Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide will provide an effective solution to your insect control problem. It features a new and innovative micro-mesh encapsulation which protects and preserve its active ingredient Alpha-Cypermethrin in a protective cage, ready to be released and work on contact against target insects. It is highly effective in killing insects pests like ants, aphids, armyworms, bagworms, bed bugs, bees, beetles, carpenter ants, chinch bugs, cockroaches, crickets, cutworms, firebrats, house flies, millipedes, plant bugs, scorpions, spiders, and more. This unique formula guarantees fast-acting and long-lasting control of insects for up to 90 days. It has a broad label and use areas for lawns and ornamentals.
Using the 0.050% application rate, apply directly to scorpions and known harborages. These could include, but are not limited to, cracks and crevices in weep holes, wall voids, around window and door frames, and under siding, other cracks and crevices particularly at wall floor junctions and under stored or infrequently moved items.
Using the 0.050% rate, apply directly to scorpions and known harborages. Apply spot treatments into areas where scorpions may hide, including on and around exterior walls, in cracks, crevices, weep holes, or other access points into hollow block walls, and behind masonry veneer, around doors and windows, and other known harborages. Inspect and spray areas and treat where activity is detected, especially around and beneath stones and along rocky areas, in landscaped and mulch areas, and beneath the bark of trees. When possible, remove debris along the foundation that may provide harborage. Treatment around firewood piles is allowed, but DO NO treat firewood directly.
Product Information/Mixing Instructions
Thoroughly clean spray equipment before using.
Shake concentrate well before diluting by inverting container at least five times.
When diluting, first add approximately ½ of the water to the spray tank, add the proper amount of concentrate, and agitate thoroughly.
Always triple rinse the empty bottles with water, shake well, and add the rinsate to the spray tank.
Add the rest of the water and agitate the sprayer thoroughly. A bypass circulation system will help keep the mixturein suspension.
Agitate sprayer occasionally during use to ensure even mixture. A bypass circulation system will help keep the mixture in suspension.
Shake or reagitate sprayer if spraying is interrupted or if dilution is left in the sprayer overnight.
If sprayer screens are used, they should be 50 mesh or larger.
Wow is all I can say. I work for a company, and we just got a sample in of this. Used it on a roach account which has had a ongoing issue for years. Every monitor is full of them, however, in my defense, we have told them hundreds of times to improve on sanitation. There is no point in baiting when you are dealing with a dirty kitchen. Went back to account today, hundreds of dead, and nearly dead roaches of all life stages. Used the 2fl oz per gallon. I want to try this product on other insects, but for $300+ per gallon, I am sticking with to problem accounts only.
Does Fendona CS provide a quick knockdown Roaches, Bedbugs, and Ants?
Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide can provide a quick knockdown to those that are sprayed directly but once dry can take a few minutes/hours up to 24 hours or more to kill insects that contact the treated surface. It all depends on the age and health of the insect, type of insect, time spent on the treated surface as well as how long after application that they contact the area.
Can you spray Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide for German Cockroaches in cabinets and around baseboards/ceilings in homes?
Yes, you can use Fendona CS Insecticide as part of roach treatment in residential areas as a spot and crack and crevice spray. You should not spray in kitchens in any way that would contaminate food, utensils, or food-handling surfaces. We generally recommend using a roach bait gel in more sensitive areas where it is difficult to spray. Please take a few moments to review our Roach Treatment Guide for more tips.