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Bruce from Nevada City, CA asked:

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Can I use Suspend SC on a Yellow Jacket nest?
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While Suspend SC is labeled for yellow jacket control, it is not what we would recommend for a nest treatment. You would either want to use Tempo 1% Dust to puff onto/in the nest and allow it to transfer through all the cavities they have built and eliminate them without much risk to you of getting stung. Or you could use a product like Wasp X which is a foaming aerosol product that you can spray the nest with from 15 feet away that will consume the entire nest and foam up around it to suck the yellow jackets in. Tempo is preferred if it is a ground nest and you would apply the dust with a hand duster.

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Martin from Buckeye, Az asked:

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I used Suspend on our lettuce. If I cut off the current leaves can I eat the next batch of leaves?
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Suspend SC is not labeled to be applied in or around edible vegetation. We would recommend contacting Bayer at 866-992-2937 for tips on saving the harvest.

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Eddie from West palm beach. Fl asked:

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Is it ok to mix Suspend SC & other sprays with city water? Will the chlorine affect the effectiveness?
We have a lot of chlorine in our city water and wondering should I buy purified water?
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Most pest control operators use city water to mix their pesticides with and have no problems with decreased effectiveness. Purchasing purified water would not be necessary.

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Kimi from sandpoint Idaho asked:

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We need a product that can be used for bees ,mites ,fleas and ants inside on furn plus wall voids
We are having a horrible year for bugs here in north idaho .We started off with ants which progressed to bald faced hornets then yellow jackets and then fleas !! Two days after we noticed the fleas I started getting some kind of micro bug that was crawling on my face and ess any hairy areas . I couldn't see them and only occasionally had a bite from them .I thought it was the fleas at first but after doing some research (this was my first experience with fleas in fourty some years ) I found that they dont stay on humans like that .So after much research and proccess of elimination we came to the conclusion it is mites .So to make a long story short .We have a bee nest in the walls ,bald faced hornet nest under the eves of the car port and ant nest in the walls and god knows what else and the mites and a few fleas in the house . I am a VERY clean person and have been cleaning for 2 months straight and am now at the point where I feel these bugs every now and then but nothing like what it was . Our dog has now suffered an allergic reaction to these mites but the vet could not see a flea or mite on her .I did however see some tannish red very tiny mites in her ear at one point .We also find black things all over the floor on and off .They dont move and seem awfully big to belong to the mite that is microscopic .Can you recommend a product or product's that we can use not only in wall voids but in our whole home (furniture ,walls, cracks ,crevices ) ? We found some kind of nest in the box spring of our bed .Which we removed and steam cleaned the bed and covered with pest rated mattress encasements .We also have a history of having mice and squirrels getting in by our water tank and coming into the wall voids .We blocked as many entrances as we could find and put out decon .But we need a whole house treatment .As economically as possible .This is a rental and we are on fixed incomes and my husband has very serious health problems .So we cant afford a lot and the landlord is no help .If you could recommend the best all purpose (safe as possible) solutions I would be so grateful
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It is important to be absolutely sure you are actually dealing with a rat or bird mite. Have the suspected mite identified by a reputable source, such as your local cooperative extension office or a reputable pest control operator. Treatments will vary for different pests. If you do indeed have mites, you must first find the source of the infestation, usually a rat/bird nest or a dead rat/bird on or in the home. Removal of the infested nest or carcasses and a thorough cleanup is necessary. For treatment in the home, we recommend you frequently vacuum all carpet and upholstery and dispose of the bag or vacuum contents in a sealed bag outdoors. Spray Sterifab on couches, chairs and other upholstered furniture where you may spend time resting. Use MotherEarth Dust in all cracks and crevices around the perimeter of the room. Apply a thin coat of MotherEarth dust to rugs and carpets. Rake (not sweep) nap back and forth, causing dust to enter rug or carpet. Let product sit overnight. Repeat application as necessary and vacuum every 3 - 4 days for effective control. MotherEarth dust does not have a fast knockdown, it can take several days for insects to die after they contact the dust. Onslaught can be used for a faster knockdown. Thoroughly apply as a fine particle broadcast spray using a hand pump sprayer to infested rugs and carpets and other cracks and crevices around the perimeter of each room. Put all clothes through the dryer on high heat to help kill mites and their eggs.We have had many customers use the above recommendations with great success. Most customers report that it can take several months to get rid of all of the mites. Since there has not been much research on controlling rodent/bird mites this program is only a suggestion and may not work for every situation. Finding and removing the source of the infestation is very important and is the key to getting rid of the mites for good. Onslaught and Mother Earth are very broadly labeled and can be used to eliminate most common pest insects.

Recommended products:

http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/motherearth-diatomaceous-earth-p-410.html
http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/sterifab-16-oz-p-270.html
http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/onslaught-insecticide-p-376.html


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ron from mocanaqua,pa asked:

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Will Suspend SC work on ladybugs?
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Suspend SC is a great choice for ladybugs. Below is more information on treatment for this insect.

 

http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/lady-bugs-c-135.html


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Joshua from Colorado asked:

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Does Suspend SC work to kill black, brown and red widows?
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Suspend SC is labeled to kill spiders if applied at 1.5 fluid ounces per gallon of water per 1,000 sq ft. Treat monthly on the exterior of your home and every three months indoors along the baseboard areas. You can also apply it the cracks and crevices of your garage, around window and doorframes.

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DG from cleveland ohio asked:

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kill anything living in vacant apartment building
what could i use to kill anything and everything living or nesting in a 30 unit apartment building that is vacant at the moment. and also protect for a long period of time alot of roaches, and flees seen so far but again want to kill everything
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A great product to use for general insect control would be Suspend SC. If you have a lot of fleas, you will also want to look into the products in our Indoor Flea Kit. For fleas, you will need to do a treatment two weeks after your initial treatment. Also, vacuuming frequently will help get rid of a lot of bugs.

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Jonathan from San Jose, Ca asked:

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After applying suspend sc for fleas indoor, when do you know it's safe to return?
I know it's safe once it has dry. But when it drys how can u tell it's very sure that we won't get bitten by fleas? Does suspend sc kill in contact or do I have to keep treating it in order to fully work?
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Suspend SC is safe for pets and people once dry, you are correct. Flea infestations are never an overnight fix. Though each flea infestation is different - they all will require at least two treatments to start to see true results. You will want to do a follow-up treatment two weeks after your first treatment. If your infestation is more severe, you may even have to do a third treatment two weeks after that. Be persistant and patient. Vacuum frequently and always empty your vacuum each time outside of your home. For more tips please read and watch the How To Get Rid Of Fleas In Your House video on the bottom of this page.

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Tammie from Lusby, MD asked:

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Can I apply Cy-Kick 2 weeks after Suspend SC was applied?
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It is not recommended to apply Cy-Kick two weeks after you have applied Suspend SC. The indoor residual for both is three months. The outdoor residual is 30 days. Please read the product labels for more detailed information on application times and areas.

 

Cy Kick Product Label

Suspend SC Product Label


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A. from Tennessee asked:

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Is it ok to add a surfactant or spreader-sticker along with Suspend SC to improve the residual of sprayed areas?
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Yes, you could apply surfactants to help insecticides such as Suspend SC adhere to the outside treated surface areas better.

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Gene from Kingsville, MD asked:

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I have a rental house in Baltimore city that I have been using Suspend Sc for roaches. It does seem to be effe
Rental house with roaches in the kitchen. Both adult and juvenile.
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We apologize but you didn't state what your question was. Please let us know what information you are seeking and we would be more than happy to help you.

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Robert from Salt Lake City Ut asked:

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What is the knockdown time for Suspend Sc, on the German Cockroach?
I've used it at the maximum .06% concentration, 1.5 oz a gallon dilution rate. I'm curios, as to how long it will take to kill the German Roach?
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The kill time for Suspend SC varies depending on the life stage the roach is in.It can take minutes or hours. This is why we also recommend using bait to be carried back like Maxforce FC Magnum.

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Q. from Chicago, il asked:

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I purchased Suspend SC for both bed bug & roach control. Will this work for both?
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Suspend SC used to be the go to product for bed bug control. However, there have been signs that some strains of bed bugs have become resistant to it since it has been used so much.  Still, bed bug control has much better success if you use a variety of products. Our bed bug kits have many products that are considered the top bed bug control products. Our kits also come with full instructions.  They have a very high success rate with our customers and your best chance of eliminating a bed bug infestation. We would suggest adding an IGR (insect growth regulator) called Gentrol to halt the reproductive cycle of the bedbugs and roaches. Also, apply a roach bait in areas where you have not sprayed. Please click on the links below for additional treatment information for both insects.

 

Roach Control

 

Bedbug Control


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D.B from Detroit asked:

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Is Suspend SC the best insecticide for indoor spiders and centipedes?
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Suspend SC is a great choice for treating spiders, centipedes and other listed insects inside and outside the home. Please click on the product label link for additional information on mixing and applying the product.

Spider Control Article

Centipede Control Article


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Lilly from Phila, PA asked:

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Can I mix suspend sc and tempo sc to kill bed bugs?
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Since both products contain synthetic pyrethroids there is no valid reason to mix Suspend SC and Tempo together, it would not make either product work better or produce better results, though it could make treated areas repellent to insects lessening the effectiveness of the treatment. Instead you may want to choose a product that has dual active ingredients such as Transport or Temprid. This will help avoid any type of resistance issue since both of the products contain two active ingredients from different classes of insecticides.

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Teri from Phoenix,arizona asked:

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Is Suspend SC effective against scorpions?
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Yes, Suspend SC is labeled to treat scorpions as it is a suspendable concentrate, making it easier for the scorpion to pick up. You would mix 1.5 fl oz Suspend SC into one gallon of water for scorpion control.

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Josh from courtland alabama asked:

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Will Suspend SC kill german roachs on contact or does it take a while to take effect?
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Suspend SC is not a contact kill. It does take some time to effect the german roach. This product should not be the sole treatment for this species of roaches.  Please click on the link below for additional information on treating german roaches.

 

German Roach Control Article


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Ron from Palmdale Ca. asked:

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Is Suspend SC the best spray for killing roaches outdoors with pets? Also to kill ants indoors and outdoors.
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Suspend SC would be a great choice as an exterior spray for roaches and ants but should not be the sole product for treatment. We recommend mixing an IGR with Suspend SC and also baiting for roaches and ants. Please click the links below for product recommendations.

 

Roach Bait- http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/roach-bait-c-2_68.html

Ant Bait-http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/ant-baits-c-1_60.html

IGR-http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/growth-regulators-igrs-c-237.html


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EILEEN from Houston, TX asked:

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What to use where you have wood floors and want to make sure you get no bugs?
I have just put wood floors thoughout the house. I have purchased Suspend to spray in the house, but I am afraid to spray and stain the floors what product would you suggest I use to keep out bugs
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Suspend should be safe to spray any place where it is safe to spray water since it is a water based insecticide. We still recommend that you spray a small inconspicuous area to test for staining.  We would also like you to note that Suspend is only labeled to be used in cracks and crevices and should not be used as a broadcast spray over hardwood floors. We also recommend spraying Suspend around the outside perimeter 2-3 feet up and out.

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Jessica from c asked:

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Will Suspend SC harm farm fowl
I have 18 rosters right now will it harm them if they eat bugs that have come in contact with Suspend SC.
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Suspend SC is only designed to kill small insects. The roosters would need to ingest quite a few of the treated insects to have an effect on them.  Just make sure they are out of the area being treated until the area dries

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