Cyonara Lawn & Garden RTS - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Danny
    05/24/2011
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    What can I put on my garden to kill cut worms and other pest in the ground?
    A
    Our most popular product labeled for cutworms is Cyonara Lawn, Yard and Garden Spray.  It comes in a convenient bottle that hooks up to your hose and is labeled to apply in your garden.  It will not only take care of cutworms, but many other pests that might be in your garden.
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    21 of 23 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Manny from Orlando, Fl
    10/12/2015
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    How often does Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray need to be applied? Is it pet safe?
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    Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray should be applied as needed every 8 weeks. It is pet safe if used as directed. Pets do need to be kept out of the area while the product is being applied and until it has fully dried.

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    19 of 20 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Debbie
    06/01/2011
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    Is Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray safe for beans, okra, squash, and cucumbers?
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    Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray is only labeled for a few select vegetables. Unfortunately none of the vegetables on your list is included on the product label. Fertilome Triple Action Plus II can be used on just about any edible vegetation and it is three products in one, insecticide, fungicide and miticide. Please take a few moments to read the Fertilome Triple Action Plus II product label to be sure the pest you are trying to eliminate is listed. I have linked the product label in this answer but you can always find product labels on individual product pages on our website.
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    16 of 22 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Matt from Louisville, Ky
    06/18/2014
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    Is Cyonara RTS the best option to use in my flower garden / lawn / tomato patch to control & kill leafhoppers?
    I want something that is relatively non-toxic as I do have two dogs who will more than likely come into contact with sprayed areas. I'm trying to prevent aster yellows (virus) from destroying my new echinacea plants. I want something that will kill now and continue to kill for a while.
    A

    Cyonara Lawn, Yard and Garden Spray is labeled for the control of grasshoppers on tomatoes. This product is safe when dry so your dogs will be fine after the product has been sprayed.

     

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    12 of 13 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Robert from Dunn
    06/14/2015
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    How many oz of Cyonara Lawn and Garden to a gallon of water?
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    Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray is ready to spray and attaches to a garden hose for application. If  you are speaking of Cyonara Concentrate you would mix .8fl oz per gallon of water.
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    11 of 13 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Cynthia from Homer, Louisiana
    05/17/2015
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    Can Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray be applied around the outside perimeter of my home to kill water bugse
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    Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray can be applied to the exterior perimeter of your home for eradicating many listed insects including water bugs (Amercian Roaches).
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  • Asked by Jan from Spartanburg, Sc
    03/09/2012
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    What is the difference between the Cyonara Garden Spray and the Cyonara granules?
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    While the active ingredient is the same in each product the inert ingredients that make up the rest of the formulas is very different. The Cyonara Lawn, Year and Garden spray is formulated specifically for use on edible vegetation and other outdoor uses. The Cyonara granules is not formulated for use on edible vegetation and is mainly for use on lawns and around the perimeter of structures.
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    6 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Margaret from Lafayette La
    08/02/2013
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    I have Concentrate spray, but cannot remember # of ounces to a gallon?
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    The Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray is ready to spray. If  you are speaking of Cyonara Concentrate you would mix .8fl oz per gallon of water.
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    5 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Debbie
    06/02/2011
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    If this was used to treat pests on squash, cucumbers, beans, peppers, and okra, is it all now unedible?
    Or can it be washed thoroughly before eating?
    A
    We recommend that you call the Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray manufacturer to seek their advice since they are the experts on their product. You can reach Control Solutions at 281-892-2500.
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    5 of 17 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Shelly
    04/05/2016
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    Will Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray kill birds?
    I two story home. Need hose to reach.
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    Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray will not kill birds.  We do not currently carry any products that will kill birds. 

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    4 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Debby
    04/20/2016
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    Is Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray good for flea control and safe for birds outside?
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    Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray could harm birds should they come in contact with the treated area while still wet. Be sure to make the applications in areas birds may not frequent and when they are less active in the day. 

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    4 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Francis from Lafayette, La
    05/03/2016
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    Can Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray be spayed on tomato plant leaves?
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    Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray is labeled for use on tomato so would be safe when applied to the leaves.

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  • Asked by Ruth
    06/22/2010
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    We have Japanese beetles on our raspberry and blackberry plants, not to mention other garden plants. How safe?
    How safe is Cyonara Lawn, Yard and Garden Spray on our food? Is there a set turn-a-round time that one must wait between spray and harvest?
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    Cyonara Lawn Yard and Garden is not labeled for use on berry plants.  We recommend Malathion 57% for raspberry and blackberry plants. Malathion is very versatile and can be used on many different edible vegetation plants.
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  • Asked by Lisa
    11/29/2018
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    Does it matter if it is going to rain when applying Cyonara Lawn & Garden RTS?
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    Apply Cyonara Lawn & Garden RTS in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours to help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area.

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  • Asked by Josh
    05/06/2019
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    Is it safe to eat tomatoes one day after applying Cyonara Lawn & Garden RTS ?
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    Per the label instructions for Cyonara Lawn and Garden Spray the pre-harvest nterval (PHI) is 5 days after the last application before you can harvest/eat the tomatoes.

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  • Asked by Jane from Madison Wi
    06/05/2013
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    What is the concentration of the product after it is mixed with water?
    The concentrate contains 0.5% Lambda-cyhalothrin, and I wanted to know what is the dilution rate (and result concentration of the product) after it is diluted with water? Thank you!
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    There is not a dilution rate listed because you hook this container up to a water hose to apply it, not in a hand pump sprayer. This is ready to spray bottle and the built in nozzle automatically calculates the correct dosage per amount of water as you use it. Since it does not give a dilution rate on the label, we are unable to tell you what the final percentage of active ingredient is. If you need to know the percentage you can contact Control Solutions at 1-281-892-2500.
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  • Asked by Lisa from Thornton, Tx
    07/11/2017
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    Is Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray harmful to chickens, dogs, and cats?
    I have fleas, ticks, mosquitos etc in yard and around chicken coop. Will Cyonara hurt my 3 cats and 2 dogs? Can I spray inside chicken coop and running area where I have hens laying eggs?
    A

    Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray can be applied when pets are not present until the surfaces have completely dried. It is not suggested for grazing options or in chicken coops. It is labeled for the insects you wish to prevent.

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  • Asked by Carl from Tampa, Fl
    01/16/2018
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    Will Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray kill fleas?
    If so, what intervals to re-spray?
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    Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray is labeled for outdoor flea applications and can be reapplied once every 8 weeks. Please take a few moments to review our treatment on How to Get Rid of Fleas for a successful eradication program. We do offer an Outdoor Kit and an Outdoor/Indoor Flea/Tick Kit as well as flea treatment products for dogs and cats.

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    2 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jared from Monroe, La
    03/19/2017
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    Will Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray affect bees?
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    Unfortunately yes, Cyonara Lawn, Yard, and Garden Spray can affect bees. They would however, need to land on an area that was treated with the product for it to harm them. If you spray in the early morning or late evening when bees are least active, and avoid spraying plant blooms, the risk is greatly reduced. 

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  • Asked by Rod from Manteo, Nc
    05/14/2012
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    What is the best product to kill/prevent pillbugs in a garden?
    I am looking for a product that can be applied around the base of plants to prevent pillbugs from eating small plants. Must be safe for edible plants.
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    Cyonara Lawn and Garden spray would be a good choice to control sow bugs in a vegetable garden. Please read the Cyonara Lawn and garden spray product label to be sure the veggies you need to treat are listed on the product label.
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