Pyrocide 100 insecticide review

Specifications

  • Odor – Slight sweet smell
  • Capacity – 1 gallon (3.8 l)
  • Mixing with other ingredients before use – Use undiluted or diluted in oil
  • Active ingredients – 1% Pyrethrins, 2% Piperonyl Butoxide (PBO), 2.87% N-Octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide (MGK 264)
  • Effective for – mosquitoes and other flying and crawling insects, indoor and outdoor pests
  • Compatibility with foggers – Thermal and ULV
  • Areas where allowed to use – Indoors and outdoors

Review

Pyrocide 100 is an insecticide used to terminate many household and outdoor pests. This is a strong insecticide formula that is used in industrial and food handling areas to get rid of pests, but can also be used by individuals to free a house, backyard, garden or other place from insects.

The insecticide provides both flushing action and quick knockdown, as active ingredients in this formula kills insects on contact. Pyrocide 100 consists of total of 3 active ingredients – 1% Pyrethrins, 2% Piperonyl Butoxide (PBO), 2.87% N-Octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide (MGK 264). These substances allow to quickly and effectively kill majority of insects immediately when coming in contact with the insecticide. Chemicals disrupt the nervous system of an insect and immediately kills it. This solution contains chemicals that can be dangerous not only to pests but also to humans, so be very careful when using the solution and wear appropriate safety clothing and respirator. Read the product label for more information.

Pyrocide 100 comes in a 1 gallon (3.8 l) packaging and costs around 80 dollars. The solution can be used undiluted or can be diluted in oil such as kerosine. Because this is such a strong insecticide formula it is also economical, because you can use it diluted for mosquito control. The solution itself is liquid in clear, golden color and has a small, sweet odor.

On what to use

Mosquitoes, ants, flies, bugs, moths, ticks, beetles, mites, cockroaches, gnats, spiders, wasps, yellow jackets, waterbugs and other indoor and outdoor pests. For full list of target pests read the label of Pyrocide 100 insecticide.

Where to use

This insecticide formula was developed to use primary in food processing and storing areas to control insects often found in these food handling areas. But it can also be used in other indoor, non-food handling areas for pest control and also outdoors for insect control. The solution works great both indoors and outdoors, but remember that different safety rules applies for indoor and outdoor usage of this solution that you can find in label of the product.

Compatibility with foggers

Pyrocide 100 insecticide can be used with both thermal and cold ULV foggers. The solution is specifically designed to be cleaner, so it won’t clog ULV foggers. You can also spray the insecticide with other surface and space sprayers.

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How to use

Before using the product remember to carefully read the label of the product.

The solution can be used undiluted or diluted with kerosine oils. The solution may leave stains, so be careful when using the insecticide on easily stained surfaces. Use the product with both thermal foggers (electric or gas powered foggers) and cold ULV foggers. Do not allow humans or pets to enter the area that has been treated for at least 15 minutes until the solution has dispersed from the area. If used indoors, thoroughly ventilate the indoor area before entering. Make sure there aren’t any exposed food, drinks, dishes and similar objects before fogging. Also make sure there aren’t any pets, birds, fishes and other animals close, before fogging. Don’t fog directly in sewers and drains. The solution is harmful to humans if swallowed, when in contact with skin or eyes so wear safety clothing and respiration mask when applying the insecticide. Store the insecticide in a cool and dry area away from food, drinks, medicine, seeds and similar supplies.

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2 comments

    1. I wouldn’t recommend it since you will be eating the food produced by the crops. For that better choose an insecticide that is based on more natural ingredients.

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