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Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate
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Compare to Termidor SC. Get 50 gallons of termite control per bottle instead of just 24 gallons for Termidor! Contains 21.4% Imidacloprid.

Talstar P (Talstar One)
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Excellent residual insecticide with a broad label: Long residual control over termites and 75 other pests.

Delta Dust Insecticide
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Delta Dust is the only waterproof dust available, great for wall voids and cracks and crevices.

Demand CS
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A professional micro-encapsulated water-base insecticide offering superior insect control indoors and outdoors.

Onslaught Insecticide
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Multi-use insecticide with excellent residual control of over 200 insect pests.

Bifen XTS
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Bifen XTS

Merit Granules - 30 lbs.
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A professional systemic insecticide that controls white grubs and other insects for turf-grass and landscape ornamentals.

Tempo Ultra WP
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Tempo Ultra WP cyfluthrin insecticide for controlling insects in landscape areas and ornamentals

Avid 0.15 EC Miticide Insecticide
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A professional insecticide for mites and leaf miners on field-grown ornamental and greenhouses.

Tempo Ultra WSP Insecticide
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Tempo Ultra WSP Insecticide is a wettable powder that targets infesting pests on indoor and outdoor landscapes

Merit 75 WP - 2 oz. jar
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lawn insecticide to control grubs, weevils, and other soil and turf inhabiting pests.

Evergreen Pyrethrum Dust 1%
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Compare to Drione Dust! Evergreen is a botanical insecticide dust labeled for a broad range of insects including bed bugs.

Orthene 97 Spray Insecticide
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Orthene 97 Spray is a broad spectrum insect control offering no dust, low odor and accurate measuring

Malathion 57%
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Malathion 57% with a broad label for use on ornamentals, trees, pasture land and more.

Hi-Yield Indoor/Outdoor 10% Permethrin Insecticide
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Hi-Yield Indoor/Outdoor Broad Use Insecticide with 10% Permethrin controls a wide variety of turf, garden, and ornamental pests.

Mavrik Perimeter
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Mavrik Perimeter provides a fast knockdown (kill) of a variety of pests including mosquitoes, ants, spiders, ticks, springtails, cockroaches and fire ants.

Arena .25 Granules
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For systemic insect control in turfgrass, sod farms, landscape ornamentals, interior plantscapes, and non-bearing fruits and nuts (in landscapes)

Conserve SC
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For control of thrips, lepidopterous larvae, foliage feeding worms, fire ants and other listed pests.

Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin 2.4%
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Contains 2.4% bifenthrin for residual control of over 75 insect pests in turf, ornamental, indoor and outdoor areas.

Ultra-Pure Oil Horticultural Insecticide, Miticide and Fungicide
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The year-round horticultural spray oil that is 99% pure.

Timectin 0.15 EC / Abamectin
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Insecticide and Miticide for use on ornamental plants.

Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide
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Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide is a great insecticide that kills many different kinds of insects.

TriStar 8.5 SL
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The longest lasting foliar spray residual on the market today. Has all your spraying applications covered big and small.


Thrips (Thysanoptera), also known as thunderflies, storm flies, corn lice, or thunderbugs, are very small insects, only 1/16 to 1/8 of an inch long. Since they’re so small, it can be hard to know what a thrip looks like. They can be yellow, brown or black with fringed wings. The adults insert eggs into leaf tissue, where the eggs hatch in a few days. The nymphs feed on tissue for four or five days, then pupate in the soil before emerging as adults after two days, where they begin feeding on plant tissues. Read on below the products to learn how to control and get rid of Thrips.

Thrip Damage

When you get your garden looking perfect, it can be very frustrating to have your plants and flowers slowly destroyed. Sometimes it can be hard to discover the cause of the destruction, because the pests are very tiny. Thrips could be the cause of your plants’ leaves, buds, flowers, and fruits becoming stippled, dried out, and damaged.
There are many species of thrips that cause problems for gardeners and homeowners across the country. Damage of these pests depends both on the species of thrip and the plant they are feeding on. You may find dried out and stippled leaves that may appear silver-flecked. Infested flower buds may fail to open, flowers may be deformed, and damaged flowers may become streaked and discolored. Thrips can also cause skin irritation if they come in direct contact with skin.

Common Species of Thrips

Populations are at the peak in the spring, and certain species will affect specific plants. Here is a list of common thrips and the plants they affect:
  • Western flower thrips: These thrips attack hundreds of plant species including oaks, roses, citrus, and vegetables.
  • Gladiolus thrips: attack gladiola, iris, carnations, lilies, narcissus, freesia, amaryllis, and many others. 
  • Red-banded thrips: In immature stages, these thrips produce a lot of honeydew which can cause premature defoliation in fruit, shade trees, shrubs, and vinces.
  • Cuban laurel thrips: Mostly attack ficus trees.
  • Greenhouse Thrips: these are the most common pest of greenhouse and nursery grown plants including maple, azalea, citrus, dogwoods, and magnolia.

Thrip Control

How To Get Rid of Thrips

While you may want to look into your species of thrip to make sure you use proper control techniques, you will want to integrate biological, chemical, and cultural control methods regardless of thrip species. Here are some basic steps you can take that will help you with thrips control:
  • Use natural the natural oils of neem and garlic. These oils have insecticidal and repellant properties, and can help repel several types of insect pests.
  • Insect Growth Regulators (IGRs) are good for low-density populations. They work to keep insects from reaching reproductive states, and while they are slower-acting than insecticides, they can be an important part of a pest management strategy.
  • Predatory mites and other insects that feed on thrips can cut down on populations. These include pirate bugs and spiders. 
  • Reducing breeding areas such as excess soil, gravel, and reducing weeds will help reduce populations. 
  • Combining a few of these thrip control methods will help to heal your plants and keep thrip populations to a manageable level.

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