PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Malcolm from Mississippi
    07/26/2016
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    Is there a recommended Fogging or Formulation oil that can be mixed with PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II?
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    PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II does not have to be mixed with another agent other than water.

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  • Asked by Paul from Xenia, Oh
    01/18/2014
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    Does PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II contain piperonyl butoxide (PBO)?
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    PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II contains 5% pyrethrins and 95% inert ingredients. The inert ingredient part of a product is a trade secret and not disclosed to anybody.
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  • Asked by Brenda from Fayetteville, Nc
    03/31/2019
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    If I spray Pyganic in the evening, will it harm anything the next day? Does it have Any residual effect?
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    PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II is considered a contact kill and will not leave a real residual after it has dried. 

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  • Asked by Gene from Mn
    08/18/2013
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    Can I use PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II in alfalfa for leafhoppers
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    Yes, you can use PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II in Alfalfa to treat Leaf Hoppers. Please follow the application guidelines on the Product label.
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  • Asked by David from Williamstown Ny
    07/14/2014
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    How much do PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II you need per acre to kill striped beetles on squash and pickles?
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    PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II should be applied at 9oz per acre to kill beetles. Please let us know if you have any more questions.
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  • Asked by Robert from Brownsville, Tx
    07/12/2017
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    Can PyGanic Crop Protection be used on small fruit trees and lawn (backyard home garden)?
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    Yes PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II can be used on edibles.  The mixing ratio for PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II depends on the pests your are treating for. Please refer to the product label for the proper amounts to mix with water.  

     

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  • Asked by Garrett from North Carolina
    12/23/2014
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    what is the mix ratio?
    do you mix with water?
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    The mixing ratio for PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II depends on the pests your are treating for. Please refer to the product label for the proper amounts to mix with water. 
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  • Asked by Stacey from Winnetka, Ca
    05/31/2018
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    Can PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II be used on herbs?
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    Yes, PyGanic Crop Protection EC 5.0 II is labeled for the following herbs and spices: 

    Allspice, Angelica, Anise (anise seed), Star Anise,
    Annatto (seed), Balm (lemon balm), Basil, Borage, Burnet, Camomile, Caper buds,
    Caraway, Black Caraway, Cardamom, Cassia bark, Cassia buds, Catnip, Celery seed,
    Chervil (dried), Chicory, Chive, Chinese Chive, Cinnamon, Clary, Clove buds, Coriander
    (cilantro or Chinese parsley leaf), Coriander (cilantro seed), Costmary, Culantro (leaf),
    Culantro (seed), Cumin, Curry (leaf), Dill (dillweed), Dill (seed), Fennel (common),
    Florence Fennel (seed), Fenugreek, Grains of paradise, Horehound, Hyssop, Juniper
    berry, Lavender, Lemongrass, Lovage (leaf), Lovage (seed), Mace, Marigold, Marjoram
    (includes sweet or annual marjoram, wild marjoram or oregano, and pot marjoram),
    Mustard (seed), Nasturtium, Nutmeg, Oregano, Mint, Paprika, Parsley (dried),
    Pennyroyal, Black Pepper, White Pepper, Poppy (seed), Rosemary, Rue, Saffron, Sage,
    Summer and Winter Savory, Sweet bay (bay leaf), Tansy, Tarragon, Thyme, Vanilla,
    Wintergreen, Woodruff, Wormwood.

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