Yes, Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide is labeled to safely be applied indoors as a crack and crevice spray. You will use 1-2 oz. per gallon of water.
Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide is a micro-mesh encapsulation insecticide and is not a non-repellent. This is a residual insecticide, so it would only be considered a non-repellent as far as social insects like ants are concerned, meaning that it does not have a slow enough kill to transfer throughout the colony.
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.
The Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide is highly effective in killing insects pests like mosquitoes.
Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide is an innovative new formulation with unique encapsulation technology kills insects fast and is highly effective for months on most labeled insects.
We recommend keeping Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide treatments at least 25 feet from bodies of water to avoid runoff into the lake. Otherwise it would be good to use for spiders. You would not apply to all exterior surfaces. Per the product label for perimeter treatments: Treat a band of soil 6 to 10 feet wide around and adjacent to the building. Also treat the building foundation to a height of 2 to 3 feet where pests are active and may find entrance. Treat other insect entry points such as doors, windows; under siding, decks and eaves of structure. Application should be made in such a manner to limit dripping and runoff on structural surfaces and plants.
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.
It can take several days for Fedona to kill scorpions. Scorpions, like spiders, do not groom themselves which limits how quickly the active ingredient can get inside their bodies. Fedona will also kill the insects that the scorpions are there to feed on, which will help your control efforts.
Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide can last up to 90 days on outside surfaces. It cannot be applied through any type of fogger. You will need to use a sprayer to apply.
Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide should be applied in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours.
Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide can be used around livestock housing. Per the product label: “May be used in and on outside surfaces of outer buildings. DO NOT apply to lactating or food animals. DO NOT contaminate milk, food, or drinking water. Remove all animals prior to making applications to housing. DO NOT apply or allow insecticide to drift onto animals. DO NOT allow animals to enter treated areas until surfaces are dry.”
Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide is only available in a 120 ounce bottle at this time.
Fendona CS Controlled Release Insecticide is applied for perimeter applications at 4 oz per 50 gallons. Is this the application you will be applying the product that you are seeking the percentage?
Yes, Fendona CS is labeled for spiders, including black widow spiders.