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Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer is the best way to easily keep your garden insect free. With Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer, there is no mixing, measuring, and absolutely no mess. Just hook up Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer to your garden hose and apply to your plants and they will be protected against all the common pests that will come.
Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer is ideal protection for gardens, potted plants, and other plants that are susceptible to the usual insects.
Use on lawns is prohibited
|Active Ingredient:||Carbaryl - 22.5%|
|Target pests:||Alfalfa Caterpillar, Armyworm, Aster Leafhopper, Bean Leaf Beetle, Colorado Potato Beetle, Cucumber Beetles, Cutworms, European Corn Borer, Fall Armyworm, Flea Beetles, Green Cloverworm, Harlequin Bug, Imported Cabbage Worm, Japanese Beetle, Lace Bugs, Leafhoppers, Melonworm, Mexican Bean Beetle, Rednecked Peanutworm, Spittlebugs, Squash Bugs, Sweet Potato Weevil, Three Cornered Alfalfa Hopper, Thrips, Tomato Hornworm, Tomato Pinworm, Tortoise Beetles, Western Bean Cutworm, Ticks, Ants (except pharaoh, harvester and carpenter ants), Azalea Leafminer, Blister Beetle, Brown Tail Moth, Elm Leaf Aphid, Eriophyid Mites, Fall Armyworm, Fuller Rose Beetle, Plant Bugs, Scale Insects, Tent Caterpillars,& many more.|
|For use in:||Residential Fruit & Vegetable Gardens, Fruit & Nut Trees, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs & Flowers
* See label for complete list
|Application:||Mix 1.5 oz - 3.0 oz per gallon of water
Can be applied using a hand pump sprayer or a hose end sprayer
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||12.5 gallons per bottle|
|Time to Kill:||Kills on contact and will not leave a chemical residual|
|Shipping Weight:||2.54 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||GardenTech (Mfg. Number: S7300)|
SPECIFIC USE DIRECTIONS
HOSE-END SPRAYER INSTRUCTIONS
This ready to spray product delivers a spray solution containing approximately 0.45% carbaryl.
|HOW TO USE||• Apply when insects or damage appear. Repeat as necessary to kill insects, following the specified spray interval listed in the specific directions below.
• Apply when air is calm.
• Shake bottle well before use.
• Attach garden hose to spray nozzle.
• Turn on water supply.
• Push safety tab and turn control knob to ”Water” position.
• Point sprayer nozzle toward targeted plants and turn control knob to
“On”. Product will automatically mix with water.
• Start spraying at the farthest corner of the treatment area and work backward to avoid contact with wet surfaces.
• Spray upper and lower leaf surfaces thoroughly.
• Allow spray to dry in treated areas before reentering.
• Do not apply to large trees. For trees taller than 10 feet, consider hiring
a licensed professional.
To effectively kill the vegetable pests listed below, apply product in adequate volume to effectively cover both the upper and lower surfaces of the plant. PHI refers to the minimum interval in days that must be observed between the date of the last application and date of harvest. APP refers to the maximum number of applications per crop per year.
|Brassica head and stem vegetables*: Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, Kohlrabi||3||4|
|Brassica leafy green vegetables*: Chinese cabbage, Collards, Kale, Mustard greens, Mustard spinach, Turnip greens||14||4|
|Cucurbit vegetables: Cucumber, Melons, Pumpkin, Squash||3||6|
|Dried shelled legume vegetables**: Adzuki bean, Blackeyed pea, Cowpea, Field bean, Kidney bean, Lentils, Lima been (dry), Mung bean, Navy bean, Pinto bean, Southern pea||21||4|
|Edible-podded legume vegetables**: Dwarf pea, Edible-pod pea, Jack bean,
Snap bean, Snow pea, Sugar snap pea, Wax bean, Yardlong bean.
|Fruiting vegetables: Eggplant, Groundcherry, Okra, Peppers, Tomatoes||3||7|
|Leafy vegetables: Cardoon, Celery, Celtuce, Florence fennel, Dandelion, Endive, Lettuce (head and leaf), Parsley, Rhubarb, Spinach, Swiss chard||14||5|
|Root and Tuber vegetables (except sugar beets and sweet potatoes): Artichoke (Chinese and Jerusalem), Carrots, Garden Beets (roots and tops), Ginger, Ginseng, Horseradish, Parsnip, Potato, Radish, Rutabega, Salsify, Turnip (roots and tops), Yams||7||6|
Alfalfa Caterpillar, Apache cicada, Armyworms, Asparagus beetle, Aster leafhopper, Bean leaf beetle, Chinch bug, Colorado potato beetle, Corn earworm, Corn rootworm Adult , Cowpea curculio, Cucumber beetle, Cutworms, European corn borer, Fall armyworm, Flea beetles, Grasshoppers, Green Cloverworm, Harlequin bug, Imported cabbageworm, Japanese beetle, Lace bugs, Leafhoppers, Lima Bean pod Borer, Lygus bugs, Melon worm, Mexican bean beetle, Pea weevil, Rednecked peanutworm, Sap Beetles, Southwestern corn borer, Spittlebugs, Squash bugs, Stink bugs, Sweet potato weevil, Three cornered alfalfa hopper, Thrips, Tomato hornworm, Tomato pinworm, Tortoise beetle, Velvetbean Caterpillars, Webworms, Western bean Cutworm, Whitefringed Beetle (adults), Yellowstriped Armyworm
* Application is only permitted within 30 days of crop emergence or the date of transplanting.
** Do not use on fresh/succulent peas and beans.
This product may be used as a spot treatment for localized pest infestations on the tree fruits listed below. Do not use on large trees or where pest populations are generally inaccessible to spray deposits, as inadequate performance will result. Spray upper and lower leaf surfaces and between fruit clusters and on small limbs and trunks to the point of runoff where pest appear. Repeat applications as necessary up to a total of eight times per year for tree fruits or five times per year for small fruits, but not more often than once every seven days.
NOTE: To avoid undesired apple thinning delay use until at least 30 days after full bloom. Carbaryl insecticide may injure early dawn and sunrise strawberry varieties on the Delmarva Peninsula. The number in parenthesis following each fruit and nut crop grouping refers to the minimum interval that must be observed between the date of the last application and the date of harvest.
|Apples, Apricots, Cherries,
Nectarines, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Prunes (3 days until harvest)
|Apple aphid, Apple maggot, Apple mealybug, Apple pandemic, Apple rust mite, Apple sucker, Avocado Leafroller, Bagworms, Black Cherry Aphid, Black scale, Leafrollers, Lecanium scales, Lesser appleworm, Lesser peachtree borer, Meadow spittlebug, Omnivorous leaftier, Strawberry fruitworm, Orange tortrix|
|Orange, Grapefruit, Lemon,
Lime, Citrus Hybrids (e.g.,
Calamondin, Citron, Kumquat
(5 days until harvest)
|Apopka weevil (adult), Avocado leafroller, California orangedog, Citrus cutworm, Citrus root weevils (adults), Citrus rust mite, Eriophyid mites, Fruittree leafroller, Fuller rose beetle, Little leaf notcher (adult), Orange tortrix, Plant bugs, Scale insects [Black scale, brown soft scale, California red scale (except in California), citrus snow scale, yellow scale (except in California)], Western tussock moth|
(7 days Until harvest)
|Blueberry maggot, Brown soft scale, California red scale, Cherry fruitworm, Cherry maggot, Citrus cutworm, Citrus root weevil, Citricola scale, Citrus snow scale, Codling moth, Cucumber beetles, Cutworms, Eastern tent caterpillar, Eightspotted forester, European apple sawfly, European earwig, European raspberry aphid, Eyespotted budmoth, Forbes scale, Fruitree leafroller, Grape berry moth, Grape leaffolder, Grape leafhopper, Green fruitworm, Japanese
beetle, June beetles, Leafhoppers, Oriental fruit moth, Oystershell scale, Peach twig borer, Pear leaf blister mite, Pear psylia, Pear rust mite, Periodical cicada, Plum curculio, Prune leafhopper, Raspberry sawfly, Red-banded leafroller, Rose chafer, Rosy apple aphid, Saltmarsh caterpillar, San Jose scale, Snowy tree cricket, Fireworm, Strawberry weevil, Tarnished plant bug, Tentiform leafminers, Tussock moth, Variegated leafroller, Western grapeleaf skeletonizer, Western
tussock moth, West Indian sugarcaneborer (adults), Western yellowstripe armyworm, White apple leafhopper, Wooly apple aphid, Yellow headed fireworm
ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS AND FLOWERS
This product may be used as a spot treatment for localized pest infestations on trees. Do not use on large trees or where pest populations are generally inaccessible to spray deposits. Spray upper and lower leaf surfaces and small trunks, stems and twigs to the point of runoff where pests appear. Repeat applications as necessary up to a total of four times per year for trees and six times per year for ornamental shrubs and flowers, but not more often than once every seven days.
SHRUBS AND FLOWERS
|Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Flowers||Ants (excluding harvester, carpenter, and pharoah ants), Apple aphid, Armyworm, Azalea leafminer, Bagworms, Birch leafminer, Blister beetle, Boxelder bug, Boxwood leafminer, Browntail moth, Cankerworms, Catalpa sphinx, Chiggers*, Cooley spruce gall, Elm leaf aphid, Elm spanworm, Eriophyid mites, European pine-shoot moth, Fall armyworm, Flea beetles, Fuller rose beetles, Gall midges, Gall wasps, Grasshoppers, Green striped-Mapleworm, Gypsy moth,
Hackberry nipplegall makers, Holly budmoth, Holly leafminer, Jackpine budworm, Japanese beetle, Jeffrey pine needleminer,
June beetles, Plant bugs, Lace bugs, Leafhoppers, Leafrollers,
Locust borer, Maple leafcutter, Mealy bugs, Mimosa webworm, Nantucket pine tip moth, Oak leafminers, Oak leaf skeletonizer, Oakworm complex, Oleander caterpillar, Olive ash borer, Orange-striped oakworm, Orange tortrix, Periodical cicada, Pine Sawfly, Pine spittlebug, Pitch pine tip moth, Poinsettia horn worm, Psyllids, Puss caterpillar, Redhumped oakworm, Rose aphid, Rose chafer, Roseslug, Saddled prominent, Sawflies (exposed), Scale insects, Sowbugs, Spiny elm caterpillar, Springtails, Spruce budworm, Spruce needleminer, Subtropical pine tip moth, Tent caterpillar, Thorn bug, Thrips (exposed), Ticks*, Walnut caterpillar-Webworms,
Western hemlock loopers, Western spruce budworm, Willow leaf beetles, Yellow poplar-weevil
NUISANCE PESTS AROUND OUTDOOR RESIDENTIAL AREAS
This product may be used as a perimeter treatment to kill listed nuisance pests. Thoroughly wet the outside perimeter of the home where pests tend to congregate. Use on lawns is prohibited. Will kill target pest that are present only at the time of application. Pest must be directly contacted for product to be affective.
NOTE: Staining may occur on certain surfaces such as stucco, brick, cinder block and wood. Therefore, applications of this product to surfaces where a noticeable residue or discoloration is objectionable should be avoided.
|Ants (except pharaoh, harvester, and carpenter ants), Bees, Centipedes, Cockroaches, Crickets, Darkling beetles, Earwigs, Firebrats, Fleas, Grasshoppers, Millipedes, Mosquitoes (adults), Scorpions, Silverfish, Spiders, Ticks, and Wasps|
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By The in newyork city on 10/02/2017
Pros of Sevin ready to use spray: This product kills rather then repelling insects. It is safe around poultry. Kills over 100 different insects quickly and efficiently including their eggs and larva. Comes in spray bottle, hose attachment and powder (not per-scripted for use on poultry but is not found harmful: Use at your own risk) Is easy to use, however it is advised to take the safety precautions listed below, which I have never done but probably should do: Wear a face mask to eliminate any possibilities of en-hailing the powder or spray. Use glasses to protect your eyes. Wear latex or garden gloves when applying. Overall this has worked the best for me as far as getting id of them off the coop.
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06/23/2014 Alex from Jacksonville Nc
QWill Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer kill house flies in my back yard
AGarden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer will kill flies that come in contact with the treated area. We would also recommend using our fly traps to lure the flies away from the area.
05/15/2014 Diane from Nazareth, Tx
QWill this the Sevin Ready to Spray kill grubs?
04/14/2014 Lucy from Hialeah, Florida
QIs Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer good for white flies?
AGarden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer will kill white fly that come in contact with the treated area. We also recommend using a systemic like Adonis 2F. Adonis would be the product of choice for soil drench applications for whitefly infestations. It can take a few weeks for the Adonis to translocate through tall trees and you will most likely continue to see whiteflies in that time period. While you are waiting on the imidacloprid to translocate you should treat the foliage with a product such as Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer
06/22/2015 Maria from Medora, Indiana
QHow liberal should I spray my flowers with the Sevin Spray?
ASpray upper and lower leaf surfaces and small trunks, stems and twigs to the point of runoff where pests appear. Repeat applications as necessary up to a total of four times per year for trees and six times per year for ornamental shrubs and flowers, but not more often than once every seven days.
07/05/2014 Virgil from Linwood Ks
QHow do water and Sevin mix?
You hook up hose and then what? How do you know when you are out of Sevin?
A When using Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer, you will first shake the bottle and then attach the garden house to the spray nozzle. You will then turn the water supply on. Push the safety tab and turn the control knob to the "water" position. You will point the nozzle at the targeted plants and turn the control knob to "on". The product automatically mixes with water. You will know that is it empty because the bottle will be empty. If you have any additional questions, please let us know.
When using Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer, you will first shake the bottle and then attach the garden house to the spray nozzle. You will then turn the water supply on. Push the safety tab and turn the control knob to the "water" position. You will point the nozzle at the targeted plants and turn the control knob to "on". The product automatically mixes with water. You will know that is it empty because the bottle will be empty. If you have any additional questions, please let us know.
09/12/2015 Matt from Wiggins, Ms
QIs Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer the right choice to kill the flea outbreak in my yard?
We just mowed the grass in anticipation of applying tomorrow.
A Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer is not really labelled to control fleas. For a flea infestation outdoors, we recommend our Outdoor Flea and Tick Kit, which contains Temprid SC and Archer IGR. Temprid SC is a versatile insecticide concentrate with two active ingredients, providing both a quick initial kill and long-term residual control of adult fleas and ticks. Archer IGR prohibits the development of fleas, effectively interrupting their breeding cycle.
Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer is not really labelled to control fleas. For a flea infestation outdoors, we recommend our Outdoor Flea and Tick Kit, which contains Temprid SC and Archer IGR. Temprid SC is a versatile insecticide concentrate with two active ingredients, providing both a quick initial kill and long-term residual control of adult fleas and ticks. Archer IGR prohibits the development of fleas, effectively interrupting their breeding cycle.
05/29/2015 Harold from Big Pine Key Fl
QWill this product kill no seeums in the yard?
These little critters bite and we want to rid them from around our pool area and lawn.
ANo, Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer is not labeled to be used for noseeums. We would recommend using Talstar P. It is a very good general insecticide that is labeled for noseeums. This can be broadcast across your lawn, sprayed on bushes, trees, flowers, etc. It should not be sprayed on water or any type of edibles. You will mix 1 fl. oz. per gallon of water.
07/11/2014 Katrina from Central California
QWill Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer destroy the open flowers and any new buds?
My flowers are covered in aphids which means they are on the petals. Can I spray the whole plant to include open flowers and buds without losing them completely?
AThere are no restrictions on the product label that would prohibit you from spraying on the flowers themselves other than waiting at least 7 days between applications and not exceeding the maximum six applications per year for ornamental shrubs. If the plants are under extreme stress, then we would recommend spot treating a small area before broadcasting over many plants. You will also want to limit applications to open flowers so as not to contact pollinating bees.
08/26/2014 Lynda from Keswick, Va
QWhy can't Sevin be used on large trees?
There are ants in a wound from a lightning strike in a very large oak tree. Is there a reason I can't use Sevin for that?
AGarden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer should not be used on trees larger than 10 feet for safety reasons. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
QHow do you refill sevin ready to spray bottle with refill concentrate?
AThis bottle of Sevin is not designed to be refilled as it is a different formulation than the concentrate form that they also make. The dial on the top of this bottle is designed to put out the correct amount of product for the ready to spray formulation. However, we do carry hose end sprayers that you can use the concentrate form of sevin as well as most other concentrated products we carry in for application.
07/29/2016 Frank from Dexter, Ga
QWhat can I spray peas with to keep stink bugs off?
A Garden Tech Sevin†will treat for Stink bugs on peas.
Garden Tech Sevin†will treat for Stink bugs on peas.
05/12/2016 Robert from Az
QHow soon after a plant sprouts up can I spray Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer on soil and sprout?
A We will need to know what type of plants your are applying the Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer to give more specific instructions on how to apply. We appreciate your cooperation!
We will need to know what type of plants your are applying the Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer to give more specific instructions on how to apply. We appreciate your cooperation!