Sevin® Insect Killer Concentrate
- Won't harm your plants or blooms - when used as directed
- Protect your garden and flowers from listed damaging pests
- Guaranteed results or your money back
- Kills by contact - over 500 listed insects
- Lasts 3 months - except fire ants, fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes
- Easy-to-use - mix with water and spray
- Apply early or at first signs of insect damage
- People and pets can return to treated area once spray dries
A little goes a long way. Like, a really long way.
Protect your garden and flowers with Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate. Including an easy-to-use measuring cap, you can measure just the right amount of concentrate for the job. Measure the liquid concentrate using the label application rate of 4 fluid ounces of concentrate per gallon of water. Pour the measured concentrate into your favorite sprayer, add the appropriate amount of water, and mix well. Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate kills more than 500 insect pests by contact and keeps protecting for up to 3 months. Use this to kill and control unwanted insects in ornamental and edible gardens, lawn and other areas around your home. This concentrate liquid is specially formulated to protect lawns, vegetables, flowers, fruits, trees, shrubs, and other outdoor plants and surfaces. Do not spray open blooms to protect pollinating insects. Once applied to lawn, wait at least 24 hours before watering. This liquid is highly effective and fast acting - don't forget to check the label to find the specific instructions for your plant.
- Shake well. Remove measuring cap and fill cap to desired amount of product.
- Pour into sprayer and add corresponding amount of water.
- Close sprayer tightly and pressurize with hand pump.
- For spot applications, use a coarse spray nozzle. For larger area applications, use a fan spray nozzle.
- Hold tip of wand 12 inches from target area while spraying
- Visible results in minutes.
- People and pets may re-enter treated area after spray dries.
- Black Flies
- Boxelder Bugs
- Colorado Potato Beetles
- Flea Beetles
- Fungus Gnats
- Ground Beetles
- Japanese Beetles
- Lace Bugs
- Ladybug Beetles
- Mole Crickets
- Scale Insects
- Scarab Beetles