Tempo SC is a
Tempo SC Ultra should only be applied to baseboards and
Tempo SC Ultra is quite gentle on plants but we always recommend that you test the product on just one plant before you spray them all if you are concerned about sensitivity. Tempo SC Ultra is labeled to kill earwigs and it can be applied to outdoor ornamental plants but nothing edible.
Each state has their own regulations and unfortunately CT has very strict regulations that prevents us from shipping many products to the state. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Fortunately, we have many different products you can use that can be shipped to CT.
There is no valid reason to mix Cy Kick CS,
Tempo SC Ultra can be used on turf and ornamental plants for noseeums and other common flying insects. We cannot guarantee it would kill eggs or other immature species of these insects. We would recommend you to keep grass mowed and ornamental plants kept clean to reduce yard waste and allow sunlight to reach the soil. Any other sanitation measures to keep the ground from being too wet will also help reduce these insect populations.
Tempo SC Ultra is not labeled for use in a fogger.
Tempo SC Ultra is labeled to treat for adult fleas outoors.
Yes, Tempo SC Ultra can be used to treat pantry moths.
You can find a complete list of targeted pests on pages 6-24 of the
Tempo SC Ultra is not labeled to be mixed with rubbing alcohol and should be mixed with water only.
Tempo SC is not an insect growth regulator, it is an insecticide with a residual of up to 90 days.
Yes, Tempo SC Ultra can be applied with a hose-end sprayer.
Tempo SC Ultra could be used in areas like barns as long as it does not contaminate the hay or other food or animal feed and the hay does not contact the areas treated with Tempo. You could use Evergreen Insecticide to treat an area before hay is stored there. Please see our Spider Treatment Guide for additional tips.