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Spectracide Spectracide ® Triazicide ® Insect Killer Once & Done! ® Concentrate Ready-to-Spray

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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Can this product be used on a hackberry tree?

Found fine saw dust like mound at base of tree. Unknown insect,no seen.
State: Texas
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Volente
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Yes, but you'll want to diagnose the problem before applying any insecticide. It could be carpenter ants (which this product will not take care of), Asian beetles or another type of boring insect -- or an entirely different problem. We recommend calling your local extension agency to help identify the culprit.
State: Missouri
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can I use this if it will rain later?

I live in Florida, it rains a lot, and we are expecting rain all week. Should I wait to use the Spectracide or will it still be effective?
State: Florida
City:St. Petersburg
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It depends on how you're using it (check the label for the section that applies to you). In general, we recommend waiting to apply until no rain is forecast for 24 hours.
State: Missouri
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Is this product safe for Banana trees? (currently bearing fruit)

Trying to control a whitefly problem.. Is there a safe application for bananas?
State: Florida
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We recommend Spectracide Malathion Insect Spray Concentrate instead: http://www.spectracide.com/Products.... Wait at least seven days before harvesting, however.
State: Missouri
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triazicide once & done was stored in a hot shed. Will it still be effective for killing ants?

State: Nevada
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Probably, although it depends on how hot temperatures got. Apply the bottle you have and if you're still noticing ants, you should reapply with a new bottle.
State: Missouri
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what are the other ingredients in triazicide insect killer

The bottle list active ingredient of gamma-cyhalothrin and 99.62 other ingredients, what are the other ingredients?
State: Missouri
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Kansas City
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Sorry, because our formulas are proprietary, we only give out complete formulas to physicians when they're needed for treatment information. If you have a question about whether this product contains a specific ingredient because of allergy reasons, etc., we'd be happy to answer that, however.
State: Missouri
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How soon after application should you water the grass?

State: Florida
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:oakland park
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If you're treating in your lawn for subsurface insects, water in immediately after treating with 1/4 to 1/2 inch of water. If you're treating for surface insects, delay watering for 24 hours after spraying.
State: Missouri
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Use on Bonsai Plants

Can this product be used on bonzai plants such as Chinese Elm, small junipers, Banyan fig, and Texas Ebony tree?
State: Texas
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Melissa
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This is only designed for outdoor use, but you can use it on those plants if you keep them outside.
State: Missouri
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how soon after I spray my tomatoes can eat them

State: Idaho
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
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You should wait at least five days after your last application before harvesting your tomatoes.
State: Missouri
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I have two labs and two schunazers and they all eat grass and branches..

Will they get sick if they eat grass 12hrs after applying?
State: Ohio
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:huber heights
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If you have grass-eating pets, you should keep them off the treatment area for at least 24 hours. If you have concerns about their health, please call our first aid hotline at 1-800-633-2873.
State: Missouri
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Under what temperature ranges do you apply this to San Augustine Sod ?? ..would hate to burn this newer sod if you wait 24 hrs before watering.... !

State: Texas
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Bedford
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There are no temperature restrictions for this particular product.
State: Missouri
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I bought the UPC 7112195829, how much do I put in the hose sprayer?

The first Spectracide I used was the hose sprayer which I saved and purchased a refill. There are no directions as to what to put in the sprayer and I need to know.
State: Pennsylvania
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Carlisle
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
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The hose-end sprayer bottle is not refillable. The concentrate you purchased refills our ready-to-use Triazicide bottles, and there are refill directions on both of those labels.
State: Missouri
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It rained 4 hours after application!

I am fighting Dog ticks? I sprayed the lawn this morning but a storm blew in and rained a lot! Should I reapply?
State: Arizona
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Mesa
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Yes, you will probably need to reapply. You can give it a week or so to see if you're getting the results you expect first, though.
State: Missouri
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Where can I buy the spray bottle in Toronto, Ontario?

Spectracide triazicide insect killer once & done concentrate ready to spray
State: Pennsylvania
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Sorry! It's not sold in Canada.
State: Missouri
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how can I use the product to kill ants?

What accessories go whit this?
State: Florida
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Orlando
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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This is a hose-end sprayer, so you'll just attach it to your garden hose and follow the directions on the label for treatment. There are no additional accessories needed.
State: Missouri
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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Systemic via root application?

Hello,

I was under the impression that root applied gamma-cyhalothrin (GCH) is a contact insecticide [1] (so-called "contact killer"), and does not act systemically. Am I incorrect?

If I am incorrect, is the systemic nature of GCH local or "fully systemic," i.e., movement via xylem and phloem to all plant organs?

Best regards, Jared

[1] Product Safety Assessment: Gamma-cyhalothrin
DOW Chemical Company
http://www.dow.com/productsafety/pdfs/233-00378.pdf
State: California
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Expert
City:Santa Cruz
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
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This product is designed for foliar application. Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer Once & Done is not a systemic insecticide and should be applied to all plant parts to control listed insects as directed on the label.
State: Missouri
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Insecticidal activity against fungus gnat?

Hello,

Does gamma-cyhalothrin provide efficacious insecticidal activity against fungus gnat larvae and other growth stages (e.g., adult)? I ask because I'm in search of a contact (i.e., non-systemic, or, at least locally root systemic) insecticide for fungus gnat larvae.

I have searched all the academic databases to which I have access, to no avail, for efficacy data on GCH activity against fungus gnats of any growth stage.

Best Regards, Jared
State: California
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Expert
City:Santa Cruz
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Sorry, but this product will not control fungus gnats.
State: Missouri
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Product doesn't seem to be coming out

I just tried to spray my lawn today and it didn't seem like anything was coming out. I have used it before without any issues, so I know what I'm doing, but won't work this time. I even tried changing out the spray nozzle with one I had on an empty bottle of the weed killer, but still hardly seems to be spraying any product.
State: Texas
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We're sorry you're having trouble using the Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer Once & Done Concentrate hose-end sprayer. We're happy to help -- we'll contact you by e-mail shortly to troubleshoot the problem.
State: Missouri
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can i spray Spectracide Triazicide on fruit trees that are budding fruit without harming the fruit

Peach trees and plum trees seem to have ants on them and i want to save the fruit so would it be safe to spray them and if so how many times and how long before time to harvest the fruit
State: Mississippi
Age: 25 to 34
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
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Sure, you can use on budding peach and plum trees. You should only apply to fruit trees nine times per year, but only five times after blooms have formed. You need to wait 14 days after your last application before you harvest the fruit.
State: Missouri
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My husband sprayed this on my blueberries, strawberries and raspberries. Is this safe for these types of fruit and if so when can I eat the fruit?

State: Florida
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Lake Mary
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You should not use this particular formula on berries. It's not necessary to throw the treated fruit away, however; wait at least 21 days between spraying and harvest.
State: Missouri
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how long does the product smell for

When using the spray and hose spray once and done it left this smell you get with most pesticides. But how long does it last and were in the house and can smell it is that harmful to me and my children
State: Oregon
Age: 25 to 34
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:springfield
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You might smell a chemical odor for a short time after applying. Generally, it will dissipate soon after the spray dries. There are no inhalation hazards associated with this product, but if it bothers you, leave your home for a few hours while it dries.
State: Missouri
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