Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide is really only active while it is wet, so it does not have long residual at all. This product is usually used in conjunction with a residual pyrethroid to help with faster initial knockdown for active pest infestations, or it is used in sensitive areas where residual products are not permitted.
Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide does list on the product label that it can be mixed with other insecticides for flushing and knockdown.
Once the Stryker is diluted, the finished solution should be used within 24 hrs.
Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide can be tank mixed with another liquid insecticide concentrate for a quicker knockdown. Please refer to the product label for full mixing and application instructions. We recommend that you do a jar test/spot treat first. Please let us know if you need anything else.
Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide can be toxic to aquatic life.
Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide is labeled to be applied with a ULV fogger.
A product like Stryker is used as an additive to make an insecticide work faster. We would not recommend this product being the sole product used for bed bugs because it does not provide any residual control, however it does a quick knockdown of bed bugs and any other insect pests. It would be a great additive to a product such as Transport Mikron (which is commonly used for for bed bug control). You may want to take a look at our Bed Bug Control Guide for more information and tips on doing a complete treatment for bed bugs.
Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide cannot be applied in a misting system, only through mechanical aerosol or ULV generators including thermal fogging equipment.
Yes, you are able to mix Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide with Demon Max for a quicker knockdown of roaches.
Yes, Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide can be applied for flies or other pests on boxwood and other ornamental plants. Keep in mind that this is a contact kill only and does no have any residual once the application dries.
When using Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide in a ULV fogging application where residues are not desirable, this product can be diluted at the rate of 1 part concentrate with 29 parts deodorized base oil up to 1 part concentrate with 11 parts in deodorized base oil (oil instead of water) and applied as a space spray with any good applicator such as mechical or ULV foggers capable of producing aerosol size particles.
Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide can be tank mixed with another liquid insecticide concentrate such as Bifen IT for a quicker knockdown as long as you are following the instructions per the product labels for each insecticide. Both of these products are toxic to bees.
Bifen IT Product Label
Stryker Product Label
Stryker Multi-Use Insecticide can be used for quick knockdown of wasps, you would need to mix it at a rate of 1 to 2.125 fluid ounces per gallon of water. Aerosols are a mixture of the active ingredients and solvents.