Mosquitos

  1. $13.27

    Prozap Insect Guard gives broad spectrum insect control for both crawling and flying insects. Treats approximately 900-1200 cubic feet. Contains dichlorvos and dimethyl phosphate. Learn More
  2. Mosquito Dunks are made with Bacillus thuringiensis, microorganisms that produce chemicals toxic to insects. When insects consume this biological pesticide, the microorganisms interfere with their digestion causing them to die from hunger or infection. This product can be used in any containerized standing water. Learn More
  3. Mosquito Dunks are made with BTI Bacillus thuringiensis, microorganisms that produce chemicals toxic to insects. When insects consume this biological pesticide, the microorganisms interfere with their digestion causing them to die from hunger or infection. This product can be used in any containerized standing water. Learn More
  4. $91.70

    This Total Release Aerosol Insecticide combines the knockdown power of pyrethrins with the 8 week residual activity of cyfluthrin. Learn More
  5. $23.25

    This formula is designed to control fungus gnats, mites, aphids, moths and other garden pest. It can be used as a plant spray, area spray, soil drench or added to hydroponic nutrient reservoirs. 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. $17.84

    Microbe-Lift kills developing mosquitoes. This product is safe to apply in areas that contain aquatic life or may come in contact with animals or people. One Teaspoon treats 540 square feet of water. 2 oz. Treats 400 gals. for 2 years. Contains BTI Bacillus thuringiensis Learn More
  8. $23.17

    Microbe-Lift kills mosquito larva. Safe to apply in areas that contain aquatic life or may come in contact with animals or people. One Teaspoon treats 540 square feet of water. 6 oz.Treats 2,000 gals. for 16 months. Contains BTI Bacillus thuringiensis. Learn More