What can I use to treat my houseplants for centipedes? Two of them are infested. I see the centipedes coming out of the bottom and if I over water, some drown but they keep coming back. I don't want to hurt the plants and but I don't want to throw them away either.
CENTIPEDES are easy to control in house plants. You can use the organic MULTIPURPOSE INSECT KILLER which won't hurt the plant at all. Just add some to your watering can, mix it up and water the plants like normal. The drench will kill any present. Just be sure to use the mixture 2-3 times in a row to insure you get any hatching young your initial treatment missed.
If you want something stronger that will solve the problem with one application, get BIFEN. Use it the same way but only one application will be needed every month or two for ongoing, long lasting control.
Both products will control any pest that may want to live in the soil or on any house plant. And both can be used inside or outside.
Organic Insect Killer: https://bugspray.com/organic/liquid/multi-purpose-insect-killer-24-oz
Bifen IT: https://bugspray.com/catalog/insecticide/liquid/bifen