Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin 2.4 RTS - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Dan
    05/12/2016
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    Is it safe for pets to be on lawn after Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin 2.4 RTS has been sprayed?
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    Yes, Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin 2.4 RTS is safe for pets if used as directed.  Pets and people should be kept out of the area during application but can safely return once the product has dried. 

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  • Asked by Offers from Orlando, Fl
    05/09/2014
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    Is the Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin a repellent?
    Termidor is a non repellent, a big plus for dealing with existing infestations. Will this lay down a repellent barrier, trapping some bugs inside after application?
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    Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin is considered a repellent product but repellents are not what they used to be. Bifenthrin is one of the least repellent products available. It will not trap bugs inside after application but will continue to kill insects that contact the treated surface after it has dried.
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  • Asked by Mary from Phoenix Az
    03/07/2013
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    Is Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin safe for roses?
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    Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin 2.4 RTS is labeled to be used on ornamental plants (and roses specifically) and when used as directed should not damage them. Having said that, roses can be sensitive so we always recommend you spray one plant before spraying all of them and that you avoid spraying the actual flowers on any ornamental plant.
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  • Asked by Jeff from Fort Lauderdale
    01/24/2018
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    How often should Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin 2.4 RTS be used annually on St Augustine in South Florida?
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    Per the Hi-Yield Bug Blaster Bifenthrin 2.4 RTS product label:  "Repeat application is necessary only if there are signs of renewed insect activity. Repeat application must be limited to no more than once per seven days."  

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