Pyrocide 100 contains 1% pyrethrins and 5% PBO providing fast, effective control of even the toughest indoor pest infestation. Pyrocide 100 is one of the only "USA refined" Pyrethrum insecticides. This means the plant waxes that naturally occur in pyrethrum (a plant extract) have been removed, allowing for easy application without fear of clogged equipment or downtime. Product may be applied indoors using mechanical fogging, thermal fogging or appropriate spraying equipment. Great flushing action and quick insect knockdown.
|Active Ingredient:||1% pyrethrum fogging concentrate|
Synergized with Piperonyl Butoxide (PBO) and MGKÃ‚Â®-264
|Target pests:||Stored product pests, crawling insects and flying insects. (please refer to product label for full list of covered insects)|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY|
Pyrocide 100 contains 1% pyrethrins and 5% PBO providing fast, effective control of even the toughest pest infestation. Pyrocide 100 is one of the only "USA refined" Pyrethrum insecticides. This means the plant waxes that naturally occur in pyrethrum (a plant extract) have been removed, allowing for easy application without fear of clogged equipment or downtime. Product may be applied using mechanical fogging, thermal fogging or appropriate spraying equipment. (Please read product label for complete application instructions and precaution information)
- USA refined-won't clog application equipment
- May be used as is or diluted (read product label for instructions)
- Flushing action
- Fast knockdown
- Synergized with PBO
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July 15, 2011Raymond asked:
QWhat is the difference between water based pesticide and oil based pesticide?
What is the diff between oil and water based pesticide in terms of effectiveness and long lasting residue?
AWater based insecticides are the most commonly used insecticides today because they have low or no odor and they usually do not stain. Oil based insecticides are used in cases where the product may need to stay wetter for a longer period of time and they are usually used outdoors to avoid odor issues and staining. Oil based insecticides usually need to be diluted with oil or you must use an additive such as adjuvant to dilute the product in water (always read the product label for proper mixing instructions). However, even water based insecticides today can last up to 90 days and have long residuals.
October 21, 2010Angela asked:
QWill Pyrocide 100 get rid of German roaches? Can I purchase it as a consumer and not a professional?
APyrocide 100 will kill roaches and is a very good product. However, it is a fogging solution and must be applied from a fogger. Anytime you fog, you should wear proper safety equipment. This product is also a contact kill, meaning it will kill whatever roaches it touches at the time it is fogged, but it does not leave a residual. You should always apply a residual roach control product or roach bait after you have fogged initially since some roaches may be hiding in the walls or other areas that the fog cannot get to when you apply it. This product is also perfectly fine for consumers to purchase it and apply it as long as you are using it for your own property.
March 21, 2010Terri asked:
QIs Pyrocide 100 water based?
Can it be used in a fly spray system in a barn? Will it hurt horses or human eyes and lungs?
APyrocide 100 is an oil based ULV solution. It can be applied in a fly spray system. It is labeled to apply to horses. However, if you are looking for a water based ULV solution which we do recommend for use around livestock, you should use Riptide which is made by the same company that makes the Pyrocide 100.
August 22, 2010Ron asked:
QHow long after application is Pyrocide 100 effective?
Is Pyrocide 100 similar to products used by professional exterminators for control of household small black ants and Hobo spiders?
APyrocide 100 is a fogging solution and like all other fogging solutions it is a contact kill. This means it does not leave a residual and once it is dry its effectiveness is over. It will only kill what is out in the open when it is applied. If you want to use the most popular product used by professional companies, then you should look at Talstar P. It lasts 60 - 90 days and is labeled for over 80 different insects including ants and spiders, and is the most widely used insecticide by professional companies.
July 27, 2014Bubba from Indianapolis, In asked:
QCan I use this as a fogging agent and combine it with insecticide?
At the same time? Such as demand cs or another insecticide to be used together?
APyrocide 100 is a fogging solution and is a contact kill. A product such as Demand CS is not labeled to be used in a fogger but can be applied with a pump sprayer. We would recommend using the Demand CS if you are wanting more of a residual effect against pests. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
June 20, 2011Mike asked:
QIs there a pyrethrin concentrate that can be used with a thermal fogger (Burgess)?
Ideally a pyrethrin/permethrin combination.
A Pyrocide 100 can be applied in a thermal fogger. Please click the link below for addtional thermal fogging concentrates. http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/thermal-fogging-c-485.html
Pyrocide 100 can be applied in a thermal fogger. Please click the link below for addtional thermal fogging concentrates.
August 19, 2011Ramses from Dominican Republic asked:
QExact mix of Pyrocide 100 for a thermal fogger
AThe exact amount of product you will need to use will be dependent upon where you are treating and what pest you are treating for. Please take a few moments to read over the Pyrocide 100 product label for the exact mix ratio you will require.
June 30, 2010Heidi asked:
QIs Pyrocide 100 safe for all mammals and fowl? If not, do you have one that is?
We have a farm with everything from bees to knats and flys and ants. We need something safe for our geese, turkeys, chickens, ducks, rabbits and all other fowl. Please suggest a product that is 100% safe.
APyrocide 100 is safe when used as directed on the product label. All animals and people need to be out of the area when Pyrocide 100 is being applied and they can return to the area as soon as the product is dry and the area has been ventilated. While Pyrocide 100 is known to be safe to use around most animals and people, we recommend checking with your veterinarian to be sure it is safe to use around your animals.
July 15, 2011Jon asked:
QWhat concentration of pyrethrins/permethrin is most effective for mosquito fogging?
My Burgess propane fogger came with .2% fogging solution and there were still quite a few mosquitoes around. After I watched one literally fly right through a cloud of fog, I got some .5% which I've been using this summer. What's the best product/concentration to be using in this fogger?
AMost of our customers use a 1% solution. The most popular that we sell is Pyrocide 100.
May 27, 2011Rick asked:
QThe Pyrocide 100 label advises not to use around vegetation, should we use something else for around a pool?
We have a small thermo fogger to kill mosquitoes and gnats around the yard, but don't want to kill our plants and shrubs! Thanks, Rick
AThe Pyrocide should pose no threat around a pool and typically is not an issue with plants and shrubs but it is not labeled to apply to gardens or other edible areas. We do have a product that is a less costly and is ok for garden use and can be applied from a thermal fogger. It is called Bug Beater Lawn & Garden Fog and it works great for mosquitoes.