Azamax Gallon

Botanical Insecticide, Miticide, and Nematicide

AzaMax is a natural product with a broad spectrum of pest control and broad plant applications.

AzaMax is made from special Azadirachtin Technical extracted using patented extraction technology from Neem, a tree known for it’s innumerable benefits. AzaMax contains Azadirachtin A&B as active ingredients and more than 100 limonoids from it’s special technology. The special feature of AzaMax is that it does not use hard chemical solvents and uses food grade formulation ingredients. AzaMax is OMRI listed and licensed in all 50 states.


Use AzaMax against the following pests:

HEMIPTERA AND HOMOPTERA including but not limited to: true bugs including boxelder bugs, chinch bugs, lygus bugs and stink bug; lacebugs; leafhoppers including grape leafhopper, spittlebug, potato leafhopper and variegated leafhopper; mealy bugs including apple mealy bugs, citrus mealy bugs, grape mealy bugs; whiteflies including greenhouse whitefly, silverleaf whitefly and sweet potato whitefly and woolly whitefly; aphids including apple aphid, green peach aphid, melon aphid, pea aphid, potato aphid and rose aphid; psyllids including pear psyllids and scales including black scale, brown soft scale, California red scale, coffee scale, olive scale, San Jose scale, and cottony cushion scale.

LEPIDOPTERA including but not limited to: moths including European pine shoot moth, pine tip moth and Tussock moth; leafrollers including blueberry leafroller, filbert leafroller, fruitree leafroller, citrus leafminers, grape leafroller, oblique banded leafroller, omnivorous leafroller; cutworms including black cutworm and citrus cutworm; caterpillars and loopers including bagworms, budworms, cabbage looper, canker worms, case bearers, caseworms, corn earworm, diamondback moth, fruit worms, grapeleaf skeletonizer, gypsy moth, hornworms, imported cabbageworm, navel orangeworm, soybean looper, spruce budworm, tent caterpillar, tip moths, tobacco budworm, tobacco hornworm, tomato pinworm and tussock moth; armyworms including beet armyworm, fall armyworm, lawn armyworm, southern armyworm and yellow striped armyworm; webworms and leaf perforators.

COLEOPTERA including but not limited to: beetles, grubs and weevils including Asian long-horned beetle, bark beetles, black vine weevil, Colorado potato beetle, elm bark beetle, European chafer, flea beetles, Japanese beetle, June beetle, leaf beetles, Mexican bean beetle, Northern masked chafer, rose chafer and Southern masked chafer and twig girders.

DIPTERA including but not limited to: flies including Caribbean fruit fly, cherry maggots, crane fly, fungus gnat, Hessian fly, oriental fruit fly, Mediterranean fruit fly, marsh crane flies, melon fly, shore fly and walnut husk fly; leafminers including citrus leafminers and serpentine leafminers.

THYSANOPTERA including but not limited to: thrips including citrus thrips, flower thrips, gladiolus thrips, onion thrips, thrips palmi and Western flower thrips.

ACARINA including but not limited to: mites, red spider mites, brown mite, clover mite, conifer spider mite, European red mite, spruce spider mite, and two-spotted, spider mite.

ORTHOPTERA including but not limited to: crickets; grasshoppers; locusts.

HYMENOPTERA including but not limited to: sawflies including European sawflies, pear sawflies, red-headed pine sawflies, yellow-headed pin sawflies.

NEMATODA Nematodes (suppression)


Ornamental Plants and Flowers including but not limited to: Actinopteris, African violets*, ageratum, aglaonema, Algerian ivy, allamanda, alocasia, amaranthus, anthurium, aphelandra, arborvitae, Artemisia, aster, aucuba ilex, azalea, baby’s breath, begonia, Boston fern, bougainvillea, boxwood, brachycome, cacti, calabrese, caladium, calathea, calendula, calla, camellia, carnation, ceanothus, chrysanthemum, cineraria, coleus, columbine, cotoneaster, cyclamen, daffodil, dahlia, daisy, daylily, delphinium, dianthus, dieffenbachia, dogwood, dusty miller, Easter lily, English ivy, euphorbia, fern, ficus, foliage plants, foxglove, freesia, fuschia, gaillardia, gardenia, geranium, gerbera, gladiola, gloxinia, gypsophilla, hedera, hibiscus, hyacinth, hydrangea, ilex, impatiens, iris, ivy, jasmine, lilac, lily, maidenhair fern, mandevilla, marigold, narcissus, nasturtium, orchid*, pansy, pelargonium, peony, peperomia, petunia, philodendron, phlox, photinia, pinks, pittosporum, poinsettia*, pothos, portulaca, primrose, pyracantha, rhododendron, rose*, rosemary, rubber plant, salvia, schefflera, sedum, sempervivum, snapdragon, spathiphyllum, stock, syngonium, tulip, verbena, vinca, wandering jew, yucca, zinnia. *Please note that when making applications to these species, spotting of plant foliage and blossoms is possible.

Ornamental Trees and Shrubs including but not limited to:  Andromeda, arborvitae, ash, Austrian pine, azalea, beech, birch, birdsnest spruce, blue spruce, bougainvillea, boxwood, butternut, cedar, charmaecyparis, cherry, cotoneaster, crabapple, cyprus, dogwood, Douglas fir, elm, euonymus, firethorn, forsythia, hackberry, hawthorn, hemlock, hickory, holly, honey locust, horse chestnut, juniper, larch, laurel, lilac, linden, London planetree, magnolia, mandevilla, maple, mimosa, mountain ash, myrtle, oak, pachysandra, peach, photinia, pine, planetree, poplar, privet, purpleleaf wintercreeper, quince, sage, spruce, sycamore, white cedar, white pine, yew.


Leafy Vegetables including but not limited to: Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Collards, Endive, Kale, Lettuce, Spinach.

Root Vegetables including but not limited to:  Beet, Carrot, Horseradish, Parsnip, Potato, Radish, Sweet potato, Turnip, Yams.

Fruiting Vegetables including but not limited to: Eggplant, Pepper, Tomatillo, Tomato.

Cucurbit Vegetables including but not limited to: Cucumber, Gourd (edible), Muskmelon, Pumpkin, Squash, Watermelon, including Cantaloupe, Casaba, Gherkins, Melons (including hybrids), Zucchini.

Legume Vegetables including but not limited to: Bean, Chickpea, Lentil, Pea.

Bulb Vegetables including but not limited to: Garlic, Onion, Shallot.

Berries including but not limited to: Blackberry, Blueberry, Raspberry, Strawberry, others include: Boysenberry, Currants, Dewberry, Elderberry, Gooseberry, Loganberry.

Herbs and Spices including but not limited to: Chive, Dill, Fennel, Mustard, Sage, Sweet bay, others include: Anise, Balm, Basil, Black pepper, Borage, Caraway, Catnip, Chamomile, Coriander, Cumin, Curry leaf, Dandelion, Fenugreek, Horehound, Hyssop, Marjoram, Marigold, Mint, Nasturtium, Pennyroyal, Peppermint, Rosemary, Savory, Spearmint, Tansy, Tarragon, Thyme, Wintergreen, Woodruff, Wormwood.

Nut Trees including but not limited to: Almond, Brazil nut, Filbert, Hickory nut, Pecan, Pistachios, Walnut.

Pome Fruits including but not limited to: Apple, Quince, or Pear (Comice varieties: DO NOT apply more than 24 fl oz/A. DO NOT apply after pink stage of flowering; test small areas of other varieties of pears for plant safety prior to full scale usage.)

Stone Fruits including but not limited to: Apricot, Cherry, Nectarine, Peach, Plum.

Citrus Fruits including but not limited to: Grapefruit, Lemon, Lime, Orange others include: Citrus Citron, Mandarin (tangerine), Nectarine, Satsuma (orange mandarin), Tangerine.

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  • Item #: GH2003
  • Manufacturer: General Hydroponics

Azamax Gallon

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