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Top Reasons to Use Pyrethrin vs. Other Insecticides

  1. Pyrethrin is a contact insecticide attacking the nervous system of insects almost immediately and causing knockdown, soon followed by death.
  2. No other insecticide can claim such a long record of proven safety towards humans and warm-blooded animals. It's one of the least toxic of domestic insecticides available and is rapidly metabolized if accidentally swallowed.
  3. The structure of the molecule is so complex that insect resistance to Pyrethrin is not a practical problem.
  4. Because Pyrethrin consists of a group of related compounds, it has a wider spectrum of activity against insect species than many single insecticides. It can be used against any insect found in the house or garden: mosquitos, flies, cockroaches, aphids, ants, wasp, gnats and more.
  5. Pyrethrin is harmlessly degraded by the combination of sunlight and air; therefore, presenting little of the hazards that are usually associated with other classes of persistent insecticides.
  6. It is a powerful insect repellent, which in combination with its low mammalian toxicity, makes it better to use in many sensitive applications, such as food and grain storage protection, personal protection (spray-on, roll-on, mosquito coils). Beside repellence, mosquito coils with pyrethrin will inhibit target insects from biting.
  7. Pyrethrin has a much greater flushing effect than any other insecticide; it disturbs pests in their hiding places forcing them to get out and to get exposed to the insecticide.Uses Pyrethrin, nature's pesticide

For over 20 Years, Pyrethrin, a natural insecticide, has been used
worldwide to control mosquitoes and other biting insects
like fleas, flies and gnats

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Other pests controlled:

  • Mosquitoes
  • No-see-ums
  • Flies
  • Spiders
  • Gnats
  • Fleas
  • Ticks
  • Roaches
  • Wasps
  • Grasshoppers
  • Fire Ants