Bonide 803 Thuricide BT Insect Killer, 16-Ounce
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- 16 oz., Concentrate, Thuricide BT Killer
- Contains .8% Kurstaki
- Certified Organic Thuricide is a liquid formulation of bacteria, Bacillus Thuringiensis (Bt), which is specific to leaf eating caterpillars
- Controls caterpillars, loppers, cabbage worms, and leaf rollers
- Insects stop feeding, and die within 2 to 3 days of consuming product
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 2 x 5 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||803|
|Shipping Weight||1.3 pounds|
Bt Kurstaki 0.80% (liquid Formulation Of Bacteria).
Top Customer Reviews
Started using it on lots of other stuff because of the low toxicity to humans. Works great for corn borers, tomato worms, tent caterpillars, gypsy moth caterpillars,....
So I bought this and started spraying it last year in early May. My friends husband, the landscaper, drove by when we were spraying, which was a weird coincidence since he lives a few miles up) and told us not to bother spraying so soon. I don't care. I wasn't taking any chances. My boyfriend and I looked at each other when he drove away and said, whatever, let's just keep spraying and not take chances. We sprayed twice in May and then several more times over the course of the summer. This year, I have only found two little lonely cocoons hanging out of all of our evergreens (I think we have 7 or so evergreens). I also sprayed our walnut/hickory hybrid tree, which had those web insects (forget what they are called) and I sprayed the mulberrries by the mailbox that also had the web things.
I surreptitiously sprayed my neighbor's evergreens while he was at work and couldn't object. His infestation was still very minor. Sometimes you have to do things for people's own good and they don't have to know. Sort of like sneaking vegetables into your kid's food.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had a certain catepiller (sorry forgot its name) it was munching on my newly planted vine for the pergola top. Read morePublished 13 days ago by A. Kristie
Works. Normal distribution rate makes this item good for many uses.Published 1 month ago by Mark Dever