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  1. CSI 30-30 ULV Concentrate

    CSI 30-30 is a concentrate ULV product to be mixed with mineral oil that compares to Kontrol 30-30 product, with a 30%permethrin / 30% PBO formulation. CSI 30-30 concentrate is a broad spectrum, low odor, synergized synthetic pyrethroid insecticide that provides a quick knockdown for adult mosquitoes, flies and gnats. As Kontrol 30-30, CSI 30-30 does not have an EPA water set back regulation. It can be applied by air or ground. As a thermal or non-thermal fog CSI 30 – 30 may be applied either diluted or undiluted.

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  2. Revenge Jumbo Fly Catcher

    Starting at: $10.45

    This is a enormous glue fly trap that measures 8" x 8'. It is ideal to hang in garages, stables, barns, trees, poles, ceilings and more. You catch a lot of flies with such a big wide roll. Each roll has a reel, that will fit any hardware found on the market. You can pull out as much as you would like, up to eight feet and hang as much as needed. Simply pull it out like a shade and hang it.

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  3. Stryker Insecticide Concentrate-pt

    Starting at: $36.90

    Stryker (pronounced "Striker") combines two active ingredients, 6% Pyrethrins, 60% Piperonyl Butoxide PBO. Compare this pyrethrum synergist product to Exciter or Kicker, but it is more economical.

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  4. Lambdastar UltraCap 9.7-16 oz

    Starting at: $49.90

    LambdaStar UltraCap 9.7 is a micro-encapsulated lambda-cyhalothrin formulation that is easy to measure and mix. It has a long residual protection with excellent results. Compared to Demand CS, also a lambda-cyhalothrin 9.7% formulation, LamdaStar UltraCap has a higher mortality rate after 12 weeks of testing.  

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  5. CSI 4-4 (Mosquito Fogging Solution)

    CSI 4-4 Insecticide combines permethrin and piperonyl butoxide as a synergized synthetic pyrethroid to provide both a quick knockdown and residual action against adult mosquitoes, midge, and black flies. Use CSI 4-4 in residential and recreational areas. Apply CSI 4-4 Insecticide in thermal or non-thermal (cold fog) applications, undiluted or diluted. It can be used over crops and is implemented as a ULV ultra low volume spray by air or ground

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  6. ExciteR 16 ounce

    Starting at: $8.95

    ExciteR Insecticide pyrethrin concentrate contains 6% pyrethrins and Piperonyl Butoxide 60%. Excite R insecticide can be used alone in a fogger or pump sprayer, or as an additive to other insecticides such as  permethrin or cypermethrin for a faster knock-down of insect pests. When used alone, ExciteR does not leave a long residual. Learn More
  7. Cyper WSP-Envelopes and Pail

    Starting at: $8.93

    Now Cyper WP comes in water-soluble packets for mixing convenience. Cyper WSP compares to the popular Demon WP envelopes, with the same active ingredient, 40.0% Cypermethrin.

    Cyper WSP achieves a quick knockdown and long-lasting control of 30 nuisance pest.

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  8. Bifen IT

    Starting at: $18.75

    Many customers use Bifen IT for mosquito control in their backyards. Mosquitoes feed on plant juices. You find them on the leaves of plants, bushes, and trees. Try to spray the underside of the leaves. Remember that Bifen IT is non-selective and will kill the good guys such as bees and butterflies so avoid spraying any flowering parts because that is where the bees go. We need to save the bees!!! The 3/4 gal size is the best value, but consider the one gal container because it has a tip and measurement device. The tip and measure makes life easier when mixing. Learn More
  9. Riptide Insecticide 5.0% Pyrethrin ULV

    Riptide 5.0% Pyrethrin ULV Insecticide is a waterbased Pyrethrin ULV. Riptide Insecticide is labeled for a variety of insects including mosquitoes, stored product pests, cockroaches, and biting insects. 64 oz mixes in 55 gallons of water for use in the mosquito control misting system.
    Packaging: 1 Unit
    1/2 gal (64 oz)

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  10. Prentox Emulsifiable Spray Concentrate #96

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    96 with .96% Pyrethrins, 9.60% Piperonyl Butoxide; fogging 1 gallon, can be mixed with water or oil; will remain in solution for one day

    Packaging: 1 Gallon
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Fly Control - FAQ'S

Q: I have a small back yard of about 2500 square feet that gets sun most of the day.  I live very close to the back of a grocery store and I have a tremendous fly problem.  I have tried to avoud sprays because I have a dog.  I have 2 bug zappers ad they don't work.  HELP!
 
A: The problem with zappers is that the flies can’t see them in the bright sunlight outside in the daytime and the flies are not active at night. I would try a strategy of using Disposable Fly Traps between you and that dumpster. In addition, I would use some MaxForce Fly Spot Bait on an as needed basis. It can be mixed with water and sprayed on trees fences and buildings to make it available to the flies but keep it out of the reach of pets and kids. That plan should give you some pretty good control.
 
 
 
Q: Hi, can you help me with a possible pest problem? I have never experienced this problem before, but within the past 3 days, houseflies keepappearing in my bedroom.  I have never kept uncovered food or had rotting garbage here! I am pretty sure there isn't an infestation directly IN my bedroom, b/c onthe 'worst' day, I saw 25 flies hanging out on one window midmorning-- andon the other 2 days, I killed between 2-4 flies each day.. This must meanthey're somehow coming from outside, right? How can I find out how the heck they're getting inside?
 
A:  Melissa, they say a picture is worth a thousand words. It’s true. Those are cluster flies and they became a problem for you in the fall....only you didn’t know it then. They cluster up on the outside of the home in the fall especially on the south and west exposure where the sun has warmed the brick and wood. As the weather cools they crawl deeper into cracks and crevices and end up inside the walls and in the attic where they lay dormant until spring. Now they are trying to get outside but they are confused and lost and accidentally end up inside. The real time to deal with them is in the fall before they get in. At this point you can spray some CB 80 Aerosol into the air to kill them. Remember to spray the south and west sides of the house with D-Fense SC in September or October to prevent them from getting in.