soil microbes into carbon dioxide and water.
  • Child resistant cap.
  • Easy-to-use measure bottle.

How It Works

Natural insecticide, with efficacy equivalent to synthetic products. It has activity by both contact and ingestion. Affects the nervous system of the insect.


10g/litre spinosad in the form of a suspension concentrate.

Directions for use

Shake well before use. Add the required quantity of Success Naturalyte to water and mix well before spraying. Maintain agitation or agitate frequently while spraying. Avoid spraying under windy conditions, or if rain is expected within 6 hours. To ensure good control, complete coverage of foliage is necessary.

Vegetables: 20ml per litre – Spray when pests are first seen and repeat at 7-14 day intervals when pests are active. Spray all foliage including the under surfaces of leaves.

Pipfruit & Avocados: 5ml per litre – Apply thoroughly every 14 days


Do not spray when shade temperatures are near 28°C. Do not spray if rain is expected within 6 hours. Do not spray when bees are foraging. Do not apply when soil is dry or to moisture stressed plants.

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