Stryker Insecticide Concentrate (Compare To Exciter or Kicker)
Stryker (pronounced "Striker") combines two active ingredients, 6% Pyrethrins, 60% Piperonyl Butoxide PBO. Compare this pyrethrum synergist product to Exciter or Kicker. Stryker is more economical, with the same active ingredients percentages and labels.
How To Use Stryker Insecticide
This concentrate may be used alone or combined with other insecticides. When used alone, it works as a quick kill and contact spray. It may be used as a clean up or pre-harvest spray. Its active ingredient, Pyrethrin, is a botanical insecticide.
Stryker may be combined with a residual insecticide or IGR (insect growth regulator); providing long term control. Most pest control operators use it as a tank mix, combined with a residual insecticide to enhance the effectiveness of the residual. The pyrethrins in Stryker may also be used to flush out hidden insects forcing them out of hiding areas.
Stryker Concentrate may be used in ULV foggers as a fogging insecticide against flying insects.
|Type of Sprayer
||Best for Spot Spraying - Inside or Outside
- Add required Stryker concentrate and water; adjust nozzle to course spray, and spray 12" from targeted area.
|Dial-Hose Sprayer or Hose End Sprayers
||Best for Spraying Larger Areas - Outside
- Fill Stryker concentrate; do not add water.
- Dial Sprayer: Set dial to correct oz per gallon, hook to garden hose and spray.
- Hose End Sprayer: Fill Hose End Sprayer jar to required fluid level of Stryker; add water to "gallons" level.