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Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer Once & Done! Concentrate is formulated for broad-spectrum control of insects in home lawns, trees, shrubs, roses, flowers and vegetables.  Kills more than 180 types of insects as listed  Kills on contact Kills above and below ground Up to 2 month control of nuisance pests
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What is the residual acting time with the concentrate used at the 6 oz per 1000 sq ft dosage?

I sprayed a heavily tick infested area on Friday at the 6oz per 1000 sq ft dosage. It seemed to knock the ticks out fairly well. I went back down to check on Monday morning and although I did not get mobbed by the ticks there were fleas in evidence where there hadn't been any to this point. There had been no rain during the weekend. Wlii the concentrate get the fleas or will I have to retreat?
There are no animals in this area.
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State: Alabama
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Decatur
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We're glad it took care of the ticks. The residual on fleas will likely be shorter than two months. If you still see fleas after treating on Friday, you probably need to treat again (up to 14 times per year).
State: Missouri
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Does it kill hook worms

State: Florida
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Belle glade
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No, it will not control hookworms.
State: Missouri
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How do I get rid of ants in my heliconia potted plants.

I have potted my heliconia plants in 10 gallon pots for those special exotic species. I live in south florida. Ants have infested the potting mix within 3 weeks of potting. Can I drench the mix with 3 tbsp/gal solution or will this concentrate harm the plants? Obviously, I will have to place the pots on landscaping fabric in the future.
State: Florida
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Tamarac
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We would advising using half that amount of concentrate (1.5 Tbsp per gallon).
State: Missouri
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Can I use Spectracide Triazicide Granules to kill scorpions outside my home in gravel with no danger to my pet dog?

State: Arizona
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Safford
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The granules are just designed for lawn treatment, and they won't control scorpions. We recommend the concentrate version (http://www.spectracide.com/Products...). Just keep your dog out of the treated area until the gravel is completely dry.
State: Missouri
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after applying an application to kill grubs how long do i wait to seed the lawn?

State: Illinois
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There are no restrictions on seeding -- you can seed immediately after spraying.
State: Missouri
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Can I spray if it is going to be over 80 degrees?

State: New York
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Yes. There are no temperature restrictions for this product.
State: Missouri
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Spectracide kill mosquito larvae?

Will a Sprectracide treatment get rid of mosquitos and larvae after a rain storm?
State: Mississippi
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It's not listed for control of mosquito larvae. This product will certainly get rid of mosquitoes, however, and you can apply it after it rains.
State: Missouri
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will this work on any scale -hard and soft

State: Ohio
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You can use against any scale insects.
State: Missouri
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Two of my Citrus Trees were sprayed

Two citrus trees were sprayed before it was realized that it should not be used on them.

What can I expect

Is the fruit bad? or will the tree drop their leaves?
State: Florida
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You should not use it on citrus trees, but you can use the fruit as long as you wait at least 21 days between spraying and harvesting.
State: Missouri
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amount of spectracide for chinch bugs and grubs, label does not give amounts for specific bugs

This is a concentrate to mix with water. What is the amount of spectricide versus amount of water
State: Florida
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Port St Lucie
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If you look within the use location directions on the label, you'll see the specific bugs listed out. Chinch bugs and grubs are both listed under "Lawns," then within "Underground Insects/Thatch-Infesting Insects." You'll mix 1.5 fl oz (3 Tbsp) in one gallon of water for each 120 sq ft of lawn you treat.
State: Missouri
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Will Spectracide Triazicide kill termites in outdoor wood lawn furniture, Fence or other exposed wook?

In exposed wood such as lawn furniture or fencing
State: California
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This product won't control termites, but we make several Spectracide Terminate products that will: http://www.spectracide.com/Products...
State: Missouri
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I've purchased this product to treat grubs found in my garden, but I wanted to make sure I don't kill the worms? is this product ok to use ?

State: California
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It will not kill earthworms in your garden.
State: Missouri
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What dolution rate to use in a hose sprayer for a lawn to treat a lawn for all pests?

State: Indiana
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Expert
City:South Bend
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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For general insect control in your lawn, we recommend using 1.5 fl oz per gallon of water to treat 240 sq ft of lawn.
State: Missouri
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How long must I wait to allow pets back onto the lawn after application of the liquid form?

I have a small dog & 2 rabbits (who eat everything green!). How long should I wait after spraying to allow them back into the yard?
State: Florida
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Female
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Generally, pets can go back onto the lawn as soon as the spray has dried. If you have animals that graze on treated vegetation in large quantities, such as pet rabbits, chickens or livestock, we recommend keeping them off of the lawn for at least 21 days or not using the spray at all.
State: Missouri
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Is Triazicide insect killer systemic?

State: California
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:SEBASTOPOL
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No, it is not a systemic insecticide. You will need to treat all infested plant parts.
State: Missouri
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Small dogs

I have two small dogs will it harm them after it has dried if they lick their feet
State: Texas
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Garland
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As long as the spray has dried completely, you don't need to take any special precautions with your dogs.
State: Missouri
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Dog eating pill bugs killed using this product

Is it harmful if my dog eats the bugs killed using this product?

This product is great sprayed around outside of house to control pill bugs, etc...
State: Texas
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Austin
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It is not a major concern, but if your dog is eating them in large numbers, try to keep them picked up and out of reach.
State: Missouri
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I have the granules and it says to water after spreading, how much water is needed?

State: Kentucky
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:owensboro
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Just lightly water in the granules until the treatment area is damp -- you only want to activate the granules, not wash them away.
State: Missouri
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Pet safety and timing of application

I need to ask when is it safe for pets to be on the lawn after using this insect killer? Also, I just treated the lawn with weed stop with crabgrass killer. How long do I need to wait to apply the bug killer? Both applications are tank sprayers.

In addition, I read the instructions on line about how much to the gallon to mix. It stated for ticks etc., 1.5 oz. / gallon for 240 sq.ft. It also says if the infestaton is bad to use 6 oz. / 1000 sq.ft. Aren't both of these statements the same? Thanks
State: Ohio
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
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Pets can re-enter the treatment area as soon as the area has dried completely -- we would allow for several hours of drying time, just to be safe. You can also apply Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer for Lawns & Landscapes as soon as your Weed Stop application has dried.

We're checking on the use rate question and will get back to you!
State: Missouri
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Does the spray contain any peanut ingredients?

I know the granules version can contain peanut shells - does the spray contain any peanuts in the ingredients? We have a family member with a severe peanut allergy - and need to know this before using.
State: Georgia
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
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No, this product does not contain any peanut ingredients.
State: Missouri
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