Transform®
Isoclast® active

  • Insecticide

group

  • 4C

Transform is a systemic insecticide with a novel mode of action for controlling sap-feeding (sucking) insects. Transform controls aphids and greenhouse whiteflies in vegetables. Transform is a participant product of GrowPlus, our new Loyalty Program for viticulture growers.



Technical Specifications

  • Active Ingredient

    240 g/L Isoclast active

  • Application Method
    Can be applied by ground-rig or by aircraft.
  • Mode of Action
    Nicotinic receptor agonist
  • Formulations
    Suspension Concentrate (SC)
  • Group

    4C

  • Packaging
    1 L and 5 L

Target Pests

  • Aphids (Russian wheat aphid, cabbage aphid, green peach aphid, turnip aphid oat aphid, corn aphid, rose grain aphid and soybean aphid)
  • Woolly apple aphid
  • Apple dimpling bug
  • Green mirid
  • Greenhouse whiteflies
  • Mealybug
  • Scale
  • Rutherglen bug
  • Tomato-potato psyllid
  • Lace bug

(Not all pests are registered in all crops; see label for full details)


Additional Resources

Transform Isoclast Bees and Sustainability

Isoclast active, Bees & Sustainability

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Transform Isoclast Rutherglen Bug

Suppression of Rutherglen bugs in Vegetables

Rutherglen bug (RGB) is a native species that breeds on a range of hosts across Australia. RGB is highly migratory meaning it can move rapidly from one host to another and are most troublesome in spring and early summer. 

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Orchard Spray Optimisation Guide

Orchard Spray Optimisation Guide

Maximise your crop return by following these six elements of effective spray application

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Almond Product Range

Almond Product Range

Solutions for the control of weeds, pests and diseases in almonds

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Crops

See full label for details.

Vegetables

Vegetables, Brassica Cole (All) (Brassica spp.)

Vegetables, Bulb

Vegetables, Cucurbit (Cucurbitaceae)

Vegetables, Fruiting

Vegetables, Leafy

Vegetables, Leafy, Brassica

Vegetables, Legume

Vegetables, Root and Tuber

Features

Mode of action

Systemic and translaminar activity.

IPM Integration

Has an excellent fit in IPM programs because it has minimal impact on beneficial insects and predatory mites and does not flare secondary pests.

Resistance fighter

Effective against insects which are resistant to other insecticides; a rotational partner with other chemistries.

Application

Can be applied by ground-rig or by aircraft.