FenvaStar EcoCap has the same active ingredient Esfenvalerate as Conquer, but is encapsulated having a residue of 2-3 months. The quick knockdown and long term residual work well on various surfaces even after rain and sun exposure making it a number one all around pest control product.
With a very low odor, it has a very good knockdown for bedbugs, carpenter bees, fleas, mosquitoes, roaches, flies, stinging insects and more. FenvaStar EcoCap won't clog your sprayer.
FenvaStar EcoCap - Approved in New York
FenvaStar EcoCap is approved for use in New York and and may be used for indoor food and non-food areas, including broadcast spray, livestock and poultry premises and outdoor structural and turf uses.
Compare FenvaStar ECO CAP to Onslaught Insecticide and Conquer
All have the same active ingredient, Esfenvalerate
Product Size % Esfenvalerate Yield Residual
FenvaStar ECO CAP
- Very Low Odor
8 oz 3.5 % 4-8 gallons
- Not encapsulated
- Low Odor
16 oz 3.5 % 8 gallons
- High Odor
16 oz. 6.40 % 16-32 gallons
- Additional Information
Pro Tips Fenva Star EcoCap is a product I often reach for in our retail store. It is labeled for a wide variety of insects and is really economical to use.
I don't like it so much for German roaches. The roach baits are the way to knock those guys out.
Packaging 8 oz Manufacturer Rockwell Labs-LG International Product Label Product Label MSDS MSDS Target Pest
Bedbugs, fleas, mosquitoes, roaches, flies , stinging insects
See Product Label for a complete list.
Active Ingredient (s) Esfenvalerate ..... 3.5% For Use :
Inside and Outside
In food and non-food areas such as, but not limited to: homes, schools, warehoused, office buildings,k apartment buildings, theaters, hotels, industrial buildings, motels, kennels, livestock, food processing planmts, food servce establishments, restaurants, supermarkets and grocery stores, transportation equipment, truck trailers, Railroad cars, and food manufacturing establishments. Also for use on backyards, lawns, trees, ornamental landscaping, recreational areas, parks and athletic fields.
Yield 4-8 gallons Mixture|Application Use 1 to 2 oz per gallon of water Application No Retreatment 2-3 months Shipping Restrictions CT More Instructions
Fenvastar EcoCap should be mixed with water and applied with hand pressurized or power operated sprayers. Shake container of Fenvastar EcoCap before diluting. Clean spray equipment before use. For dilution, add approximately half the required water to spray tank and then add the appropriate amount of Fenvastar EcoCap. Agitate and slowly add the remaining water.
Agitate spray thoroughly before using and also occasionally during use to ensure dispersion. If spray filter screens are used, they should be 50 mesh or larger. Use 1.0 fluid ounce (30 cc.) of Fenvastar EcoCap in 1 gallon of water to make a spray mix containing 0.025% active ingredient.
Use 2.0 fluid ounces (60 cc.) per gallon of water to make a spray containing 0.05% active ingredient. Use 0.025% solution, for light infestations or as a maintenance control rate. Use 0.05% for heavy infestations or as an initial clean out rate. Apply two-second bursts of spray per square foot of area being treated. Avoid excessive application. Dampen surfaces but not to the point of saturation or run-off.
Customer Reviews 12 item(s)
- I would recommend this product.
It is effective on contact. I use it for flies and bedbugs.
- Effective product at a great value
My neighbor paid $500 for a professional pest control service to rid their wooden play set of carpenter bees. When ours became infested I searched the internet for appropriate solutions and FenvaStar EcoCap is an effective first step in a two-step process.
All together I spent $44 and the bees haven't come back.
- Very Good Product
I have purchased 2 bottles of FenvaStar. It works effectively. Not much odor. Easy to understand instructions. For mixing water, it soaks the areas that are being sprayed. I would recommend this product to anyone.
Bought this because my neighbor got roaches and inevitably so did we as we share walls. I have children and am scared for them. I sprayed with 2oz. mix and they were still here, waited a week sprayed same again.... Guess what they are walking thru it as if all I sprayed was water. I am also using Gentrol, Max force bait stations, Max Force bait in both apartments. What am I to do now?!? I don't sleep, eat or even function. I cry all the time, I cannot move because of lack of money. This pretty much sucks!!!!!!
DIY Response: Sorry the FenvaStar didn't work for you. While cockroaches are on the label for FenvaStar, the MaxForce and Gentrol products are a much better solution, but they do require time to work. The Maxforce Bait is for killing the adult roaches, and the Gentrol is used to sterilize the remaining live ones so are unable to reproduce. If you need assistance please call us at: 1-800-476-3368
- Flea invasion
Product works...would give in 10 stars.
- Low odor, killed like a thermonuclear weapon, but does it last?
Bought this product to fight a flea infestation. After living here for 11 years with no fleas, they made up for it this year. Bam! Fleas everywhere, almost overnight. If you've never had fleas, they are nasty little buggers. After wasting money on the usual useless junk from the local big box stores, I came here to get something that would work.
DIY Pest Control shipped *fast* and I got it *fast*.
Mixed it up per the instructions - 2 OZ per gallon and sprayed the house. It has a small smell, but nothing overpowering. This made the family happy, as we had expected it to smell awful. But it didn't. :) My wife even commented that she was pleasantly surprised that it didn't smell. This probably saved me the cost of a hotel room for the night. ;)
Like a small thermonuclear weapon, it seemed like it killed everything with nothing having survived. Far better than the worthless garbage from the big box store.
About a week later, we're seeing some additional fleas around the house that I probably missed in the first spraying. (I did combine this with Meteor IGR, so that's the only thing I can figure.)
Question for the pros - I've seen some fleas happily bouncing thru the areas where I had sprayed. Should the residual product kill these guys? Or am I seeing them happily bouncing around minutes before their untimely, accelerated deaths?
Answer: Yes, it does take a few hours for the insecticide to enter the nervous system of the flea to kill it.
- Does not work for carpenter bees!
I ordered this product for the control of carpenter bees. I have applied it generously twice and it has not helped at all. Please advise if I have purchased the wrong product.
Sorry to hear you're not finding the product effective. The goal in Carpenter Bee treatment is to stop them from damaging your house. FenvaStar EcoCap is a suitable treatment for this goal. FenvaStar is a repellent and it keeps female Carpenter Bees from drilling new holes. It will also kill them if they land on it, but they can detect it and typically wont land where you have sprayed it. Its also normal to see the males fly around after application, but they are harmless. If you have existing holes that are problematic, give us a call at 1-800-476-3368.
- Great stuff!
I have used this product for over a year now. Encapsulated products ARE the way to go for good pest control. I had a company come every month and had bugs. I did some research, then bought a sprayer and have done my own from then on. FenvaStar EcoCap is MY choice for pest control because it is so flexible. For general pest control I use one once per gallon of water. During the summer I bump it to two per gallon and have not seen a bug in a LONG time. I do crack and crevice treatment as well as treating the voids under my cabinets. It has worked for me. There are a lot of good choices out there but if it's not encapsulated I won't use it.
- fenva star on fleas
Fenva Star eco cap kicked the crap out of the fleas in less than a week and they're still gone. Great product nuff said
- Three days and itch free
I made the mistake of talking home a used mattress. So about 2 weeks went by when I realized what my bumps where from. I saw a live under the mattress. I disposed of the bed and spayed it with Bedlam (the frame). I lifted up my carpeting and added DE Dust. I thought that'd be enough but, 5 weeks passed and still getting see bites.
So I bought this last week and mixed with Gentrol (BB birth control). Didn't notice anything the first day, second was less itching, and third day no itching. I also spayed my whole outside building, porch. My dislike is the smell, it makes my noise run too..
A great product for bed bugs. I wish I knew about it before I spent all that money on stuff from the hardware store THAT DIDN'T WORK!!!
I have worked in the pest control industry for a little over three years. This is what I use to treat my apartment. During the summer monsoons I bump it to 2 oz per gal and drop it to 1 oz during the fall, winter and spring. It has proven very effective. I am sold on the effectiveness of micro-cap insecticides. During the hot summer months they are the only product worth buying.