Sevin Insect Killer Lawn Granules 4ea/10 lb

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  • Form: Granules
  • Manufacturer: Central Garden and Pet
  • Max Coverage Area: 10000
  • Private Label: No
  • Professional: No
  • Retail Display: None
  • Size: 10 Pounds
  • Usage Sites: Fruit Garden, Lawn, Ornamentals, Shrubs, Vegetable Garden

Sevin Insect Killer Lawn Granules kills over 100 listed insects on lawns, home perimeter, fruit and vegetable gardens, flower and ornamentals. Sevin Insect Killer Lawn Granules can be used to form a protective perimeter treatment around the foundation of your home. Best of all, it kills lawn damaging insects that cause your lawn to thin and turn brown. This product starts killing immediately after watering in and provides 3 month long control. Guaranteed to kill or your money back. Reclaim your garden and outdoor areas from damaging insects today with Sevin Insect Killer products.

  • Kills over 100 listed insects
  • Kills above and below the surface insects
  • Use on lawns, fruit & vegetable gardens, ornamental plants & shrubs, flowers and home perimeter
  • Fast acting and protects up to 3 months
  • Additional Features
  • Product Label
  • Allergen Information
  • Ingredients
  • Instructions
  • Safety
  • SDS
  • Product Gross Weight: 10.3 lb
  • Product Net Weight: 10.0 lb
  • Product Height: 17.0 in
  • Product Length: 5.0 in
  • Product Width: 11.5 in
  • Packaging Type: Bag
  • Allergen Information: Contains peanuts and/or tree nuts
  • Active Ingredients: Zeta-Cypermethrin (Cis/Trans Isomer Ratio: Max 75% (+/-) Cis and Min 25% (+/-) Trans) (0,029%), Bifenthrin (Cis Isomers 97% Minimum; Trans Isomers 3% Maximum) (0,115%). Other Ingredients (99,856%) (100,000%).
  • Application Method: Granular
  • Application Season: All
  • Battery Required: No
  • Batteries Included?: No
  • Use Instructions: Directions for Use: it is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Read the following Directions for use carefully and fully before applying this product. Apply this product directly to the lawn, home perimeter, or garden area. Water treated area as directed on this label. Do not water to the point of run-off. Do not make applications during rain. Do apply when insect activity or damage is first observed in the lawn (lawn thins and turns brown or moths fly from the grass when you mow). Repeat application is necessary only if there are signs of renewed insect activity. Do not allow people or pets to enter the treated area until all dusts have settled, watering-in is complete, and the treated area has dried. For residential use only. In New York State, this product may not be applied to any grass or turf area (lawns within 100 feet of a water body (lake, pond, river, stream, wetland, or drainage ditch)). In New York State, do make a single repeat application of this product if there are signs of renewed insect activity, but not sooner than two weeks after the first application. Sevin Insect Killer Lawn Granules is designed for use as a ready-to-use granular insecticide to control various adult and larvae above surfaces of lawns, and gardens. The Directions for use of this product must be followed carefully. It is impossible to eliminate all risks inherently associated with the use of this product. To the extent permitted by applicable law. User agrees to hold Seller harmless for any claims relating to such factors. Lawn, Perimeter, and Garden Applications: Broadcast Sevin Insect Killer Lawn Granules to provide uniform coverage over the treatment area. Locate the listed pest to be controlled in the following table and follow the specified application rate to provide excellent control under typical conditions. When treating for multiple pests, apply the higher of the specified rates. Retreatment may be necessary to achieve and/or maintain control during periods of high pest pressure. Repeat application is necessary only if there are signs of renewed insect activity. Repeat application no more than once per 7 days. Do not exceed 4 lb per 1,000 ft2 per application. Best results are obtained if the treated area is thoroughly watered immediately after application. Residential lawn application: Broadcast this product with spreader equipment to ensure uniform coverage over the treatment area. Perimeter Applications: Apply to ground area 5 to 10 feet wide around and adjacent to the structure. Ornamental & Flower Garden Application: Use this product as a spot treatment or area treatment for pest infestations on or around ornamental trees, shrubs, flowers and ground covers. Certain plants such as annuals may be sensitive to the watered-in granules. A limited area should be treated and observed for one week prior to application to the entire planting. Fruit & Vegetable Garden Application: Apply this product to control listed pests in home fruit and vegetable gardens either as a preventative measure or to control existing infestations. Preventative Applications: This product may be applied just prior to planting or after plants emerge and worked into the top 4 to 6 inches of soil. Use 1-4 lb of product for a 1,000 sq ft area and immediately water the area thoroughly after application for best results. Applications to Control Existing Infestations: Apply this product to the garden area using 1 to 4 lb of product for a 1,000 sq ft area. Best results are obtained if the treated area is thoroughly watered immediately after application. Treat when insects first appear and retreat as necessary. Spreader equipment settings: Broadcast application should be performed with a calibrated broadcast spreader to evenly distribute the granules. Approximate settings for several models are provided in the table below. Mow lawn first for best results. Spreader settings: Broadcast spreaders: Scotts turf builder edgeguard DLX: (Rate (lbs/1,000 ft square)-1, 2, 4). (Setting 4-1/2, 7, 12). Broadcast spreaders: Scotts turf builder edgeguard mini (Rate (lbs/1,000 ft square)-1, 2, 4). (Setting 3-3/4, 5-1/2, 12). Broadcast spreaders: Sta-green rotary: (Rate (lbs/1,000 ft square-1, 2, 4). (Setting-3, 4-3/4, 9. Drop spreaders: Scotts turf builder edgeguard classic: (Rate (lbs/1,000 ft square)-1, 2, 4). (Setting-5-1/4, 8, 10). Note: Spreader settings are approximate. It is recommended that you calibrate your spreader before application since manufactures’ settings can vary among the same model of spreader. Broadcast spreader: If your lawn is rectangular, apply two border strips across each end for a turning area. If your lawn is an irregular shape, apply a border strip completely around it. Then apply product back and forth in the longest direction. Turn the spreader off and on at the edge of each strip to prevent uneven application. Overtop the throw pattern by about a foot to ensure complete coverage. Drop spreader: Apply granules with spreader going in the same direction as the longest part of the lawn. Apply two header strips first. To ensure thorough coverage, make sure to overtap wheel marks. Shutoff the spreader when finished or when the header strips have been reached. Specific Pest Instructions: For optimum control of particular pests, follow recommended procedures outlined below. Ants: Mound treatment, including fire ants: Treat ant mounds by applying 1/2 cup of this product per mound. Water with sufficient force to break its apex and allow the insecticide to flow into the ant tunnels, but not sufficient to significantly damage the mound that may lead to relocation. For best results, apply in cool weather (65 to 80 degrees F) or in early morning or late evening hours. Treat new mounds as they appear. This product will provide control of ant mounds within four hours. Food utensils such as teaspoons and measuring cups should not be used for food purposes after use with insecticide. For optimum control or for heavily infested areas, combine both mound and broadcast treatments. Armyworms, cutworms, an sod webworms: Irrigate the treated area with up to 0.1 inches of water immediately after application to activate (release from the granule) the insecticide. Annual bluegrass weevil (Hyperodes) adults: time application for when adult weevils leave their overwintering sites and move into grass areas. Billbug adults: Apply when adult billbugs are first observed during April and May. Black turfgrass ataenius adults: apply during May and July to control the first and second generation of black turfgrass ataenius adults. Chinch bugs: Irrigate the treated area with up to 0.25 inches of water immediately alter application to activate (release from the granule) the insecticide. Higher applications rates may be required to control populations that contain both nymphs and adults during the summer. In temperate regions, spring applications will provide control of over-wintered chinch bugs. Flea larvae: Irrigate the treated area with up to 0.5 inches at water immediately after application to activate (release from the granule) the insecticide. Mole crickets: Apply as late in the day as possible to moist soil (irrigate before application if necessary), and water in with up to 0.5 inches of water immediately after treatment. Treat grass areas that receive pressure from adult mole crickets in the spring immediately prior to peak egg hatch when young nymphs are located near the soil surface. Use higher and more frequent applications to control larger, more damaging, nymphs later in the year. Scorpions: Treat at dusk to prevent outdoor scorpions from entering the building. Treat areas where scorpions reside hidden during the day such as in cracks and voids. Remove trash, debris, or firewood that scorpions may use as resting sites prior to treatment. Ticks (including ticks that transmit Lyme disease and rocky mountain spotted fever): Target applications to kill juvenile ticks (larvae and nymphs) in late spring or early summer (May/June). Adult ticks can be killed with late summer and fall applications (August/September). Make applications to lawns, shrub beds, ornamental plantings, wooded areas and around outside perimeters of home and other buildings. Irrigate treated areas thoroughly after application to remove chemical from the granules and move down into thatch. Ticks the entire area where exposure to ticks may occur. Use higher surrounding areas on host animals. Do not allow use of treated areas during application. Deer ticks (Ixodes sp.) Apply in mid to late-spring to control larvae and nymphs that reside in the soil and leaf litter. American dog ticks Applications should be made as necessary from mid-spring to early fall to control American dog ticks. Grubs: Water-in granules immediately after treatment with 1/2 inches water. Treat before damage is seen if previous infestation is known to have been an issue in the area. Lawns should be treated for grubs in the late summer and early fall. Inspections can be performed by digging up small sections of sod and examining the soil. If 10 or more grubs are present in a square foot of sod, it is important to treat the lawn. Scarab beetles: Apply granules in the summer when beetles are seen. Water granules in immediately after application to ensure they fall through any thatch to the soil. Sevin Insect Killer Lawn Granules will provide control of the following pests at the application rates listed below. Pest: Aphids (including Greenbug); Armyworms (including lawn armyworm, fall armyworm); Billbugs (including bluegrass billbug, hunting billbug); Black turfgrass ataenius (adult); Bristletail; Caterpillars (including lucerne moth); Chinch bugs; Crickets (including house cricket, common short-tailed cricket, indies short-tailed cricket, arizona cricket, tropical cricket, variable field cricket, fall field cricket, southeastern field cricket, Texas field cricket, spring field cricket, northern wood cricket, western striped cricket, eastern striped cricket, sand field cricket, vocal field cricket, southern wood cricket) cutworms (including black cutworm, bronzed cutworm, granulate cutworm, variegated cutworm); Earwigs; Fiery skipper; Firebrat; Frit fly; Grasshoppers; Ladybeetles; Leafhoppers; Mealybugs; Pillbugs; Scales (including ground pearls); Seed maggots; Sowbugs; Springtails; Striped grassworm; Two-lined spittle bugs; Webworms (including sod webworm, grass webworm, tropical sod webworm); Wireworms; Application: 1 to 2 lbs per 1,000 sq ft. Annual bluegrass weevil (Hyperodes); Bermudagrass mites; Chiggers; Clover mites; Crane flies (larvae); Ground beetle; Ground pearl; Spider mites; Mole crickets (including tawny mole cricket, southern mole cricket, short-winged mole cricket); Spiders (including brown recluse spider, marbled cellar spider, longbodied cellar spider, shortbodied cellar spider, thinlegged wolf spider, burrowing wolf spider, pirate wolf spider); Application: 2 to 4 lbs per 1,000 sq ft. Ants (except carpenter and pharaoh ants); European chafer; Fleas (larvae & adults); Grubs; Imported fire ants (adults) (excluding mound treatments); Millipedes; Scarab beetles (includes Japanese beetle, green June beetle, may beetle); Scorpions (including Arizona stripetail scorpion, southern unstriped scorpion, lesser stripetail scorpion, yellow ground scorpion, California common scorpion, Northern scorpion, Eastern sand scorpion); Ticks (including brown dog tick and ticks that may transmit Lyme disease); Application: 4 lbs per 1,000 sq ft. In the table below, the pre-harvest interval (PHI) refers to the minimum number of days that must pass between the date of the last application and the date of harvest. Reapply if insects return, but not more than once every seven days and according to pre-harvest interval. Vegetable: Artichokes (PHI - 5 days). Beet (Garden) (PHI - 1 day). Brassica Vegetables: Broccoli raab (rapini), Chinese cabbage (bok choy), collards, kale, mizuna, mustard greens, mustard spinach, rape greens (PHI - 7 days). Head & Stem Brassica Vegetables: Broccoli, Chinese broccoli (gal ion, white flowering broccoli), Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, cavalo broccolo, kohlrabi, cabbage, Chinese cabbage (napa) (PHI - 7 days). Corn (sweet) (PHI - 3 days). Cucurbit Vegetables: Chayote (fruit), Chinese waxgourd (Chinese preserving melon), citron melon, cucumber, gherkin, gourd (edible (including hyotan, cucuzza, hechima, Chinese orkra), mormordica spp. (includes balsam apple, balsam pear, bitter melon, Chinese cucumber), muskmelon (includes true cantaloupe, cantaloupe, casaba, crenshaw melon, golden pershaw melon, honeydew melon, honey balls, mango melon, Persian melon, pineapple melon, Santa Claus melon, and snake melon), pumpkin, summer squash (includes crookneck squash, scallop squash, straightneck squash, vegetable marrow, zucchini), winter squash (includes butternut squash, calabaza, hubbard squash, acorn squash, and spaghetti squash), watermelon (includes hybrids and varieties (PHI - 3 days). Head Lettuce (PHI - 7 days). Legume Vegetables - Succulent Edible-Podded Peas, Succulent Shelled Peas and Dried Shelled Peas: Dwarf pea, edible-pod pea, snow pea, sugar snap pea, pigeon pea, English pea, garden pea, green pea, lentil (PHI - 3 days (Succulent) 21 days (Dried)). Legume Vegetables - Succulent Edible-Podded Beans, Succulent Shelled Beans, and Dried Shelled Beans: Runner bean, snap bean, wax bean, asparagus bean, Chinese longbean, moth bean, yardlong bean, jackbean, soybean (immature seed), swordbean, lima bean, broad bean (Fava bean), blackeyed pea, southern pea, grain lupin, sweet lupin, white lupin, white sweet lupin, field bean, kidney bean, navy bean, pinto bean, tepary bean, adzuki bean, catiang, cowpea, crowder pea, moth bean, mung bean, rice bean, Urd bean, chickpea (Garbanzo bean), guar, lablab bean (PHI - 1 day (Succulent) 21 days (Dried)). Fruiting Vegetables: Eggplant, okra, pepino (melon pear), pepper (includes bell pepper, chili pepper, cooking pepper, pimento, sweet pepper) (PHI - 7 days). Peanuts (PHI - 14 days). Root and Tuber Vegetables (Except Sugar Beets): Arracacha, arrowroot, garden beet, edible burdock, edible canna, carrot, cassava (bitter and sweet), celeriac (celery root), chayote (root), turnip-rooted chervil, chicory, chufa, dasheen (taro), ginger, ginseng, horseradish, leren, turnip-rooted parsley, parsnip, oriental radish (dalkon), radish, rutabaga, salsify (oyster plant), black salsify, Spanish salsify, skirret, sweet potato, tanier (Cocoyam), turmeric, turnip, yam bean, yam (true) (PHI - 21 days). Potato (PHI - 21 days). Soybean (PHI - 21 days). Spinach (PHI - 40 days). Tomato (PHI - 1 day). Berries, Fruits, and Nuts: Blueberries (PHI - 1 day). Caneberries including: Blackberries, bingleberries, dewberries, lowberries, marionberries, olallieberries, youngberries, loganberries, raspberries (PHI - 3 days). Grapes (PHI - 30 days). Tree nuts group including: Almond, beech nut, brazil nut, butternut, cashew, chestnut, chinquapin, filbert (hazelnut), hickory nut, macadamia nut, pistachio, walnut (Black and English) (PHI - 7 days). Pecans (PHI - 21 days). Storage and Disposal: Do not contaminate water, food or by storage or disposal. Pesticide Disposal and Container Handling: Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. If empty: Place in trash or offer for recycling if available. If party filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.
  • Caution: Caution: See back panel for additional precautionary statements and directions for use. Environmental Hazards: This pesticide is extremely toxic to fish, aquatic invertebrates, oysters and shrimp. To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters or surface waters. Applying this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area. Sweeping any product that lands on a driveway, sidewalk, or street, back onto the treated area of the lawn or garden will help to prevent run off to water bodies or drainage systems.
  • First Aid Measures: See Label
  • Safety Warnings: Precautionary statements: Hazards to humans (and domestic animals). ; Caution: Harmful if swallowed. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes or clothing. Prolonged or frequently repeated skin contact may cause allergic reactions in some individuals. Wear long-sleeved shirt and long pants, socks, shoes and gloves. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco or using the toilet.