PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: This versatile product qualifies as a “minimum-risk” under FIFRA and is therefore exempt from Federal EPA registration. However, Essentria All Purpose Insecticide is highly effective against a broad spectrum of insect pests. Its most commonly used in automatic mosquito misting machines and replaces the original which needed an emulsifier added to the tank mix. This new formulation includes everything you need so its the perfect product for fogging and misting when using an automatic machines.
Essentria All Purpose Concentrate is for use around the home, yard and garden and is labeled for use on both non bearing as well as fruit and vegetable bearing plants and trees.
RATE OF APPLICATION: 1-10 oz per Gallon of Water depending on where you plan to treat, the target pest, etc. Please refer to the label for specific mixtures or send us an email asking what mixture to use. Retreat as needed for the first month until the problem is resolved; once the problem is under control expect to treat 1-2 a month during the targeted pest season and less frequently during the off season.
MIXTURE FOR AUTOMATIC FOGGING SYSTEMS: Mixture rates for automatic fogging machine systems. You can mix as little as .5 oz per gallon of water so this a gallon jug can create as many as 256 gallons of mixed solution. At its maximum rate of 3 oz per gallon for automatic systems, you’ll get a total of 42 mixed gallons per gallon of concentrate. We recommend starting with a 1 oz per gallon rate and adjust as needed.
RELATED PRODUCTS: PUMP SPRAYER
DOCUMENTATION: SPECIMEN LABEL MSDS SHEET
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Kenneth O Troche says
Is it safe to use Essentria All Purpose Insecticide on edible vegetables? Thank you.
Tech Support says
Its probably “safe” for the plants but there are two reason’s why you should not use it this way.
The first reason is that the label does not allow for such use. If you review the label, you will see there is no mention of spraying it on edible vegetables. There is a link above you can use to download and view the label.
The second reason is that this product has a strong odor which would no doubt be absorbed by sprayed vegetables or fruits which in turn would have a distinctly noticeable taste and smell. This is barely detectable afield when applied but if used on edibles, I’m certain it would ruin them for consumption.
On a side note, your best option for edible veggies is our Multipurpose Insect Killer seen here:
Organic Insect Killer: https://bugspray.com/organic/liquid/multi-purpose-insect-killer-24-oz