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The Safer Brand insect killing soap utilizes the power of potassium salts of fatty acids to weaken the insects waxy protective outer shell. 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.
Use on houseplants, ornamental foliage plants, flowering plants, and fruits and vegetables. Kill aphids, mealy bugs, spider mites, and whiteflies.
Safer Brand Insect Killing Soap with Seaweed Extract is a special formulation of insecticidal soap that kills a variety of plant-eating insects on contact, while allowing your garden and other beneficial organisms to thrive. It’s OMRI-listed and compliant for use in organic gardening; just spray your plants, flowers and edibles to protect them from insect destruction without leaving behind any harmful residues.
For years, savvy gardeners have used seaweed extract to improve the overall health of their vegetation and accelerate growth. Now, you can treat your plants with seaweed extract with every spray of Safer Brand Insect Killing Soap thanks to its unique formulation.
Insecticidal soap (otherwise known as potassium salts of fatty acids) is a commonly used pesticide made with natural plant extracts that dehydrate and kill certain insects on contact. Soft-bodied insects like aphids and mealybugs are most effected by insecticidal soap, which works by weakening their bodies’ waxy coating and penetrating their cellular membranes causing water to leak out. This particular solution is carefully formulated to give you the ideal concentration of the active ingredient to target these harmful insects while allowing other beneficial species to thrive. Just spray at the first signs of insects and their damage, and apply regularly to keep your plants pest-free.
Fruits and Vegetables
Apply directly to your organic crops until the day of harvest.
Safely defend your roses and a range of other flower varieties. But first, test for any rare sensitivities.
Easily treat any trees and shrubs that may be susceptible to destructive infestations.
Use indoors on houseplants without worrying about harming your family or pets.
Besides preventing the harmful effects caused by synthetic chemicals, organic gardening offers a host of additional economic and health benefits. An organic regimen saves money in the long run by helping to create sustainable gardens that produce greater yields, reducing the need for fertilizers and pest controls over time. Furthermore, increased organic matter in your soil reduces erosion and conserves water, and organic produce is more flavorful and nutrient-dense. Because Safer products are third-party endorsed for use in organic gardening - both by OMRI and the USDA - you can be sure that you are using the healthiest and most economical solutions for you, your plants and your family.
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|Classification||insecticide||herbicide||fungicide, insecticide & miticide||insecticide||insecticide||fungicide|
|Active Ingredients||neem oil; pyrethrins; potassium salts of fatty acids||potassium salts of fatty acids||potassium salts of fatty avoids; sulfur||pyrethrins; potassium salts of fatty acids||potassium salts of fatty acids||sulfur|
|Kills Adult Insects||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Controls Fungi and Plant Diseases||✓||✓|
|OMRI Listed and Compliant for Use in Organic Gardening||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
a friend recommended this for my house plants which had sticky scales on them worked like a charm. happy with the results.Published 9 days ago by Vaishali Patel
Worked on the first spray. My outdoor plants had white flies, within a few days they were gone...Published 16 days ago by Mercy Spinuzzi
Still trying to see if it really works. Morning Glories have all kinds of holes in the leaves.Published 20 days ago by Leon Eggleston
Yes this totally did the trick. I had aphids (or something similar) killing my potted plants. Used this for about a week and my flowers are back and blooming!Published 21 days ago by DC Reviewer 2011
Works on leaf footed tomato bugs, the scourge of Texas. I'm not convinced it's better than surfactant in water, which is much cheaper. Read morePublished 25 days ago by R. Startzman