Neudorff BugFree Bug and Larvae Killer Concentrate 250 ml
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BugFree Bug and Larvae Killer is a natural, safe, and very effective all round control against a large variety of garden pests. It provides effective control against infestations of sucking and biting insects such as aphids, thrips, spider mites, whitefly, mealy bug, scale insects, leaf-feeding beetles, caterpillars and flea beetles, as well as
their eggs and larvae. It allows the elimination of these pests in an eco-conscious way with a handy spray that’s free from neonicotinoids.
Highly toxic chemicals commonly sold for pest control are best avoided, and products that respect nature are essential if we are to avoid irreversible damage to the garden ecosystem. Neudorff’s BugFree Bug and Larvae Killer is the perfect solution and an effective control against a variety of troublesome pests using natural active ingredients.
Synthetic insecticides have caused concern for some time, and some neonicotinoids
are seen as a cause of bee decline. Neudorff’s BugFree Bug and Larvae Killer is neonicotinoid-free.
Using a garden hand sprayer or knapsack sprayer, you can effectively treat ornamental plants, apple, pears and other fruit crops, in gardens and on your allotment. Neudorff’s BugFree Bug and Larvae Killer uses Pyrethrum, which is a natural insecticide found within a genus of flowers commonly called chrysanthemums. Naturally accessible, pyrethrum has been used for centuries to reduce infestation without risk of collateral damage. Natural pyrethrum is a contact insecticide that effectively kills plant pests and is best applied early in the morning or late in the evening. The 250 ml concentrate bottle makes up to 25 L of BugFree Bug and Larvae Killer spray solution and this should be applied as a fine spray, thoroughly wetting the leaves and stems of infested plants. To provide maximum effectiveness, spray the undersides of leaves.
If applied correctly Pyrethrins do not pose a risk to warm blooded creatures such as humans, cats, dogs and other mammals. The active ingredient breaks down rapidly, therefore there is only a short waiting time prior to harvest for fruits and vegetables.