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Spectracide® Triazicide® Insect Killer for Lawns Granules

Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer for Lawns Granules provides fast-acting protection against more than 100 types of damaging and nuisance pests, so you and your family can enjoy the outdoors. It kills insects on contact above and below the ground, including ants, crickets, centipedes, pill bugs, fleas and grubs. Apply with a broadcast or rotary spreader to the lawn, or by hand for band and spot treatments. It is formulated for broad-spectrum control of insects in home lawns, spot treatment and for use as a barrier band treatment around your home.

  • Kills on contact plus season-long control against ants 
  • Kills 100+ types of lawn-damaging insects as listed 
  • Once treated area has been watered and is dry, children and pets can return to lawn
  • 10 lbs treats up to 12,500 sq ft; 20 lbs treats up to 25,000 sq ft

*Excluding harverster and pharaoh ants

 

Product Info

This product controls the following pests:

Ants*, fleas, roaches (German and American), Palmetto bugs, water bugs, millipedes, mites, silverfish, sowbugs (pillbugs), crickets**, earwigs, ladybeetles***, cutworms (black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green), firebrats and spider mites (two-spotted and spruce), armyworms (fall, yellow-striped, lawn), European crane flies, fleas, lawn moths (sod webworms), grasshoppers, Japanese beetles (adults), pillbugs, spittlebugs, mites, green June beetles, leafhoppers‡, millipedes, springtails, ticks (including ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease), webworms (grass, tropical sod), mealybugs, billbugs (bluegrass, hunting), grubs (Japanese beetle grubs, green June beetle grubs), Ataenius spretulus (dung beetles), hyperodes weevils, mole crickets (tawny, southern, short-winged), chinch bugs

*Ants (except harvester and pharaoh): Argentine, carpenter, southern, field, Allegheny mound, cornfield, honey, pavement, red imported fire ant, nuisance, odorous, pyramid, black turf, white-footed, crazy, little black, ghost, thief, acrobat, citronella, big-headed, lawn

**Crickets: House, common short-tailed, Indies short-tailed, Arizona, tropical, variable field, fall field, southeastern field, Texas field, spring field, northern wood, western striped, eastern striped, sand field, vocal field, southern wood

***Ladybeetles: Convergent, seven-spotted, two-spotted, thirteen-spotted, twice-stabbed, Asian

‡Leafhoppers: Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nosed, blunt-nosed, red-banded and rice

Where to Use

Outdoors

Outdoors, on lawns, and as a barrier band treatment around house foundation

Sizes Available

10 lb, 1 lb, 20 lb

MSDS

9688-250-8845

Labels

071121539403
071121539410
071121539601

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We can't seem to find an application table that lists our spreader. Need to know the settings for a Vigoro 4300 spreader. Thank you!
1 year, 7 months ago
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I believe i have the same spreader and I went with a setting between 3-4 as it seemed to disperse well.

http://precisionprodinc.com/manuals/BroadcastApplication.pdf
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We have not tested this product on your spreader, but you should use a setting in the middle of your range.
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what if granules do not dissolve

I applied this product last night to my yard before it rained and the granules have not dissolved can this be harmful to my puppy? It even rained more than expected last night after application so I was worried this would reduce the effectiveness but I can still see granules all over. I went out with my garden hose and tested a couple spots by watering moderate to heavy and the granules are still there now I am worried about my puppy going in the backyard.
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We got a comment that this question was not completely answered, so we thought we'd add a note: You should water as directed on the label, but the granules may not completely dissolve after watering (the "carrier" materials might still be visible after the insecticide has been applied). After you have followed the directions on the bag for applying, watering and allowing to dry, you and your pets can re-enter the treated area as usual, however.
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Even if it rained, you should do a light, uniform watering after applying the granules. Water the entire treatment area and allow to dry completely, then you may let your dog out to use the yard as usual.
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will it kill plants

I have a Perri Agave Plant that has Grubs will it kill my plant ? I have the granules.
2 years, 3 months ago
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The granules are primarily for lawn and barrier band treatment around your home. You can use the granules under your plant, but the liquid concentrate formula would be easier to apply.
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will spectracide control no see ums?

We live in an area that has lots of them and they get through our screens
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Sorry, we don't have one that controls no-see-ums!
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I would like to make a garden again this year, I used the triazicide after having ant problem, which it worked great for, but i don't know how long to wait or if i will be able to plant vegetables this year. If it is ok to plant, what could i use that would keep them away from the plants that i could mix in the soil?
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We're glad it solved your ant problem! You can plant the area with vegetables now. For garden insect control after planting, we recommend Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer Once & Done! ready-to-use spray. It can be applied several times per growing season against a range of common garden insects. You can learn more here: http://www.spectracide.com/Products...
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