Sevin Concentrate is only labeled to kill chiggers on ornamental trees, shrubs and flowers per the product label and will only kill the ones that are present at the time of application. Pests must be directly contacted for product to be effective. Mix 1.5 fl. oz. of product per gallon of water and spray upper and lower leaf surfaces and small trunks, stems and twigs to the point of runoff where pests appear
Sevin Concentrate will treat for spiders and possibly make the area slick so that they cannot web.
We do not see any reason that you could not use a fungicide along with Sevin Concentrate they are both used as directed on the product labels.
Sevin Concentrate is not labeled to treat orangedog caterpillars.
Sevin Concentrate does not specifcially list blue lake 274 bush beans. It can be used on Legume Vegetables - Succulent Edible-Podded Beans, Succulent Shelled Beans, and Dried Shelled Beans: Runner Bean, Snap Bean, Wax Bean, Asparagus Bean, Chinese Longbean, Moth Bean, Yardlong Bean, Jackbean, Soybean (immature seed), Swordbean, Lima Bean, Broad Bean (Fava Bean), Black-eyed Pea, Southern Pea, Grain Lupin, Sweet Lupin, White Lupin, White Sweet Lupin, Field Bean, Kidney Bean, Navy Bean, Pinto Bean, Tepary Bean, Adzuki Bean, Catjang, Cowpea, Crowder Pea, Moth Bean, Mung Bean, Rice Bean, Urd Bean, Chickpea (Garbanzo Bean), Guar, Lablab Bean, Legume Vegetables - Succulent Edible-Podded Peas, Succulent Shelled Peas and Dried Shelled Peas: Dwarf Pea, Edible-pod Pea, Snow Pea, Sugar Snap Pea, Pigeon Pea, English Pea, Garden Pea, Green Pea, Lentil.
Sevin Concentrate is labeled for treating leafcutting bees and other listed bee species. Keep in mind that Sevin is only a contact kill and will not offer residual protection. Repeat applications are necessary only if there are signs of renewed insect activity. "This product is also highly toxic to honeybees and other bees. Do not apply to plants in bloom." Almost all insecticides are toxic to bees as they are non-selective. You can help limit any effect to bees by being careful not to apply the insecticides when bees are actively foraging in the area.
Sevin Concentrate is labeled to be used on blackberries for several different pests. Without knowing exactly what the pest you have, we cannot say for certain that it will treat it.
No, we would recommend mixing up a new batch of Sevin Concentrate. Products should not be left mixed for more than 24 hours.
We would recommend using Sevin Concentrate. It is safe for use on beans. Be sure to check the label for the specific harvesting time frames. The mixing ratio is 1.5 fl. oz. per gallon of water.
Sevin Concentrate should only be applied to vegetables, fruit, and ornamentals and not on lawns/pastures.
Sevin Concentrate is labeled for wasps and can be used in and around flower beds and in your lawn. The mixing rate is 3 fl oz per gallon.
Sevin Concentrate is not for use on turf nor labeled for grubs. It is only for use on ornamentals and listed edibles for adult Japanese beetles. Sevin Granules are labeled for grubs in lawns and would be a better option. You do want to water in after application. It can take a few hours for pests to die after contact. You can also find our full line of grub products on our Grub Control Page.
Yes, Sevin Concentrate can be applied at 1.5 fl oz to treat spruce budworms.
You mix 4 oz of Sevin Concentrate per gallon of water.
You will use 4 oz. of Sevin Concentrate per gallon of water.