Even though Sevin Insecticide Granules and Sevin Concentrate have the same active ingredients, they have different formulations. Because they have different formulations, they have separate Product Labels that have separate use instructions. For more detailed information as to why the Sevin Insecticide Granules can be used on lawns, where the Sevin Concentrate is limited to vegetables, fruit, and ornamentals please contact the manufacture, GardenTech at 866-945-5033.
Sevin Concentrate should be used within 24 hours once mixed wtih water.
We are sorry that your pet is sick. We recommend contacting your vet for medical advice for your dog. If you have concerns about exposure to Sevin Concentrate specifically, please call the Medical Emergency number on the product SDS: 1-800-420-9347.
Sevin Concentrate can be used on ornamental trees such as red buds. If the tree is flowering, then we do not recommend applying to trees or other plants while in bloom. Or, you would want to test a small area for possible sensitivity before treating a whole tree or many trees in an area. You would use 4 oz per gallon of water and spray up to the point of runoff making sure to cover all sides of leaves and trunk. Do not apply more than once per seven days. Please refer to the product label for complete application instructions.
Yes Sevin Concentrate is also safe for pets as long as it is applied according to the label. Be sure to keep your pets off the lawn during application and until the treated area has dried.
Sevin Concentrate disposal varies from place to place. The manufacturer recommends to contact the local sanitation dept for instruction.
Once Sevin Concentrate has dried completely, it is sale for people and pets to return to treated areas. If the dog ingests grass treated with the product after it has completely dired, it shouldn't pose any harm to the dog.
No, Sevin Concentrate is not labeled to kill lizards. We do know of any products that are made to harm lizards. We would recommend using a general insecticide, such as Suspend SC. This will kill their food source and help with keeping the lizards out of the treated area. Glue boards can also be used to catch them as well.
Most concentrates can be disposed of by pouring directly into the soil right next to the structure of the home and then rinsing the sprayer with water a few times and pouring in the same area.
Yes, you may use Sevin Concentrate on grapes for labeled pest control. Mix 3.0 fl. oz. of product per gallon of water and spray upper and lower leaf surfaces and between fruit clusters and on small limbs and trunks to the point of runoff where pest appear. Repeat applications as necessary up to a total of eight times per year for tree fruits or five times per year for small fruits, but not more often than once every seven days.