Bonide Pyrethrin Garden Insect Spray uses the active ingredient Pyrethrins which is an organic compound derived from African Chrysanthemum flowers and can be used until the day of harvest. Use this product on plants in your lawn and garden including vegetables, fruits, ornamentals, flowers, and roses. Bonide Pyrethrin Garden Insect Spray can safely be used on your most delicate ornamentals, but is still strong enough to keep your garden safe from insect pests.
|Active Ingredient:||Pyrethrins - 1.00% Piperonyl butoxide - 10.00%|
|Target pests:||Aphids, beetles, webworms, leafhoppers and mony other yard and garden insects listed on the label.|
|For use in:||For use on vegetables, fruits, roses, flowers and ornamentals.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA, DC, SD|
|Manufactured By:||Bonide (UPC: 037321008583)|
Not for use on plants being grown for sale or other commercial use, or for commercial seed production, or for research purposes. For use on plants intended for aesthetic purposes or climatic modification and being grown in interior plantscapes, ornamental gardens or parks, lawns and grounds.
This insecticide may be used outdoors or in greenhouses throughout the entire growing season or as a preharvest treatment when other insecticides are prohibited due to residue restrictions and use limitations. To control insects named on the plants listed on the label, use 7.5 to 15 fluid ounces of concentrate in 5 gallons of water or 3 to 5 tablespoons per 1 gallon. (1 tablespoon per quart of water.) Apply to insure thorough coverage of upper and lower leaf surfaces. Use caution on new growth and tender foliage.
Prepare only the amount of spray required. Holding dilute spray more than 24 hours is not recommended.
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8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Bonide Pyrethrin Garden Insect Spray
By Richard on February 25, 2013
Very good product! Stopped my vegetables from being destroyed by the little white flies and whatever was eating the leaves! - quick ship.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
August 11, 2013
product works as advertised. convenient sized bottle. I will usually add a touch of horticultural oil or neem oil to make the solution a bit stickier. Not sure it makes a difference but the idea seems useful.
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April 20, 2013Steve from Ny asked:
QHow much spray does 1 pint of Bonide Pyrethrin concentrate make?
AThe end usage rate will depend on what you are using the product for. In general: to control insects named on the plants listed on the product label, use 7.5 to 15 fluid ounces of concentrate in 5 gallons of water or 3 to 5 tablespoons per 1 gallon. (1 tablespoon per quart of water.) To determine your usage rate and to determine how much end solution you will get please review the product label
June 27, 2013Mary from Broomfield, Co asked:
QHow often can I use it
Use it daily? once a week? I am trying to protect cabbage. will it work
AThere are no re-treat restrictions on the Bonide Pyrethrin Garden Insect Spray. It can be used safely and effectively as needed up to the day of harvest.
September 24, 2013Tom from Loxahatchee, Fl. asked:
QHarmful to honey bees? Product for blueberry Plants.
AUnfortunately there are no "honey bee safe" products to use that are also labeled for use on edible plants/fruits/vegetables. To protect your honey bees, you need to take some precautions. Bonide Pyrethrin Garden Insect Spray is a non-selective insecticide, so it will kill all of your insect pests - honey bees included. To avoid this, apply the product at night when the bees are not active. By the time morning rolls around, the product has dried and will hardly be harmful to them. It should also not be too big of a problem if your honey bees are not actively foraging.