Vegetables (tomatoes, chiles, squash etc) sprayed with Termidor SC, poison you if eaten?
Does the Termidor SC seep into the ground and then penetrate the roots of vegetables thus poisoning them?
We are not sure if are asking if you can use Termidor SC on edible vegetables or if you accidentally treated near a garden, but Termidor SC should not under any circumstances be applied near or on anything edible. You should keep Termidor treatments at least 10 feet away from any garden. If you treated on or near your garden, you should discard anything that may be contaminated with Termidor SC. If you are looking for something to treat your garden with, we do have many products that are for use on gardens.
Answer last updated on: 06/24/2011