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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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Last Edited by eyeslick June 27, 2020 at 05:42 AM
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyhalothrin

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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Will this work agains fleas? I want to buy some and spray around my dog's house.
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I just carry a electric fly swatter (a good one, not those from HF) around all the time.
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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.
My neighbor behind me put up a bat house 2 years ago and it hasn't had a single bat...any tips?
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It's a struggle, and then your neighbors have a bin of water sitting out and you basically did all that for nothing.
This is true. I do a diligent job spraying my lawn, getting rid of standing water, etc. and it does help to reduce mosquitos on my property. But my neighbors right next door to me on either side have areas of standing water that result in their mosquitos coming over to my lawn.
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So mosquitos wouldn't fly over to bite me if I spray my yard but my neighbors on my left, right and back don't spray?
I dont think it kills airborne mosquitoes though.
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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.
The success rate of bat houses is roughly 35% give or take according to scientific research.
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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.
I can vouch. I own a mosquito business and Talstar is the best and most economical product to use for Mosquito, fleas, tics, spiders, etc.
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Will this work agains fleas? I want to buy some and spray around my dog's house.
Fleas are listed and I have used this for years with good results but permethrin is even better for fleas in my experience so I also buy permethrin once every two or three years. We have three Yorkshire Terriers, each go out several times each day. We take them out front when we spray the backyard, until the next day.
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I am a seasoned vet when it comes to killing mosquitoes. He answer to does this work is yes. But you have to use it more than once. The only way to control mosquitoes is to disrupt their life cycle. Spray this stuff every three weeks.
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Sounds like you graduated with a degree from Facebook University
You call this [discovermagazine.com] Facebook? Or this [cdc.gov]? I am confused! What am I missing?
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC1539106/ [nih.gov]

but for those of you flunkies that can't understand that article here's an easier to read one

https://www.discovermagazine.com/...a-and-sars [discovermagazine.com]
People at this forum surprise me at times. (Not you, but the people who downvoted on this post so much that it was hidden. Mine will soon get hidden too Smilie.
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Any recommendation on good hose-end sprayer? All I can find on Amazon has leaking or weak plastic nut issue
For spraying arund the house i use a 2 gal chapin sprayer. For broadcasting over lawn in using chameleon hose end sprayer.
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You call this [discovermagazine.com] Facebook? Or this [cdc.gov]? I am confused! What am I missing?
Don't feed the trolls
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Aren't those all the same or similar, it's just the concentration make the difference?
Those spray are always either lambda-Cyhalothrin, Bifenthrin, Deltamethrin...all belongs to the group pyrethroid, there is no secret or patent, it's just which pyrethroid they chose regardless of what brands.



Cutter Natural has ingredients as lemongrass oil and potassium sorbate as preservative which is also used in food. You can spray them on flowers and vegetables.
Or you can mix that yourself. I have food grade lemongrass essential oil, peppermint oil, rosemary oil and mix with castile soap as wetting agent to make spray.
You are right. They all belong to pyrethroid group but diff in professional vs these is the concentration of the pyrethroid and also how long it lasts.
Demand CS is the big daddy of this cutter concentrate.
Demands CS - lambda-Cyhalothrin 9.7%
Cutter - lambda-Cyhalothrin 0.16%

Demand CS - "Demand CS combines an advanced generation pyrethroid with a unique capsule suspension formulation for outstanding protection against numerous perimeter insect pests." So it stays on for 90 days.
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Any deals on bat houses? I'd like one for my yard
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