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I thought this was a great price, when I bought it at $2 higher, last week. Now, it has dropped to $6.98 with Free Shipping w/ Prime or purchase of $25+ https://www.amazon.com/Cutter-Bac...den&sr=1-1 - In stock July 3

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  • Kills fast: kills mosquitoes, listed ant types, fleas and other listed insects
  • Quickflipphoseeenddsprayerr:hose-end-sprayer activates spray at the flip of a switch – just grip, flip and go
  • Lasts all summer: controls up to 12 weeks against house crickets, carpenter ants, harvester ants, lady beetles and earwigs
  • Coverage: treats up to 5,000 square feet of lawn
  • NO MIXING REQUIRED: Attach the sprayer to a garden hose to treat your lawn, landscape and outdoor surfaces where insects hide
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Kills bees. Wouldn't use this

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It didn't for me. What does work is a bat house provided you live in a suitable area. A single bat house took care of 99% of the bugs around me, plus now I have bats and free fertilizer.
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It works for me. Michigan suburbs. But it only works for about a month. After heavy rain fall the effect seems to be diminished (as one would expect). I usually use it a day before we have company over and make sure to cut your grass before applying (seems to work better than cutting it after)
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I bought it last year and I think there is quite a lot of reduction but is effective for like 7~10 days in my area (suburbs near New Orleans, LA). I personally just buy DEET based mosquito repellent spray for myself and they work great for me but it is harmful for children.
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Home Depot has Ortho Bug B Gon on sale for $6 right now. I picked some up last night since I needed to spray the yard before fleas go crazy

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ortho.../300636265

If you prefer granules, the 10 lb bag is also $6
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ortho.../300570012
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Just buy talstar P or bifentherin with a lawn hose end sprayer. Will last you a lot longer and this is what professional companies use.
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