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Michael from Westwood, Nj writes

Will iSTRIKE Insecticide Foam kill Carpenter Bee eggs/larvae?

I live in the North East and would like to apply something into the carpenter bee holes in the early spring / late winter before I seal the holes.

Answer:

Strike Insecticide Foam kills insects upon contact and leaves residual on the surface for continued protection. If eggs hatch and expose their bodies to the residual of the chemical, they will die. Otherwise, the product will not kill the larvae/eggs.

Answer last updated on: 03/04/2019

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