If the water you are using to dilute a product such as Azera Gardening does not have a neutral pH, or if the water is very hard or soft, then it may change the pH (acidity) of your diluted solution. Other products which are sometimes mixed with insecticides, such as fertilizers, can alter the pH of a final solution as well. If your final solution has a pH outside of the 5.5 – 7 range when tested, then you would want to use a buffering agent to adjust the pH. This is a common warning and practive with certain natural active ingredients since they can become unstable and breakdown (hence becoming ineffecitve) if the solution is too acidic or basic. For example, Brandt Indicate 5 is a surfactant which includes a pH indicator. You should be able to find pH test strips for water or solutions at many retailers.
Azera Gardening should not be applied with additional oils, adjuvants or surfactants.
Azera Gardening can not be used for root drenching as directed on the product label.
Azera Gardening should be applied early in the morning (or evening hours) as reduced UV exposure and lower temperatures will increase the performance and reduce impact on pollinators. It is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment on blooming crops when foraging in the treated area.
Azera Gardening can kill bagworms but only before they form the bag. Once the bag is formed these pests are protected from chemical sprays. If they have already formed the bag the best thing to do would be to pluck them off individually and drop into a bucket of soapy water.