A couple of differences between Barricor and Suspend SC is Barricor is formulated to applied on complex surfaces such as concrete and floors, carpet, or carpet coverings, whereas Suspend SC is not. It has a flexible label that allows you to apply in more places indoors and outside and its high potency at a low dosage rate means the product lasts longer for more applications. Barricor can also be applied without PPE! Please see the sell sheet here for more detailed information about the benefits of this wonderful new product!
Barricor SP does not have a transfer effect and is considered repellent. It contains Deltamethrin instead of Fipronil like Termidor SC which is non repellent and has a transfer effect.
Barricor SP is not labeled for drywood termites. Please take a few moments to review our article here.
Barricor SP should not be tank mixed with Bifen IT.
Barricor SP is brand new to the market is brand new to the market so we have not had any feedback as of yet. It does have the same active ingredient as Suspend with different features so is comparable though. We can say that the product had to go through rigorous EPA testing to prove efficacy to get to the market.
Yes, Barricor SP is safe around children and pets as long as you are following instructions on the product label.
Barricor SP is a brand new type of formulation that is safer when applying, no PPE does not mean it is weaker.
Barricor SP is not labeled for scorpion control. Please check out our scorpion control guide to find the best product for your needs
Barricor SP has a residual up to 30 days and can be reapplied after 21 days.
Barricor SP is an insecticide and is not designed to harm frogs or lizards. In general, you may notice less lizards and frogs in the area after regular treatments, as insects are their primary food source and that is what the Barricor is eliminating on your property. Without food they cannot survive and may look elsewhere for it.
Barricor SP is not considered a non repellent or a repellent. Deltamethrin, the active ingredient kill insects by direct contact of the areas that have been sprayed (wet or dry) or if they eat it (baits). It disrupts their normal nervous system function. It also contains other actives to disrupt lifecycle of insects and helps with resistance. Some insects are known to avoid treated areas due to the sensory abilities to detect the insecticide but it would not be labeled as an repellent.
Barricor SP contains Deltamethrin and is labeled for mosquito applications monthly. Talstar P contains bifenthrin and will offer a four week residual as well for mosquitoes. Both are great options. Mosquito Control Article