How Dylox 6.2 Granular Insecticide Works
Dylox 6.2 granular insecticide contains trichlorfon as the active ingredient. This selective chemical compound interferes with a targeted insect's nervous system and causes quick knockdown on contact. When it's ingested, trichlorfon provides complete control in pests ranging from grubs to sod webworms.
Where to Use Dylox 6.2 Granular Insecticide
Use Dylox 6.2 granular insecticide on commercial and recreational landscapes or anywhere grubs and other surface-feeding insects thrive. It's also useful for combating turf pests on residential lawns; however, it should never be used anywhere near bodies of water such as lakes, rivers or ponds. Trichlorfon is highly toxic to fish and will contaminate groundwater. Apply Dylox 6.2 to golf courses as an effective treatment method for keeping greens and tees free of pests. Limit Dylox 6.2 to spot treatments on fairways.
Dylox 6.2 granular insecticide targets and controls white grub larvae and mature adults. It knocks out mole crickets and billbug larvae, including annual bluegrass weevils and cutworms. Other target pests include:
- Chinch bugs
- Cranberry girdlers
- Sod webworms
Kill Soil Insects Quickly With Dylox 6.2 Granular Insecticide
Surface-feeding insects don't stand a chance with Dylox 6.2 granular insecticide. The active ingredient provides quick knockdown and targets a range of soil insects from grubs to armyworms. It starts to work right after irrigation and degrades quickly in the environment.