Conquer Residual Liquid Insecticide Concentrate controls numerous pests in and around structures. Application within residential and commercial buildings including homes, apartment buildings, kennels, and non-food areas of industrial, institutional, and commercial buildings, such as hospitals, hotels, warehouses, truck trailers, railroad cars, theatres, office buildings, and schools.
Conquer is a great multi-pest insecticide offering a lasting residual. This product may be used indoors and outdoors to eliminate insect intruders. Conquer is labeled for most stored product pests, Ants, Cockroaches, Crickets, Earwigs, Fleas, Flies, Gnats, Millipedes, Mosquitoes, Moths, Psocids, Scorpions, Silverfish, Sowbugs, Spiders, Ticks and Waterbugs.
Conquer is a very effective product to control fleas (and ticks) indoors and outdoors.
To control fleas indoors:
Mix 1 oz of Conquer with 1 gallon of water in a hand sprayer. Apply on carpeted areas and underneath furniture where fleas may harbor taking care not to get solution on hardwood floors or wooden furniture. (you may also add 1 oz Precor IGR Concentrate to 1 gallon of the finished Conquer/water solution for more effective flea control).
For a 50 x 40 yard mix 2/3 fl. oz. of Conquer with 12 gallons of water. To obtain best results, lawn should be mowed a day or two before spraying. Using a hand sprayer apply in a slow, even sweeping motion, being sure to cover the entire lawn surface where the pests will normally frequent. Spray under ornamentals and trees, but avoid soaking young or flowering plants. If needed, repeat application treatment in 7-14 day intervals.
To Kill Ants, Centipedes, Cockroaches, Crickets, Earwigs, Millipedes, Psocids, Scorpions, Silverfish, Sowbugs, Spiders, and Waterbugs:
Apply diluted spray with a sprayer that produces coarse, wetting droplets into all cracks and crevices in woodwork and floors, underneath sinks, areas behind pipes, and in all non-food contact places where these insects shelter. Use a dosage of one (1) gallon of spray dilution per 1,000 square feet (40mls/L). Contact as many insects as possible with direct spray. Repeat application as needed, but do not exceed more than one (1) application every seven (7) days in restaurants and similar food service establishments or more than one application every fourteen (14) days in all types of food handling establishments.
All outdoor applications, must be limited to spot or crack-and crevice treatments only, except for the following permitted uses.
Applications to soil or vegetation.
Applications to lawns, turf, and other vegetation.
Applications to the side of a building, up to a maximum height of 3 feet above grade.
Applications to underside of eaves, soffits, doors, or window permanently protected from rainfall by a covering, overhang, awning, or other structure.
Applications around potential pest entry points into buildings, when limited to a surface band not to exceed one inch in width.
Applications made through the use of coarse, low pressure spray to only those portions of surfaces that are directly above bare soil, lawn, turf, mulch or other vegetation.
We have 3 cats and 1 dog. Last year the fleas nearly made us all go crazy! I finally found Conquer and Archer on this web page (best prices) and finally..... FINALLY we got our lives back!!! It worked, was easy to put down, just make sure you follow instructions. About a week later.......no more fleas! It's once again time to put down in the yard. Thanks for a wonderful product that works!
I used a Conquer and Archer mixture for my flea problem inside and in the yard and it knocked it out 1-2-3. I had used other foggers, sprays, powders and granules with no luck. Conquer and Archer did the trick.
Following the specs for an infestation, I had dead roaches all over the place. I had to clean the floors for three days in a row, it's better than anything I've ever used, and I've used a lot of brands. Try it (Conquer), I believe you will be satisfied.
I just want to say about two months ago up until recently I was going thru a living nite mare I have never encounter "fleas" before and I never want to ever again. My cat who's never been outside had somehow got fleas still not sure if one jump on me and my family and got in the house or maybe they jump thru my screen door due to cat lady next door constantly feeding the strays.
Anyway I was at my wits end going to my local exterminator and local hardware store spending countless dollars trying to resolve this matter with no true resolution. Until one day my guardian angel lead me to this website, I read several reviews and after my second purchase not my first I decided to purchase the triple trio "suspend sc, martins IGR and conquer liquid insecticide, after following the directions I was hesitant to believe this products was truly gonna work nevertheless I was desparate ..let me say omg I truly saw a difference and I would recommend these three products to anyone who encounter this nitemare as I did ...Thanks Dmopc- u gave me my home back. No more fleas /:+)
Is Conquer Liquid Insecticide safe to use when cats are present?
Cats and other pets need to be kept out of the area while Conquer Liquid Insecticide is being applied, and until it has thoroughly dried. Once it is dry, it is safe for pets to be allowed back into the area.
Conquer is not labeled for bedbugs and is not intended for use on bed bugs. There are many other products on the market that have been tested and labeled for bed bugs. Phantom is one of our most popular bed bug products as it is non-repellent and there is no known resistance to this product. You can check out the rest of our bed bug products by clicking on the Bed Bugs tab at the top of any page on our website.
Can I add Martin's IGR to Conquer? What will the indoor/outdoor mix ratio be in the one gallon sprayer?
I need to kill the fleas indoors and outdoors. Can I buy the 1 oz. bottle and mix that in with the Conquer? I have a 1500 sq. foot home and a 1/4 acre yard.
You can add Martins IGR to Conquer for flea control. You can mix 1 ounce of each product into one gallon of water to treat 1,000 sq ft area. When treating outdoors you can increase the volume of water to insure even coverage in areas with dense vegetation (i.e., use 2-5 gallons of water with the 1 oz of each product).
I live in the central tx area and have a problem with leaf cutter ants. I have multiple ant mounds in approx 40x40 area (nest area). I also have ant foraging holes in many areas.
I've tried Amdro Ant Block and Ortho Bug B Gone. They don't work well.
A web site recommended a residual insecticide like Conquer (www.antcontrols.com). Does Conquer kill leaf cutter ants? Will it kill the queen(s)?
Is there anything better to kill the ant?
Conquer will kill ants that make direct contact with treated areas. Leaf cutter ants can be a difficult pest to get rid of. The colonies are large and the ants make their own food so poison baits only have limited effects on this species of ants. According to several university websites Maxforce Complete Granules containing hydramethlynon are some what effective, though they will usually eliminate only about 30% of a large colony in one treatment and will need to be reapplied several times. Deltagard granules is one of the only products actually labeled for leaf cutter ants. The product label recommends treating the mound directly and lightly watering the granules in. Again it may take several treatments to get the desired results. We also recommend contacting your local cooperative extension office to see if they have any recommendations for products that have worked for other people in your region.