Per the manufacturer, If the roses have been planted over a week or longer, and are healthy, it is fine to spray Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer. It’s recommended to apply at the coolest time of the day. If it has been less than a week there are other things to consider. In that case,it is best to contact the manufacturer, Garden Tech, at 1-866-945-5033.
The Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer knob should be turned to the ON position. The tab should be removed prior to use.
Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer can be applied up to one day prior to harvest on squash plants. It should be applied once every 3 months.
The safety tab on the Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer is located above the control knob that allows you to turn the dial to the water position.
Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer can be applied during growing season as directed for rose bushes under 80 degrees.
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 states on the product label it can be used for roaches around homes: Thoroughly wet the outside perimeter of the home where pests tend to congregate. Use on lawns is prohibited. Will kill target pests that are present only at the time of application. Pest must be directly contacted for product to be effective.
It will not prevent roaches as there is no residual. For residual control around homes a better option would be something like Bifen IT.
The Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer does not use batteries to operate. This is a hose end sprayer that attaches to a garden hose and when turned to the “ON” position uses the water pressure from the hose to spray the product. We would recommend contacting the manufacturer directly of the product you are experiencing issues with for troubleshooting. If this is a Garden Tech product, you can Garden Tech by calling 1-866-945-5033.
Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer is a residual product lasting usually a few weeks with each treatment but can be applied as early as 7 days as directed.
Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment or residues on blooming crops or weeds. Do not apply this product or allow it to drift to blooming crops or weeds if bees are foraging the treatment area. For specific timelines on residual bee killing properties after spraying your cantaloupe blossoms, you may wish to reach out to the manufacturer directly by calling 866-945-5033, or by visiting their website's contact page here.
No, Garden Tech Sevin Ready to Spray Bug Killer is not labeled for passionfruit. It can be used on ornamentals, such as flowers. The mixing rate is 1.5 fl oz per gallon of water.
Both Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer and Sevin Dust work in the same way as insects cross the treated foliage or area and picked up on the bodies. Neither of these products use a mode of action where the insect must consume the active ingredient to be affected.
Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer should be attached to a hose and applied as directed on the label only. Please contact Garden Tech for further information if used off label. They can be reached at 866-945-5033.
Since we did not sell the bottles of Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer with that labeling, we recommend that you reach out to the manufacturer directly. You can reach Sevin/GardenTech at 1-866-945-5033.
Sevin Ready to Spray Insect Killer would be best applied in the morning before temperatures reach about 85 degrees with enough time to allow the area to dry, so a few hours.