Hi-Yield Turf Ranger II is an excellent ready-to-use insecticide that controls various types of surface feeding insect pests. Contains two active ingredients that are highly effective in eliminating insects, including fire ants. It is ideal to use on residential lawns, ornamental plant beds, landscaped areas, shrubs, flowers, and perimeters. The Hi-Yield Turf Ranger II features a granular formula that is easy and hassle-free to use and apply. It targets and controls insect pests such as grasshoppers, cutworms, caterpillars, ticks, fleas, ants, fire ants, armyworms, scales, earwigs, chinch bugs, and spiders. Proven to be fast-acting since it works immediately right after irrigation or watering. This low odor insecticide also prevents reinfestation and may be applied through drop or broadcast applications. It has enough residual activity that offers remedial and residual control against insect pests. Covers up to 10,000 square feet. Sold in a 10-lb bag.
It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Apply this product directly to the lawn or garden area. Water treated area as directed on this label. Do not water to the point of run-off. Do not make applications during rain. Repeat application is necessary only if there are signs of renewed insect activity. - Do not allow people or pets to enter the treated area until all dust has settled, water ing-in is complete, and the treated area has dried. - Do not apply more than 174 lbs of the product (equivalent to 0.2 lbs of active ingredient bifenthrin) per acre per year for outdoor applications.
Armyworms (including Lawn Armyworm, Fall Armyworm), Crickets (including House Cricket, Common Shorttailed Cricket, Indies Short-tailed Cricket, Arizona Cricket, Tropical Cricket, Variable Field Cricket, Fall Field Cricket, Southeastern Field Cricket, Texas Field Cricket, Spring Field Cricket, Northern Wood Cricket, Western Striped Cricket, Eastern Striped Cricket, Sand Field Cricket, Vocal Field Cricket, Southern Wood Cricket), Cutworms (including Black Cutworm, Bronzed Cutworm, Granulate Cutworm, Variegated Cutworm), Dichondra Flea Beetle, Essex Skipper, Fiery Skipper, Frit fly, Grasshoppers, Greenbug, Ladybeetles (including Convergent Ladybeetle, Seven-spotted Ladybeetle, Two-spotted Ladybeetle, Thirteen-spotted Ladybeetle, Twice-stabbed Ladybeetle, Asian Ladybeetle, Mealybug Ladybird), Scales (including Ground Pearl), Seed Maggots, Silverfish, Springtails, Striped Grassworm, Two-lined Spittle Bugs, Webworms (including Sod Webworm, Grass Webworm, Tropical Sod Webworm), Wireworms
1 to 2 lbs per 1,000 square feet
Billbugs (including Bluegrass Billbug, Hunting Billbug), Black Turfgrass Ataenius (Adult), Boxelder Bugs, Bristletail, Caterpillars (including Lucerne Moth), Chiggers, Earwigs, European Crane Fly Larvae, Ground Beetle, Leafhoppers, Mealybugs, Spiders (including Brown Recluse Spider, Green Lynx Spider, Marbled Cellar Spider, Longbodied Cellar Spider, Shortbodied Cellar Spider, Thinlegged Wolf Spider, Burrowing Wolf Spider, Pirate Wolf Spider), Weevils (including Annual Bluegrass Weevils (Hyperodes), Vegetable Weevils)
2 to 4 lbs per 1,000 square feet
Ants (except Carpenter and Pharaoh ants), Bermudagrass Mites, Chinch Bugs, Clover Mites, European Chafer, Fleas (larvae & adults), Imported Fire Ants (foraging adults; for mound treatments, see directions below), Millipedes, Mole Crickets (including Tawny Mole Cricket, Southern Mole Cricket, Short-Winged Mole Cricket), Scarab Beetles (including Japanese Beetle, Green June Beetle, May Beetle), Scorpions (including Arizona Stripetail Scorpion, Southern Unstriped Scorpion, Lesser Stripetail Scorpion, Yellow Ground Scorpion, California Common Scorpion, Northern Scorpion, Eastern Sand Scorpion), Spider Mites, Ticks (including American Dog Tick, Brown Dog Tick, and ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease), Pillbugs, Sowbugs
4 lbs per 1,000 square feet
APPLICATION EQUIPMENT: Hi-Yield Turf Ranger II Granular Insecticide is a granular formulation. Apply with a fertilizer spreader or equivalent equipment as uniformly as possible. The following table lists application equipment and recommended settings for Hi-YIELD Turf Ranger II Granular Insecticide.
Scotts/Republic Accugreen (Drop)
1lb = 1
2lb = 2 1/4
3lb = 3 1/4
4lb = 4 1/4
Scotts/Republic Speedy Green (Broadcast)
1lb = 1
2lb = 2 1/2
3lb = 3
4lb = 3 3/4
ferti•lome/Earthway Ev-N-Spred (Broadcast)
1lb = 11
2lb = 12
3lb = 13
4lb = 14
NOTE: User should calibrate spreader by accurately weighing a few pounds into a spreader and applying to a measured area. Then, adjust the spreader setting if necessary to ensure the correct rate of application. For optimum control of specified pests, follow the recommended procedures outlined below:
ANTS: To control ant mounds (excluding fire ant mounds – see specific use directions for fire ant mounds), locate and treat nest first (if possible). Apply 2 tablespoons of product to cover the nest, then gently sprinkle water to moisten the treatment area. In addition to treating ant nests or mounds, treat around entry points of buildings and the soil surface along the perimeter of the building. See below for directions for use for perimeter treatment.
Fire Ant Mounds: Treat ant mounds by applying 1/2 cup per mound. Water with sufficient force to break its apex and allow the insecticide to flow into the ant tunnels, but not sufficient to significantly damage the mound that may lead to relocation. For best results, apply in cool weather (65 to 80?F) or in the early morning or late evening hours. Treat new mounds as they appear. Food utensils such as teaspoons and measuring cups should not be used for food purposes after use with insecticide. For optimum control or for heavily infested areas, combine both mound and broadcast treatments.
Armyworms, Cutworms, and Sod Webworms: ; Thoroughly water the treated area immediately after application. If Lawn Moths (Sod Webworms Adults) are noticed in large numbers at dusk, or at first sign of damage to the lawn, treat entire lawn evenly.
Annual Bluegrass Weevil (Hyperodes) adults: Time application for when adult weevils leave their overwintering sites and move into grass areas. This movement generally begins when Forsythia is in full bloom and concludes when flowering dogwood is in full bloom.
Billbug adults: Apply when adult billbugs are first observed during April and May
Black Turfgrass Ataenius adults: Apply during May and July to control the first and second generation of black turfgrass Ataenius adults.
Chinch Bugs: Thoroughly water the treated area immediately after application. In temperate regions, spring applications will provide control of over-wintered chinch bugs. A second application may be necessary for 6 weeks if insect activity continues.
European crane fly larvae (Leather jackets): Apply in early April when insects are young.
Flea larvae: Treat areas where animals frequent and any shady areas nearby. Thoroughly water the treated area immediately after application.
Mole Crickets: Apply as late in the day as possible to moist soil (irrigate before application if necessary), and thoroughly water in immediately after treatment. Treat grass areas that receive pressure from adult mole crickets in the spring immediately prior to peak egg hatch when young nymphs are located near the soil surface. Repeat applications to control larger, more damaging nymphs later in the year.
Scorpions: Treat at dusk to prevent outdoor scorpions from entering the building. Treat areas where scorpions reside hidden during the day such as in cracks and voids. Remove trash, debris, or firewood that scorpions may use as resting sites prior to treatment.
Ticks (including ticks that transmit Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever): Treat once a month as directed above when pests first appear in late spring (May-June) and continue a regular treatment program until late summer (September-October). Treat the entire area where exposure to ticks may occur, including areas with dense ground cover or heavy leaf litter. Re-treat if ticks are reintroduced from surrounding areas on host animals. Do not allow public use of treated areas during application.
PERIMETER TREATMENT: To help prevent infestation of buildings, evenly apply a 2-foot wide band around and adjacent to the building where pests are active and may find the entrance. Treat at a rate of 2 to 4 pounds per 1,000 sq. ft.