Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower will protect your plants from any hopping, flying, or crawling insect for up to one month. This product controls over 100 different pests that you find in your lawn and garden. Use Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower - Concentrate to stop ants, fleas, mosquitoes, ticks, and flies from infesting your flowers, vegetables, trees, fruits, shrubs, nuts, and may even be applied to your houseplants.
For lawns and vegetables, measure the area to be sprayed. Calculate square feet by multiplying length by width. For all other applications, apply as a thorough coverspray. Use a clean sprayer. Carefully measure and mix the amount of concentrate and water as directed. Spray as directed. Thorough coverage is important. Flush sprayer with clean water after each use. Make applications when insects first appear. Repeat applications as directed. See directions for complete insect list. People and pets should not be allowed in treated areas until spray had dried.
Will Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower hurt honey bees ?
Will this product harm in or kill honey bee hives ? Is this product honey bee safe ?
Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower is not really selective so it could potentially harm bees or other pollinators if care is not taken during application. It should not be applied while the pollinators are present, and should be applied in the early morning or late evening when pollinators are least active.
Will Bonide Eight Insect Control Vegetable, Fruit and Flower kill squash bugs?
What is the dilution rate?
Bonide Eight Insect Control is labeled for controlling squash bugs and should work well when used as directed on the product label. Use 2 fl. oz of product in 1 gal of water and apply as needed to ensure uniform coverage. Do not exceed 8 applications per season. This can be applied up to the day of harvest.