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Archer IGR Insecticide

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It's no secret that insect pests multiply quickly and continuously breed throughout their adulthood. If there's a way to prevent the larvae from maturing, an infestation will treat itself. With Archer insect growth regulator, it's easy to control the insect population starting with the eggs and the larvae. When it's used with an adulticide, Archer IGR helps to eradicate the pests at every life stage.

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    NY

    Active Ingredient(s)

    Pyridine - 1.3%

    Used For

    Commercial & Residential; Indoors & Outdoors. Kills Cockroaches, Fleas, Ants, Litter Beetles, Crickets, Ticks, and Flying Insects

    Manufacturer

    Syngenta

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    How Archer IGR Works

    Archer IGR is an insect growth regulator and works differently than an adulticide. It doesn’t kill adult pest insects. Instead, it targets the eggs and the larvae, disrupting their ability to mature. Because the young can't reach adulthood, they're unable to reproduce, thus stopping an infestation from multiplying. Archer not only puts an end to current pest populations but also prevents future infestations from occurring in target areas both indoors and outdoors.


    Where to Use Archer IGR

    Because Archer can be used indoors, it's safe to apply this insect growth regulator in homes, apartments, schools and other interior structures. Apply it to furnishing, carpets and similar objects where pests could hide and breed. Use it in food-handling areas like restaurants to control roaches and stored-product pests. It can reach insects that are deep in carpet fibers and the soil, making it an effective inside-outside pest control product. Some common areas for use include:

    • Garbage cans
    • Condos
    • Pantries
    • Decks
    • Lawns
    • Kennels
    • Utility rooms
    • Transport vehicles

     

    Target Pests

    Archer IGR is labeled for use on a variety of pest insects. It controls the life stages of ants, carpet beetles and fleas both indoors and outdoors. It targets flying insects such as rice moths and gnats and stops the life cycle of flour beetles and crickets. It also halts moth, tick and fly populations inside and outside of residences and businesses. Additional target pests include:

    • Midges
    • Hide beetles
    • Indian meal moths
    • Mosquitoes
    • Lesser grain borers
    • Cockroaches
    • Fleas
    • Ants 
    • Crickets

     

    Reasons to Use Archer IGR

    • Effectively disrupts the life cycle of various insect pests
    • Targets pantry pests and common flying and crawling insects
    • Stops mosquito, tick and flea populations from multiplying
    • Provides successful indoor and outdoor pest control
    • Can be used with an adulticide to eliminate all life stages
    • Safe for use in food-handling areas like restaurants and home kitchens

     

    Control Insect Populations With Archer IGR

    If larvae can't mature into adults, an infestation will come to an end. Archer IGR does what adulticides can't do: target the eggs and the larvae. It penetrates the eggs and stops the life cycle while preventing larvae from advancing further in their development. This growth regulator can be used on many different insects in numerous areas such as residential, commercial and industrial spaces. It affects everything from ticks and fleas to roaches and ants, stopping the insect populations from exploding into hard-to-control numbers.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

    It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

     

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