Insecticides / Pesticides
Our most popular Insect Sprays and Foggers are: Zero Tolerance, Frequency Water Mighty Wash, & Azamax

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  1. $12.60

    ECOWORKS EC is an all-natural, OMRI-Listed 4-in-1 insecticide, miticide, nematicide, and fungicide product using 100% high-quality neem seed kernels. ECOWORKS EC is effective against powdery mildew, spider mites, aphids, whiteflies, thrips, fungus gnats, and plant diseases such as botrytis and pythium, making it a truly versatile pest control tool. Available in 8, 16, 32 oz, 1 gal, and 2.5 gal sizes. Learn More
  2. $12.62

    Neem oil is an insecticide, fungicide, nematicide, foliar fertilizer and natural leaf shine. It has three modes of action as an insecticide: Insect Growth Regulation, Feeding Deterrent & Oviposition Deterrent. It is compatible with other biological control agents for integrated pest management programs. Learn More
  3. $11.52

    Neem oil is a broad spectrum insecticide, fungicide, nematicide, foliar fertilizer and natural leaf shine. It has three modes of action as an insecticide: Insect Growth Regulation, Feeding Deterrent & Oviposition Deterrent. This ready to use formulation is compatible with other biological control agents for integrated pest management programs. Learn More
  4. $19.46

    Spinosad is an organic compound produced by fermentation that kills pests feeding on treated plant material. Sunlight and soil microbes break it down into carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen; the formula will not persist in the environment. Learn More
  5. A ready-to-use insecticide containing natural pyrethrin plus canola oil. Use on vegetables, fruits, houseplants, ornamentals, etc. Controls aphids, beetles, mealy bugs, caterpillars, plant bugs, etc. Dormant and growing season insect spray. Insecticide from plants for plants. Does not persist in the environment. Kills all stages of insects, including eggs. Learn More
  6. $11.55

    Pro-control Plus Total Release Aerosol Insecticide combines the quick knockdown of botanical pyrethrins with the residual activity of cyfluthrin. 1 six ounce can treats areas up to 5000 cubic feet. Learn More
  7. $7.56

    Ready To Use Spray Bottle. OMRI Listed formula is an oil spray that destroys insect eggs, larvae & nymphs as well as adults of soft bodied insects. This oil blend also controls a variety of fungal diseases. Learn More
  8. OMRI listed. Organocide 3-In-1 Organic Insecticide formula is an oil spray that destroys insect eggs, larvae & nymphs as well as adults of soft bodied insects. This oil blend also controls a variety of fungal diseases. Learn More
  9. $16.46

    FoxFarm Don't Bug Me formula contains Pyrethrum which attacks aphids, whitefly & other greenhouse pests; it breaks down quickly and can be applied to edible crops through the day of harvest. Learn More
  10. Multi-insect control. Killing insects, including aphids, earwigs, grasshoppers, harlequin bugs, leafhoppers, mealybug control, mites, plant bugs, psyllids, sawfly larvae, soft scales, spider mites, squash bugs, blossom thrips and whiteflies. Learn More
  11. $30.27

    Food Grade Insecticide Formula that kills and deters all insects except honey bees. Learn More
  12. $8.93

    Total Release Aerosol for control of fungus gnats, mites, aphids, whiteflies, scale, mealy bugs & thrips on ornamental and food crops. 3oz for 3000 cubic feet & 5.5oz for 5500 cubic feet Learn More
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    This Formula is one of the strongest Pyrethrin based products on the market. Learn More
  14. $24.40

    Pyrethrum 2 oz bug bomb that delivers up to 3,000 sq. ft. of coverage in greenhouses and indoor gardens. Protects and kills Whiteflies, Spider Mites, Fungus Gnats, and Aphids. For ultimate treatment, use in conjunction with Attain TR. Learn More
  15. $26.12

    2 oz bug bomb that delivers up to 3,000 sq. ft. of coverage in greenhouses and indoor gardens. Protects and kills Whiteflies, Spider Mites, Fungus Gnats, Aphids, and more. Learn More

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We carry insecticides and pesticides to combat almost any attacking pests. From Aphids and Mites to Thrips and Whiteflies GrowersHouse has solutions to your pesky pest problems.

Insecticides are just one type of pesticide, specific to insects. While pesticides are meant to deal with a wide range of pests in general, from insects to nematodes, mites, and fungi.

Aphids are attracted to weak or stressed plants and can appear as pear-shaped insects that can be black, gray, green, yellow, or even pink, sometimes they will have wings. Aphids suck sap from your plants and leave a sticky secretion that can attract other bugs. They can also spread disease from plant to plant, so treatment with water and insecticidal soap are effective ways of controlling aphids. Aphids are much more common outdoors than indoors.

It's the pale, translucent maggot larva of Fungus Gnats that get at your plant's roots, but the adults are relatively harmless (until they lay more eggs of course!) They are most common in the dark, damp areas at the base of hydroponic plants, but can be disastrous once an infestation has occurred. Treat by removing any Algae they feed on then by setting up sticky traps to catch the adults. Sprays of neem oil, insecticidal soap, and pyrethrin are effective means of dealing with adults as well.

Spider Mites are the most common of all the indoor garden pests. These tiny arachnids are so small you may not notice them until they've caused significant damage to your plants. Spider mites harm your plants by taking juices from the stems and are most common under dry conditions. Isolate infested plants as soon as possible. Mites can often be controlled with Pyrethrin a naturally occurring substance in chrysanthemums, which paralyzes bugs and stops spider mites from feeding.

Dealing with yellow, brown, or black Thrips that suck plant juices, can become a challenge with their short life cycle of only a few weeks. Thrips also target your plant's buds and flowers so treatment and prevention are both vital to keeping these pesky critters at bay. Sticky traps and insecticidal soap are effective means of destroying them before they become an issue.

Whiteflies are a tiny, white insect that sucks plant juices at both the wingless and winged stages which leave behind a secretion that breeds fungus called sooty mold. Parasitic wasps can be used in larger grow operations, but removing the eggs from the bottom of leaves before they hatch is the most effective prevention. Sticky traps and neem oil sprays will disrupt the whitefly's life cycle keeping them from becoming egg-laying adults.