Yes, Evergreen Pyrethrum is used on marijuana. Below is a response and a list of products we carry when we asked an expert what could be used on marijuana plants for insect control and disease control:
Customers will need to make their own decision as to what they consider safe. Some of these products are natural and organic and others aren’t. Some products, like the miticides, probably shouldn't be used when the plants are flowering.
· wettable sulfur for fungus, mites,
· D-Earth for root weevils
· Evergreen Pyrethrum Concentrate for mites and weevils (OMRI Listed for organic production)
· Eagle 20EW Specialty Fungicide for fungus
· Neem oil for fungus and mites
It is possible to tank mix Evergreen Pyrethrum Concentrate with a neem oil as long as the other product label does not prohibit such mixing. We would not recommend mixing these two or any other two oils on plants that are under stress from drought, heat, or disease or in very hot temperatures to avoid the risk of phytotoxicity. The rate at which you dilute Evergreen will depend on your application equipment, target pest, and are of application. Please refer to the product label for complete rates and application instructions.
Yes Evergreen Pyrethrum Concentrate would be safe to use as a soil drench to act as a contact kill on the pests you are targeting under the plant. Make sure you follow any label restrictions and instructions for use for mix rates and safety.
Evergreen Pyrethrum Concentrate is pet safe if used as directed. Pets and people need to be kept out of the area during application but can safely return once everything is dry.
Yes, Evergreen Pyrethrum Concentrate is labeled for aphids. As long at the product comes in direct contact with the aphid it should work sufficiently. It is labeleld specifically for green peach aphids. However, root aphids may be a little harder to control, and will need to be at a point in their life cycle where they would come in direct contact with the product during the application.
Evergreen Pyrethrum is not specifically labeled for kissing bugs, however, it can be used for general pest control. If you are wanting to use this outdoors, it is recommend that you spray every 21 days.
The only information that we can provide about kissing bugs in the information from the CDC. Here is the link: