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If on skin or clothing: Take off contaminated clothing. Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water for 15-20 minutes. Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice.
If in eyes: Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing. Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice.
This product kills troublesome outdoor insects which destroy lawns, roses, flowers, trees and shrubs: Ants, Bagworms, Aphids, Armyworms, Chinch Bugs, Inchworms, Spider mites, Beetles, Fleas, Cicadas, Thrips, Cutworms, Sod webworms, Leafrollers, Whiteflies, Moths. Also kills Brown dog ticks, Budworms, Citrus black flies, Cluster flies, Crickets, Earwigs, Elm spanworms, Fall cankerworms, Gnats, Grasshoppers, House flies, Japanese beetles, Leafminers, Lone star ticks, Mealybugs, Millipedes, Mole crickets, Mosquitoes, Scales, Sowbugs (pillbugs), Tent caterpillars, Ticks including Deer tick (which may carry Lyme disease), and many others.
HOSE END SPRAYER: Easy to Use. For Application to Lawns, Outdoor Ornamentals, Outside Surfaces of Buildings, and Other Outdoor Residential Areas. 32 oz. treats up to 5,000 square feet.
Use dilution rates as indicated. 1 fl. oz. = 6 tsp. or 2 Tbsp.; 8 fl. oz. = 1/2 pint or 1 cup. Food utensils such as teaspoons or measuring cups should not be used for food purposes after use with insecticides.
Outside surfaces of buildings
Ants (including foraging fire ants), Chiggers, Clover mites, Crickets, Earwigs, Millipedes, Sowbugs (pillbugs), Mosquitoes
To help prevent infestation of buildings, treat the building foundation to a height of 2 to 3 feet, where pests are active and may find entrance. Also, apply as a residual spray to outside surfaces of building, including porches, screens, window frames, eaves, patios, garages, refuse dumps and other areas where these pests congregate or have been seen. Repeat treatment as needed to maintain effectiveness
6 2/3 fl. oz. in 1 quart of water, treating 400 linear feet with a 6-inch spray band.
Other Outdoor areas
Ants (including foraging fire ants), Chiggers, Crickets, Earwigs, Fleas, Lone star ticks, Ticks, including Deer tick (which may carry Lyme disease)
For treatment of localized infestations of these insects in areas where there are weeds or bushy non-crop areas, spray infested areas thoroughly. For Ants, thoroughly wet hills and runways. Repeat application as reinfestation occurs.
Cluster flies, Flying moths, Gnats, House flies, Mosquitoes
For use only as an aid in reducing annoyance from these insects. Spray outside surfaces of screens, doors, window frames or wherever these insects may enter the room. Also treat surfaces around light fixtures on porches, in garages and other places where these insects alight or congregate. Repeat as necessary.
Application should be made when caterpillars are young and tents are first noticed. For best results, apply in the late afternoon or evening, when caterpillars have returned to their tents. Wet tents with spray on all sides. A few caterpillars may be seen escaping from the tent, however, they should die within several hours.
Bent, Bermuda, Bluegrass, Dichondra, Fescue, Irish Moss, Merion, St. Augustine
Armyworms, Brown dog ticks, Chiggers, Chinch bugs, Cutworms, Fleas, Japanese beetle grubs, Mole crickets, Mosquitoes, Sod webworms, Ticks, including Deer Tick (which may carry Lyme disease)
Thoroughly wet down grass a few hours before applying. Home lawns should be no taller than 3 inches at time of application. Slightly more water may be used as long as the amount of product per area is as listed below. For heavy infestations, repeat application after 2 weeks
6 fl. oz. in 10 gallons of water to cover 1,000 sq. ft.
.Ants (including foraging fire ants), Crickets, Grasshoppers
2 fl. oz. in 3 gallons of water to cover 1,000 sq. ft.
Fire Ants (mound treatment)
Apply 1 gallon of solution as a gentle rain to each fire ant mound using a sprinkler can. Thoroughly wet the mound and surrounding area to a 4 foot diameter. For best results, apply in cool weather, 65║ - 80║ F, or in early morning or late evening hours. Treat new mounds as they appear. Do not disturb the mound prior to treatment. If possible, treat all mounds in the vicinity, and treat all colonies which may not as yet have constructed a mound. Larger quantities of solution can be prepared for multiple mound treatments. Equipment to deliver the diluted product as a gentle rain at the rate of 1 gallon per mound is still required. Do not use equipment that produces a pressurized spray as pressurized sprays may disturb fire ants and cause migration, reducing product effectiveness
6 fl. oz. in 1 gallon of water to treat one mound.
Arizona cypress, Azalea, Birch, Cherry, Non-bearing citrus, Conifers, Elm, English ivy, Euonymus, Weeping fig, Fir, Honeysuckle, Lilac, Mock-orange, Oak, Palm, Philodendron, Pine, Poinsettia, Tulip, Poplar, Rhododendron, Taxus
Aphids, Bagworms, Cicadas, Exposed thrips, Fall cankerworms, Inchworms, Leafminers, Leafrollers, Mealybugs, Spider mites, Whiteflies
Apply as a thorough spray, wetting leaves and branches to the dripping point. Try to penetrate dense foliage. Spray in the late afternoon or evening, when the temperature ranges from 50║ to 75║ F and when there is little or no wind. Spray at the first sign of insects. Repeat as necessary; use intervals of 4-8 days. Application can be made up to the day of collection.
1 fl. oz. in 1 gallon of water
Elm leaf beetles, Elm spanworms, Fall webworms
Douglas and Grand firs
Citrus black flies
Pine beetles, Pine moths, Pine needleminers, Needle scales
Ageratum, Aster, Azalea, Begonia, Coleus, Common ninebark and snowberry, Exacum, Gladiolus, Gold bells, Hypoestes, Ivy, Lilac, Marigold, Mock-orange, Nannyberry, Orchid, Pansy, Pea shrub, Petunia, Poinsettia, Rhododendron, Rose, Snapdragon, Zinnia
Aphids, Bagworms, Cicadas, Exposed thrips, Fall cankerworms, Fall webworms, Inchworms, Leafminers, Leafrollers, Mealybugs, Spider mites, Whiteflies
Apply as a thorough spray, wetting the plants to the dripping point. Try to hit underside of leaves and penetrate dense foliage. Spray in the later afternoon or evening, when the temperature ranges from 50║ to 75║ F and when there is little or no wind. Spray at the first sign of insects. Repeat as necessary; use intervals of 4-8 days. Application can be made up to the day of collection.