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Viper Insecticide is an all-around insecticide concentrate with Cypermethrin which is a concentrate that you mix with water in a handheld pump sprayer. Viper is a very popular insecticide concentrate, killing many pests.

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Inside: Spray with a pump sprayer on a low pressure. Spray around doors, baseboards, under and around refrigerators, stoves, under shelves, around perimeters, cracks, and crevices.

Outside: Using a pump sprayer, spray around possible entry points where insects may enter, such as doors and windows. Also, spray about 2-3 feet around the perimeter of your home to set up a barrier.

Cockroaches, Spiders, Crickets, Scorpions, Silverfish, Ticks, and Firebrats: Spray (pump sprayer-low pressure) in areas that these insects,such as baseboards, corners, storage areas, closets, around water pipes, doors and windows, attics and eaves, behind and under refrigerators, cabinets, sinks, furnaces and stoves, the underside of shelves, drawers, and similar areas. Pay particular attention to cracks and crevices

Martin's Viper Insecticide is ideal for residential, commercial and industrial use. It is great for use for apartment buildings, warehouses, storage units, and more. Martin's Viper Insecticide can be applied as a crack and crevice spray on baseboards, around cabinets and appliances, corners of walls, under sinks, doors, and windows. For outside applications, Martin's Viper Insecticide Concentrate can be applied on exterior walls of garages, storage sheds, around foundations, porches, lawns, flowerbeds, along fences lines, and other similar places where labeled insects are found.

We also sell the deodorized oil separately and to save money, you can opt to mix your own spray using this oil and some Cirrus concentrate. This would be the better option if you fog a lot of material over the course of a year.

This product is amazing! I live in a cedar sided house and the carpenter bees were a big problem. I spray the house 3 or 4 times a year, depending on rain, and no more bees dive bombing you and no more holes in the siding. This even keeps the wood peckers away.

Its not labeled for use on horses (or any animal for that matter) so no, this would not be a good choice. Cypermethrin is good for applying to any surface where flies are landing such as the siding of a barn, the walls of a stable, etc.

Finally!! I have had a problem with Cicada Killers in my backyard for about 5 years. This year I decided to try something new to get rid of them. I get up at the crack of dawn everyday, before the bees are moving about and spray this inside each new nest. I have had great success as there has been a female in each nest. Once I fill the hole, the bee crawls out and I stomp on it. Hoping for it it continue to work. Now, to find something to get rid of the males that are flying about.

No doubt the most complete way to treat a fireant mound is to drench them with a cypermethrin solution. Most mounds will take 1/2 to 1 gallon of material but if you have the time to treat and want to kill each nest completely and with no chance of them relocating elsewhere, this is the way to go. The standard process is to mix 1/2 oz of concentrate per gallon of water and then using a pick axe or rebar stake, make 5-8 holes in the mound just prior to drenching it. Next, pour the material into the holes and watch them die. In most cases, the nest is shut down within a few minutes and even if you have to treat 1-2 acres, the process could be completed in one morning.

I have a number of black pines that have been effected with Eastern Pine Boror Beetles. I lost some but others seem to be holding on. I was told that the pines should be sprayed a few times a year to control any further infestation. Which product should I be using to accomplish this?

I have a huge problem with cluster flies. There are hundreds of them that plague the family throughout the winter months. Since they lay their eggs in damp grassy areas, would it be a good idea to spray VIPER CYPERMETHRIN on the grass? We have a 1/2 acre, but if that works, we would be willing to do it. We recently had a newborn and we worry about these insects. Thank you in advance.

This product is easy to use, just follow the instructions to mix in your sprayer and spray where it is needed. It worked very well in our combat of these elm seed beetles. I am so very glad that I came across it cause nothing else I tried worked on these creatures.

No more flies!!! After years of dealing with cluster flies we used viper cypermethrin and the flies were gone. We initially found a few, but they were dead. Application to the house was under 30 minutes.

This product is amazing! I have been using this product to keep bugs and bees away since about 2002 I think. I love this company and this is where I go to figure out how to get rid of things. I recommend this company to all my friends.

Perfect Wasp Removal! I needed something for my potted Areca Palms to be able to move them. This works very quickly with no visible damage and I was able to safely move them within 24 hours. A strong petroleum odor at first quickly dissipates. Mixed in a 1-gallon tank sprayer, I used the remainder to spray the foundation of the house.

Viper spray is the best for ladybugs! This spray really works for lady bugs or any beatle. We sprayed around our windows and doors. They started dropping dead inside the house. Just incredible stuff,thank you so much!

Viper Insecticide is an all-around insecticide concentrate with Cypermethrin which is a concentrate that you mix with water in a hand held pump sprayer. Viper is a very popular insecticide concentrate, killing a large variety of pests.

Viper can be used as a spray treatment inside and outside, or asa barrier spray around the perimeter of structures. It can also beused on wood and lumber as protection against termites,wood-infesting beetles, and carpenter ants. Viper is an excellentall-around spray that provided quick knockdown and control ofnuisance pests and is perfect for initial use of maintenanceapplications.

Carpenter bees are large (1 inch) yellow and black bees which become active in early spring. They resemble bumble bees but do not live in colonies, have fewer hairs and no pollen sacs on the hind legs. They appear around homes and are a nuisance. Although it is rare to be stung by one, their sheer size is scary and people generally stay clear of them.Their nest is much more of a concern. These nests, if left untreated, will result in extensive structural damage and will result in costly repairs within a few years. The female will go in and out of the nest so patience will show where the entrance is. Killing individual bees with a liquid insecticide will not destroy the bee's young. THE NEST MUST BE TREATED!!

To treat the carpenter bee holes use Drione Dust and a Crusader Duster. As the female enters the hole she will drag the dust into the nest and kill all the larvae, or there will be dust still there and active to kill any emerging juvenile carpenter even months later. (Just spraying the holes will probably kill the adult bees, but spraying will not kill all the larvae. You must use a dust.) If you must kill the harmless male carpenter bee then use a Wasp and Hornet Aerosol.

To prevent future drilling of new holes in the wood spray with cypermethrin twice during the spring, 3 weeks apart. Cypermethrin insecticide is excellent in controlling a variety of pests including spiders, ants and big roaches.

Larvae: This is the feeding stage for the pantry moth. Their coloring depends on their food source. The egg produces a worm-like moth larvae about 1/2 inch long and has 5 pair of legs. Usually pantry moths have an of-white coloring, however, their coloring can also be green light pink or even brown. After the larvae have proceeded through five stages of development, their feeding is finished and the larvae use their legs to find a place to develop into a pupa. By now, the food source has been damaged by waste products. The Larvae will develop anywhere from 42 to 56 days.

Once larvae or moths have been found, it is imperative to throw out all food sources that are not in very tightly sealed containers. The moths are able to get into surprisingly tight spots, including sealed bags simply by chewing through them. They are also notoriously difficult to get rid of, and can crawl on ceilings and spin cocoons in rooms other than the kitchen or pantry where they hatched. Lastly, instar larvae are able to travel significant distances before they pupate. When seeking the source of an infestation, the search cannot be limited to the immediate area where pupae are discovered.

It has a nearly global distribution today, including essentially all of Europe as well as such far-flung places as Australia, Benin, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Japan, Samoa and the United States. This is due to its habit of living near and benefitting from humans, which allow it to be easily transported in international grain shipments. Its common name refers to Angoumois, the pre-revolutionary province of France where it was first scientifically described in 1789. The province was transformed into the present-day Charente département the following year, and as it has since been determined, the species is not originally native to western France.

The first evidence of Duponchelia fovealis in North America was in California where live larvae were discovered in a shipment of begonias at a Home Depot in Concord, Contra Costa from San Marcos, San Diego. This species was observed in three greenhouses in southern Ontario, Canada around spring of 2005. Four male moths were acquired in a pheromone trap in San Diego County, California approximately July, 2010. If there is an established population at this time we are uncertain.

The Cydia Pomonella, codling moth, is a member of the Lepidopteran family Tortricidae. These are agricultural pests, their larva being the common apple worm or maggot. Inhabitant of Europe, the codling moth was introduced to North America, where it has become one of the regular pests of apple orchards. It is found almost worldwide. It also attacks pears, walnuts, and other tree fruits. 041b061a72


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