Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer for Lawns & Landscapes Concentrate Ready-to-Spray

Spectracide® Triazicide® Insect Killer for Lawns & Landscapes Concentrate Ready-to-Spray

Designed to help protect your lawn and landscape, the Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer for Lawns & Landscapes Concentrate Ready-to-Spray features a fast-acting formula that kills over 260 listed insects by contact. This product can provide continual protection for up to 8 weeks control of nuisance pests and up to 4 weeks for fire ants. It is ideal for use on lawns and landscapes. It is formulated for broad-spectrum control of insects in lawns, vegetables, fruit & nut trees, roses, flowers, trees and shrubs. 
  • Kills 260+ listed insects by contact 
  • Up to 8 weeks control of nuisance pests and up to 4 weeks control against fire ants
  • Covers up to 5,120 sq ft of lawn

Product Info

Lawn Pests

UNDERGROUND INSECTS/THATCH-INFESTING INSECTS including blue grass billbug (adult), black turfgrass Ataenius (adult), chiggers, chinch bugs, white grubs (Japanese beetle, European chafer, southern chafer), dung beetle and hyperodes weevils (adult), European crane flies and mole crickets (nymphs and young adults)

SURFACE INSECTS including ants‡‡, armyworms, cockroaches, crickets¥, cutworms­, earwigs, fleas, ladybeetles****, lawn moths (sod webworms), millipedes, mosquitoes, moths­, Palmetto bugs, sowbugs, mites^, spittlebugs, waterbugs, lone star ticks, brown dog ticks, American dog ticks and deer ticks (which may transmit Lyme Disease)

Pests Outside The Home

OUTDOOR SURFACES USE: For control of ants‡‡, centipedes, cockroaches, crickets¥, fleas, millipedes, mosquitoes, Palmetto bugs, scorpions, sowbugs, pillbugs, spiders, deer ticks and waterbugs

Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Flowers

To control ants‡‡, aphids***, armyworms, azalea caterpillar, bagworms, black vine weevil (adult), box elder bugs, budworms, California oakworm, cankerworms, cockroaches, crickets¥, cutworms­, eastern tent caterpillar, elm leaf beetles, European sawfly, fall webworm, flea beetles, forest tent caterpillar, gypsy moth larvae, Japanese beetles (adults), June beetles (adults), lace bugs, ladybeetles****, leaf-feeding caterpillars, leafhoppers§, leafminers+ (adults), leafrollers#, leaf skeletonizers, midges, moths∞ ­, oleander moth larvae, pillbug, pine sawfly, pine shoot beetles, pinetip moths, plant bugs, root weevil, sawfly, scale insects (crawlers), spiders, spittlebugs, striped beetles, striped oakworm, thrips, tip moth, tussock moth larvae, broadmites, brown softscale, California redscale (crawler), clover mites, mealybugs, pineneedle scale (crawler), spider mites and whiteflies

Vegetables

alfalfa looper, cabbage looper, imported cabbageworm, southern cabbageworm, cutworm­, cabbage webworm, diamondback moth, armyworm, beet armyworm, fall armyworm, yellow-striped armyworm, corn earworm, flea beetle, Japanese beetle (adult), leafhopper§, including lygus bug, aphid***, whitefly, thrips, spider mite,  western bean cutworm, corn earworm, green cloverworm, meadow, tobacco budworm, European corn borer, southwestern corn borer, stalk borer, hop vine borer, northern corn rootworm beetle (adult), southern corn rootworm beetle (adult), Mexican corn rootworm beetle (adult), bean leaf beetle, cereal leaf beetle, sap beetle (adult), corn leaf aphid, English grain aphid, chinch bug, green bug, southern armyworm, tarnished, aster leafhopper, spider mite, corn silkfly (adult), saltmarsh caterpillar, green cloverworm, diamondback moth, southern armyworm, tobacco budworm, vegetable weevil (adult), whitefly, spider mite cutworm­, seedcorn maggot (adult), onion maggot (adult), leafminer+ (adult), onion thrips, tobacco thrips, western flower thrips, flower thrips, cabbage looper, cutworm­, hornworm, tomato fruitworm, tobacco budworm, tomato pinworm, Colorado potato beetle, flea beetle, leafhopper§, whitefly, stalk borer, blister beetle, vegetable weevil, cucumber beetle (adult), cutworm­, green cloverworm, imported cabbageworm, saltmarsh caterpillar, velvetleaf caterpillar, Mexican bean beetle, painted lady butterfly (larvae), European corn borer, looper spp., western yellow-striped armyworm, bean leafskeletonizer, webworm spp., leaftier spp., alfalfa caterpillar, stalk borer, cucumber beetle (adult), corn rootworm beetle (adult), flea beetle (adult), blister beetle, bean leaf beetle, Japanese beetle (adult), fleas hopper spp., three-cornered alfalfa hopper, meadow spittlebug, stink bug spp., plant bug spp., grasshopper, thrips spp.

Fruit and Nut Trees

leafhopper§, codling moth, tufted apple budworm, Oriental fruit moth, lesser appleworm, green fruitworm, tent caterpillar spp., tentiform leaf miner spp., apple maggot (adult), pear sawfly, plum curculio, Japanese beetle, plant bug, stink bug, periodical cicada, apple aphid, rosy apple aphid, pear psylla, San Jose scale (on fruit only), leafroller#, peach twig borer, peachtree borer spp., American plum borer, cherry fruit fly spp. (adult), plum curculio, rose chafer, Japanese beetle, plant bug, stink bug, black cherry aphid, navel orangeworm, filbertworm, peach twig borer, walnut husk fly spp. (adult), ants‡‡, chinch bug, leaffooted bug, walnut aphid, hickory shuckworm, pecan casebearer spp., pecan weevil, pecan aphid spp., pecan spittlebug, pecan phylloxera spp.

‡‡ Argentine, southern, field, Allegheny mound, Florida carpenter, red carpenter, black carpenter, cornfield, honey, pavement, nuisance, odorous pyramid, black turn, white-footed, crazy, little black, ghost, thief, acrobat, citronella, big-headed, lawn, lasius

¥ 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

ß Black, bronzed, granulate, variegated, greasy, spotted, army, clover, green

*** Buckhorn, greenbug, pea, root, rose, walnut

**** Convergent, seven-spotted, two-spotted, thirteen-spotted, twice-stabbed, Asian  Artichoke plume, gypsy, zimmerman pine

^ Banks grass, carmine, European, grain, Pacific, russet, spruce

§ Mountain, rose, southern garden, variegated, variegated larvae, Virginia creeper, aster, six-spotted, elm, white-banded elm, sharp-nosed, blunt-nosed, red-banded, rice, eastern grape, potato, western grape

+ Corn blotch, alder, boxwood, holly, oak, spruce needle, tentiform, vegetable

# Oblique-banded, red-banded, variegated

­∞ Artichoke plume, gypsy, zimmerman pine

Where to Use

Outdoors

Lawns such as: bent; Bermuda; bluegrass; dichondra; fescue; St. Augustine and rye grasses<br/><br/>Ornamental trees; shrubs; roses and flowers such as: Ageratum; ash; aster; arborvitae; Arizona cypress; azaleas; begonia; birch; boxwood; box elder; camellias; cherry (ornamental); non-bearing citrus; chrysanthemums; carnations; coleus; common ninebark; conifers; Douglas fir; elm; English ivy; euonymus; exacum; weeping fig; fir; gladioli; gold bells; hawthorn; holly; honeysuckle; hypoestes; ivy; juniper; lilac; locust; maple; marigold; mimosa; mock-orange; nannyberry; oak; orchid; palm; pansy; pea shrub; petunia; philodendron; pine; ornamental plum; poinsettia; poplar; tulip poplar; rhododendron; roses; snapdragon; snowberry; spruce; taxus; willow; zinnia<br/><br/>Vegetables*: Broccoli; Brussels sprouts; cabbage; cavalo broccoli; cauliflower; Chinese broccoli; garlic; head lettuce; kohlrabi; leaf lettuce; onions (bulb); mustard; pop corn; sweet corn; tomatoes and tomatillos<br/> <br/>*NOTE: See product label for individual instructions for use with specific vegetable plants and the appropriate pre-harvest interval.<br/>

Sizes Available

32 fl oz

MSDS

9688-277-8845

Labels

071121958303

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