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Bonide Chemical 802 Bacillus Thuricide Liquid, 8-Ounce
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- BT Kurstaki 15%
- A liquid formulation of bacteria
- Controls caterpillars, loppers, cabbageworms, hornworms, leaf folders and leaf rollers
- Won't harm beneficial insects
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BT Kurstaki 15%. A liquid formulation of bacteria. Controls caterpillars, loppers, cabbageworms, hornworms, leaf folders and leaf rollers. Won't harm beneficial insects.
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This will lose potency in sunlight so I respray about every three days. Or after a hard rain or if I have to run the overhead sprinklers. This is a must have for anyone that grows tomatoes and is a natural way to kill the caterpillars that will kill your plants in just a few hours. This arrived on time and I was waiting for the mail, since heat will kill the BT if it gets too hot I did not want it to set for hours in a hot mailbox, it smelled like the last few bottles I have bought and worked as it should one bite feeding stops and the caterpillars die. Keep it in a cool place to keep the BT alive. This works well and I am happy with the results no damage and dead caterpillars with no harm to the good bugs in my garden.
Natural Caterpillar Killer
Mix with cool water
Easy to apply
Kills with one bite
None harmful to beneficial insects.
None at this time this arrived fresh and is killing the caterpillars.
I bought this at full price with no discount, and did not have to review, but I like to review and I also count on reviews to help me make my purchase choice, so full price or discount I will always leave an honest review. Discounts are way too easy to find online so never any extra stars for a discount.
And in using it on my cole crops this summer, I found that I solved the problem of leaves being all chewed up by those little green worms. It was so nice to see the plants staying full and vigorous and able to produce the largest possible heads (since the health of the plant determines the fruit), and I no longer found lots of green worms in the broccoli after cooking it (since you can't see them really well on the broccoli), but I also didn't need to feel guilty about my pesticide!
I did find I had to be careful not to spray near the bees, which wasn't easy.
Unfortunately there isn't really a pesticide for the white moths that lay the eggs beyond catching them in nets, or blasting them with soapy water (that worked pretty well, actually), if you have the time, so getting the worms is the next best thing. I did find that I had to include a "spreader-sticker", which I fortunately already had, but I am told that adding some soap works too.
It's just that you do have to repeat this spraying every week, and that's another time-consuming chore, but I know that by killing all those worms, I should have far fewer moths next year, etc.
Normally, I have an issue with fungus gnats in my house during monsoon season but after spraying several key locations in my house earlier this year, I have seen none.
The tomatoes of mine that have neither hornworms nor pinworms are those: (i) sprayed according to this schedule; or (ii) protected by a net with small mesh (1/2 inch) that completely covers the plant to prevent the moth from laying its eggs. Photos 1a and 1b show beautiful tomatoes that are not damaged.
Following pics show damages to tomatoes that were sprayed sporadically (not in accordance with schedule) or not protected by a net: Photo 2 shows pinworms damaging the ripened tomatoes: the worm got inside the fruit and wait until it is ripe before start eating from the inside. Photos 3a and 3b show a hornworm eating half of a green tomato, baring several rows of white teeth in the form of suction cups.
It mixes very well the smell was not too bad and it was very effective. If I applied it in the evening after it was cooler in the evening it did not do any damage to the petunias or any surrounding plants. I will purchase this again when I run out.