VamPyre Misting Concentrate
VamPyre Misting Concentrate
VamPyre Misting Concentrate by MGK is the newest product available for misting systems. VamPyre is formulated with a 3% Pyrethrum and 30% PBO mixture. This combination provides a great quick knockdown elimination and long-term stability in water dilutions.
VamPyre Misting Concentrate - 1 Gallon
VamPyre Misting Concentrate by MGK is a misting concentrate for misting systems. VamPyre is formulated with a 3% Pyrethrum and 30% PBO mixture. This combination provides a great quick knockdown elimination and long-term stability in water dilutions.
VamPyre is a micro-emulsion, water based spray. It delivers effective control of a wide range of insects including mosquitos, gnats, and Culex species that may carry and transmit the West Nile Virus. Vampyre is also a great repellent for stable flies, horse flies, face flies, deer flies, house flies, mosquitos and gnats.
VamPyre may be applied indoor as a surface spraying to kill the following pest cockroaches, black carpenter ants, silverfish, spiders, cigarette beetles and stored product pests. VamPyre may also be applied in kennels and other outdoor animal areas and automatic spraying systems.
Flushing and Resistance Problems Solved
This misting formulation with 3% Pyrethrum and 30% PBO not only delivers a quick knockdown, but it serves as a flushing agent for hiding insects. Many bed bugs are resistant to synthetic pyrethroids. VamPyre can be used to help kill these hard to kill insects.
VamPyre and Misting Systems
The pyrethrum in VamPyre is a number one choice of misting concentrates in misting systems. Pyrethrums give a quick kill. Pyrethrum is made from Chrysanthemum flowers and is considered an organic solution. We recommend 1 gallon of VamPyre to fill your 55 gal. system.
- A micro-emulsion, water-based spray. Not harmful to landspace plants
- Labeled for food and non-food areas and has a low odor
- VamPyre features the highest performing ratio of pyrethrum to synergist (1:10)
- Kills Mosquitoes including the Culex species that may carry and transmit the West Nile Virus
- Kills and repels Stable Flies, Horse Flies, Face Flies, Deer Flies, House Flies, Mosquitoes and Gnats
- Controls Deer Ticks and other Ixodid species that may carry and transmit Lyme Disease
- VamPyre Misting Concentrate provides rapid kill of insects without objectionable residues
- Technical Bulletin
|Pro Tips||Use VamPyre Misting Concentrate for hard to kill insects where resistance to other insecticides has been shown.|
Including but Not Limited To: Almond moths, angoumois grain moths, ants, bed bugs, black carpenter ants, black flies, black widow spiders, blood sucking lice, boxelder bugs, brown dog ticks, cadelles, carpet beetles, cat fleas, cellar spiders, cheese mites, chocolate moths, clothes moths, cockroaches, crickets, deer ticks, dog fleas, firebrats, fleas, flies, gnats, hornets, house flies, lice, midges, miller moths, millipedes, mosquitoes, pillbugs, silverfish, sowbugs, spiders, tobacco moths, wasps, yellow jackets, and other listed insects.
|Active Ingredient (s)||Pyrethrins 3.00%, Piperonyl butoxide, Technical 30.00% (PBO)|
|For Use :||
Including but Not Limited To: Indoors and outdoors in areas such as: animal areas, apartments, attics, campers, carpets, churches, clothes storage, commercial buildings, crawl spaces, day care centers, factories, food-processing plants, food storage areas, granaries, homes, hospitals, hotels, industrial sites, kennels, nursing homes, office buildings, restaurants, schools, theaters, warehouses, and many other listed sites of use
Use for listed crawling insects at the rate of 13 oz per gallon of water, per 750 square feet for more severe infestations. If infestation is moderate, use 4.3 oz per gallon per 750 sq. feet; for light infestations, use 2 oz per gallon per 750 square feet.
1 gallon (128 oz) of concentrate mixes in 55 gallon of water for misting systems
Listed Animals and Animal Premises
See rates and application information on the product label
Dilution Rates Of VamPyre Misting Concentrate
Best Practices In Misting Systems