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Adonis 75 WSP contains Imidacloprid (4 x 2.25 oz. bags) by ADONIS

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  • For Use In: In and around basements, attics, crawl spaces, hallow block foundations or voids, around wells or cisterns, or direct application to damaged wood, turf and ornamental applications
  • Target Pests: Subterranean Termites, Drywood Termites, Dampwood Termites, Carpenter Ants, other Wood-Infesting Insects Now treats turf and ornamental pests including: Annual bluegrass weevil, Asiatic garden beetle, billbug, black turfgrass ataenius, European chafer, European crane fly, green June beetle, Japanese beetle, oriental beetle, Southern masked chafer, chinchbug (suppression), and mole crickets, Ornamental Tree and Shrub Insects Controlled: Adelgids, aphids, armored scales (suppression), black vine weevil larvae, eucalyptus longhorned borer, flatheaded borer, Japanese beetles, lace bugs, leaf beetles, leafhoppers, leafminers, mealybugs, pecan leaf phylloxera, pecan spittlebug, pecan stem phylloxera, pine tip moth larvae, psyllids, royal palm bugs, San Jose scale, sawfy larvae, soft scales, thrips (suppression), white grub larvae and whiteflies.
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Adonis 75 WSP contains Imidacloprid, the same active ingredient used in premise and merit. Adonis 75 WSP termiticide/insecticide products provide professional-grade, long-lasting and effective termite control. Adonis 75 can be used to do an in-ground perimeter treatment around a home's foundation to prevent termite infestation or for treating localized areas of known subterranean termite activity. It is also excellent for controlling drywood and dampwood termites, borers and other wood-infesting insects in and around basements, attics, crawl spaces, voids, and damaged wood piles. Adonis 75 works differently from other termiticide products that are designed to simply repel or keep termites away from the treated soil area without killing them. Adonis is a non-repellent termiticide, meaning that termites do not detect that Adonis is present. Unsuspecting termites contact Adonis 75 termiticide and then transfer it to other termites, eventually killing the entire colony. NEW: Adonis 75 WSP now has a powerful turf and ornamental label. The same active ingredient in Merit, Adonis 75 WSP can be used as a very effective systemic as well as direct turf and ornamental applications for a variety of pests. Flexible Non-Repellent Termite Protection: Science Meets AffordabilityPre-Construction: Equil AdonisTM is the affordable upgrade for PMPs and builders looking for the highest quality, long-lasting control at a price competitive to the repellent termiticides. Equil Adonis contains imidacloprid, the same active ingredient in Premise® and the first non-repellent to succeed in the rigorous USDA-Forest Service testing, even under the harsh conditions seen in Arizona and Florida, providing full protection for 15 and 12 years, respectively. To date, more homes have been pre-treated with imidacloprid than any other non-repellent termiticide.

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Product Dimensions 4.7 x 7.8 x 3.5 inches
Item Weight 8.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Envincio
ASIN B0195V1MD8
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4.4 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

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Imidacloprid is toxic to any creature that feeds off a treated plant, whether it has been treated by spray or soil drench. Imidacloprid-based systemics are the only product that will keep certain plants alive during our June bug onslaught every year, but it must be used with careful consideration for bees, hummingbirds, butterflies and other non-target species. I limit its use to foliage plants (heuchera especially) or flowering plants that have either finished blooming, or can be dis-budded until the imidacloprid has worn off and the june bug season passes. Imidacloprid is very effective, and therein lies it's main drawback. Don't be that guy who poisons every hummingbird, bee and butterfly in the neighborhood for the sake of his own pretty garden.

That said, conscientious home gardeners who want to save significantly over the purchase of the comparable Bayer products should buy this package of generic imidacloprid powder. However, as other reviews have mentioned, this is not packaged for easy home use. In order to correctly dilute it into usable gallon quantities you really need to measure the powder by weight. The powder itself is so fine and easily compacted that teaspoon/tablespoon measurements can vary wildly. This is concentrate-- the wrong dilution could be injurious to your plants. My solution was to buy a tiny digital scale (from Amazon for $8), which I use exclusively for the imidacloprid. According to my math, you should use 13 grams of powder per 5 gallon bucket, 3.25 grams per 1.25gal watering can, and 2.6 grams per gallon.

One final note: when measuring and mixing your solution, take care to keep the individual bags dry. They are (very) water soluble and can disintegrate easily from hose spray drift, moist hands or even sweat coming off your nose.
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If you've got hundreds of feet of ficus hedge that are suffering from whitefly, Imidacloprid is the most cost effective common insecticide around - and if you try to purchase enough of it in the form of Bayer products from your local Home Depot, you would spend 10 times as much. If you do the math (carefully, since this is very concentrated) and use the correct protective gear, you can save hundreds of dollars ordering this product and mix up your own drench.

The 4 little baggies sealed in this one foil pouch dissolve in water, they are designed to be tossed into the tank of water, but unless you're using a very large tank (25 gallons at least, as I recall), you'd have to cut these open or make a 5 gallon "concentrate" of your own. And the documentation that comes with this in NO way assumes your average homeowner is applying this but rather a professional is with professional sized tanks - so you're on your own to sort out the math/mixing. Again, use appropriate protective gear.

I will reluctantly remove one star for usability, but I honestly expected that sort of thing - you don't save hundreds of dollars and get retail usability. But I found this to be the best deal on the Internet for the product, so it's worth the hassle for me.
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we have siberian elms and this year for the first time ever we had swarms of elm beetles that nearly stripped all the leaves from the trees. we ordered this used it with a deepwatering/root fertilizer type attachment and it seems to have done the trick. things to keep in mind. don't wait to the last minute to order this. it took us just under two weeks to get our batch and by then we had gone from worms to larvae/grubs. second the stuff comes in pouches that dissolve on contact with water. we used it with a deepwater/root attachment for our house, similar to a ross type root fertilizer attachment. we did not mix it with water and then use it. rather, first using rubber gloves we took the pouch, cut the top off and set it into a small container. then we used a large spoon to dip in and remove a couple of tablespoons of the dry mix. the deepwater or root feeder whatever the term, we then opened the part where you would normally put fertilizer in but instead put the imidacloprid powder in. again all this done using rubber gloves. sealed the watering attachment tight. you want to water along the drip line, think of the tree trunk as the center of a circle and the outer edge, the drip line as going out as far as the branching on the tree. we then every ten feet along the drip line filled the deep waterer with the powder, pushed it down into the ground about 18-24" deep and let the water run for approx. 20-30 minutes flushing the mix out into the soil thoroughly. its a pain i know but repeated this process around each tree. the elm beetle has a life cycle going from flying beetle which lays eggs on the leaves, then a couple of weeks as a worm on the backs of the leaves devouring them all, then the worms crawl down the tree to the ground and burrow to become larvae.Read more ›
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Using a foliar spray of 1/8 teaspoon per gallon, as well as soaking the stems at the pot out of the sprayer for 5 seconds, I was able to kill all of the leaf borers in about 100 1 gallon citrus trees. The little bastards were crinkling up all the new growth horribly until I applied this mix.

I also used it on yellow wasp nests in my shed, it killed about half the population in one spray, and the remainder leaving unattended nests after the second spray, 3 days later.

I can't remember if it took 3 days or a week to arrive, but it did arrive in a reasonable time frame.

I'd be careful getting this stuff on your skin, clothes etc...and I'm one who is normally not so nice-nasty. It is a nerve toxin for bugs!
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