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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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Symptoms of poisoning include burning sensation, convulsions, cough, laboured breathing, shortness of breath, sore throat.[2] Skin exposure may also result in a sensation described as a tingling, itching, burning, or prickly feeling. Onset may occur immediately to four hours after exposure and may last 2–30 hours, without damage. First aid measures are included with the label information.[18]

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I buy bifen and permethrins and add extra to the ready to spray bottles
Just be careful with the dosage. I mixed demand cs and talstar to make a strong mix lol. it didnt do anything. literally had to spray again in 10 days.
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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
Thanks. Spent $10 on sevin dust a month ago. It works but $6 is $6.
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Anybody know if this works
Yes. Added bonus: after 10 applications I grew a third testicle.
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Anybody know if this works
I have a mosquito spraying company. I've never personally tried this product but I've had multiple customers contact me saying they have tried it and did not work well at all.
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I use it all the time. It lasts about a week. It does a really good job of killing mosquitos.
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Anybody know if this works
I can't believe how well it works. Have used it once the last couple of summers and mosquitos in the backyard go from unbearable to nonexistent. Thought it had to be a fluke the first time but it's repeatable.
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Can anyone recommend a product that's safe for children playing in the yard?
Try Cutter Natural. It's been working for us. The product is safe on kids, pets. I would not spray on flowers or on vegetable garden. It smells nice and works instantly. The same rule of thumb applies: get rid of standing water, do not apply before a rain storm, etc.
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Anybody know if this works
I use this every year. It definitely works, but not for the 12 weeks that they claim. I usually re-apply the spray halfway through the summer and it does the job.
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Yes. Added bonus: after 10 applications I grew a third testicle.
Pretty ballsy of you to admit that!
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This stuff is a good part of getting rid of bugs and especially mosquitoes, but mosquitoes are a multi faceted approach for elimination.

First you have to remove all standing water near your property. This can be puddles, water on the top of things, even a little puddle of water in a leaf on your lawn. These all are breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

Next you blanket spray the yard and all your foliage with something like this, but ideally you want a combo of Bifenthrin and an Insect Growth Regulator (IGR). These work to kill current mosquitoes and stop newly laid ones. Don't spray this stuff on flowers though, it can kill bees.

Lastly you need a fogger if you've got a lot of foliage and bushes. A fogger with Bifenthrin and/or IGR will get under the leaves of your bushes and plants where the spray doesn't kit and where is a common area for mosquitoes to lay eggs.

These 3 things together will significantly reduce mosquitoes around your property.

Or build a bat house and figure that out.
So basically put a tremendous amount of toxins in you and the environment around you. Good plan Don.
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I'm waiting for the inevitable, "Will this work in my front yard?" post......
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So basically put a tremendous amount of toxins in you and the environment around you. Good plan Don.
You got a better plan, Dick?
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Check with your local municipality to see if they offer mosquito control. In NJ, they have a Mosquito Control Division that will come out and spray your property for free.
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things like this are terrible for your yard and you end up needing more of it to fight the imbalance it creates over time. They kill mosquitoes and everything else, frogs, lizards, dragonflies, lightning bugs...if they don't kill it directly they kill it by proxy.

Empty the standing water out of items in your yard, grow wildflowers, encourage pollinators, plant a garden while you're at it...and don't spray it with poisons, leave the wasp nests alone unless its by your door and you're allergic. These things work, especially Dragonflies. Bats are better for moths and beetles.

If you want a sterile environment that has no life, try a rubber room!

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Also, if you want to repel gnats and mosquitoes try "Amber Romance" from Victoria's Secret...yep, give it a shot.
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This stuff is a good part of getting rid of bugs and especially mosquitoes, but mosquitoes are a multi faceted approach for elimination.

First you have to remove all standing water near your property. This can be puddles, water on the top of things, even a little puddle of water in a leaf on your lawn. These all are breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

Next you blanket spray the yard and all your foliage with something like this, but ideally you want a combo of Bifenthrin and an Insect Growth Regulator (IGR). These work to kill current mosquitoes and stop newly laid ones. Don't spray this stuff on flowers though, it can kill bees.

Lastly you need a fogger if you've got a lot of foliage and bushes. A fogger with Bifenthrin and/or IGR will get under the leaves of your bushes and plants where the spray doesn't kit and where is a common area for mosquitoes to lay eggs.

These 3 things together will significantly reduce mosquitoes around your property.

Or build a bat house and figure that out.
Great advice, figure I'll use my leaf blower to blast away standing water, and I just got a jug of Talstar P, as well as permethrin. First I'm hearing of the Insect Growth Regulator though - any links or recommendations?
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