Safer® Brand Insect Killing Soap With Seaweed Extract RTU 32oz - 6 Pack
- Targets and kills aphids, earwigs, grasshoppers, harlequin bugs, leafhoppers, mealy bugs, mites, plant bugs, psyllids, sawfly larvae, soft scales, spider mites, squash bugs, blossom thrips and whiteflies
- Gentle on plants with no unpleasant odor
- Can be used up until the day of harvest
- OMRI Listed® and compliant for use in organic gardening
- Will not persist in the environment
What's in the Box:
- 6 Ready-to-use Bottles
- (6) 32 fl oz RTU bottles
- Contains potassium salts of fatty acids (2%) and seaweed extract
- All About
All About Insects that Safer® Brand Insect Killing Soap With Seaweed Extract controls
Safer® Brand Insect Killing Soap With Seaweed Extract battles many insects in your garden. Find out about the three major types of insects that Insect Killing Soap helps to control. By learning about these pesky insects that inhabit your garden, you can find effective methods of controlling them so you can have a healthy harvest.
- Why Organic
Expert Tips for a Beautiful Garden!
Gardening can be a very rewarding and healthy undertaking. By using products and methods that are compliant with organic gardening standards, plants grow better, insect pests can be controlled, plant diseases can be eliminated, and lush harvests can be enjoyed!
Tips for Using Insect Killing Soap
Roses, Flowers, Fruits, Vegetables, Houseplants, Trees, Shrubs, and Ornamentals:
Including foliage plants, roses and succulents.
Apply when insects or insect damage appears. Take care to thoroughly wet all infested surfaces. A second application should be timed to control newly hatched young. Repeat every 5-7 days when insects are present. Can be used up until the day of harvest.
NOTE: Do not use on Euphorbias, Gardenias, or delicate ferns. Test for varietal sensitivity on Azaleas, Begonias, Camellias, Fuchsias, Impatiens, Jade Plants and Palms.
FAQs About Insects in Your Garden
Q: Is a spider mite an insect or is it actually a spider?
A: Spider mites belong to a class called arachnids, to which spiders also belong. They are not actually insects. They do cause plenty of problems for plants, however, unlike their larger relatives. More»
Q: My cabbage and broccoli plants are being eaten by bugs that look like they have a colorful shield on their backs. What are they and how do I get rid of them?
A: These pests are known as harlequin bugs. Products containing Insecticidal Soap (potassium salts of fatty acids) and Pyrethrin are very effective on these nasty pests. More»
Q: My neighbor told me I have scales on some of my ornamental plants. What is scale and how do I get rid of them?
A: Scale is tiny insects that attack many plants, sucking the sap or juices from the plants and plant leaves. Insecticidal sprays and Neem Oil products are effective in controlling these pests. More»
Q: Isn't "insecticidal soap" just dishwashing liquid or soap added to water?
A: No. Commercially produced Insecticidal soaps sold at garden centers and similar retail stores are composed of potassium salts of fatty acids from plants and animals. They work by penetrating and destroying the outer shell or membrane of the insect causing it to dehydrate and die. More»