VEGETABLES PET LAWN CONCENTRATEPRODUCT DESCRIPTION:     This Permethrin concentrate is labeled for all kinds of pests for use on all kinds of plants including fruit and vegetables. Odorless and fast acting, it will both kill what is active as well as repel nuisance and destructive insects. This is essentially the same material as the PERMETHRIN 10% used for all kinds of pests in and around the home, yard and garden.

WHERE TO USE IT:       On target plants, shrubs, trees and basically anywhere nuisance pests are active. It can also be used on surfaces where flies and pests come to rest like the side of the home, window screening, trees and kennel areas. Some of the insects it will help to control and repel include (but not limited to) ants, aphids, bagworms, budworms, cankerworms, cicadas, citrus black flies, cluster flies, corn earworms, crickets, earwigs, elm leaf beetles, fall webworms, fleas, fungus gnats, gnats, gypsy moths, house flies, inch worms, japanese beetles, leafminers, leafrollers, moths, oak worms, mealybugs, mosquitoes, noseeums, sandflies, scale, solder mites, spider mites, tent caterpillars, thrips, ticks, tussock moths, whiteflies and over 100 more insects on the label.

RATE OF APPLICATION:   This will vary depending on where you’re treating. For example, when treating vegetable or fruit producing plants, 1/4 to 1/2 oz per gallon of water is the recommended rate. When treating pets (dogs) or livestock for biting flies, fleas, ticks, etc., 6 oz per gallon of water used a spray or dip is recommended. And for use on the home or in turf for common perimeter invaders, use 2-4 oz per gallon of water; 1 gallon of mixed material will cover up to 1,000 sq/ft of surface area.




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September 28, 2014

Jenny @ 7:12 am #

We have straw itch mites in the hay we just purchased. It’s all stored in a loft in a barn where the horses live. What can we use to get rid of them and be safe for the horses? What’s the difference between the Vegetables Plus and the Essentria? Can a sprayer be used instead of a mister? Thanks.

June 25, 2015

Deborah Arsenault @ 6:34 am #


The Veg Plus 10% Perm is an awesome product. I find that when it rains i do have to spray again, although we are infested with Gypsy moth caterpillars my yard and veggies are the only ones standing. The sprayer also helps as is squirts pretty high up. I make sure i get the tree trunks in the evening and the wood chips as i know they like hiding under those. All in all i find this product incredible, by the time i get to the side of the house i’ve started to see them dying. I had to buy 3 more as i have friends and family asking how i still have leaves in my yard. My boss even wants me to spray her house. Awesome Awesome Awesome.. AAAA++++ Thank you very much i’m sure you’ll be selling many as i have been spreading the news around.

July 14, 2015

Charles @ 5:53 am #


Delivered as promised. I had an outstanding experience. Check out was simple. Shipping was well communicated and fast. The product arrived in one piece. I will definitely use this company again.

July 16, 2015

Charles @ 9:09 am #


Great Online Seller! I had a great experience with online seller!!!

The seller kept me in the loop with the status and shipping of my product. The product arrived two days earlier than promised. Everything was delivered as promised.

I’ll be doing business with this seller again!!!

February 20, 2018

Lena @ 1:49 pm #

Last year I had Leaf footed bugs in my tomatoes, will this spray control them? If so how often do I need to spray?

June 24, 2018

Jenny @ 8:16 pm #

Would this work on cucumber beetles? My plants are beginning to fruit and are quite large, will this kill the beetles on the plants and prevent new ones from snacking on my garden?

June 25, 2018
May 24, 2019

Mike @ 6:20 pm #

How close to harvest can this be sprayed on vegetables? Is it ok to spray the day before harvest? Or should you wait longer?

August 12, 2019

Bonnie Johnson @ 10:12 am #

I have thripes in my Hibiscus blooms and have tried Neem Oil and Bayer three in one with no results. Will Lawn, Garden, Pet & Livestock Insect Control by Hi Yield do any good?

September 11, 2019

JSJ @ 7:26 am #


I have had a problem with leaf footed bugs on my tomatoes the past 3-4 years. I do not like to use pesticides in my garden but I couldn’t find anything to combat the bugs. I have tried several different things from neem oil to seven dust/spray, they didn’t do anything to the leaf footed bugs. I found this website while trying to find a solution online, this was the only product that I found that stated it would combat the leaf footed bugs. When it arrived I already had a large infestation, they were ruing my tomatoes. I mixed it in my sprayer as per the directions and all it has taken was one good spraying and the bugs have left and I haven’t seen any since spraying. I know this is still a chemical but it does say say safe to spray up to harvest. Hopefully this will break the cycle of these bugs appearing every year. Very satisfied with the service and the product.

March 4, 2020

Bela @ 12:58 pm #

I have a variety of flying insects on and inside my barn. Can I spray the outside and inside of my barn to control them?

May 12, 2020

Ben S. @ 10:10 am #


Have had trouble controlling cucumber beetles in the past but combining vegetable plus with spreader did a great job. Won’t use anything else going forward.

June 12, 2020

Chris Lindon @ 10:09 am #

Needing to target cucumber and Mexican bean beetles on my greenbeans/ snap beans. Beans are not labeled for this product. Do you have another product for greenbeans.

August 5, 2020

Micchael DiPonio @ 9:10 am #


Used product to treat a large garden. After 1 application I noticed a decrease in beetle activity. I used a backpack mister to apply. Also used to help with gypsy moth infestation. Main thing I likes about this product is that it will not harm our chickens or dogs. I live in the middle of the Huron Forest in upper Michigan. I’m going to spray trees next for ticks. Will continue to use this product.

June 4, 2023

Lauren @ 6:05 am #


Is this safe to spray on strawberries that will ripen up within a few days?

June 5, 2023

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