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Mary from Herndon, Virginia writes,

How does Talstar P effct the butterfy and bee populations? (nectar insects).

I have an eight bed perennial garden with many flowers, roses, bushes and a rose garden. I do not want to kill off butterflies (and their larva), bees and other nectar-seeking insects, as well as the Monarch butterfly and it's larva.


Talstar P (Talstar One) can be toxic to beneficial insects. We advise that you make the application when the plants are not pollinating. 

Answer last updated on: 06/11/2015

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