Multi Purpose Insect Killer

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:   New and improved formulation making this one of the best organic concentrates available. Made from pyrethrins (.24%) and potassium salts of fatty acids (20%). Kills soft and hard-bodied insects like caterpillars, cockroaches, beetles, whiteflies and a wide range of bugs like mealy and stink bugs. Safe for use up to the day of harvest.  OMRI Listed® and compliant for use in organic gardening making this a great choice for tough pests like white flies, aphids and pretty much any kind of garden pest.

WHERE TO USE IT: Flowers, Fruits, Lawns, Trees, Shrubs and Vegetables.

RATE OF APPLICATION:     Mix 6.4 oz of concentrate to one gallon of water. Apply over 500-750 sq/ft of plant surface area per mixed gallon. Product can be used daily if needed since it has 1 day to harvest. If it doesn't rain or if there are no pests present, apply every 1-2 weeks to maintain a pest free garden.







$40.00   (663615) 32 oz
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May 28, 2015

Jeremy Solum @ 4:46 pm #

Does this affect bees? If so, any suggestions? I am having an aspen leaf miner problem, but this looks like it'll take care of a lot of issues down the road. Thanx.

May 29, 2015
May 31, 2015

carol @ 11:31 pm #

Will this be effective in spraying outside for carpenter ants? How frequent do I need to spray? I have toddlers and a dog in my home so don't want to use toxic spray.

June 1, 2015
August 3, 2015

Mike @ 5:52 am #

Two questions:

(1) will an application of this product, or similar (i.e. liquid Sevin) on bagworms now have any benefit? Have just discovered bagworm infestation on backside of Leyland Cypress trees. They are in their cocoons now.

(2) these trees are at least 30 feet tall, are there sprayers available that could be used to apply product to this height? Or will I need to hire a professional to apply?

Thank you for your help.

March 29, 2016

Philip Kelly @ 8:54 pm #

Do you think this will work on cicadas?

March 30, 2016
November 11, 2016

richard dunsdon @ 2:08 am #

Will this product work on colorado potato beetles?

May 19, 2017

Brittany @ 2:58 pm #

Is this product safe for pets? We've been overrun with cicadas in the backyard (the primary play space of our two dogs.)

July 17, 2017

JG @ 10:46 am #

Will this kill grasshoppers and crickets??? or can you recommend the best organic spray to kill them, thanks.

September 7, 2017

Doug M. @ 1:15 pm #


So far it's working just fine.

October 8, 2017

Christa @ 9:55 pm #

I have a blister beetle infestation in my grass (we have mowed weeds for a lawn). Will this product kill grass? Also, I would be happy to control a wolf spider over population as well. Any chance of repelling them? I kill one per day in my basement.

October 9, 2017
October 20, 2017

Jenny @ 3:18 pm #

I am having a hard time getting the seeds to grow in my garden. I am thinking it is due to the rolly polly/potatoe bugs which are plentiful in the ground. Do you have something that will get rid of them even if there are very few plants growing yet? I need something to treat the bugs in the ground so plants can grow.

October 21, 2017
August 16, 2018

Dave D @ 7:10 pm #

Hi, I have a very bad infestation of whiteflies in my backyard lawn and 2 dogs. How long after application can I safely allow the dogs to go on the lawn? Thank you.

August 17, 2018
October 22, 2018

Marion mccraw @ 8:26 am #

Our lawn is eaten up by army worms. Will this product kill the army worms and will they return?

January 13, 2019

Susan A @ 5:47 pm #

Will this product work on squash beetles/bugs? I’d like to use an effective but organic product.

August 6, 2019

Toni @ 8:36 pm #

Is this product safe for use on Blue Spruce? Our Blue Spruce has bag worms.

August 7, 2019
October 8, 2019

Scott Jacobs @ 11:57 pm #

Hey guys I have 2 questions. Number 1 can you ship to Canada? And number 2 does this product work the same on marijuana plants?

October 9, 2019

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