We apologize, but we are unable to provide information on the the inactive ingredients in MotherEarth Granular Scatter Bait, as the inert or inactive ingredients are privvy to the manufacturer and are not disclosed.
MotherEarth Granular Scatter Bait is only labeled for small insects, such as cockroaches. Lizards normally feed off of insects, they're not known to be attracted to baits and there's really a small possibility of a lizard becoming intoxicated if it eats enough bugs that have eaten the bait. Furthermore, once you've been able to decrease the insect population with the bait, the lizard population will also decrease due to the shortage of their "food source", the lack of insects in the area will make them look for food somewhere else.
MotherEarth Granular Scatter Bait is labeled for some species of ants, but is not labeled to kill or control Fire Ants. We would recommend Extinguish Plus. Extinguish Plus Fire Ant Bait is highly attractive to fire ants. It combines the killing speed of an adulticide (Hydramethylnon) and the long-lasting control of an Insect Growth Regulator (IGR) (S-Methoprene). The IGR sterilizes the queen and prevents rebound, while the fast acting adulticide kills problem worker ants. This two-way action ensures complete control of fire ants.
MotherEarth Granular Scatter Bait is not labeled to control mosquitoes. Talstar P is our most popular product for mosquito control. It is safe for people and pets if used as directed. Everyone other than the person applying the product should stay out of the area while the product is being applied, but once everything is thoroughly dry, it is safe for everyone to return. You may also want to check out our article on mosquito control if you have a moment. You can find it on our website here.
No, Mother Earth Scatter Bait is not labeled for fleas. This product is more geared towards pests that reside in the soil such as crickets, earwigs, etc.
For outdoor flea control, we would recommend using the Outdoor/Indoor Flea Kit. You will mix 0.5 fl. oz. of Onslaught with 1 fl. oz. of Martins IGR for the first treatment. Onslaught is the actual insecticide and Martins IGR will stop the fleas from reproducing. You will do another treatment 14 days later with 0.5 fl. oz. of Onslaught only.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
MotherEarth Granular Scatter Bait is labeled for roaches. Are you wanting a granule you can spread and water in afterwards? The moisture is something that they need to survive. Please take a few moments to review our treatment article on How to Get Rid of Roaches for a successful eradication program.
It would be advised to apply the MotherEarth Granular Scatter Bait in bait stations to avoid consumption from any free roaming animals on the property