30-30 Mosquito, Fly & Gnat Control is a professional insecticide that kills all of the common flying insects. Its right there on the label, mosquitoes, flies and gnats. These insects can grow from being an annoyance to a heath hazard quickly. An effective concentrated low odor, non-corrosive, synergized synthetic pyrethroid formulation with quick knockdown. To apply, just mix the concentrate with water, then put it into a thermal fogger or ULV (ultra low volume) units.
Adult Mosquitoes, Biting and Non-Biting Midges, Black Flies and Gnats
For use in
Residential Outdoors, Recreational areas
ULV Non-Thermal Aerosol (cold fog) Application: Apply diluted or undiluted using any standard ULV ground equipment with a swath width of 300 feet capable of producing a non-thermal aerosol spray. Vary flow rates accordingly to vegetation density and mosquito population. Use higher flow rates in heavy vegetation or when populations are high.
Thermal Aerosol Fogging: Apply diluted or undiluted with suitable Thermal Fogging equipment such as truck-mounted fog generators or other equipment capable of making thermal fogging applications
(Do not exceed the maximum rate of 0.007 lbs. per acre)
(Apply at speeds of 5 to 20 mph, using a 300 ft. swath width for calculations)
Barrier Applications: Use in non-thermal ULV, motorized, portable, backpack, handheld or truck-mounted fogging equipment, apply with a mist blower adjusted to deliver droplets with a volume median diameter of 50 to 100m
Use undiluted or diluted to achieve an application of 0.001 / 0.001 a.i./acre - Use a 300 ft. (15.2 m) swath width for calculations For backpack or handheld applications, use a walking speed of 2 mph (3.2 kph) and a 300 ft. swath width for calculations
Yes, if used as directed on Label
NOT FOR SALE TO
AK CT, NY (Restricted To Licensed Applicators Only)
As a thermal or non-thermal fog CSI 30 – 30 may be applied either diluted or undiluted. Ultra low volume (ULV) non-thermal aerosol (cold fog) application of CSI 30 – 30 is beneficial to control adult mosquitoes, flies and gnats. Use sites include, but are not limited to: athletic fields, campsites, gardens, golf courses, municipalities, overgrown waste areas, parks, playgrounds, recreational areas, residential areas, and woodlands. Treatment when insects are most active and conditions are favorable for keeping the fog close to the ground provide best results. Ground and aerial applications should be made when meteorological conditions, such as an air temperature inversion, are favorable to keeping the spray cloud close to the ground. The cool hours of early morning or evening are the most beneficial application times. Air temperatures should be greater than 50° F when conducting all types of applications. Avoid application in calm air conditions. Apply only when ground wind speed is greater than 1 mph. Do not apply when wind speeds exceed 10 mph. Applications cannot exceed the specified rates.
Apply at a rate not to exceed 0.007 pounds of permethrin per acre in any given 24 hour period. Do not retreat a site more than once in 3 days. Do not exceed 25 applications at 0.007 pounds of permethrin per acre (not to exceed a total of 0.18 pounds of permethrin per acre) in any given season. More frequent treatments may be made to prevent or control a threat to public and/or animal health determined by a state, tribal or local health or vector control agency on the basis of documented evidence of disease causing agents in vector mosquitoes or the occurrence of mosquito-borne disease in animal or human populations, or if specifically approved by the state or tribe during a natural disaster recovery effort. For control of adult mosquitoes and biting flies, application is allowed over listed growing crops prior to harvest and range grasses within or adjacent to these areas.
Ground Equipment: Spray equipment must be adjusted so that the volume median diameter is less than 30 microns (Dv 0.5 < 30 μm) and that 90% of the spray is contained in droplets smaller than 50 microns (Dv 0.9 < 50 μm). Directions from the equipment manufacturer or vendor, pesticide registrant or a test facility using a laser-based measurement instrument must be used to adjust equipment to produce acceptable droplet size spectra. Application equipment must be tested at least annually to confirm that pressure at the nozzle and nozzle flow rate(s) are properly calibrated.
ULV Non-Thermal Aerosol (cold fog) Application: To control mosquitoes, midges and black flies, apply CSI 30-30 using any standard ULV ground equipment with a swath width of 300 feet capable of producing a non-thermal aerosol spray. If applying the product undiluted, apply at a flow rate of 0.53 to 2.2 ounces per minute at an average vehicle speed of 10 mph. These rates are equivalent to 0.00175 to 0.007 pounds of permethrin and the same amount of 0.00175 to 0.007 pounds of synergist piperonyl butoxide per acre. If different vehicle speed is used, adjust the rate accordingly. Vary flow rates accordingly to vegetation density and mosquito population. Use higher flow rates in heavy vegetation or when populations are high. An accurate flow control system must be used to ensure proper flow rate. CSI 30-30 may also be applied by diluting with a suitable solvent such as mineral oil and applying so as not to exceed the maximum pounds of active ingredient per acre as shown in the first column of the ULV table shown below. That table represents some suggested application rates for ground ULV applications. If an alternative dilution rate is used, adjust the flow rate accordingly.
Thermal Aerosol Fogging:
Apply diluted or undiluted with suitable Thermal Fogging equipment such as truck-mounted fog generators or other equipment capable of making thermal fogging applications. Do not exceed the maximum rate of 0.007 lbs. a.i./acre. May be applied at speeds of 5 to 20 mph, using a 300 ft. swath width for calculations. To reduce oil requirement and sludge buildup in equipment, use a suitable mineral oil of 60 – 100 second viscosity. For use with handheld, backpack or lawn mower thermal fogging equipment, do not exceed the maximum rate of 0.007 lbs. a.i./acre. Use a walking speed of 2 mph (3.2 kph) and a swath width of 300 feet for calculations.
For use in non-thermal ULV, motorized, portable, backpack, handheld or truck mounted fogging equipment, apply CSI 30-30 with a mist blower adjusted to deliver droplets with a volume median diameter of 50 – 100μm. Use undiluted or diluted to achieve an application of 0.00175 / 0.00175 # a.i./acre. Do not use more than 0.007 lbs. a.i./acre. Use a 300 ft. (15.2 m) swath width for calculations. For backpack or handheld applications, use a walking speed of 2 mph (3.2 kph) and a 300 ft. swath width for calculations. If using a different speed, swath or dilution, do not exceed the maximum a.i./acre. Direct spray onto foliage at the perimeter of areas where mosquitoes or flies are to be excluded or into harborage areas where adult mosquitoes or flies may be found. May be used to treat abandoned buildings, residential buildings, warehouses, storm drains, underground drainage pipes and other areas where adult mosquitoes find harborage.
Rates to use CSI 30 – 30 Undiluted for Mosquito Control
Application Rates/Fluid Ounces to Use per Minute per MPH
Dilution Rates for CSI 30-30
Parts CSI 30-30
Parts Diluent Oil
Flow (oz/min) and Use Rates for a 4% (1 to 6.5 Dilution Ratio) Product
Application Rates/Fluid Ounces per Minute per MPH
Flow (oz/min) and Use Rates for a 2% (1 to 14 Dilution Ratio) Product
Application Rates/Fluid Ounces per minute per MPH
CSI 30-30 may be applied either diluted or undiluted by fixed wing or rotary aircraft at rates not to exceed 0.007 lb. a.i./acre. Apply at a sufficient airspeed to deliver the appropriate amount of a.i./acre (from 0.00175 to 0.007 # a.i./acre) and to achieve the appropriate droplet range. Apply only when ground wind speed is equal to or greater than 1 mph. Do not apply by fixed wing aircraft at a height less than 100 feet, or by helicopter at a height less than 75 feet unless specifically approved by the state or tribe based on public health needs. For best results, treat when insects are most active and meteorological conditions are conducive to keeping the spray cloud in the air column close to the ground. In order to compensate for windy conditions and ensure drift onto the target area, aerial application with aircraft equipped with Global Positioning Systems (GPS) is recommended. PROHIBITION FOR AERIAL USE: Not for aerial application in Florida unless specifically authorized by the Bureau of Entomology and Pest Control, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
I have a IGEBA TF 35 thermal fogger that I have used Perm X 4-4 with good results. With the Perm X 4-4 I also mix 2 oz per gallon of mix with NyGuard for regulator growth...With the Perm X 4-4 I was fogging full strength.
With the CSI 30 - 30 I dilute with ULV oil per label to give a 4% fogging solution.
I have excellent results for controlling mosquitoes, gnats, Buffalo gnats and flies, even Chiggers this year.
The area directly behind my home is a wooded area, because I fog that area pretty heavy, even my dog has not had any ticks this year.
I have also found that the 30-30 diluted even works well with a hand held propane fogger...
I do recommend at the end of the year to use rubbing alcohol to clean out the lines and injectors of residue oil.
CSI 30-30 good stuff, and not regulated so any one can use it.
What kind of respirator filter should I use with CSI 30-30 Mosquito, Fly & Gnat Control?
We would recommend using the Comfo Classic Respirator Mask with P100 Cartridges when using the CSI 30-30 Mosquito, Fly & Gnat Control. It will filter 99.97% of aerosols, fogging solutions, and dusts. It is good for 6 hours of air movement. If you use it for 30 minutes or an hour, we recommend storing it in an air tight container or Ziploc bag, and then you can use as often as you need to for up to 6 total hours. It can be broken down in increments as long as you store it in an air tight container between uses.
What kind of residual can you expect with the CSI 30-30 Mosquito, Fly & Gnat Control?
The CSI 30-30 Mosquito, Fly &Gnat Control is more of a contact kill only and that is the standard with fogging. It can make an area slightly repellent for maybe 2-3 days but will not kill anything once it has dispersed/dried on surfaces.
We purchased a Vectorfog H500, what insecticide can you recommend for bug control in that unit?
We would like to cover an area of 8 acres to control mostly flying insects (Minnesota mosquitos). The acreage consists of trees, houses, flowers & gardens. Want to know what you have to purchase that can be used in the groves and on the yards, and if you would use the water base or oil base solutions. From what I can tell the oil base travels the furthest. Would there be any long lasting spray or is it all contact? or can one mix both?
Any information or charts would be appreciated.
CSI 30-30 Mosquito, Fly & Gnat Control would be used in the VectorFog H500. It is more of a contact kill only and that is the standard with fogging. It can make an area slightly repellent for maybe 2-3 days but will not kill anything once it has dispersed/dried on surfaces.
Is CSI 30-30 Mosquito, Fly & Gnat Control labeled for use in residential misting systems?
CSI 30-30 Mosquito, Fly & Gnat Control is not recommended for use in outdoor residential misting systems. We do have a variety of products that are labeled for residential misting systems, which you can find on our website here.