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I live in the Florida Keys and we are always combating mosquitoes and noseeums. Over the past 15 years I have tried everything under the sun. At the time I contacted Chad at bugspray.com I had two “Pro” series Mosquito Magnets running 24 hours a day. They caught a bunch of bugs but we still were getting eaten alive. In the summer months it was impossible to sit in our back yard even after spraying yourself down with Deet.

I purchased a Solo Backpack Mist blower, Exciter, Permethrin, and Nylar. After the first fogging we could not believe the results. For the first time ever there were no bugs, none! These products are nothing short of amazing! For the first time ever we can enjoy our beautiful outdoors without welts and scratching. Our dogs also had rashes on their stomach from bites and that is completely gone. These people and their products have been a life changer for us. We now spend all of our time outdoors instead of hunkering down behind a screen.

Above all the customer service at Bugspray.com is off the charts. It is great having a “coach” you can turn to with any questions you might have. They are incredible!

Thanks for giving us our life back!

Howard, Florida Keys

Mist Blower: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/solo-mistblower-backpack

6 % Pyrethrin: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/exciter-16-oz

Permethrin SFR:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/perm-sfr

Nylar: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/igr/igr-nylar

I would like to thank the staff at bugspray.com for their assistance. I know I called a few times but each time they were very professional and spent all the time needed to answer my questions & make suggestions. Thanks bugspray.com!!

We’d like to thank you for your very honest & professional advice on all things related to the invasion of Chinese Stink Bugs that’s been plaguing the East Coast & other states for several years (29 states, at last count). The “pest control” companies here have absolutely NO idea how to control these particular bugs & won’t guarantee their eradication: but U-Spray knows exactly what to do! Thanks to you we’ve been able to keep ahead of this severe problem. We’ve recommended U-Spray to everyone we know.

Your website is so awesome! It explains how to do the job correctly and most important, safely. The general public, like me, have no clue about the right way to use and store these chemicals. I tell everyone to go to your site for information on any household pest there is, as well as how nice and supportive you guys are with questions. Just want you to know how appreciated you are! God blesses those who bless His people and your company is just that, a blessing to all! I know you and yours be mightily blessed:)

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Have springtails coming out into a toilet bowl in bathroom 1 when flushing. 3 or 4 at a time. None in the tank. Cleaned bowl w/toilet bowl cleaner. No springtails emerged. Filled tank w/half vinegar n/half water, flushed, let it sit. 10 dead came out on next flush. Recently did minor plumbing rerouting of supply lines in bathroom 1. Never unmounted toilet. Did major rerouting of drains and supply lines in bathroom 2 on opposite side of wall from bathroom 1 but did not move or disturb drain lines for the toilets in bathrooms 1 and 2 which presumably share a common drain and vent. Did remove toilet in bathroom 2 as part of renovation. Remounted bathroom 2 toilet. No springtails in toilet in bathroom 2. They seem to be literally living in the flush holes under the lip of the toilet bowl. They never emerge anywhere else. The bowl also has a burnt type odor which was not there before. I cannot understand how they have gotten to where they are without going through either the trap water or the tank water. Your opinion is greatly appreciated. By the way, excellent info on your site. I’m a scientist and can never get enough detail. Thanks in advance for your help.

I have seen this happen many times. To best understand how it can develop, you need to understand how springtails migrate. And the best way to explain their migration is to think small. You see, 1-2 feet for a springtail is a long journey. So when they move, they move by covering small distances and establishing nests along the way.

And they only migrate when any one location isn’t large enough for the current population. This will cause some to move to a new “pocket” or nest. Now if the new pocket can only maintain 5-10 adults, some will move from there once that location hits this population. In some cases they’ll all move but many times some will stay behind. And it might only be a few which in turn can become the supply for future generations even though they’re existence is never observed.

And in a bathroom (as well as many other areas in the home), this pattern will play out over and over. So once they’re in the bathroom, they will migrate from “pocket” to pocket as needed. And the list of pocket nests I’ve seen over the years includes the following but is not limited to under the toilet where it mounts to the floor, under the bolt nut covers that hold the toilet to the floor, in the lip of the toilet where water comes out, in the water tank, in the water supply line that feeds the water tank, under the flip handle for flushing, under the on/off valve handle for the water supply of the toilet, in the drain line of any sink, tub or shower present, in all the fixtures of any sink, tub or shower present, in tile grout, under linoleum, in carpeting, in wall sockets, around medicine cabinets, etc.

Now how they get into the bathroom initially is usually via one of the following. First, one of the most common entry routes is via unused drain lines. Abandoned sinks or tubs are commonly used if the trap water in the elbow dries up. The exterior of any water pipe is another great way they can enter. Basically from below the bathroom they will walk up the exterior of any copper or pvc pipes  making their way to the most humid room they can find as they travel. This generally turns out to be a kitchen or bath.

Another great way they enter is “down” vent pipes. Remember, springtails commonly infest trees and vegetation. And any tree litter which makes its way onto your roof will commonly lead to some living on your roof. In most cases these populations live for years unnoticed. But I’ve seen where they will readily migrate down from the roof via vents and exhaust pipes which again, tend to lead to bathrooms and kitchens.

In summary, there are many ways they can get into any room of any house. But once they enter, they will commonly find and use the “best” location for any one pocket nest. And many times these locations turn out to be around the sink, tub, toilet or shower. So what you’re describing is nothing unusual and quite common for springtails to do. The good news is you’ve isolated the problem and with the right material, you can easily control them.

So what is the right material? The PT-221. Labeled for use down drains, if you do a thorough crack and crevice treatment in your bathroom, you should see instant results. Basically by treating every spot that might host a pocket nest, you can both kill and eliminate any opportunity for them to live in the room. Don’t forget to treat down every drain line too. As our article explains, springtails will commonly live just under the drain line cover feeding on all the micro organic matter which clings to the cover and the drain line. But a quick 1-2 second blast of PT-221 will take care of any using this area.

And of course, treating all the baseboards, cracks and crevices of the room will be needed too. But if you do the job right the first time, you should kill them all within 1-2 days and from there, the problem should be resolved!

Here are direct links to the information and products listed above:

Springtails:  http://www.bugspray.com/article/springtail.html

PT-221:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/pt-221-l-17-5-oz

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

Jonathan
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Will hister beetles feed on human skin?

Hister beetles will not feed on human skin. Now some people have been known to have a reaction to them if they land on your skin but this is probably due to something on the beetle that transfers to that person when it lands on them. You see, hister beetles tend to forage in some nasty places which commonly contain all kinds of contaminants (like animal feces). So if they land your skin, some of these agents can cause reactions which can resemble a bite.

And since hister beetles have biting mouth parts, they have been know to bite people. But they are most likely doing this as a reaction and not because they’re trying to feed.

The good news is hister beetles are easy to control. Generally found in the yard, they will readily target plants, grass and other landscaping as they forage for food (other insects). But a good treatment with CYONARA RTS will usually control any kind of infestation.

Cyonara RTS:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/cyonara-32-oz-rts

More information on this pest can be read online here:

Hister Beetles: http://bugspray.com/hister-beetle-control.html

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

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What do you recommend for outdoor use on a small patio for gnats? There are a few potted plants nearby which are on a drip system. Also, a few yards away there are a couple of trees and bushes. I’m guessing a small fogging system may be appropriate. Thanks.

You say this is outside but you didn’t specify any dimensions. Also, you didn’t state if this area has a roof over it or if its wide open and subject to direct weather. These details will factor in big time so without knowing more information, I’ll make two recommendations. The first one will be for a small area that’s somewhat protected. But if the area is large and wide open, you’ll need to go with the second option.

So for a small area, say 20 ft by 20 ft or smaller, you can try using 1-2 of our AEROSOL MACHINES filled with METERED INSECTICIDE. Set them on either side of the patio and programmed to go off once an hour. These machines will run automatically releasing a small blast of pyrethrin which works well on flying insects. The spray should both kill any that are active as well as repel anything that flies so new ones won’t come around. Refills should last at least 30 days but will need to replaced on a regular basis. These machines are battery operated but the batteries should last 8-12 months on average.

Aerosol 1000:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/aerosol-dispenser-1000

Metered Air: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/purge-iii-6-25-oz

Now if the area is larger than 500 sq/ft and you feel you need to treat more of the yard to get control, get a MINI FOGGER and fog every 7-10 days. This machine will easily treat up 5,000 sq/ft and treatments will last 7-10 days when using either ESSENTRIA IC or PERM SFR and NYLAR mixed together. These machines have a small 32 oz holding container and in that tank you’ll want to add either the Essentria or the Perm SFR/Nylar mix.

Mini Fogger: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/fogmaster-5330-120-volt

Essentria IC3: http://www.bugspraycart.com/exempt/liquid/eco-excempt-gal

Permethrin SFR:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/perm-sfr

Nylar: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/igr/igr-nylar

Now which of the two chemical options should you use? Either will work but there are subtle differences.

Basically Essentria is an “all natural” super safe active made with food grade actives. It can be used anywhere – even over ponds, lakes and rivers – and for that reason it may be the right choice for your yard.

But if you want the strongest option, the more traditional Perm SFR mixed with the Nylar growth regulator will yield longer lasting results meaning you won’t have to treat nearly as much if you use these actives.

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

Jonathan
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http://bugspray.com

1-800-877-7290

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Hi there, a couple months ago these little guys started showing up around the window sill above my sink. What are they and how do I get rid of them? Thanks, Erik

Warehouse Beetle

They look like WAREHOUSE BEETLES. These little guys will commonly live inside food items like pasta, cereal, flour or pet food. Basically any kind of stored product one might get from the market. From the food adults will migrate looking for new areas to lay eggs so new infestations will commonly develop in cabinets, pantries, baseboards and other areas in and around the kitchen.

Adults can fly well and will target new areas on which to lay eggs. They’re also naturally attracted to light so windows are a common place for homeowners to find them roosting.

To control local infestations, you’ll need to discard any food item suspected of being infested. Next, all cabinets and pantries will have to be treated with either DFORCE or PHANTOM aerosol. And if you suspect they might be nesting in other areas of the home (they will readily lay eggs on carpets and furniture), liquid treating with PERMETHRIN 10 or DEFENSE SC is the way to go for large, open areas.

Lastly, set out HANGING TRAPS around any window where you find them flying and place out several SURFACE TRAPS in the back cabinet corners.

More details on warehouse beetle biology and treatment options can be found here:

Warehouse Beetles: http://bugspray.com/warehouse-beetles.html

Here are links to the recommended products mentioned above:

D-Force: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/d-force-14-oz-aerosol

Phantom Aerosol: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/pt-phantom-17-5oz

Permethrin 10: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/permethrin-10

D-fense SC: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/d-fense-sc.html

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

Jonathan
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http://bugspray.com

1-800-877-7290

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I have crickets in my light fixtures. Looks like plenty and they are building a nest. People have told me to just leave the light on and that will cook them out and I could just clean them later. I’m not sure that would work. I need a little guidance here so please, can you help me?

Many insects will move to light fixtures for nesting if given the chance. The short list includes stink bugs, ladybugs, silverfish, centipedes, roaches, wasps, bees and crickets. The good news this kind of problem is easy to control.

Get some DRIONE DUST and a HAND DUSTER. Next, open up the infested light fixture by removing it from the ceiling or wall. Vacuum out any live or dead insects. Next, puff some of the Drione into the hole that leads into the wall or ceiling. Drione will both kill insects living in the space but more importantly, its extremely repellent to them so new ones won’t be able to enter anymore once the Drione is applied. And Drione lasts for a year or more inside homes so you don’t have to continuously apply it.

Now to avoid the same problem happening in other areas of the home, do the same treatment to any other fixture you can access. It would be a good idea to do the same treatment to all light switch covers, electric outlet covers and basically any vulnerable “space” or void where cables or pipes go through walls, enter rooms, etc.

Lastly, if the home has an attic or crawl space, dusting these spaces with Drione would be a wise investment too. This way you’ll take away these locations for nesting crickets or anything else that might want to use the area. Use a DUSTIN MIZER to apply the Drione to large open areas.

Drione:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

Hand Duster: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/crusader

Dustin Mizer:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/dustin-mizerdeflector

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

Jonathan
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http://bugspray.com

1-800-877-7290

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We have multiple species of wooly worms that are invading our back patio every day by the hundreds. How do we repel them?  Don’t want to kill them but I’m tired of walking around them and still stepping on a few.  We have been sweeping the patio with a broom to remove them.

You have a few options.

The first and what most of our customers use for this pest is to first use a broom or leaf blower to push/blow away as many as possible. Next, they’ll spray the deck with CYPERMETHRIN. This is a true insecticide and it will definitely kill them if they walk on it for 30 minutes or more but in most cases, they will sense its presence and simply stay off the deck to avoid getting killed. Treatments will last 30 days and 1 gallon of mixed material will cover up to 500 sq/ft.

Cypermethrin: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/viper-cypermethrin

The next option is to spray the deck with NBS REPELLENT. This material is generally used by adding it to deck stain or paint and when applied it will add a natural repellent to the finish. But you can also mix up 3 oz of NBS per gallon of water and spray the deck to repel pests as needed in between paint or stain. Treat with NBS every 2 weeks using a gallon of mixed spray per 500 sq/ft to keep pests away. NBS won’t kill anything but insects don’t like it and will stay off treated surfaces.

NBS Repellent:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/exempt/additive/nbs-paint-additive-16-oz

Lastly, if your deck is small, you can opt for the PEST RID SPRAY. This product is ready to use with no mixing needed. Basically you just need a good sprayer to apply it. One gallon will cover up to 500 sq/ft and you’ll need to renew the treatment every 2 weeks.

Pest Rid Spray: http://www.bugspraycart.com/exempt/liquid/pest-rid-exempt-liquid-repellent

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

Jonathan
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http://bugspray.com

1-800-877-7290

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They are invisible. I assume they are no see ums. Please make a recommendation for a beach front apt 1,100 square feet. I have a bad infestation and a lot of bites on our bodies . I have a lot of indoor plants.

If you review our NOSEEUM and MOSQUITO articles, you’ll learn there are various options for controlling flying pests that bite. Many of these options are for outside but there two methods used inside which work well and provide immediate relief. These treatments are commonly needed for homes and apartments which are located close to water (like beachfront property) or for homes which have a lot of plants. And since you say you have a lot of indoor plants and you’re located on a beachfront property, it would come as no surprise that in fact you have a mosquito and/or noseeum problem.

So the first option is to apply PT-565 once or twice a day throughout the apartment as needed. This product uses pyrethrin as its active ingredient and though it will kill any adult mosquitoes present, the pyrethrin quickly breaks down and is gone within a few hours. For this reason its safe to use it as often as you want and there is no need to remove people or pets during or after the treatment. But you must use the product “manually” meaning you will have to move from room to room when treating. Treating is easy since it only takes a few seconds of spray per room to get enough applied.

The second option would be to install small AEROSOL MACHINES in your apartment. Basically these should be set in any room with a problem. These machines are quite small and when loaded with METERED INSECTICIDE, they can be programmed to go off once an  hour. And when they go off, they’ll be releasing a one second blast of pyrethrin (the same active in the PT-565) which will work quickly on any flying pest. But because you will have these machines set to go off automatically, this option will be automated meaning the machine will be doing the treatment for you all the time. Cans for the machine typically last 30-45 days and the machine runs on batteries which  you’ll need to replace every 6-12 months.

Overall the aerosol machine option is a lot easier to deploy since they require no work once configured and turned on. And since most homes need just 2-3 machines, you’ll find this solution easy to install and maintain.

Conversely the PT-565 will cost less initially but it does require you to do work every day by having to walk around applying it and in the long run, it will prove to be more costly since you will use a lot more chemical when manually treating compared to using the machines.

Here are direct links to the information and products listed above:

PT-565: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/pt-565-xlo

Aerosol 1000:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/aerosol-dispenser-1000

Metered Air: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/purge-iii-6-25-oz

Noseeums: http://www.bugspray.com/article/sandflies.html

Mosquito Control:  http://bugspray.com/articles98/mosquito.html

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

Jonathan
Customer Care

http://bugspray.com

1-800-877-7290

PS: Please show your support for our business by purchasing the items we recommend from the links provided. Remember, this is the only way we can stay around and be here to answer your questions and keep our web site up and running. Thanks for your business!

They pretty much destroyed all my tomatoes, especially the cherry, this summer. I just pulled all the tomato plants out of my garden. What can I do this fall/winter to stop them from coming back next spring? I will try the spray in the spring. I live in coastal North Carolina. Thanks.

If you read our leaf footed bug article, you’ll learn that you need to treat in the fall and then again in the spring if you want to get rid of them. During the summer, they drop eggs which hatch in the ground and on plants. So as summer turns to fall, these eggs are hatching  and its important to kill the larvae now, before they pupate, to stop their cycle.

Leaf Footed Bugs: http://bugspray.com/leaf-footed-bug-control.html

Then next spring you should spray the ground again to get any hatching pupae that over wintered and survived the spray.

Lastly, you’ll need to spray your plants during the summer to protect them from getting reinfested. You see, even if you kill the ones reproducing in your yard, the new plants you grow next year will attract more leaf footed bugs to the area so spraying anything you grow is the best way to keep them protected.

We have two options that can be applied for this pest. The first is approved for organic gardening so it would be considered to be the “safest” option. Treatments will last 7 days and you’ll need to treat at least twice this year focusing your attention on the ground of the garden.

Organic Insect Killer: http://www.bugspraycart.com/organic/liquid/multi-purpose-insect-killer-24-oz

The second option is a stronger product that will last a month per application. You’ll need to use this active once this fall to get a good treatment in place.

Vegetables Plus Perm: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/veg-plus-10-perm

Now come next spring, treat the ground again before you plant and then once the garden is in place, treat the plants during the summer to provide the best protection possible.

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

Jonathan
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Hi, I want to spray bifen xts and spreader sticker up into 30 ft tall trees for cicadas. Was looking at the gilmore #390 hose end model but read elsewhere that it does not spray upwards that well. Could you comment on that and /or recommend something else that will work for such conditions? Thanks.

The BIFEN XTS and SPREADER STICKER combo is exactly what you need for CICADA CONTROL. And having sold thousands of the GILMOUR 6 GALLON HOSE END sprayer, I’m sure it can do the job as long as you have enough water pressure. Let me explain..

Basically the way hose end sprayers are powered is based on the water pressure coming out of your water hose. Now at my home, I have tremendous pressure. In fact, I can reach up 35 feet. So for my needs, hose end sprayers work well. And I’ve tested all the models we carry and for the most part, they all pump equally as high (which makes sense if its the water pressure that powers them).

So when you read or hear about anyone not getting a good performance from a hose end sprayer, its invariably related to poor water pressure and not the sprayer itself. And with that being said, the question has to be asked: do you have strong water pressure at your home?

To find out, test it. Basically you only have to drag your water hose to any of the trees you want to treat and then using most any basic spray gun nozzle, see how high you can reach with nothing but water. If you can reach 30 feet or more, you should be fine using the 6 Gallon Hose End.

But if you find the water pressure isn’t quite strong enough for your needs, consider getting our TROMBONE SPRAYER. This device can reach up 30 feet and is commonly used for tree spraying. Basically the sprayer siphons out a mixed spray and is powered by you “sliding” the sprayer back and forth like a trombone. The online video we’ve posted on our Trombone sprayer page details how to use and is worth watching if you need to go this route.

Give us a call if you have more questions or need further help. Here are direct links to the information and products listed above:

Bifen XTS: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/bifen-xts-concentrate.html

Spreader Sticker: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/additive/spreader-sticker

6 Gallon Hose End Sprayer: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/gilmour-6g-385

Trombone:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/trombone-sprayer

Cicada Control:  http://www.bugspray.com/article/cicada.html

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

Jonathan
Customer Care

http://bugspray.com

1-800-877-7290

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It is now late summer and mimosas cover our small backyard.  There are hundreds of these worms hanging from single silk-like threads from high up in the trees all the way to the ground.  How do we get rid of them??

Apply BIFEN XTS using a 20 GALLON HOSE END SPRAYER. This active will kill them on contact and it does a great job of penetrating their tents. One thorough treatment can have a huge impact and in theory, could eliminate most if not all of the problem as long as you’re able to reach every bit of each infested tree. But if you can’t reach high enough with the sprayer, expect to do 1-2 more treatments to get them all. This will happen as more “drop down”.

Bifen XTS: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/bifen-xts-concentrate.html

Hose End: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/gilmour-20g-390

Now if you have a good treatment in place the ones that drop down should die within a few days but if need be, retreat weekly until you don’t see any activity.

Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

Jonathan
Customer Care

http://bugspray.com

1-800-877-7290

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