Summit Responsible Solutions Mosquito Bits - Quick Kill, 30 Ounce
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- Environmentally Sound Biological Mosquito Control
- Sprinkle Mosquito Bits to quickly annihilate the larval population; Corn cob granules coated in Bti, the Bits (do not last long but) provide a punch, turning water black with larvae, to a clear pool void of future mosquitoes
- The Mosquito Bits are labeled to control Fungus Gnats in plant beds or pots
- Bits can be sprinkled on the soils surface or mixed with potting soil prior to planting will kill fungus gnat larvae with the same safety and target specific control offered for mosquito larvae
- EPA registered in all 50 states; Bti has no toxicity to people, does not pose a risk to humans and is approved for use for pest control in organic farming operations
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 12 x 9 in||11.5 x 0.8 x 13.3 in||2 x 5.25 x 11.5 in||2.7 x 5.9 x 2.6 in||4.53 x 8.03 x 1.26 in|
|Size||30 Ounce||20 pack||Pack of 1||8 Oz.||100 Gram Bars|
Sound biological mosquito control - Kills within 24 hours. Kills before mosquitoes are old enough to bite. Sprinkle in any standing water
Bacillus Thuringiensis Subspecies Isrealensis Primary Powder Aedes Aegypti (Aa) International Toxic Units (Itu) Per Milligram Primary Powder.
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UNTIL we found this stuff.
I sprinkled some in the pond and started noticing within a few days that mosquitoes couldnt pick up and carry off the dog anymore... after a week, they are almost gone. Sure theres the occasional one or two buzzing around sticking their tongues out at us as they fly by... but I can actually go out and enjoy my garden for a change without taking a bath in DEET first.
Very Very VERY pleased with this stuff and I will be buying more every season.
Now maybe my neighbors will talk to me and stop contemplating bulldozing my pond over when Im out of town! Ha!
To those that put a little around their yard and still find mosquitoes in their face, Im going to suggest that you are not finding the source of where they are coming from. This stuff isnt a "magic force field"...
06/01/2013 UPDATE: I still use Mosquito Bits every season and Im STILL VERY VERY pleased with this product. My garden has proudly been certified a National Wildlife Habitat and every life form that uses my pond THRIVES. I allow my dog to drink from the pond with no worries. He has never shown any effect whatsoever. The fish, frogs, tadpoles, raccoons, squirrels, bunnies make their home here and all are welcome... except for the mosquitos. ;0)
Not one season has gone by without using these marvellous little mosquito bits. They really do make a difference. It's the difference of wearing shorts and tank to water my flowers or a full length space suit drenched in citronella. I still might end the day with a bite. But that's far from calling this product a failure by any means. Patience and due diligence, dear reader. You must put forth effort to gain effective results.
I have found they need to be sprinkled every 6-8 weeks maybe less, maybe more depending on the weather. Wet weather brings more puddles in the yard so I don't always catch them in time and let's face it, you'll never get every single mosquito unless you have a nuclear bomb handy. But last year I procrastinated and was late with my fist spring pond sprinkle. Yi yi yi! lesson learned! I'm not going to let that happen this year. I saw my fist one today already. We had a mild winter and there's no doubt they'll be out early and extra thick this year.
Again I will mention, if you still see a few mosquitos, that's going to happen no matter what you do... unless you plan to back a dump truck of mosquito bits up to your pond. That would be expensive. Don't do that. Just be diligent, use common sense and toss out a few sprinkles every few weeks. I generally go thru 2 bottles each season (when not extremely wet) and only one bottle a few summers ago when it was so dry. If they still bother you then turn to your neighbor's yard and see if you see any possible standing water.
My faithful dog is still for paws on the ground and lapping it up on warm summer days and he's as healthy as a horse. I added a few pet store goldfish a few summers ago and two of them are as big as my forearm. I have bullfrogs that can wake the dead with their evening rawp and I have the damn squirrels that chewed through my internet cable and caused me a bunch of headache. Raccoons are in my trash, the rabbits are teasing the dog with their speed he no longer possess and I have these crawfish digging weird holes on the pond banks. And I wouldn't have it any other way.
I highly recommend this product (Bits or Dunks) but the bits are best for small amounts of water because you can use small amounts (cheaper per use). All you need to do is sprinkle one teaspoon for every 25 square feet or less. And it doesn't harm wildlife or pets.
I've set up calendar reminders through September to do bi-weekly applications... I'll see if that's the right interval for me as it is for others. The jug will probably last me at least 3 summers. I'm a changed man.
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