While we do not recommend to apply Talstar P (Talstar One) at a higher rate than 1oz, your lawn should be just fine. Please keep in mind that it's also recommended to apply during cooler times of the day.
Talstar P is mixed at 1 fl oz (2TBSP) per gallon of water per 1,000 sq ft.
Yes, you will use 1oz of Talstar per gallon of water, and apply to your lawn for armyworms. For best results, delay watering or mowing for at least 24 hours after application.
Talstar P should be applied at least 5 feet away from a well.
Talstar P (Talstar One) is labeled to be applied to cracks and crevices indoors. Mopping should not be an issue, as Talstar is not labeled to be applied as a broadcast over the floor. If you were to mop along the edges of the wall where Talstar was applied, it would take it up.
It should not harm anything to apply Talstar at this rate one time. We recommend that you wait for 30 days outside (90 days inside) to reapply at the rate of 0.5-1 oz per gallon of water.
As long as you follow instructions for each product you can tank mix Talstar P (Talstar One) with a fungicide. Applications to blooms should be avoided.
Talstar P is labeled to treat for termites and lasts for about 5 years in the ground and works as a repellent, killing only those insects that come into contact with the treated area. A better option for subterranean termites non repellent termiticide such as Termidor SC or Dominion 2L. Termidor will last up to to 10 years in the soil and Dominion 2L will last 5-7 years. Non repellents work slower but much more effectively when treating a termite colony as they are able to be transferred thorought the entire colony therefore eventually elimating the colony. Talstar P will only repel the termites, not kill the entire colony.
Talstar P is our most popular product for general pest control. It is labeled for over 75 different pests and can be used indoors and outdoors. It is safe for cats and other pets if used as directed. Cats need to be kept out of the area during application and until all surfaces are dry. It is fine for them to return to the area once it is dry.