Dragnet SFR containing Permethrin provides fast, effective, long lasting control for over 75 different types of pests both indoors and outdoors. Dragnet SFR is a professional grade, low-odor product. More homes are treated with Dragnet SFR by professional pest management companies than any other product.
|Active Ingredient:||Permethrin 36.8%|
|Target pests:||Dragnet SFR was formulated specifically for termites but will also help rid your property of a wide variety of other pests.|
|For use in:||Dragnet SFR may be used to control pests inside and outside of homes and buildings, lawns, shrubs, bushes, ornamentals, outside surfaces of buildings, post-construction (termites), pre-construction (termites)|
|Yield:||One (1) Quart will yield 32-100 gallons of finished solution.|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY, SC, MA, CT|
Dragnet SFR is professional grade, low-odor product that is labeled to include everything from pre- and post-construction termite treatment, indoor and outdoor pest control, and turf and ornamental applications.
How much Dragnet SFR should I purchase?
One (1) quart of Dragnet SFR makes 32-100 gallons of solution depending on the area to be treated and the type of pest you are treating for.
- Indoor Treatments: for fleas, roaches, ticks, ants and other indoor pests, only 1 to 1.6 ounces is needed per gallon.
- Outdoor treatments: for fleas, ticks, ants, mole crickets, chinch bugs and other insects, 1 ounce will treat 1000 square feet of lawn.(for other specific solution mixing instructions please refer to the label)
Areas treated as labeled are safe to return to after area is completely dry. Product should not be sprayed or applied directly to animals, feed, or drinking bowls.
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4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
The best for those nasty caterpillars
By Tracy on May 14, 2011
I love this stuff. I had issues with caterpillars eating my Oleanders but not any more. This stuff is great! It also keeps my house ant free, a real feat in S. Florida.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Jdm on June 13, 2011
I ordered this and it seems to have worked fine for me, I don't see any Carpenter Bees anymore, and it has cut back the amount of Horseflies and Mosquitoes.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By Ron on May 7, 2011
It seems they changed the formulations "inert ingredients". From long ago, as I recall, it could be used as a flea dip no more.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Sook on November 1, 2011
I like this thing. I never have used this Dragnet SFR.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful:
The use of Dragnet SFR
By Christi on October 15, 2012
Last year I used this product and it worked. Now I don't know if it was also in combination with the Applecider Vinegar that I had put on the lawn 2 weeks before that helped to kill a massive infestation of fleas, but we have not had a problem again till a month ago, so I reordered this product... this time it did not work, so I suggest that if you're gonna work with this product, also use the Applecider Vinegar with it.
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March 31, 2010Mike asked:
QHow do I get rid of pine beetles?
AUnfortunately, there is no easy solution when it comes to pine beetles. Infected trees should be cut down (before the newly hatched beetles fly out of the trees in the spring/summer) and the wood burned or chipped, while other still healthy trees should be sprayed annually to protect them. Because of the natural boring behavior of the beetle they are protected from topically applied insecticides and systemic insecticides (those injected into the tree or applied as a root drench) have proven ineffective for pine beetle infestations. Healthy trees can be protected before the beetles attack by topically spraying them with a product called Dragnet. The tree should be sprayed from the ground to 15 ft up the trunk to prevent future infestations.
July 23, 2011Denise asked:
QHow long is Dragnet SFR effective against treating fleas indoors?
I have called the exterminator twice within the span of about 2 weeks to treat fleas indoors. I was wondering if it doesn't last long, or does it just kill the fleas that are on the ground at the time...My dog is on a topical monthly flea treatment, but she seems to get bitten as soon as she comes back into our home despite having the place sprayed twice with the product...Any answers will be helpful. Thank you
ADragnet SFR does have a residual but it is not typically very long. Only a few weeks. However, the bigger issue is if the company did not use an IGR, which is an insect growth regulator. IGR's are essential when treating fleas because it prevents them from reproducing and laying more eggs. Also, Dragnet SFR will not kill flea eggs, so when the company comes to spray they are probably killing some of the adults but not any eggs. So after they leave and over the next few weeks you have new flea eggs hatching. This is why our indoor flea kit comes with an easy to use aerosol can with flea killer and IGR in one can. Also, you should be vacuuming thoroughly before the flea treatment and then you need to treat exactly 14 days later since flea eggs hatch every 2 weeks.
July 25, 2010Cesar asked:
QI applied Dragnet SFR two weeks ago to my lawn for fleas, mosquitoes and chinch bugs. Should I reapply?
I also applied Archer IGR two weeks ago, should I reapply on lawn once again? What do you recommend?
AYes, you should reapply to continue seeing the results. Dragnet SFR and Archer IGR typically will only have about a two week residual in direct sunlight. If your lawn is in sunlight during the day, then you should definitely reapply the products. Also, it is recommended to treat every 14 days anyways when treating for fleas.
August 3, 2011Danny asked:
QHow much Dragnet SFR do I need to use per 1 gallon of water?
AYou will use any where from 1 2/3 fl oz - 6 2/3 fl oz per gallon of water depending on what you are treating and where you will be applying the product. We recommend that you take a few moments to read the Dragnet SFR product label to find the correct usage rates for your needs.
November 14, 2011Anita from Conception Bay South, Nl Canada asked:
QDo you need to use an IGR with Dragnet? If so can it be mixed together or does it have to be done separately?
ADragnet SFR can be mixed with Insect Growth Regulators (IGR) with no problem. You do not have to mix IGRs with Dragnet unless the pest you are treating requires you to do so.
June 3, 2013Francisco from Indio,ca asked:
QHow much Dragnet should be mixed with one gallon of water?
how much chemical of dragnet should you put in a 1 gallon B&g sparayer the reason im asking is because the labbel ripped and i want to be sure how much to mix.. and still get the job done ...
AYou want to use 1fl oz of Dragnet into one gallon of water.
June 6, 2013Ryan from Leamington, Ontario asked:
QWill you ship to canada?
AWe sincerely apologize but we do not currently ship any of our products outside the US and its territories. We hope to be able to do this in the future so if you like our website feel free to check in with us in the future to see if we have been able to add this feature to our shipping methods.
January 16, 2010Robin asked:
QCan Dragnet be used on vegetables before flowering?
April 10, 2013Linda from Atlanta, Ga asked:
QDoes Dragnet SFR prevent pine beetles from infecting healthy trees?
I have a pine tree infested with pine beetles. The three pines around it are still healthy and do not have beetles. My tree guy said to spray Dragnet 15 feet up the healthy trees to prevent the beetles from migrating. Have you heard of using the product in this way? Do you know if it works?
AYour tree guy was correct. Using a permethrin based product such as Dragnet sprayed from the base up to 15 ft up the trunk is the recommended preventative treatment. You should contact your local cooperative extension office and speak to the master gardener on staff to find out the best time to start spraying in your region.
June 25, 2013Bruno from Ontario asked:
QHow much Dragnet to use to treat bed bugs?
What is the recommended frequency for bedbugs? I.e. how long to wait between applications. thanks
AYou want to use 1fl oz of Dragnet into one gallon of water to treat bed bugs and retreat once every 2-3 weeks.
April 1, 2013Pam from Jacksonville, Florida asked:
QCan you use Dragnet with a hose end sprayer and which one do you recommend? What setting would you use?
AYou could use a hose end sprayer to apply Dragnet outdoors for flea control. We of course would recommend the hose end sprayer that we carry and it will be set on the .80 fl oz per gallon of water setting. We carry the Chapin Hose End Sprayer 6004. We carry this hose end sprayer because it is so easy to use.
April 17, 2011Rm asked:
QCan the hydrocarbon element be removed for application on dogs?
ANo, Dragnet SFR is not labeled to be applied on animals in any form or fashion. We do carry Petcor which is a flea treatment product for animals.
June 8, 2013Alaina from Schaumburg, Il asked:
QWill this product treat chiggers?
AYes, Dragnet SFR will treat chiggers. You want to use 1 ounce per gallon of water which will treat 1000 square feet of lawn.