For use on ornamental trees, shrubs and flowers such as but not limited to: Ageratum, Arborvitae, Arizona Cypress, Ash, Aster, Azaleas, Begonia, Birch, Boxwood, Box Elder, Camellias, Carnations, Cherry (ornamental), Non-bearing citrus, Chrysanthemums, 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, Weeping Fig, Willow, Zinnia.
To control ants‡‡, aphids***, armyworms, azalea caterpillar, bagworms, black vine weevil (adult), box elder bugs, budworms, California oakworm, cankerworms, cockroaches, crickets¥, cutwormsß, 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:
Mix 0.75 fl oz (1 ½ Tbsp) in 1 gallon of water.
To control broadmites, brown softscale, California redscale (crawler), clover mites, mealybugs, pineneedle scale (crawler), spider mites and whiteflies:
Mix 1.5 fl oz (3 Tbsp) in 1 gallon of water.
‡‡ Argentine, southern, field, Allegheny mound, Florida carpenter, red carpenter, black carpenter, cornfield, honey, pavement, nuisance, odorous pyramid, black turf, white-footed, crazy, little black, ghost, thief, acrobat, citronella, big-headed, lawn, lasius
*** Buckhorn, greenbug, pea, root, rose, walnut
¥ 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
**** Convergent, seven-spotted, two-spotted, thirteen-spotted, twice-stabbed, Asian
§ 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
- For best results, apply early before insect populations are high.
- For scale control, treat entire plant, including stem, trunks and twigs.
- For bagworm control, apply when bagworm larvae begin to hatch.
- For best results, apply to both sides of plant leaves and all plant surfaces where insects are present.