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Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower will protect your plants from any hopping, flying, or crawling insect for up to one month. This product controls over 100 different pests that you find in your lawn and garden. Use Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower - Concentrate to stop ants, fleas, mosquitoes, ticks, and flies from infesting your flowers, vegetables, trees, fruits, shrubs, nuts, and may even be applied to your houseplants.
|Active Ingredient:||Permethrin - 2.50%|
|Target pests:||Ants, Aphids, Asian Ladybugs, Bag Worms, Beetles, Borers, Brown Dog Ticks, Chinch bugs, Cluster Flies, Codling Moths, Crickets, Earwigs, Fleas, Cicadas (Locusts), Gnats, Grasshoppers, Japenese Beetles, Scales, Thrips, Weevils, Whiteflies, Mole crickets, Spider Mites, Tent Caterpillars, Mealybugs, Leafminers and over 100 others
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Vegetables, Fruits, Flowers, Nuts, Lawns, Trees, Shrubs, outside surfaces of buildings and surrounding areas|
|Application:||1 - 2 oz per gallon of water per 1,000 sq. ft.
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||Makes up to 16 gallons|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||DC|
|Shipping Weight:||1.21 lbs|
For lawns and vegetables, measure the area to be sprayed. Calculate square feet by multiplying length by width. For all other applications, apply as a thorough coverspray. Use a clean sprayer. Carefully measure and mix the amount of concentrate and water as directed. Spray as directed. Thorough coverage is important. Flush sprayer with clean water after each use. Make applications when insects first appear. Repeat applications as directed. See directions for complete insect list. People and pets should not be allowed in treated areas until spray had dried.
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7 of 14 people found this review helpful:
Bonide Eight Insect control,vegetaable fruit and flower conc
By John in Zebulon NC on 10/13/2012
I have used this product before and it is great I have purchased other items from this company they are great
5 of 11 people found this review helpful:
No go .....
By in Saint Louis on 06/12/2013
Whiteflies laugh at this product. I had high hopes but it has done absolutely nothing to stop that particular insect.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful:
works very well
By Lisa in bridgeport, ct on 06/10/2015
Works great on mosquitoes and flying insects around your yard
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07/28/2013 Nancy from Dayton, Maine
QWhat is the mixing ratio of Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower - Concentrate?
AYou want to mix 1 fl oz of Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower - Concentrate per one gallon water.
05/18/2013 Shane from Virginia
QHow long can you use this product before harvest?
ABonide Eight can be applied up to 7 days before harvest. Let us know if you have any other questions.
03/22/2014 David from United States
QWhat is the best product to kill strawberry root weevil?
Best product? How often is product applied?
AYou should hand remove any adults by searching the plants at night with a flashlight, Drop the active adults into a bucket of soapy water. For the juveniles you can help control them with a fast acting product such as Bonide Eight in One concentrate spray.
08/12/2012 George from Stafford, Ct
QWill Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower kill squash bugs?
What is the dilution rate?
A Bonide Eight Insect Control is labeled for controlling squash bugs and should work well when used as directed on the product label. Use 2 fl. oz of product in 1 gal of water and apply as needed to ensure uniform coverage. Do not exceed 8 applications per season. This can be applied up to the day of harvest.
Bonide Eight Insect Control is labeled for controlling squash bugs and should work well when used as directed on the product label. Use 2 fl. oz of product in 1 gal of water and apply as needed to ensure uniform coverage. Do not exceed 8 applications per season. This can be applied up to the day of harvest.
06/30/2014 Jan from Mishicot, Wi
QHow long should I wait before watering after I apply Bonide Eight Insect Control?
A You should wait until the product is completely dry before watering the lawn after using Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower-Concentrate.
You should wait until the product is completely dry before watering the lawn after using Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower-Concentrate.
05/17/2013 Ron from Dayton,tn
QI do not see application for grren beans or peas. Can thi product be used on them?
ASince Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower is not labeled for use on beans and peas, we recommend contacting Bonide at 800-536-8231 to verify this product is safe to use on beans and peas
06/16/2014 Pat from Madison, Wi
QWill this product work to control hosta slugs?
ANo, the Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower Concentrate is not labeled for and does not control slugs. Our Bonide Bug & Slug Bait will keep your gardens safe from slugs, snails, earwigs, ants, cutworms, and other garden pests listed on the label. One pound of Bonide Bug & Slug Bait will protect up to 2,000 sq. ft. for up to one month. Bonide Bug & Slug Bait uses spinosad in a unique, patented, pelletized formula that includes iron phosphate to help lure pests out of their hiding places and away from plants.
09/03/2015 Mary from Mpls Mn
QHow often can I repeat a spray application of Bonide Eight to my patio hibiscus bush?
I am trying to kill aphids.
08/08/2013 Melisa from Mableton Ga
QWhat is the real name for a roly polie? Do they hurt anything?
Seen some roly poliss in my potato garden. Was wondering if they were eating them. They didn't appear to be doing anything.
APillbugs are commonly refered to as "roly polies." Pillbugs are for the most part concidered beneficial for gardens. Pillbugs are scavengers and feed mainly on decaying organic matter. They occasionally feed on young plants but the damage is rarely significant unless they infest in large numbers. Pillbugs thrive only in areas of high moisture, and tend to remain hidden under mulch, foliage, or objects during the day. Clearing out debris and decaying vegetation will help keep population numbers low. If Pillbugs are causing damage to your potatoes then there are insecticides labeled for edible gardens that would work great to protect your potatoes. One of our most popular product to control Pillbugs in gardens is our Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower - Concentrate. It is labeled for Pillbugs and one application will last up to 4 weeks. You can apply the Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower - Concentrate up to 7 days before harvest. Be sure to read over the product label for specific use and mixing instructions. If you would like to view a list of other edible garden products, please visit our Edible Garden Product page for other suitable products. Be sure to read the product label if you chose an alternate product, to ensure the product is labeled for Pillbugs and is safe to use on Potatoes.
QIs Bonide Eight safe to use on Pole Lima Beans with Ants?
I have very small ants up to the top of my pole limas, Liquid Seven attached to a hose really doesn't do the job. The plants are 7 to 8 ft. tall so far.