Tengard SFR containing Permethrin provides fast, effective, long lasting control for over 75 different types of pests both indoors and outdoors. Tengard SFR is professional grade, low-odor product. One Qt. makes up to 20 gallons of finished solution.
Tengard SFR is a Permethrin based product that acts as an insecticidal barrier against a broad range of insects such as ants, bees, fleas, aphids, beetles, ticks, roaches, and chiggers. Also used to control and prevent subterranean termite infestations in and around structures. For effective control, the insecticide emulsion must be adequately dispersed in the soil to establish a barrier between the structure and the termites in the soil. The manufacturer and DoMyOwnPestControl DO NOT warrant or guarantee against termite infestation or termite damage with the use of Do-It-Yourself termite control products. If you are not willing to accept these risks, PLEASE contact a reputable Termite Control company for a professional termite treatment.
|Active Ingredient:||Permethrin 36.8%|
|Target pests:||Subterranean termites, and a broad range of general and ornamental insect control.|
|For use in:||Residential, commerical, and recreational areas.|
|Application:||Perimeter treatment of lawns, ornamentals, recreation areas and athletic fields. Indoor spot, crack and crevice treatment.|
|Pet safe:||when dry|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY, SC, AK, CT, VT, MA, HI|
|Manufactured By:||United Phosphorus Inc.|
How to Use Tengard SFR for a Subterranean Termite Treatment
How to Use Tengard SFR for a General Insecticide Application
How Tengard SFR Works
Tengard SFR is a liquid concentrate insecticide containing the active ingredient Permethrin. Permethrin is a synthetic pyrethroid that is made to mimic the chemical properties of naturally-occurring pyrethrins. When target pests come in contact with the direct spray or dried spray residual, permethrin attacks the central nervous system, causing paralysis and death. Tengard SFR contains a high percentage of permethrin for faster knockdown of target pests and convenient versatility.
Subterranean termites; Fleas, Ants, Cockroaches, Beetles, Livestock Pests, Flies, Wasps, Lawn and Ornamental Pests, Pantry Pests, Spiders
PESTS CONTROLLED: Subterranean termites (Coptotermes, Heterotermes, Reticulitermes, Zootermopsis); Ants, Ant Mounds, Aphids, Armyworms, Bagworms, Bark Beetles, Bat Bugs, Bed Bugs, Bees, Beet Armyworms, Beetles, Birch Leafminer, Borers, Boxelder Bugs, Brown Dog Ticks, Cabbage Looper, Cankerworms, Carpenter Ants, Carpenter Bees, Carpet Beetles, Centipedes, Chicken Mites, Chinchbugs, Citrus Thrips, Cockroaches, Cockroaches (Asian), Coneworms, Crickets, Darkling Beetles, Earwigs, Elm Leaf Beetles, Fire Ants, Fleas, Flies (Drain, Cluster, House), Firebrats, Fungus Gnats, Ground Beetles, Gypsy Moths (adults and caterpillars), Heliothis spp., Japanese Beetles, Lace Bugs, Leaf Beetles, Leaf Feeding Caterpillars, Leafhoppers, Leafminers, Leafrollers, Lesser Mealworms, Lygus Bugs, Mealybugs, Millipedes, Mole Crickets, Nantucket Pine Tip Moths, Pantry Pests: Flour Beetles, Indian Meal Moths, Larder Beetles; Pillbugs, Pine Sawflies, Plant Bugs, Root Weevils (Adult), Scorpions, Seed Bugs, Silverfish, Sod Webworm, Sowbugs, Spiders, Stable Flies, Tent Caterpillars, Ticks (including Deer Tick and Western Black-legged Tick), Wasps, Webworms, Whiteflies, Zimmerman Pine Moth; Clearwing Moth Borers: Ash Borer, Banded Ash Clearwing, Dogwood Borer, Lesser Peachtree Borer, Lilac Borer, Oak Borer, Peachtree Borer, Rhododendron Borer; Bark Beetles: Dendroctonus spp., lps spp., Elm Bark Beetles, Mountain Pine Beetle, Pine Engravers, Turpentine Beetles, Western Pine Beetle; Coleopteran Borers: Bronze Birch Borer, Flatheaded Appletree Borer; Livestock pests: Horn Flies, Black Flies, Deer Flies, Eye Gnats, Face Flies, Horse Flies, Lice, Mange Mites, Scabies Mites, Sheep Keds, Stable Flies, Ear Ticks, Stable Flies, Northern Fowl Mites, Mange; Fruit and Nut Pests: Navel Orangeworm, Peach Twig Borer, Green Fruitworm, Oblique Banded Leafroller, Plum Curculio, Redbanded Leafroller, Rosy Apple Aphid, Spotted Tentiform Leafminer, Tarnished Plant Bug, White Apple Leafhopper, Lesser Peachtree Borer, Rose Chafer, Filbertworm, Oriental Fruit Moth, Pear Psylla, Leaffooted Bugs, Stinkbugs
Tengard SFR is a broad label insecticide as well as a very effective termiticide for use in and around homes, on lawns and shrubs.
Tengard SFR is professional grade, low-odor product that is labeled to include everything from pre- and post-construction termite treatment, indoor and outdoor pest control, and turf and ornamental applications. More homes are treated with Tengard SFR by professional pest management companies than any other product.
Tengard SFR is safe for children and pets when used as labeled. Areas treated as labeled are safe to return to after area is completely dry. Product should not be sprayed or applied directly to animals, feed, or drinking bowls. Tengard SFR is considered safe for carpeting, furniture and flooring when used as directed.
Tengard SFR may be used to control pests inside and outside of homes and buildings, on lawns, shrubs, bushes, ornamentals, and outside surfaces of buildings, and for post-construction and pre-construction treatments for termites.
Tengard SFR may be applied inside homes and businesses on most nonfood areas, carpeting, pet beds, upholstered furniture, basements, attics, crawlspaces, wall voids, cracks and crevices around sinks and appliances and flooring. For outdoors on siding, wood, grass, bushes, shrubs, ornamentals.
Tengard SFR is pet safe when dry and used as directed on the label instructions. (Please read instructions and use caution when using around all aquatic life.)
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Permethrin 36.8%
Always read the product label completely before use. Shake container well before using.
* Indoor Treatments: for fleas, roaches, ticks, ants and other indoor pests, only 1 to 1.6 ounces is needed per gallon.
* Outdoor treatments: for fleas, ticks, ants, mole crickets, chinch bugs and other insects, 1 ounce will treat 1000 square feet of lawn.
For subterranean termite treatments, Tengard SFR may be used pre-construction or as a post-construction treatment. For post-construction treatments, use 4 gallons of finished solution per 10 lineal feet of treatment area in a 6 in. by 6 in. trench adjacent to the structure. A continuous zone must be created for complete protection. See our article How to Do a Termite Treatment for more information. See product label for complete directions for termite treatments.
Each quart bottle yields 19 gallons of finished solution for most treatments, or covers 40,000-80,000 sq. ft. for lawn applications. Each 1.25 gallon bottle yields 95 gallons of finished solution for most treatments or covers 4-10 acres for broadcast applications.
Standard Application Dilution Rates / Mixing Ratios:
*1.67 fl. oz. (49 mL)/gal. of water – 0.5% a.i. – termite treatments; broadcast treatment outdoors for nuisance pests
*3.33 fl. oz. (99 mL)/gal. of water – 1.0% a.i. – treatment of preconstruction lumber and logs
*6.67 fl. oz. (197 mL)/gal. of water – 2.0% a.i. – limited pre- and post-construction termite applications
*0.4 to 0.8 fl. oz. (12 – 24 mL) in 4 to 25 gal. of water per 1,000 sq. ft. – lawn applications
*4 to 8 fl. oz. / 100 gallons OR 0.9 to 1.8 fl. oz./ 10,000 sq. ft. – ornamental plants; use sufficient volume of water to adequately cover foliage
*1-5 quarts / 100 gallons of water – ornamental trees; varies with pest
*Use 4 gallons of 0.5% solution per 10 linear feet for termite barrier treatments.
*For horizontal barrier termite treatments, apply to the soil surface at a rate of 1 gallon of finished solution per 10 sq. ft.
For use in the following areas:
On ornamentals grown in interiorscapes, for perimeter insect control on lawns, ornamental trees and shrubs around residential, institutional, public, commercial, and industrial buildings, parks, recreational areas and athletic fields, treatment of preconstruction lumber and logs, and for use on buildings/structures. For control of subterranean termites pre-construction and post-construction; lawns adjacent to or around private homes, duplexes, town-houses, condominiums, house trailers, apartment complexes, carports, garages, fence lines, storage sheds, barns, residential structures, commercial and institutional buildings, and other areas where pests congregate or have been seen; plants intended for aesthetic purposes in interior gardens and plantscapes; inside residential homes and the non-food/feed areas of commercial establishments including garbage rooms, lavatories, floor drains (to sewers), entries and vestibules, offices, locker rooms, machine rooms, garages, mop closets, packaged good storage areas and other non-food/feed areas of Food Handling Establishments; in and on buildings and structures used for agricultural purposes and their immediate surroundings; Dairies, barns, feedlots, stables, poultry houses, swine and livestock houses, animal hospitals, pens and kennels, outside meat processing premises; Livestock spray for lactating and non-lactating dairy cattle and goats, beef cattle and sheep, poultry, swine, horses; Companion dogs; Fruit and Nut Trees around residential sites only: Almond, Apples, Cherries, Filberts, Peaches, Pears, Pistachios
For fleas, roaches, ticks, ants, and other indoor pests, use 1 – 1.6 oz. per gallon of water.
Fleas: Prior to treatment, carpets and furniture should be vacuumed thoroughly and vacuum cleaner bag discarded in an outdoor trash container. Evenly apply a broadcast spray at a rate of 1 gallon per 800 to 1,600 square feet to infested areas such as crawlspaces, rugs, carpets, pet beds and other pet resting areas. Avoid wetting or soaking. For crawlspace applications, the applicator must wear a respirator recommended by NIOSH for filtering spray mists and organic vapors. When treating upholstered furniture take care to treat between and under cushions. Pay particular attention to areas which are frequented by pets. Old pet bedding should be replaced with clean, fresh bedding after treatment. To control the source of flea infestations, pets inhabiting the treated premises should be treated with a flea-control product registered for application to animals.
General Pest Control Indoors: Apply to cracks and crevices, as a pinstream, as a fine/course, low-pressure spray, spot application or with a paintbrush. Treat where pests are found or normally occur, such as cracks and crevices in walls, in and around kitchen cabinets and drawers (remove all utensils, foodstuffs, shelf paper and other objects before spraying), along baseboards, behind sinks and around plumbing and other utility installations. Ant infested wood may be drilled and injected with Tengard SFR.
For fleas, ticks, ants, mole crickets, chinch bugs, and other insects, 1 ounce will treat 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn (use ample water as needed for coverage).
*See above for termite treatment details.
Broadcast Treatment for Control of Nuisance Pests: Apply using a 0.5% emulsion as a residual spray to outside surfaces of buildings including, but not limited to, exterior siding, foundations, porches, window frames, eaves, patios, garages, and refuse dumps.
Perimeter Treatment: Apply a band application 6 to 10 feet wide around and adjacent to the structure. Also, treat the base of the structure to a height of 2 to 3 feet. Use a spray volume of 2 to 10 gallons of emulsion per 1,000 sq. ft. If mulch or debris is present, a higher volume application rate may be needed to ensure adequate coverage. Treat the base of the structure to prevent insects from entering the structure.
Companion Animals (Dogs Only): Do not use on dogs under 12 weeks old. Consult a veterinarian before using this product on medicated, debilitated, aged, pregnant or nursing animals. Sensitivities may occur after using any pesticide product on pets. If signs of sensitivity occur, bathe your pet with mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs continue, consult a veterinarian immediately. Avoid contact with face, eyes, and genitalia. Repeat applications every 2 weeks, if necessary. Mix ¼ fl. oz. to 1 pt. water for low pressure spray. Use 1 to 2 fl. oz. spray per animal. For dip wash, use ¼ fl. oz. to 1.25 gal. water (or 4 fl. oz. to 20 gal. water) and thoroughly wet animal to skin with sponge or rag. Let drip dry.
Tengard SFR Features
*Extremely broad labeling for over 75 pests
*Also for use as livestock spray and residential fruit and nut trees
*Easy-to-use tip and pour bottle (quart size)
*Pet safe when used as directed
*Tengard SFR can be tank-mixed with pyrethrin-containing products or Insect Growth Regulators (IGRs). Do not tank mix with DDVP or other fumigant products. Do not tank mix when applied as a soil termiticide.
*Shake well before using.
*Do not apply to soil that is water saturated or frozen.
*Do not apply while precipitation is occurring.
*Do not apply by air.
*Do not use concentrate in fogging equipment.
*Do not treat firewood.
*Not for use in Federally Inspected Meat and Poultry Plants.
*Do not use in food/feed areas of food/feed handling establishments.
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24 of 24 people found this review helpful:
This stuff does the job No Need to hire anyone to come out!!
By Sandra in San Tan Valley Az on July 17, 2010
This product works GREAT. I bought this 2 years ago and still have some left. A little bit goes a long long way. I spray maybe 3 to 4 times a year. With AZ heat & Monsoons this stuff does the job. I have a neighbor who sprays for a company and he offered to do my yard front and back. I figured ok why not, I will try once and I noticed critters within a week. I pulled out my trusted Tengard and the critters were gone and haven't been back for 3 months. I love this product!!
14 of 14 people found this review helpful:
Flea and Tick control
By Dagmar in Blountville, TN on August 1, 2011
I used the product recently and am happy to say that it really works. This has been a very bad season for fleas and ticks. A CSR recommended this product while I was ordering Precor and I'm glad she told me about it. It is easy to prepare and spray, leaves no aftersmell, residue and any tell tale signs that my home has been sprayed. I could not detect any on the floor, carpet or furniture.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful:
By Rick in Midwest on September 14, 2010
This is the BIG GUN, a highly effective product but also rather expensive. if you have a pesky pest problem, this is the one to shoot it with. If you're a pro, I'm sure you already know that, but for the average homeowner doing their own general pest control, it's a great product. I use this to control lawn pests like biting ants, chiggers, fleas, etc. and have rarely needed to reapply. I recommend using this when all others have failed, because this one very rarely fails.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful:
Surprise a product that works!
By Lynne in Deerfield, NH on June 8, 2010
I have a problem with wood wasp living in my siding. I've had exterminators here and tried self applied products that didn't work. I've been battling this for 3 years. I found this web site and asked for help. Michael is a saint! Knowledgeable and helpful, he had me try this, and daily more are dying. I am thrilled and hopefully this time it is working. Tengard is easy to use and effective! Less expensive than the others I have tried. Easy to apply with sprayer, I also used it to kill wasp nests around the outside of my house.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful:
By Cru in Lafayette, LA on October 2, 2010
This is a great product...just not great for the problem I am having. I am having issues with some type of biting mite. I have not been able to capture one to positively identify it because I don't see them! I applied Tengard to every area of my home and experienced immediate relief. But three days later the problem was back. I can only surmise that the product does not kill the eggs and when they hatch the problem starts up again. The reason I ordered this product is because of the residual killing ability - it is supposed to last for 90 days. Hopefully after a while the newly hatched mites will be killed by the Tengard as well. I suspect there areas in the upholstery they can "hide"!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Best Product in the market
By Nancy in new jersey on February 23, 2015
Kills everything scabies lice bugs ants roaches..in one treatment
By K. in Carefree, Arizona on February 17, 2015
Have used this for about 12 years with great results. Live in Arizona desert where termites/scorpions/spiders/etc are notorious. They say "don't ask if, ask when, you will have termites" We have not had a one. The few scorpions/spiders we see are usually already or almost dead from using this product.
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By Robert in Stockbridge, Ga St Augustine,Fl on November 28, 2014
Using this product to kill cinch bug in St Augustine, fl. Looks like this is going to work, on my second application & the yellow is fading. Found out that some of todays products for cinch bug has no effect on cinch in Florida & some parts of Texas. Wished I had know this before spending money on other two products that did not work.
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By Joe in Yuma Az on October 7, 2014
This product is very easy to use and it is very safe to use and it lasts a long time .The nasty termites ,ants and other unwanted bugs disappear very fast and this product really works goodbye bugs Joe in Yuma Az
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Great for Gnats Flies and Aphids
By Benjamin in Tucson on May 29, 2014
I used this on the rose bushes to get rid of the massive infestation of Aphids and it worked like a charm, I also used it on some indoor plants that had gotten infested with Gnats and White Flies and again it worked amazingly well.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Tengard SFR Termicide and insecticide , 1.25 Gallon
By Derrell in Jacksonville , Fl on May 16, 2014
I have used this chemical for a long time and have always had good results with it . I use it for general pest control and termites . It works good on fireants also . You never really get rid of them but they will leave the area leaving a lot of members behind to bother no one .
Tengard SFR Termiticide and Insecticide-1.25 gallon
By Derrell in Jacksonville , Fl on April 24, 2014
I have used this for years ever since I found out about it . It does a good job on any insect or termite you treat with it . The nice part is it is also low odor . Try and se the results on fire ants and other insects . I mix about 1.5 oz with 2 gallons of water and drench fire ant beds . It may not kill all of them but it moves the rest away .
1 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By Wesley in mars hill on March 18, 2014
had terminex over to do a estimate on my property and he kept talking about TENGARD so i called DO MY OWN PESTCONTROL
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Tengard Effective Wasp Removal
July 9, 2013
Tengard was recommended by a professional exterminator for elimination of wasps because it is effective and does not require a professional license. We had hundreds of wasps in and around the eves of our house and after one application of tengard, the next day we were down to only one or two and they don't stay around. This stuff works.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
June 29, 2013
Had infestation of carpenter ants. sprayed them, at four oclock in afternoon, all dead by morning. Kudos for Tengard.
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February 3, 2011 Tara asked:
QIs Tengard SFR really safe to use around cats?
I've read that permethrin is toxic to cats. Is this only if the product is used directly on them? Can they get sick by coming into contact with permethrin after it has dried? My concern is the cats (and dogs) will possibly get some on their paws and lick them, causing them to get sick. I'm also concerned if I spray the grass and they eat it. What is the difference between Tengard SFR and Permethrin SFR?
AMost synthetic pyrethroids can be toxic to cats if they are applied directly to them or if they are allowed to walk on treated areas before they are dry. That being said, most cats do not have an issue being in a home that has been treated with a permethrin (as long as they stay out of the treated area until it is dry). Most treatments are limited to cracks and crevices indoors, limiting a pets exposure. Also, once the product has been diluted with water there is a very minute amount of the actual insecticide that will be available, usually just enough to kill a very tiny insect, not enough to have any effect what so ever on a mammal of any size. Permethrin used to cause a lot of problems when it was diluted with oil because the application would stay wet and available to the animals. In most cases today, the permethrin is diluted with water, which of course dries very quickly. Permethrin products are used in homes with cats everyday across the country.
June 26, 2010 Haley asked:
QDoes Tengard SFR hold up in rain? Also, how often does this product need to be applied?
AYes, Tengard SFR can hold up to rain. It is important to have 24 hours before the application and 24 hours after the application rain free. As for how often Tengard SFR needs to be applied, that will depend on what type of pest you are treating for and where exactly you are treating. Please read the product label for more information.
August 18, 2010 Jeff asked:
QShould I use Tengard SFR to treat a large area for ticks and chiggers?
We are looking to get rid of the ticks and chiggers in a 50 acre grassy area. There is going to be a lot of foot traffic and pets in the area. We are starting to develop the land from pasture into a home and work area.
ATengard SFR would be a great choice for your needs. You will want to concentrate on areas where you have dense brush and long/tall growth. It is also helpful to keep grass and brush cut short to eliminate the habitat of ticks and chiggers.
June 4, 2010 Wendi asked:
QCan I use Tengard SFR on tomatoes to get rid of aphids? If so when will it be safe to eat the tomatoes?
Most of the tomatoes at this stage are still green.
August 31, 2011
Nils from Morganton Nc asked:
QWhere can we buy Dursban or Thiodan for peach tree borers?
We understand that these are not available for home use and also that Thiodan is sold under another name. What do you have that works as well. We want to spray our trees at the end of August or first of September as this is the time to do this.
AAs long as the peach trees are not already infested with peach tree borers you can use a product that contains permethrin such as Tengard SFR. Unfortunately once the beetles have already infested the bark of a peach tree there are not any viable treatment options. In cases of infestation the general recommendation is to simply protect the surrounding trees with preventative sprays with permethrin products. We do not have any access to Dursban or Thiodan.
May 31, 2015
Noel from Oklahoma City, Ok asked:
QDoes Tengard kill bagworms if sprayed on them and is it safe for the evergreen trees that are infested?
It is important to start control methods before a major infestation occurs. Once the bagworms have matured and have formed the "bag" most chemical control methods will no longer work. You can manually control bagworms by simply plucking them off of the infested trees and dropping them into a bucket of soapy water or squishing them. This control method is most useful during fall, winter and early spring, before the eggs inside the bag have hatched. Chemical control may be achieved when the larvae are small and just emerging from the over-wintering bag. Use a concentrated liquid insecticide such as Talstar or Tempo. Foliage should be thoroughly wetted with the insecticide spray in order to achieve thorough coverage. When doing an insecticide treatment, timing is key. To find out the correct time of year to treat for bagworms in your region contact you local Cooperative Extension office. These offices can prove to be invaluable when treating for insect pests.
It is important to start control methods before a major infestation occurs. Once the bagworms have matured and have formed the "bag" most chemical control methods will no longer work.
You can manually control bagworms by simply plucking them off of the infested trees and dropping them into a bucket of soapy water or squishing them. This control method is most useful during fall, winter and early spring, before the eggs inside the bag have hatched.
Chemical control may be achieved when the larvae are small and just emerging from the over-wintering bag. Use a concentrated liquid insecticide such as Talstar or Tempo. Foliage should be thoroughly wetted with the insecticide spray in order to achieve thorough coverage. When doing an insecticide treatment, timing is key. To find out the correct time of year to treat for bagworms in your region contact you local Cooperative Extension office. These offices can prove to be invaluable when treating for insect pests.
May 12, 2015
Alan from United States asked:
QI purchased Tengard SFR from you as a pre-treatment against Pine Bark Beetles. How much per gallon?
The trees are extremely stressed due to Calif drought in the Sierra Nevada Mts, at about 4500ft. We are prohibited from watering the trees, making the situation worse. There are many infested trees in the immediate area. I will be spraying from a hand held hose sprayer, trying to reach as high as possible. Thanks for your expert advice.
April 18, 2015
Frank from Houston Texas asked:
QCan I use Tengard SFR in my Solo 450 backpack mist blower?
A Yes, Tengard SFR Termiticide and Insecticide may be used in mist blowers such as the Solo 450 and Solo 451, but may not be used in outdoor residential misting systems.
March 13, 2015
Zisha from Spring Valley Ny asked:
QWhat can I buy in NY without exterminator license for Termite control?
A Because NY has such stringent laws, there is a limit to the items that can be shipped to NY. We do have EcoTreat Natural Outdoor Insect Control. It kills and repels termites, as well as various other pests. It is likely that the residual is about 30 days for termites.
January 13, 2015
James from Louisville Ky asked:
QHow does Tengard compare to Dragnet?
Since Dragnet is not going to be made and sold how does Tengard ?
A Both Dragnet and Tengard are still in production, and both products contain 36.8% permethrin. Dragnet is manufactured by FMC, while Tengard is a generic made by United Phosphorous, Inc. The only differences would be in the non-active ingredients, but the basic dilution rates and uses are exactly the same for both products.
November 19, 2014
Angela from Fort Collins, Colorado asked:
QI asked earlier if Talstar P was safe to use on outdoor cushions. The response was it is not to be used on
furniture and what I'm treating for. I am treating for bird mites. I take care of feral cats and they are constantly being infested with bird mites. I am only able to catch one of the cats to treat with Revolution. The cats love to lounge om the cushions. I was hoping for a residual treatment that would be safe to apply to the cushions. If I use DE the cats won't go near the cushions and I want them to be able to as they enjoy sitting on them, in the sun.
A Have you had a proper identification for these pests? It is likely that cats would not carry bird mites. We would recommend getting these identified for sure so that we can give you a proper treatment plan.
June 10, 2014
Ralph from Yukon, Ok asked:
QIs Tengard SFR Termiticide and Insectide safe to spray a veggie garden?
Tengard SFR is not labeled for edible vegetation. We do have products that can be applied to edible gardens. Please click on the link below for more information on them. Please let us know if you need anything else.
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May 19, 2014
Betsy from Caguas, Puerto Rico asked:
QDo I reapply the same amount of Tengard to the lawn if it rained 4 hours after the original application?
I live in the tropics, weather is unpredictable. I applied Tengard about 8:00 am but it rained around noon. If the following day is sunny, do apply the same amount of Tengard again?
May 7, 2014
Amy from Purcellville Va asked:
QWill Tengard SFR kill eye gnats?
We have really bad eye gnats on our 7 acre property. We've tried fogging/spraying with Permethrin SFR and not too effective. Advice on what to try?
April 8, 2014
Bill from Amalga, Ut asked:
QI am looking for a permethrin to treat my hunting clothes before a bear hunt.
clothes but I also want to treat my yard for mosquitos and spiders. Can I use this for clothes if diluted down? Thanks in advance.
Tengard SFR Termiticide and Insecticide cannot be applied to clothing. You could use Tick Block, on your clothes, before hunting.