Safer® Brand Grub Killer Concentrate 32oz Hose-End Sprayer

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  • Kills a wide variety of pests in their larval stage.
  • OMRI Listed® - compliant for use in organic gardening.
  • Spares many beneficial insects such as honey bees and lady bugs.
  • Hose-end sprayer attaches easily for quick use.
  • 3 different modes of action result in broad spectrum control.
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Description

Safer® Brand Grub Killer, Ready-to-Spray Concentrate

Safer® Brand Grub Killer effectively kills larval stages of insects including - Leafminers, Gypsy Moths, Webworms, Hornworms, Grasshoppers, Chinch bugs, Billbugs and White Grubs. White Grubs are the larval stage of beetles including Japanese Beetles and Northern Masked Chafer grubs.

Utilizing a derivative of the seed of Neem trees, this Grub Killer controls by 3 modes of action resulting in broad spectrum control. It disrupts insects’ delicate hormonal balance so they die before molting to the next life stage. Grub Killer also suppresses some insects’ desire to feed and repels many insects in areas that have been sprayed.

OMRI Listed® and compliant for use in organic gardening, Grub Killer kills or repels a broad assortment of insect pests but spares many beneficial insects such as honey bees and lady bugs. Without beneficial insects to control pest populations, plants are even more vulnerable to new infestations.

This convenient, 32 oz ready-to-use spray formula attaches directly your hose. There is no mixing necessary, and this easy to use formula will last up to 7 days!

Directions for Grub Control:

  1. Shake well before using. (Not for use in food handling areas.)
  2. Most effective when applied 2-3 times at 7-10 day intervals for proper lawn grub control.
  3. Application directly onto the target pest will increase efficacy (look for grub damage).
  4. Time applications for early to mid-morning or late afternoon.
  5. Do not add other chemicals to Grub Killer.
  6. Do not apply to wilted, stressed, or newly transplanted materials prior to root development.

Note: Keep unprotected persons out of treated areas until spray has dried. Read entire directions on label before using.

Directions for Hose End Applicator Use:

  1. Make sure knob is twisted fully clockwise to off position. Shake well and then attach to hose.
  2. Turn product control button clockwise until the flat portion is flush with the lock tab, then push button all the way in. Avoid squeezing the bottle.
  3. Turn water on at faucet, aim nozzle towards surface to be sprayed and turn knob counter-clockwise to begin spraying.
  4. When finished, push product control button to OFF position from opposite side. Return knob and faucet to OFF position. Discharge water pressure by turning knob off and on.

Foliar Applications (Trees and Shrubs) Notes:

  1. Grub Killer will treat up to 10 ten foot trees.
  2. Repeat application 2 to 3 times at an interval of 7-10 days.
  3. Apply to leaf surfaces to run-off.
  4. Be sure to coat underside of leaves as this is where many insects hide. Avoid excessive application

Lawn Application Notes:

  1. Grub Killer will treat approximately 2000 - 4000 square foot.
  2. Apply Grub Killer 2-3 times on a 7-10 day interval to ensure effective lawn grub control of surface and sub-surface feeding pests.

Safer® Brand is the leader in alternative lawn and garden products, offering many solutions that are compliant with organic gardening standards. Safer® Brand recognizes this growing demand by consumers, and offers a wide variety of products for lawns, gardens, landscapes, flowers, houseplants, insects and more!

Specs

Safer® Brand Grub Killer, Ready-to-Spray Concentrate Specifications

Product Features:

  • Kills larval stages of insects including Leafminers, Gypsy Moths, Webworms, Hornworms, Grasshoppers, Chinch bugs, Billbugs and White Grubs
  • OMRI Listed® and compliant for use in organic gardening

What's in the Box:

  • 1 spray bottle

Specifications:

  • Active Ingredients: Azadirachtin (.09%)
  • 32 oz ready-to-use spray
  • Lasts up to 7 days
Reviews

Disclaimer: Safer® Brand does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.

Safer® Brand Grub Killer Concentrate 32oz Hose-End Sprayer is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Always reliable! I have been buying Safer Neem products for years.I love that you can use this product on my flowers and bushes as well as the grass and never worry about damaging any of my plants.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Help! The beetles have landed! I have used this product in past years to offset our annual Japanese Beetle invasion. It's easily applied, and I'm glad that I don't have to wear hazmat gear to use it!
Date published: 2016-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use, super fast delivery. I used this to kill grubs on the lawn in September because we had so many Japanese beetles this past Spring and Summer. Won't know if effective until Spring to see if fewer beetles in roses and shrubs.
Date published: 2015-09-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from grub killer Worked as stated. Glad to find an organic solution to my grub problem.
Date published: 2013-05-02
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Q&A

Is there a specific time of year that this should be applied? It was my understanding that grub larva were closest to the surface in July/August. After that they went deeper in the soil. Thanks

Asked by: jtrai4911
This product should be applied in early to mid-morning or late afternoon when grub damage has been noticed. We recommend avoiding using this product when the ground is frozen.
Answered by: Consumer Relations
Date published: 2016-11-03

How many square feet can I cover with one bottle?  Thank you 

Asked by: Anonymous
This product will treat approximately 4000-6000 square feet.
Answered by: Consumer Relations
Date published: 2016-10-13

is safer brand grub killer safe to use in vegtable garden?

Asked by: camis
This product is only recommended to be applied to trees, shrubs and lawn. It is not recommended for use in a vegetable garden.
Answered by: Consumer Relations
Date published: 2016-08-13

Is Safer Grub Killer safe around pets, such as dogs, or must they be kept out of area for a period of time?

Asked by: labs
Pets should be kept from the treated area until the product has dried completely.
Answered by: Consumer Relations
Date published: 2016-08-09
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All About

All About Insects that Safer® Grub Killer controls

Safer® Brand Grub Killer battles many insects in your garden. Find out about the larval stage and adult stages of these insects that inhabit your garden. By learning about these pesky insects, you can find safe, effective methods of controlling them so you can have a healthy harvest without adding toxins to our environment.

Learn More:

Why Organic

Why Organic?

The benefits of going organic in your lawn and garden are exponential! In addition to helping improve the environment and decreasing the chances of accelerated disease in your family, going organic can provide mental and physical benefits, long-term money-savings, and increased vitamin and mineral content in your soil, among other things.

Learn more:

Benefits of Going Organic

Organic gardening provides for intense, realistic flavors in your food, and higher vitamin and mineral content than in conventionally produced foods. Organic Gardening: It's good for the environment and healthier for you and your family!

Organic vs. Natural - How to Read Labels

In the world of pesticides and repellents the words "organic" and "natural" are often mistakenly used to replace one another. Understanding product labels and certifications can help clear up the confusion.

Tips

Tips for Using Safer® Brand Grub Killer

What you need to know:

  • Shake well before using.
  • Use Grub Killer spray solutions within 8 hours of mixing for maximum effectiveness. Do not store diluted spray solution for later use.
  • Not for use in food handling areas.
  • Since Grub Killer interferes with insect growth functions, it is most effective when applied 2-3 times at 7-10 day intervals.
  • Applying Grub Killer directly onto target pest will increase efficacy.
  • Time applications for early to mid-morning or late afternoon.
  • Do not add other chemicals to Grub Killer Solution.

Do Not Apply Safer® Brand Grub Killer to the Following:

  • Do not apply to wilted, stressed or newly transplanted materials prior to root development.
  • Do not apply to known sensitive plant species without prior testing.
  • Do not apply to hibiscus flowers due to potential plant damage.

Safer® Brand Grub Killer Hose End Applicator Instructions:

  1. Make sure knob is twisted fully clockwise to OFF position. Shake well, then attach to hose.
  2. Turn Product Control Button clockwise until the flat portion is flush with the lock tab, then push button all the way in. Avoid squeezing the bottle.
  3. Turn water on at faucet, aim nozzle toward surface to be sprayed and turn knob counter-clockwise to begin spraying.
  4. When finished, push Product Control Button to OFF position from opposite side. Return knob and faucet to Off position. Discharge water pressure by turning knob ON and OFF again. Turn Product Control Button counter-clockwise away from lock tab to prevent accidental discharge. Store out of reach of children and pets.

Foliar Application (Trees and Shrubs)

For use on trees and shrubs on home landscapes to control the immature larval stages of the following insect pests: leafminers, leaf hoppers, gypsy moths, weevils, psyllids, webworms, hornworms, spruce bud worms, pine sawflies, elm leaf beetle and grasshoppers.

Use Directions:

The 32 oz hose-end applicator for trees and shrubs will treat up to 10 fen foot trees. Repeat application 2 to 3 times at an interval of 7-10 days. Apply to leaf surfaces to run-off. Be sure to coat underside of leaves as this is where many insects hide. Avoid excessive application.

Lawn Application:

For use on home lawns to control the immature larval stages of the following insect pests:

Mole crickets, white grubs, sod webworms, fall armyworms, chinch bugs, hyperodes weevil, and billbugs.

Use Directions:

The 32 oz hose-end applicator for lawns will treat approximately 2000-4000 square feet. Apply Grub Killer 2-3 times on a 7-10 day interval to insure effective control of surface and sub-surface feeding pests.

Storage and Disposal of Safer® Brand Grub Killer:

Storage: Keep in original container. Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight, feed or foodstuffs. Keep container tightly sealed when not in use. Do not store below 50°F. (10°C) or above 95°F (35°C)

Pesticide and Container Disposal:

If empty: Do not reuse this container. Place in trash or offer for recycling if available.

If partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.

FAQs

Garden Pest Control - FAQs

Q: Can insect pests survive the winter and affect my garden next year?

A: Yes, many insect pests can survive cold winters by "overwintering" under plant debris and leaves on the ground. This is why it is very important to remove plant debris after harvesting this year's crop and then till the soil.

 

Q: Help! I have bagworms on my small evergreens. How do I get rid of them?

A: Fall, winter or early in the spring is the best time to do this, before the eggs inside of the "bags" have hatched. If you have a larger infestation, a product containing B.t. or Bacillus thringiensis can be used to help control the bagworms.

 

Q: How do I know if my plant is being attacked by an insect or a disease?

A: An insect will leave holes in the plant leaves that you can see when turning the leaves over. You may also see the insects themselves on the underside of leaves. You can also see and feel a sticky substance from insect secretion on the plants.

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