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NY, CA, AK, PR, VI, CT
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Ants, Fire Ants, Spiders, Fleas, Ticks, Worms, and Crickets
Talstar PL Insecticide Granules , which stands for perimeter and lawn, contains bifenthrin. This effective ingredient is a pyrethroid that targets an insect's central nervous system, rendering it immobile and unable to eat or drink. The insect soon dies after coming into contact with Talstar PL, proving it can decrease insect populations at the source.
One application of Talstar PL Granule provides between two and four months of protection against a variety of lawn and turf pests. Some of the pests that it helps to control include:
Use Talstar PL Insecticide Granule in most any commercial, residential or recreational area. It provides long-term protection against pests in home lawns and gardens, recreational parks and commercial landscaping. You can also apply Talstar PL around the perimeter of industrial buildings, athletic fields and public institutions. Applying the insecticide around these places helps to cure existing pest infestations and prevent future population explosions.
Apply less than 0.2 pounds of the active ingredient per application on noncommercial sites. You can, however, apply up to 0.4 pounds of Talstar PL per application on commercial property. Resist applying more than 0.4 pounds of the active ingredient per acre per year as it can produce unwanted effects. Do not use Talstar PL on or around:
For long-term protection against ants, fleas and ticks, apply Talstar PL Insecticide Granule to your landscape. With its active ingredient, this 100 percent effective pesticide targets and controls pests along perimeters and on lawns for four months when it's used as directed.
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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