Where can Bayer Advanced™ Complete Brand Insect Dust for Gardens be applied?
Bayer Advanced Complete Brand Insect Dust for Gardens may be used on home garden fruits, roses, flowers and vegetables as well as on dogs and cats. Please carefully read and follow all label instructions.
When is the best time to apply Bayer Advanced™ Complete Brand Insect Dust for Gardens?
How should Bayer Advanced™ Complete Brand Insect Dust for Gardens be applied?
Apply Bayer Advanced Complete Brand Insect Dust for Gardens wearing household latex or rubber gloves. Open cap, and shake gently to apply. Dust lightly, being sure to cover both upper and lower leaf surfaces with a thin, even film of dust as many insects hide on the underside of leaves.
What insects will Bayer Advanced™ Complete Brand Insect Dust for Gardens control?
On Fruit and Nut Trees: Apple aphid, caterpillars, codling moth, filbertworm, fruit fly, green fruitworm, leafhoppers, leafrollers, lesser peach tree borer, mirid bug, navel orangeworm, oriental fruit moth, peach twig borer, pear psyllia, plum curculio, rose chafer, spotted tentiform leafminer, tarnished plant bug, thrips, and walnut husk fly.
On Vegetables and Melons: Aphids, armyworms, artichoke plume moth, asparagus beetle, cabbage looper, Colorado potato beetle, corn earworm, corn rootworm (adult), cucumber beetle (adult), cutworms, diamondback moth, European corn borer, flea beetles, hornworms, imported cabbageworm, leaf hoppers, leaf miners, melon worm, onion maggot (adult), onion thrips, pepper weevil, pickle worm, plantbugs (induding lygus, squash, and stink bugs), potato psyllid, potato tuberworm, rindworm, squash vine borer, tomato fruit worm, and tomato pinworm.
On Ornamentals (including Roses): Asparagus beetle, beet armyworm, cabbage looper, Japanese beetle, Iygus bug, and omnivorous leafroller.
Also Kills: Aster Leafhopper, Cabbage aphid, Cutworm complex, Fall Armyworm, Obliquebanded leafroller, Potato Aphid, Lepidopterous Larvae, Squash bug, Peach twig borer, and Walnut huskfly.