Profex Encapsulated Insecticide-Qt
Profex Encapsulated Insecticide combines 2 insect growth regulators (Novaluron and Pyriproxyfen) , and an insecticide (lambda-Cyhalothrin) for superior insect control. This combination of ingredients would work well against roaches, bed bugs, fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. It is also labeled to control ants, centipedes, boxelder bugs, milllipedes, and sowbugs.
Proflex uses a CapVantage Technology which is a proprietary blend of ingredients for use with the active ingredient Lambda-cyhalothrin. It is used for general surface, crack and crevice treatment or spot treatments.
Use 1- 2 ounces per gallon of water.
- Combined Chemistry:
- Novaluron 1.30%- A insect growth regulator to stop the reproduction
- Pyriproxyfen 1.3 0%- An insect growth regulator( IGR) to stop the reproduction
- Lambda-Cyhalothrin 3.88 %-Residual insecticide to kill adult insects
- For indoor and outdoor use
- Quick-acting and long lasting residual for several hard to control pest solution for several hard to control pests including mosquitoes, cockroaches, fleas and ticks.
Before spraying, remove leaf litter and debris, cut back vegetation and branches that touch the foundation, move or rake back roots, deep mulch, or other potential pest harborage next to the foundation.
Mix 1 oz of Proflex in a sufficient amount of water (2-5 gallons per 1,000 square feet) to cover 1,000 sq ft in a hand pump or back pack sprayer. For best results, spray when the mosquitoes are most active, in the cooler hours of the morning or night. Do not spray near ponds or bodies of water.
Spray areas where the mosquitoes may rest, breed or harbor. Typical areas include foliage, tall grass, landscape plantings, soil under decks, building foundations, lawns and backyards. An ideal target area is the bottom of 20 feet trees. It may be necessary to retreat during periods of high mosquito populations or renewed mosquito activity.
Do not apply more than once every 14 days or use in ULV or thermal fogging devices. Spray to contact as many mosquitoes as possible on contact and pay attention to the underside of plant leaves and resting sites.