Depending on what you are treating for, you may definitely use the Talstar P and your choice of IGR with it. It is not necessary for you to mix two
Talstar P is not labeled for this purpose.
Talstar P is not labeled to be applied to anything edible.
No, Talstar P cannot be applied to any edible vegetation.
The best general pest control can depend on what region you are located in. One of the most popular general pest control products is Talstar P. Talstar has a long residual, so it keeps on killing pests for up to three months after you've applied it. It is also odorless, dries clear, leaves no stains, is non-irritating to the skin, and won't break down easily with rainfall.
Fungus gnats are usually found breeding in landscaped areas/lawns that are over-watered. You should be careful to let area dry out completely, which will kill any larvae in the soil.
Talstar P is not labeled for use around edible plants, so we do not recommend using it around squash or other vegetables. Since we do not sell Capture, we cannot comment on the use of that product. We do sell many other insecticides that can be used around edible plants, which you can browse on our site here.
Yes, Talstar P is labeled for moths. The mixing rate is 1 fl oz per gallon of water. This can be used indoors and outdoors around the perimeter of your home. The residual is 30 days outdoors and 90 days indoors.
Yes, you can apply Talstar P with a hose-end sprayer.
Talstar P cannot be applied in a misting system.
We recommend that you use a separate sprayer for insecticides like Talstar and another one for herbicides in order to prevent possible contamination of either product.
The active ingredient in Talstar is
The dilution rate is determined on the targeted pest when applying Talstar and Pivot 10. We recommend that you apply 0.5-1 fl oz per gallon of the Talstar P and 4-12 ml of Pivot 10 IGR per 1,000 sq ft.
Most insecticides and herbicides are able to be tank mixed together, just make sure you follow each product label instructions for "tank mixing" instructions.