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13 of 15 people found this review helpful:
By Tim on 08/29/2011
We mostly use this product in our mostly organic garden. It works great. Mixture ratio is dependent on pest. 1 Tbs. per gallon works good for aphids, whiteflies, thrips, sap beetles, bean beetle larva. It's expensive but what organic isn't. We've had a terrible problem with fleas this year & regular pyrethrin based flea soap wasn't solving the problem so I started mixing a very small amount to some flea shampoo & it works great for that too. I can only guess that since pyrethrins are degraded in an alkaline solution (such as soap), that the flea shampoo is not strong enough. Adding a small amount of this product ( 1 ML or 1/5 of a teaspoon ) to a few tablespoons of soap just before bathing brings the potency to a sufficient level. I'm very pleased with this product.
12 of 13 people found this review helpful:
By Red on 05/11/2013
I have been battling root aphids in my indoor garden for several weeks. The other products I have been using were having a very limited effect, so I finally tried a root drench at about 10 ml per gallon, and noticed an immediate and drastic reduction in the population of aphids. If you are looking for a good (organic) knock-down agent to control bugs in your garden, I highly recommend this product.
11 of 12 people found this review helpful:
Best deal on Pyrethrum
By Steve on 07/13/2014
Made by the same company that makes Pyganic this product is identical to Pyganic pro at 5 % pyrethrum and is labeled OMRI.With a 2 year shelf life the pint size is ideal.Quart size of pyganic 5 % cost 150 0r more elsewhere. Fast shipping and free freight. Just wish this company carried a full line of organic farming pesticides. very satisfied.
7 of 24 people found this review helpful:
Try something else
By Aaron on 04/23/2013
This product did not work at all. I read the reviews and got hooked, but was let down.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful:
Didn't Work on Cucumber Beetles
By Tim on 08/02/2012
I bought this product with high hopes it would help me deal with a cucumber beetle problem in my garden and other gardens in our community garden. The results were disappointing. I have continued to lose both zucchini and cucumber plants in rapid succession.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful:
No challenge for grasshoppers
By Bonnie on 09/21/2012
I bought this and followed the directions to the letter. Really needed to head off the grasshoppers that hit us each summer. No significant decline in grasshoppers after a good saturation of entire yard.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Revise my review above
By Tim on 09/03/2011
Since I was unable to edit my review above, I'm having to add this review. I didn't measure when I added the Evergreen to the shampoo. I was just guessing at the 1 ML ( 1/5 teaspoon). Mixed with 3-4 Tbs. (45-60 ML) of shampoo would be approximately 2% pyrethrin. That is stronger than it needs to be. Most flea dips are about 1% pyrethrin. So 1/2 ML or 1/10th of a teaspoon or 6 - 8 drops mixed with 4 Tbs. (2 oz.) shampoo should be plenty. That's 1% pyrethrin and 20 times stronger than 0.05% flea shampoo. From now on I'll just add it to regular shampoo instead of flea shampoo which contains PBO which is linked to tumors. I sprayed some blister beetles with it at 1/4 teaspoon in 1 cup of water. They went down quick but I think a few recovered.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
By Ron on 02/06/2016
Works fantastic on spider mites!!!!!
4 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Not real pleased, Should have asked better questions.
By Jon on 09/03/2011
I have mixed 3 batches in 3 weeks, and I still have mosquitos. I wish I would have bought a stronger or product. I used a local company to fog my yard last year and their product worked for about 3 weeks, I am seeing flying mosquitos the day following fogging. I believe PBO will last longer. (Live and Learn). I have also sprayed it directly on spiders, and wasp and they are still alive. The last time I fogged, I used a mix ratio of 1/4 oz to 1/2 gallon of water which is 1/4 oz stronger than the lable suggest. (Still no better results) Has anyone had better results? If so please give me any tips, and or suggestions of other products. Thanks...Jon
4 of 6 people found this review helpful:
By Jon on 07/13/2012
Works great. Excellent price. Use it at 1/4oz per gallon.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Randy on 09/19/2012
Had been using Riptide in my sprayer until I realized it was the wrong product. The Evergreen Pyrethrum Concentrate is great. It provides good coverage and quick knockdown.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Leonel on 10/04/2015
Great service and super fast delivery. Couldn't be happier. Thanks
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
good general bug control
By Randall on 07/20/2016
The price is high ... but it is effective
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Could be better.
By Wayne on 09/13/2016
I order quite often and all is well however they do not list on there web site when things are back ordered. You don't find out until you go to track your order. If it's something you must have now to cure a problem I would call to check if it's in stock.
Killing root aphids
By Payton on 01/05/2017
Been using this product for root aphids and have been getting great results. Ten ml per gallon of water and using as a drench in my garden. Seeing great results and no need for the soap with it. Thank you evergreen!,,,,,,,
Evergree Pyrethrum concentrate
By Courtney on 04/06/2017
Transaction was very smooth. Order was received quickly. Product is excellent