Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer should be applied in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours. This will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area. If you experience heavy rain within 24 hours of application, you may need to reapply.
Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer is pet safe if used according to the product label. According to the product label, you do not want to allow people or pets to enter the treated area until spray has completely dried. After a few hours and the product has dried, the pets can return to the treated area.
Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer has a pre-harvest interval of 1 day on squash and cucumber. Reapply if insects return, but not more than once every seven days and according to pre-harvest interval.
When using Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer, you will first shake the bottle and then attach the garden house to the spray nozzle. You will then turn the water supply on. Push the safety tab and turn the control knob to the "water" position. You will point the nozzle at the targeted plants and turn the control knob to "on". The product automatically mixes with water. You will know that is it empty because the bottle will be empty. If you have any additional questions, please let us know.
Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer if applied per label should not kill your plants. Be sure that you are applying in the cooler times of the day. Photoxicity could be a factor in your treatments.
Yes, Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer may be used on raspberries.
Garden Tech Sevin will treat for Stink bugs on peas.
Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer is not really labelled to control fleas. For a flea infestation outdoors, we recommend our Outdoor Flea and Tick Kit, which contains Temprid SC and Archer IGR. Temprid SC is a versatile insecticide concentrate with two active ingredients, providing both a quick initial kill and long-term residual control of adult fleas and ticks. Archer IGR prohibits the development of fleas, effectively interrupting their breeding cycle.
Yes, Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer can be used on sweet corn for Japanese beetles.