I wet the lawn and waited a few hours and then applied the product as specified--5 pounds per 1,000 square feet. Then I watered as directed. It looked like most of the area (about 2,000 square feet) was free of mole crickets. It's been about a week and they are back again. Lots of money for nothing!
Thank you for your comments! We are sorry that you did not get the expected results from using the Advion Insect Granule Bait. When dealing with large mole cricket populations, you may need to bait more than once to eliminate them. Keep in mind that you want to delay watering after the granules have been put out. Per the product label:
For best results, apply in late afternoon to areas of turfgrass that are infested with mole crickets. If the soil is not moist, then it is important to irrigate before application to bring the mole crickets to the soil surface where exposure to Advion Insect Granule will be maximized. For optimal effectiveness, allow grass that is wet with dew, rainfall or irrigation to dry before application. Rainfall or irrigation within 2 to 3 days after application may reduce the effectiveness of Advion Insect Granule.
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