|Not For Sale|| |
CT, NY, SD
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Adelgids, American Dog Tick, Annual Bluegrass Weevil, Ants, Aphids, Armyworms, Bagworms, Banks Grass Mite, Bedbugs, LadyBeetle, Bees, Beet Armyworm, Beetles, Billbugs (adult), Biting Flies, Black Turfgrass Ataenuis, (Adult), Black Vine Weevil, Boxelder Bugs, Brown Soft Scales, Broad Mites, Budworms, California Red Scale, Carpenter Ants, Centipedes, Chiggers, Chinch Bugs, Cicadas, Cigarette Beetles, Citrus Thrips, Clover Mites, Cockroaches, Crane Flies, Crickets, Cutworms, Dermestid Beetles, Diaprepes, Dichondra Flea Beetles, Earwigs, Elm Leaf Beetles, European Red Mite, Fall Webworms, Fire Ants, Firebrats, Fleas, Flea Beetles, Flies, Flour Beetles, Fungus Gnats (adults), Gnats, Grain Weevils, Grasshoppers, Gypsy Moth Caterpillars, Hornets, Imported Fire Ants, Indian Meal Moths, Japanese Beetles, Lace Bugs, Leaf Feeding Caterpillars, Leafhoppers, Leafrollers, Lesser Grain Borers, Mealybugs, Merchant Grain Beetles, Midges, Millipedes, Mites, Mole Cricket, Mosquitoes, Moths, Old House Borers, Orchid Weevil, Pecan Leaf Scorch Mite, Pillbugs, Pine Shoot Beetle, Plant Bugs, Powder Post Beetles, Psocids, Psyllids, Rice Moths, Sawfly larvae, Sawtoothed Grain Beetles, Scale Crawlers, Scorpions, Silverfish, Sod Webworms, Sowbugs (Pillbugs), Spider Mites, Spiders (including Black Widow, Brown Recluse and Hobo Spiders), Spittlebugs, Springtails, Stored Product Pests, Tent Caterpillars, Termites, Thrips, Ticks (including Brown Dog Ticks), Tip Moths, Tobacco Moths, Treehoppers, Twig Borers, Warehouse Beetles, Vinegar (Fruit) Flies, Wasps, Weevils, Whiteflies,
The bifenthrin in Talstar P Insecticide is a pyrethroid, a synthetic version of a naturally occurring pyrethrin found in chrysanthemums. This ingredient causes a paralyzed state followed by death. Though bifenthrin doesn't provide an immediate knockdown, it works quickly enough to stop social insects from creating pheromone trails. When used as directed, Talstar P is an effective curative and preventative treatment for many different insects in residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural settings.
It's safe to use Talstar P insecticide in most areas where insects pose a risk to people, pets, food and property. Use it to protect trees, shrubs and foliage plants on home and business landscapes, including turfgrass and ornamental flowers in recreational areas like parks. You can also use Talstar P to provide residual protection in areas such as:
Talstar P insecticide controls more than 75 pests, from common turfgrass weevils to plant-damaging leaf miners. It also kills the brown dog tick, an unusual species that can complete its entire life cycle indoors. The active ingredient bifenthrin works to treat and prevent flea infestations both indoors and out. Talstar P controls many other pests such as:
Talstar P Insecticide is also effective at managing common greenhouse and garden pests such as thrips, whiteflies and spider mites. However, you should not use it directly on fruit- and nut-bearing trees or edible food in restaurants and home kitchens.
Talstar P Insecticide offers broad-spectrum control in many different establishments and prevents infestations for months after a single spray. Its highly effective formula goes on clear and provides residual pest control in areas where insects congregate and breed, such as in cracks, around foundations and in food-handling areas. If you have a problem with bed bugs, fleas or any other invasive pest, take care of the problem quickly with Talstar P insecticide.
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.
For additional information on this product please reference the CDMS label database listed belowSDS/Labels
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