Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer

Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer

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Stay comfy and pest-free with the Spectracide Triazicide Ready-to-Spray. This fast-acting formula kills over 180 insects on contact. Once and done. Ready to spray.

Ingredients

Active Ingredient: Gamma-Cyhalothrin (0.08%), Other Ingredients: (99.92%)

Directions

For outdoor use around the home only. Attach to hose. Stop. Read entire label before use. Where to Use: Outdoors. Storage and Disposal: Pesticide Storage: Store in a cool dry area away from heat or open flame. Pesticide Disposal: If Empty: Nonrefillable container. Do not use or refill this container. Offer for recycling, if available. If partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain. Directions for Use: It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not allow children or pets into the treated area until dry. Do not water the treated area to the point of runoff. Do not make applications during rain. All outdoor applications must be limited to spot or crack-and-crevice treatments only, except for the following permitted uses: 1. treatment to soil or vegetation around structures. 2. Applications to lawns, turf and other vegetation. 3. Applications to building foundations, up to a maximum height of 3 feet. Other than applications to building foundations, all outdoor applications to impervious surfaces such as sidewalks, driveways, patios, porches and structural surfaces (such as windows, doors and eaves) are limited to spot and crack-and-crevice applications only. Application is prohibited directly into sewers or drains, or to any area like a gutter where drainage to sewers, storm drains, water bodies, or aquatic habitat can occur. Do not allow the product to enter any drain during or after application. In New York state, this product may not be applied to lawns within 100 feet of a coastal marsh, or stream that drains directly into a coastal marsh. How to Apply: Determine the size of the spraying job. For lawns, measure the area to be sprayed. For trees, shrubs and flowers, apply as a thorough cover spray. Begin treating when insects first appear. Applications should be repeated only as directed to maintain control. Apply as directed. Remember, thorough coverage is important. Be sure to follow the important use limitations for the specific vegetable you are treating, including the amount of spray that can be applied, the interval between treatments and the days to wait before harvest. Using the Ready Spray Nozzle: 1. Shake container well before using. 2. Connect a garden hose to the ready spray nozzle. Make sure the dial on the nozzle is in the off position with the safety tab in the valve notch. 3. Turn on water at faucet. Extend hose to the farthest area to be treated and work back toward the faucet so you don't come in contact with the treated area. 4. To begin spraying, point nozzle toward treatment site and a. bend the safety tab back (located at right of dial) with you thumb and b. hold while turning dial clockwise until it stops. Water will automatically mix with the product. 5. Spray until wet to control insect. Walk at a steady pace while spraying using and even sweeping motion, slightly overlapping treated areas. 6. To stop spraying, quickly turn the dial counterclockwise until it stops and the safety tab engages into the notch on the valve. Turn water off at faucet. To relieve pressure before removing nozzle from hose, bend the safety tab back and turn dial on until water stops spraying. 7. To store unused product, make sure the dial is in the off position with safety tab in the valve notch. Place in cool area away from heat, sunlight or open flame. Note: This product is non-staining to most home siding depending on age and cleanliness. However, before using in areas where the spray may contact home siding (vinyl siding in particular), test in an inconspicuous area and recheck in a few hours. Do not use if any staining observed. Lawns: Thatch-infesting insects/underground insects including blue grass billbug (adult), black turfgrass ataemois (adult), chiggers, chinch bugs, white grubs (Japanese beetle, European chafer, southern chafer), dung beetle and hyperodes weevils (adult) and mole crickets (nymphs and young adults). Use one quarter of this product to treat 2,560 sq ft of lawn. For subsurface insect control (mole crickets, grubs), water treated area with additional 1/4 to 1/2 inch of water for optimum results. Do not apply more than seven times per year per location. Surface insects including ants (Argentine, southern, field, allegheny mound, Florida carpenter, red carpenter, black carpenter, cornfield, honey, pavement, nuisance, odorous, pyramid, black turf, white-footed, crazy, little black, ghost, thief, acrobat, citronella, big-headed, lawn, lasius), armyworms, cockroaches, crickets (House, common short-tailed, Indies short-tailed, Arizona, tropical, variable field, fall field, southeastern field, Texas field, spring field, northern wood, western striped, eastern striped, sand field, vocal field, southern wood), cutworms (Black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green), earwigs, fleas, ladybeetles (Convergent, seven-spotted, two-spotted, thirteen-spotted, twice-stabbed, Asian), lawns moths (sod webworms), millipedes, mosquitoes, moths (Artichoke plume, gypsy, zimmerman pine), palmetto bugs, sowbugs, mites (Banks grass, carmine, European, grain, Pacific, russet, spruce), spittlebugs, lone star ticks, brown dog ticks, American dog ticks, deer ticks (which may transmit lyme disease) and waterbugs. Use one quart of this product to treat 5,120 sq ft of lawn. Thoroughly wet down grass a few hours before applying. Delay additional watering or mowing for 24 hours after application for optimum control of surface insects. Do not apply more than 14 times per year per location. When to Treat: Treat the following pest during the months indicated or when first noticed. Billbugs: May. Dung Beetle Grubs: Mar - Jul. Hyperodes Weevils: Apr - May. Grubs: July - Oct. Treats ants (Argentine, southern, field, allegheny mound, Florida carpenter, red carpenter, black carpenter, cornfield, honey, pavement, nuisance, odorous, pyramid, black turf, white-footed, crazy, little black, ghost, thief, acrobat, citronella, big-headed, lawn, lasius) and other insects when they first appear or you notice lawn damage. Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Flowers: For use on ornamental trees, shrubs and flowers such as but not limited to: ageratum, arborvitae, Arizona cypress, ash, aster, azaleas, begonia, birch, boxwood, box elder, camellias, carnations, cherry (ornamental), chrysanthemums, non-bearing citrus, coleus, common ninebark, conifers, Douglas fir, elm, English ivy, euonymus, exacum, weeping fig, fir, gladioli, gold bells, hawthorn, holly, honeysuckle, hypoestes, ivy, juniper, lilac, locust, maple, marigold, mimosa, mock orange, nannyberry, oak, orchid, palm, pansy, pea shrub, petunia, philodendron, pine, ornamental plum, poinsettia, poplar, tulip poplar, rhododendron, roses, snapdragon, snowberry, spruce, taxus, willow, zinnia. To control ants (Argentine, southern, field, allegheny mound, Florida carpenter, red carpenter, cornfield, honey, pavement, nuisance, odorvous, pyramid, black turf, white-footed, crazy, little black, ghost, thief, acrobat, citronella, big-head, lawn, lasius), aphids (Buckhorn, greenbug, pea, root, rose, walnut), armyworms, azalea caterpillar, bagworms, black vine weevil (adult), box elder bugs, budworms, California oakworm, cankerworms, cockroaches, crickets (House, common short-tailed, Indies short-tailed, Arizona, tropical, variable field, fall field, southeastern field, Texas field, spring field, northern wood, western striped, eastern striped, sand field, vocal field, southern wood), cutworms (Black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green), eastern tent caterpillar, elm leaf beetles, European sawfly, fall webworm, flea beetles, forest tent caterpillar, gypsy moth larvae, Japanese beetles (adults), June beetles (adults), lace bugs, ladybeetles (Convergent, seven-spotted, two-spotted, thirteen-spotted, twice-stabbed, Asian), leaf-feeding caterpillars, leafhoppers (Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nose, blunt-nosed, red-banded, rice, eastern grape, potato, western grape), leafminers (Corn blotch, alder, boxwood, holly, oak, spruce needle, tentiform, vegetable) (adults), leafrollers (Oblique-blanded, red-banded, variegated), leaf skeletonizers, midgets, moths (Artichoke plume, gypsy, zimmerman pine), oleander moth larvae, pillbug, pine sawfly, pine shoot beetles, pinetip moths, plant bugs, root weevil, sawfly, scale insects (crawlers), spiders, spittlebugs, striped beetles, striped oakworm, thrips, tip moth, tussock moth larvae, broadmites, brown sofscale, California redscale (crawler), clover mites, mealybugs, pineneedle scale (crawler), spider mites and whiteflies. Apply as a thorough foliar spray. Wet leaves and branches to the dripping point. Try to spray underside of leaves and penetrate dense foliage. Use Tips: For best results, apply early before insect populations are high. For scale control, treat entire plant, including stem, trunk, and twigs. For bagworm control, apply when bagworm larvae begin to hatch. For best results, apply to both sides of plant leaves and all plant surfaces where insects are found. Vegetables: Apply when insects appear or when damage occurs. Spray to wet all infested plant surfaces. Apply as a thorough foliar spray. Wet leaves and branches to the dripping point. Try to spray underside of leaves and penetrate dense foliage. One quart will treat 6,144 sq ft of vegetable plants. Do not apply more than five times per growing season to corn. For all other crops, do not apply more than nine times per growing season. For use on broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cavalo broccoli, cauliflower, Chinese broccoli, Chinese cabbage, Chinese mustard and kohlrabi to control: alfalfa looper, cabbage looper, imported cabbageworm, southern cabbageworm, cutworm (Black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green), cabbage webworm, diamondback moth, armyworm, beet armyworm, fall armyworm, yellow-striped armyworm, corn earworm, flea beetle, Japanese beetle (adult), grasshopper, leafhopper (Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nosed, blunt-nosed, red-banded, rice, eastern grape, potato, western grape), plant bug, including lygus bug, stink bug, meadow spittlebug, aphid (Buckhorn, greenbug, pea, root, rose, walnut), whitefly, thrips, spider mite. For Use on Corn (Sweet and pop) to control: cutworm (Black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green), western bean cutworm, corn earworm, green cloverworm, meadow spittlebug, tobacco budworm, European corn borer, southwestern corn borer, stalk borer, hop vine borer, armyworm, beet armyworm, eastern corn rootworm beetle (adult), northern corn rootworm beetle (adult), southern corn rootworm beetle (adult), Mexican corn rootworm beetle (adult), bean leaf beetle, cereal leaf beetle, Japanese beetle (adult), sap beetle (adult), stink bug, grasshopper, corn leaf aphid, English grain aphid, chinch bug, green bug. Sweet Corn Only: Southern armyworm, western bean cutworm, tarnished plant bug, aster leafhopper, aphid (Buckhorn, greenbug, pea, root, rose, walnut), spider mite, corn silkfly (adult). For use on Lettuce (Head and Leaf) to Control: alfalfa looper, cabbage looper, imported cabbageworm, cutworm (Black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green), salt marsh caterpillar, green cloverworm, diamondback moth, armyworm, beet armyworm, fall armyworm, southern armyworm, corn earworm, tobacco budworm, European corn borer, flea beetle, Japanese beetle (adult), vegetable weevil (adult), grasshopper, leafhopper (Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nosed, blunt-nosed, red-banded, rice, eastern grape, potato, western grape), plant bug, stink bug, meadow spittlebug, aphid (Buckhorn, greenbug, pea, root, rose, walnut), whitefly, spider mite. For Use on Onion (Bulb) and Garlic to Control: cutworm (Black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green), seedcorn maggot (adult), onion maggot (adult), leafminer (Corn blotch, alder, boxwood, holly, oak, spruce needle, tentiform, vegetable) (adult), armyworm, onion thrips, tobacco thrips, western flower thrips, flower thrips, aphid (Buckhorn, greenbug, pea, root, rose, walnut), plant bug, stink bug. For Use on Tomato, Tomatillo, Peppers (Bell and Nonbell), Eggplant, Ground Cherry and Pepino to Control: cabbage looper, cutworm (Black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green), hornworm, tomato fruitworm, tobacco budworm, tomato pinworm, beet armyworm, southern armyworm, yellow-stripped armyworm, European corn borer, leafminer (Corn blotch, alder, boxwood, holly, oak, spruce needle, tentiform, vegetable), Colorado potato beetle, flea beetle, grasshopper, leafhopper (Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nosed, blunt-nosed, red-banded, rice, eastern grape, potato, western grape), aphid (Buckhorn, greenbug, pea, root, rose, walnut), whitefly, meadow spittlebug, stink bug, plant bug, stalk borer, blister beetle, Japanese beetle (adult), vegetable weevil, cucumber beetle (adult). For Use on Asparagus Beans, Snap Beans, Wax Beans, Black-Eyed Peas, Garden Peas and Sugar Snap Peas to Control: cutworm (Black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green), green cloverworm, imported cabbageworm, saltmarsh caterpillar, velvetleaf caterpillar, Mexican bean beetle, corn earworm, painted lady butterfly (larvae), European corn borer, looper spp., western bean cutworm, armyworm, yellow-striped armyworm, western yellow-stripped armyworm, bean leafskeletonizer, webworm spp., leaftier spp., alfalfa caterpillar, stalk borer, cucumber beetle (adult), corn rootworm beetle (adult), flea beetle (adult), blister beetle, bean leaf beetle, Japanese beetle (adult), leafhopper (Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nosed, blunt-nosed, red-banded, rice, eastern grape, potato, western grape), fleas hopper spp., three-cornered alfalfa hopper, meadown spittlebug, stink bug spp., plant bug spp., grasshopper, thrips spp., aphid (Buckhorn, greenbug, pea, root, rose, walnut). Number of Days to Wait Between the Last Application and Harvest: Vegetables: broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cavalo broccoli, cauliflower, Chinese broccoli, Chinese cabbage, Chinese mustard, kohlrabi, lettuce (head and leaf) - PHI (1). Tomato, tomatillo, peppers (bell and nonbell), eggplant, ground cherry and pepino - PHI (5). Onions (bulb), garlic - PHI (14). Corn (sweet and pop) - PHI (21). Asparagus beans, snap beans, wax beans, black-eyed peas, garden peas, green peas and sugar snap peas - PHI (7). Lettuce (leaf and head) - PHI (1). PHI = Pre-harvested interval. Fruit and Nut Trees: Apply when insects appear or when damage occurs. Spray to wet all infested plant surfaces. Apply as a thorough foliar spray. Wet leaves and branches to the dripping point. Try to spray underside of leaves and penetrate dense foliage. One quart will treat 6,144 sq ft of fruit and nut trees. For fruit trees, do not apply more than nine times per year, and only apply five times after blooms have formed. For nut trees, do not apply more than six times per year, and only apply five times after blooms have formed. For Use on Apple, Crabapple, Loquat, Mayhaw. Oriental Pear, Pear and Quince to Control: leafhopper (Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nosed, blunt-nosed, red-banded, rice, eastern grape, potato, western grape), codling moth, tufted apple budworm, Oriental fruit moth, lesser appleworm, green fruitworm, tent caterpillar spp., tentiform leaf miner spp., apple maggot (adult), pear sawfly, plum curculio, Japanese beetle, plant bug, stink bug, periodical cicada, apple aphid, rosy apple aphid, pear psylla, San Jose scale (on fruit only). For Use on Apricot, Sweet Cherry, Tart Cherry, Nectarin, Peach, Plum (Chickasaw, Samson, Japanese), Plumcot and Prune to Control: leafroller (Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nosed, blunt-nosed, red-banded, rice, eastern grape, potato, western grape), peach twig borer, Oriental fruit moth, peachtree borer spp., green fruitworm, tent caterpillar spp., American plum borer, cherry fruit fly spp. (adult), plum curculio, rose chafer, Japanese beetle, plant bug, stink bug, leafhopper (Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nosed, blunt-nosed, red-banded, rice, eastern grape, potato, western grape), periodical cicada, black cherry aphid. For Use on Almond, Beech Nut, Brazil Nut, Butternut, Cashew, Chestnut, Chinquapin, Filbert (Hazelnut), Hickory Nut, Macadamia Nut, Walnut (Black and English) and Pecan to Control: leafroller (Oblique-banded, red-banded, variegated), navel orangeworm, codling moth, filbertworm, peach twig borer, walnut husk fly spp. (adult), ants (Argentine, southern, field, allegheny mound, Florida carpenter, red carpenter, black carpenter, cornfield, honey, pavement, nuisance, odorous, pyramid, black turf, white-footed, crazy, little black, ghost, thief, acrobat, citronella, big-headed, lawn, lasius), plant bug, stink bug, chinch bug, leaffooted bug, walnut aphid, hickory shuckworm, pecan casebearer spp., pecan weevil, pecan aphid spp., pecan spittlebug, pecan phylloxera spp. Number of Days to Wait Between the Last Application and Harvest: Fruit and Nut Trees: apple, crabapple, loquat, mayhaw, Oriental pear, pear, quince - PHI (21); apricot, sweet cherry, tart cherry, nectarine, peach, plum (chickasaw, damson, Japanese), plumcot and prune - PHI (14); almond, beech nut, Brazil nut, butternut, cashew, chestnut, chinquapin, filbert (hazelnut), hickory nut, macadamia nut, walnut (black and English) and pecan - PHI (14). PHI = Pre-harvest interval.

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