CYONARA RTSPRODUCT DESCRIPTION:    Concentrate that comes in a "ready to spray" jug which mixes with water as you apply it when hooked to your garden hose. The jug is 32 oz jug with a "Hose End Sprayer" top.  Cyonara is a good choice for a wide range of insect pests in both the yard and garden.



  • RTS – Ready to Spray – just hook to your garden hose and you're all set – no sprayer needed
  • Low odor
  • Works on wide range of insect pests
  • Covers 8,000-16,000 sq/ft
  • Safe for use in Vegetable Garden

Cyonara RTS is both low in odor and highly effective on many pests and is even labeled for use on vegetables in the garden. Just hook it up to your garden hose and it's ready to spray.

COVERAGE:      Coverage per quart will be from 8,000 to 16,000 sq/ft which is roughly 1/4 to 1/3 of an acre. For larger areas, get CYONARA CONCENTRATE and use a HOSE END SPRAYER to apply it. This will prove more economical in the long run and the better choice if you're treating a 1/2 acre or more on a regular basis.

WHERE TO USE IT:      Lawns, ground cover, trees, your homes exterior, roof tops, vegetable gardens, flowers, bushes and vines.


$25.00   (455230) 32 oz (3+ for $20.00 ea.)



PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:   This concentrate is just about odorless, works on all insects, is highly concentrated and can be sprayed safely throughout the yard on turf and plants. Use a hose end sprayer to apply it with the best sprayer being a 20 GALLON HOSE END. Pictured to the left is the 32 oz size which can treat up to 4 acres.

USE DIRECTIONS:     Add 1-2 oz of Bifen XTS to the hose end sprayer and fill it to the 5 gallon line on the hose end sprayer listed below. Hook it to your garden hose and use the entire sprayer mixture to treat 5,000 sq/ft of area.



$60.00  32 oz  (753985)
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$150.00  128 oz  (756242)
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August 24, 2014

Sheila Baize @ 2:40 pm #

Is this product safe to use with dogs?

September 1, 2014

Chuck Newman @ 10:18 am #

I would like confirmation that Cyonara kills noseeums. I live in Central Coastal Florida, and noseeums are the bane of our existence.

Also, we have large numbers of Anole Lizards that populate the areas near where the noseeums might live/breed. We would like to spare the lizards, as they are effective at controlling other insect populations. Will Cyonara harm the lizards?

Chuck Newman @ 2:47 pm #

@admin: Thank you for your prompt reply!

Assuming there are no issues with Cyonara's hose-end sprayer (Cutter's product does NOT kill noseeums and they're hose-end sprayer often does not work), I think Cyonara is the way I would prefer to go. We have a pool/deck surrounded by 6' wide strips of grass and flower/plant beds. I need to be able to control the spray in those areas to avoid getting it in the pool. Our total lot size is less than 1/3 acre. When one deducts for the house, pool, deck, driveway and paved neighbor's easement, Cyonara should cover just fine.

Question: Have any studies been done to determine how far noseeums can fly? Just curious.

September 5, 2014

Judy Mirr @ 11:36 am #

We have noticed a heavy population of Miller moths around our home this summer. It has been an unusually wet summer in Wisconsin and it seems they are clinging to the siding, screens and looking for ways to get inside. Imagine my surprise (and disgust) when I noticed brown secretions on our roll-up vinyl blinds on our screen porch and rolling them down to clean them discovered 30-40 moths under EACH window blind. (The blinds are installed on the outside of our screen porch.) I staged war with them as they flew all over me and the area. I've had to repeat this a couple times although there are not quite as many. I also found a pocket of them behind a flower box that is attached to our siding. I believe they are responsible for some shrubbery and flowers looking lacey and not doing well. I'm looking for help in controlling these moths. Would the Cyonara be the best product for this? I would appreciate your input. Thank you!

September 7, 2014
June 10, 2015

Jeremy @ 12:08 pm #

Hi – It looks like I have lots of Clover mites on my pool deck and right alongside my house – It looks like Cyonara would be a good choice??? Would this stain my Limestone??


June 23, 2015

Elizabeth Mixer @ 11:04 am #


Yes, it works! I don't use pesticides as a rule but the no-see-ums have been horrible this year so I acquiesced after a few weeks of getting eaten alive on the way to and from my garden. Spraying the ground sounded better than using repellent on myself every day. This product worked perfectly. It not only rid the area of no-see-ums, it also got rid of yellow flies and mosquitoes (I sprayed into the brush and up in the saplings and trees that line the property). That was over a week ago and I'm still having no problems when I go to the garden each day. I only gave Cyonara a 4 star rating because the container is solid white and I was unable to tell when I ran out. The product itself is excellent.

Heather Johnson @ 8:04 pm #

The army worms have not made their way to my flower (perennial) garden, yet. Will this spray keep them away? Or only kill the ones that are present? Will the spray ruin my flowers?

June 24, 2015
June 25, 2015

Amy @ 3:14 pm #

Skinks are getting in my house and I would like to know if Cyonara works on removing them or their food source from around my home.

July 21, 2015

Joyce Boggs @ 9:22 am #


AWESOME! Product is exactly what I was looking for. After only one application, all flying pests were gone. Our yard was overrun with noseeums and flies. You could actually see the pests fleeing from the spray. It did not harm our pets, grass or plants. This product was a life saver. We can now enjoy our yard again.

August 13, 2015

Frank Ft Worth @ 5:24 pm #

Is cyonara safe for vegetable gardens (tomato, squash, cantaloupe, beans, peas, etc)? How long after spraying for safe harvesting?

Also, will cyonara kill garden pollinators, such as honey bees or bumble bees?

Will cyonara kill fire ants?

August 14, 2015
November 13, 2015

Melissa @ 3:57 pm #

I have a black oil blister beetle infestation with horses on property of three acres. Will this product do the job? Rocky property, very short grass pasture. Thanks. Getting desperate here. Lost one pony.

May 31, 2016

Ron Phillips @ 7:24 am #

Can your product kill midges in pine bark mulch?

June 26, 2016

Araba DeGraft-Hanson @ 10:28 am #

I've just used the hand spreader to apply the Bifen granules. I'm ready to apply the Cyonara, but I'm having trouble figuring out how to switch the nozzle "on". There's a vertical piece of plastic that blocks the nozzle from turning. Should I break that?

Peggy Evans @ 12:20 pm #

I just released some beneficial nematodes. Will this product harm them?

June 27, 2016

David Schmerbauch @ 9:13 am #


Using both the Bifenthrin and Cyonara, I have finally got a hand up on these little devils. Very tough and I tried so many things before I found your website and products. Thank you for your help!

July 19, 2016

Alex Brush @ 5:51 am #


Good product; very effective. Noticeable difference after applying. Thank you!

April 22, 2017

S. Harrington @ 1:11 pm #


Excellent product! This product worked very well in conjunction with Bifen granules to treat a springtail problem. The problem was eradicated within two days.

May 11, 2017

Tom Drechsler @ 12:35 pm #

What is the impact to honeybees? Permethrin is toxic to them I understand.

May 31, 2017

Ekaterina Sylvester @ 7:33 am #


The product actually works! I tried so many things to get rid of the gypsy moth caterpillars! However, only CYONARA RTS 32 oz helped! Of course the wind brings more into our yard; but after I sprayed the yard and the house with the product, I didn't see any caterpillars or other bugs for over a week.

June 13, 2017

K.M. @ 10:36 pm #


I found this website a few years ago while looking for tips on pest removal. I am very glad I did because not only does this site offer numerous products to help take care of business, it also offers pro tips and suggestions for which product to use for different purposes. I now buy Cyonara every year to combat gnats, mosquitos and other bugs that enjoy ruining back yard outings. The ready to use bottle is extremely easy to handle and as simple as attaching to your hose and pointing where you want to spread the product. I use it in combination with the pesticide grains that I spread through my yard, flower bed and mulch. Great product. I highly recommend using Cyonara and using the info on the site to help make perfect combos to rid summer nuisances!

June 20, 2017

Lindsey @ 8:19 am #

Will this product help with springtails? I am about to lose my mind with them getting inside of our home and on the outside columns of our house.

October 12, 2017

Cynthia S. @ 6:56 am #


Cyonara has worked quite well for me. I have a big problem with daddy long legs spiders and this product has them on the run, as well as other insects. It seems to keep the spiders away for about 4 weeks which is very helpful. The hose end sprayer is very easy to use and very convenient.

November 3, 2017

Beth Gangi @ 7:12 pm #

I live in central Florida and I’m having a huge skink problem, they are in my brand new shed which is clutter free and clean. I do my crafts out there and house our motorcycles. We even have a window unit air conditioner. These things freak me out! I can deal with the regular fla lizards but these things have to go. I am worried that they are going to draw snakes into my yard which would send me over the edge. Please tell me exactly what I need to order, and I will right away. Thank you for your help!

November 4, 2017
January 14, 2018

Kelly @ 11:27 am #

I’ve been dealing with heavy infestations of Oak Leaf Gall Mites on a giant backyard oak for 4 years. My reactions to the bites have become severe and we need to find a solution to this ASAP. If it were up to me I’d take the tree down but I live in a rental and my landlord will not remove it. I read your treatment suggestions to spray the tree in April, June and August. Is this schedule appropriate for the Dallas area/seasonal weather? The leaves on this tree don’t usually start turning until September or October and continue to fall through January. Last year I was still getting bitten in late February. Thanks for your help.

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