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Colorado Potato Beetle Spray Organic Gardening For Colorado Potato Beetle Larvae

Colorado Potato Beetle Spray Organic Gardening For Colorado Potato Beetle Larvae

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Bonide Colorado Potato Beetle Concentrate - 1 Pint ( 16 oz.)

Formulation is water based and leaves no oily residue and is odor free.

Colorado Potato Beetle Concentrate is perfect for use in organic gardening to control tough Colorado Potato Beetle larvae.

Colorado Potato Beetle Concentrate will make up to 8 gallons of spray and each gallon can cover up to 1,000 sq. ft. of garden area.

Colorado Potato Beetle Concentrate  is intended for control of worms (caterpillars) and other listed insects. It does not significantly impact predatory beneficial insects, predatory mites, and spiders while controlling target pests. Susceptible insect pests may be observed on plants up to several hours after treatment, but will have ceased active feeding before being killed.

Active Ingredient:
Spinosad 0.5%
Spinosad is classified as an organic substance by the USDA National Organic Standards Board.

Potato Beetles, and other leaf eating insects and Caterpillars. Read label for complete list.


Residential Home Gardens, Lawns and Ornamentals

2 oz (4 tbsp) per gallon of water. Read label for complete instructions.
Makes up to 8 gallons

Shake Well Before Use. This product may be applied with trigger sprayer, hand-held, backpack, or hose-end sprayers. Use a hose-end sprayer that can be adjusted to provide a dilution ratio of about 2 fl. oz. of this product (4 Tbs) per gallon of spray.

Apply when listed pests are present. Repeat applications may be made as indicated in the Home Gardens section. See your state extension service recommendations for treatment guidelines in your area.

Fire Ants:

Individual fire ant mounds:
Mix the amount of this product recommended per gallon of spray and use a sprinkler can or similar device to apply the diluted spray as a mound drench, using 1 to 2 gallons per mound.
Do not use pressurized sprays. Apply about 10% of the spray volume around the perimeter of the mound and the remainder directly to the mound.
Do not disturb fire ant mound prior to application. If possible, apply following recent rainfall. For best results apply when weather is cool, 65 to 85 degrees F, or in early morning or late evening.