Spectracide Japanese Beetle Insect Fogger

Spectracide® Japanese Beetle Insect Fogger

Spectracide Japanese Beetle Killer Fogger kills on contact. It can be used on roses, flowers and ornamentals. It also kills aphids, whiteflies, armyworms, spiders, red mites, leaf miners and other listed insects.

  • Fast knockdown formula
  • Kills on contact
  • Use on roses, flowers and ornamentals

Product Info

Ornamental garden insects: Japanese beetles, aphids, armyworms, clover mites, exposed thrips, lace bugs, leafminers, mealy bugs, pavement ants, spiders, spider and red mites and whiteflies
 
Crawling insects: Ants, cockroaches, centipedes, crickets, mole crickets, silverfish, stink bugs, waterbugs, dog ticks, fleas, lone star ticks and earwigs

Pests on outside of building surfaces: Ants, clover mites, sowbugs (pillbugs) and stink bugs

Flying insects: Houseflies, gnats, mosquitoes and small flying moths

Where to Use

Outdoors

Use on roses, flowers and ornamentals

Sizes Available

15 oz

MSDS

9688-256-8845

Labels

071121960948

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Japanese Beetle Insect Fogger is it safe on the leafs of rogosa roses? Does it have a continuing action or must I spray each time the beetles are present?
2 years, 2 months ago
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dafig
City:North Aurora
State: Illinois
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
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Yes, you can use this fogger on roses. It does not have residual control, so you must spray as necessary (up to once per week).
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State: Missouri
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My husband did not read the label and used this insect fogger on our vegetable garden. About 3 hours after he sprayed it, I found out he used it so we watered the garden. Did using this spray make our garden inedible?
2 years, 1 month ago
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City:Preston
State: Iowa
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
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Sorry, but you should not eat the veggies that were sprayed!
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State: New Hampshire
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You should not eat the blueberries that were sprayed -- this product shouldn't be used on edibles.
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City:ANNA
State: Illinois
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
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This fogger is intended for use on shrubs and flowers; you'll get better results on your tree using the foliage spray product: http://www.spectracide.com/Products...
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I had a few aphids on some beutiful roses. I used the product, maybe too heavily on an 80 degree day and within hours the leaves were shriveling. Two days later they are falling off and the two bushes look ill and near death. I recall now a similar problem last year when i used this fogger to kill japanese beetles.
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City:prior lake
State: Minnesota
Age: 35 to 44
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It sounds like you're spraying too heavily. You should only be spraying in very short, one-second bursts no closer than 18 inches from the plant. The plant surfaces should not be dripping.
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