Sevin Concentrate is a great economical bug killer for treating larger areas such as large gardens, fruit trees and ornamental trees. Sevin Concentrate provides excellent control of leaf eating and plant sucking insects and it has the shortest pre-harvest interval. You can also count of Sevin Carbaryl Spray Concentrate to control ticks that may carry Lyme disease.
Sevin Bug Killer Concentrate has been trusted for over 50 years to protect your fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants from over 100 different kinds of insects. From Japanese beetles to spiders and even earwigs, Sevin Bug KillerLiquid Concentrate does it all. It also is great for protecting your trees as well. It will not penetrate plant tissue and is environmentaly friendly, so you can protect your harvest and also enjoy it for the entire season.
Sevin Bug Killer Concentrate is also easy to use. It comes with an included easy to use, no mess measuring chamber, so you can easily pour in the right amount of concentrate, so you can go straight to protecting your garden. Use it throughout the growing season, to provide full protection from all kinds of insects.
|Active Ingredient:||Carbaryl - 22.5%|
|Target pests:||Alfalfa Caterpillar, Armyworm, Cucumber Beetles, Cutworms, Flea Beetles, Green Cloverworm, Japanese Beetle, Lace Bugs, Leafhoppers, Squash Bugs, Sweet Potato Weevil, Thrips, Tomato Hornworm, Tomato Pinworm, Tortoise Beetles, 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 and many more pests |
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Fruit trees, ornamentals, vegetable gardens, shrubs, flowers, outdoor insect perimeter control in residential areas|
|Application:||Mix 1.5 oz - 3.0 oz per gallon of water and applied using a hand pump sprayer or a hose end sprayer |
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||3.3 to 10.6 gallons of finished solution|
|Manufactured By:||GardenTech (UPC: 613499071002)|
Sevin Concentrate is a great economical choice for treating larger areas such as large gardens, fruit trees and ornamental trees. Sevin Concentrate provides excellent control of leaf eating and plant sucking insects and it has the shortest pre-harvest interval. You can also count of Sevin Carbaryl Spray Concentrate to control ticks that may carry Lyme disease.
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19 of 19 people found this review helpful:
kill oleander caterpillars
By Tom in the villages,fl. on April 4, 2012
mixed concentrate in sprayer ....haven't saw any more for 3 weeks now...it must be working
11 of 12 people found this review helpful:
Worked better than other insecticides
By Mic in Midwest USA on August 28, 2012
I spray for cucumber beetles and sucker bugs. Sevin is safest and works the best. Sucker bugs will kill a plant in hours if not treated in time.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful:
Works for me! Sevin Ready Mix Spray
By Jmc in Sparks on July 12, 2012
I sprayed it on herbs, broccoli, zucchini and spaghetti squash. It took care of the leaf eating bugs. All plants showed no ill effects. JMC
9 of 10 people found this review helpful:
July 29, 2013
I was beside myself with 100s of bagworms all over my evergreen trees and shrubs, killing them. I used ecosmart insect killer, killed many but still had a bunch left. I tried Sevin and no more bagworms! Love this product! It works and not too expensive!!
8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
By Ai in Dallas, TX on July 5, 2012
This is very good to kill my peach borer in August
7 of 26 people found this review helpful:
killed my produce!
By Cheryl in Double Oak, TX on July 11, 2012
will never use again. this killed my zuchinni and it is still on other produce. Instructions do not even say how long you should wait to eat produce sprayed with 7 dust!!! It is even in the soil! Do not use!! I have use other sprays that did not kill my garden and I trusted 7 dust and never will again!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Be careful with peppers.
By Dave in Illinois on June 22, 2014
Killed my cutworm problem just fine (coult the lil jerk wiggling an inch form a stem), but as the reason I rarely use it unless I have to, it's within an hour of application caused my plants to start wilting. I bought a brand new sprayer just so there would be no contaminants mixed in. Dangerous stuff, or I've done it wrong.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
MIX IT A LITTLE WEAKER
By Kelly in Oklahoma City on July 14, 2014
I KILLED my entire garden with this stuff. :( I suggest mixing it half as strong as label suggests. It burned up all the foilage and now I have no garden anymore. I have no bugs tho too! I might go buy some more plants, but it is late July now, so it might be too late to even find any half way big enough to have time to produce anything. I am just warning everyone this product REALLY works so well that I think you could mix it half as strong and still have it work. It is just a garden.. and I will get over it, but I wish I had been scared and mixed it weak just to be on safe side. Chalk it up to a learning experience for me I guess.
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June 21, 2012
Larry from Atlanta , Ga asked:
QWhat are the mixing instructions for Sevin Concentrate?
AYou will need to mix 1.5 - 3.0 fl oz of Sevin per gallon of water for most applications. You can see the Sevin product label for complete usage instructions by clicking on this link: PRODUCT LABEL. Product labels are also available on individual product pages on our website in the product description box.
April 11, 2011 Rick asked:
QHow much Sevin Concentrate do I need to use per gallon of water for tomatoes?
What concentration for tomatoes? And bi-weekly maybe but not more than 5 times per season?
AYou will need to use 1.5 oz of Sevin Concentrate per gallon of water. The maximum applications of Sevin concentrate for tomatoes per season is 7, applied as necessary. The last application of Sevin concentrate must be at least 3 days before harvest.
May 18, 2012
Carol from Loveland asked:
QDoes the Sevin concentrate wash off in the rain? We are spraying pine trees
AAs long as the Sevin application has had about 24 hours to dry before rain fall occurs the application should not wash off of the treated area.
October 1, 2011
Debbi from Greensboro, Md asked:
QWhat is the shelf life of Sevin Concentrate?
How many years can you keep Sevin Concentrate?
ASevin concentrate, like all of our concentrates, can easily last up to 5 years on the shelf as long as you keep the lid on tight and keep the bottle out of direct sunlight. It also helps to shake the bottle every few months if you have not used it in a while.
May 14, 2011 Willie asked:
QHow soon can I harvest after using Sevin concentrate bug killer?
AThe pre harvest interval days will depend on the vegetation being treated. Sevin concentrate has a PHI of 3-21 days depending on the plant. Please read pages 5-8 of the product label to find the correct PHI for the plants you are treating.
July 3, 2015 Richard asked:
QWill seven concentrate kill mosquitoes and larvae in my lawn? If yes, how many oz per gal of water?
Sevin Concentrate can be used around the perimeter of your home only. It is not labeled to be used in your lawn.
We would recommend using Talstar P in your lawn for mosquitoes in your lawn. This can be broadcast across your lawn, sprayed on brushes, trees, flowers, etc. It cannot be sprayed on any type of edibles.
June 20, 2015
Renee from Matthews Nc asked:
QDoes the concentrated formula of Sevin kill carpet beetles
A Sevin concentrate is not labeled to be used inside at all so would not be recommended for carpet beetles. When dealing with carpet beetles, it is very important to find and remove the source of the beetles to get rid of them for good. To learn more about carpet beetle elimination, please take a few minutes to read our article : Carpet Beetle Pest Control
June 11, 2015
Donna from Moline asked:
QIf I applied Sevin Concentrate and it rained with in 24 hours, did I just waste my money?
A If Sevin had to chance to dry, it is rain fast after that. This occurs likely within 6 hours.
June 11, 2015
Eric from Swiss, Wv asked:
QWill Sevin Concentrate address damage to peach and apple trees indicative of an aphid problem and ant problem?
I haven't seen any aphids. The young fruit has dried sap like nodules on them and sap is seeping at interval parts of tree itself. Is there solely an ant problem or something else at work causing an added ant problem?
We are unsure of exactly what you are dealing with, whether it is ants or aphids. Sevin Concentrate is a very good product that is labeled for apples and peaches. Mix 1.5 oz - 3.0 oz per gallon of water and applied using a hand pump sprayer or a hose end sprayer
June 3, 2015
Renae from Santaquin, Ut asked:
QIs it safe to plant in freshly Sevin Concentrate sprayed soil?
I used Sevin concentrate bug killer to get rid of a large ant colony in my garden box. How long do I need to wait before I can plant in the soil?
A It should be fine to plant in Sevin Concentrate sprayed soil. Just be sure to read the product label for harvest intervals.
May 28, 2015
Edward from Tipton , In. asked:
QShould I spray my grape vines with Sevin to control insects?
According to the Sevin product label: Mix 3.0 fl. oz. of product per gallon of water and 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. It can be applied to grapes for various listed insects.
May 23, 2015
Mel from Swansboro Nc asked:
QWill Sevin kill pine straw mites?
Sevin Concentrate is only specifically labeled for Eriophyid mites.
May 23, 2015
Aimee from Vidor asked:
QAnt infestation in oak trees
We have several large oak trees in our yard that are severely infested with small black ants. The ants apparently live/nest in the trees but have recently started moving around our yard a lot and are everywhere. Now they are even in our house, specifically in our attic. No other products have been successful in exterminating them so my mom suggested we use Sevin products. The product states it is specifically for outdoor use so is it safe to spray in the attic? We also have a large population of squirrels that we feed so which of your products would be safe to use that would not be harmful to our squirrel population?
A Sevin Concentrate is labeled to be used outdoors only. For ants indoors, we would recommend using something like Phantom Aerosol. This can be sprayed around the baseboards, cracks and crevices, void treatment where pests harbor, nest, trail, run, and/or breed or hide. Treat into voids or to surfaces beneath cabinets, furniture, spaces between equipment, expansion joints, surfaces behind sinks, floor drains (to sewers), lockers, and water pipes.
May 20, 2015
Dana from Hickory, Nc asked:
QCan I use Sevin on my strawberries, basil and oregano
A Sevin Concentrate is not labeled for herbs. However, Organocide by Organic Labratories is a 3-in-1 Garden Spray labeled for use on herbs. It works as a Fungicide, Insecticide, and Miticide. Effective for use on all stages of small soft bodied insects including the eggs, larvae, and nymphs as well as listed fungal diseases. Safe to large and beneficial insects such as beetles, bees, butterflies and lady bugs. Formulated from all natural sesame and edible fish oils, for use in organic gardening but also safe to use around your children, pets and home!
May 7, 2015
K from Pryor, Ok asked:
QIf I use Sevin on strawberries during harvest how soon can I pick?