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Ticks Insecticide

Ixodida Insecticide

Description of Ticks (Ixodida):
Ticks are a bloodsucking insect that can be found in the yard. A good way to prevent them in the turf is to keep minimal thatch and leaf litter at the soil level--a place where the ticks like to live. Additionally, mowing frequently is a good method of prevention for ticks.
According to the manufacturer approved labels: The following 13 insecticides, applied at the listed application rates, will control Ticks.
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Blanket Treatment
per
Label Rate:
0.404 ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 829 square feet
at a cost of
$12.03 per 1,000 sqft
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Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Broadcast Treatment
Label Rate:
2.67 lbs per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 5000 square feet
at a cost of
$5.20 per 1,000 sqft
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Blanket Treatment
Label Rate:
0.5 - 1 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 96000 - 192000 square feet
at a cost of
$0.22 - $0.44 per 1,000 sqft
Instructions:
Including ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. Make application to the entire area where contact with ticks may occur. Do not make spot treatments. When applying to areas with heavy leaf litter or dense ground cover use higher spray volumes. To attain and/or sustain control in times of high pest pressure, retreatments may be necessary; retreat only if signs of continued or renewed tick activity are present. Repeat treatments must not be made more often than once per 7 days. Deer ticks (ixodes sp.) have a four-stage life cycle spanning 2 years. Treat in late fall and/or early spring to both larval and nymphal stages present in leaf litter and the soil, and adults living in the grass and low-lying vegetation above ground. American dog ticks invade suburban settings in areas where residences and dwellings are constructed on former fields or wooded areas. These pests normally gather by paths or roadways where they are likely to find a host. To control tick larvae, nymphs and adults, treatments should take place, as needed, from mid spring to early fall.
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Blanket Treatment
Label Rate:
0.14 - 0.27 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 4000 - 8000 square feet
at a cost of
$2.11 - $4.22 per 1,000 sqft
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Broadcast Treatment
Label Rate:
3.33 lbs per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 4000 square feet
at a cost of
$7.25 per 1,000 sqft
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Blanket Treatment
Label Rate:
0.4 - 0.6 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 26667 - 40000 square feet
at a cost of
$1.06 - $1.58 per 1,000 sqft
Instructions:
Apply when pests become evident. Apply as a broadcast spray in a minimum of 2 gallons of water per 1,000 square feet. Delay irrigation or mowing for 24 hours after application for optimum control of surface-feeders such as cutworms and webworms.
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Blanket Treatment
Label Rate:
0.33 - 0.65 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 24615 - 48485 square feet
at a cost of
$0.63 - $1.24 per 1,000 sqft
Instructions:
For residential lawns, apply Demon Max at the rate of 0.33-0.65 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft in a volume of water sufficient for uniform coverage such as 3-20 gal. Use the lower rate to knock down pests and the higher rate where faster knockdown or greater residual is desired. The maximum application rate on lawns and other turfgrass is 0.44 lb ai/A (0.0101 lb ai/1,000 sq ft). Lawn should not be longer than 3 inches at the time of application. Base need for retreatment upon monitoring for pest presence. Application in combination with compatible surfactants may enhance penetration. Arid climates generally require the higher volume.
For example refer to Lawn Application Dilution Table in the Label.
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Broadcast Treatment
Label Rate:
2.3 - 4.6 lbs per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 5435 - 10870 square feet
at a cost of
$3.04 - $6.07 per 1,000 sqft
Instructions:
(Including ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever): Make application to the entire area where contact with ticks may occur. Do not make spot treatments. Treat the whole area where contact to ticks may occur. When treating areas with dense ground cover or heavy leaf litter use higher application rates. Ticks may be reintroduced from surrounding areas on host animals. Do not allow public use of treated areas during application. Deer ticks (Ixodes sp.) have a four-stage life cycle spanning 2 years. To control larvae and nymphs that live in the soil and leaf litter, treatments should be made in mid to late-spring. American dog ticks invade suburban settings in areas where residences and dwellings are constructed on former fields or wooded areas. These pests normally gather by paths or roadways where they are likely to find a host. To control tick larvae, nymphs and adults, treatments should take place, as needed, from mid spring to early fall.
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
Label Rate:
64 fluid ounces per gallon
Cost Effectiveness:
Makes 0.125 gallons
at a cost of
$295.28 per gallon
Blanket Treatment
Label Rate:
0.11 - 0.24 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 33798 - 69585 square feet
at a cost of
$0.53 - $1.09 per 1,000 sqft
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Blanket Treatment
Label Rate:
0.4 - 0.8 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 40000 - 80000 square feet
at a cost of
$0.45 - $0.90 per 1,000 sqft
Instructions:
Use the higher rate for fast knockdown and increased residual control. Dense or excessive (greater than 3 inches) lawn height and arid conditions may require higher volume application rates. Repeat application if necessary. Application in combination with compatible surfactants or wetting agents may enhance penetration.
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Blanket Treatment
Label Rate:
0.5 - 1 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 16000 - 32000 square feet
at a cost of
$0.94 - $1.87 per 1,000 sqft
Instructions:
(Including ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever): Do not make spot applications. Treat the entire area where exposure to ticks may occur. Use higher spray volumes when treating areas with dense ground cover or heavy leaf litter. Ticks may be reintroduced from surrounding areas on host animals. Retreatment may be necessary to achieve and/or maintain control during periods of high pest pressure. Repeat application is necessary only if there are signs of renewed activity. Limit repeat application to no more than once per seven days.
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Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Broadcast Treatment
Label Rate:
2.3 - 4.6 lbs per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 5435 - 10870 square feet
at a cost of
$3.59 - $7.18 per 1,000 sqft
Instructions:
Ticks (Including ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever): Do not make spot applications. Treat the entire area where exposure to ticks may occur. Use higher application rates when treating areas with dense ground cover or heavy leaf litter. Ticks may be reintroduced from surrounding areas on host animals. Do not allow public use of treated areas during application. 
Deer ticks (Ixodes sp.) have a complicated life cycle that ranges over a two year period and involves four life stages. Applications should be made in mid to latespring to control larvae and nymphs that reside in the soil and leaf litter. 
American dog ticks may be a considerable nuisance in suburban settings, particularly where homes are built on land that was previously field or forest. These ticks commonly congregate along paths or roadways where humans are likely to be encountered. Applications should be made as necessary from mid-spring to early fall to control American dog tick larvae, nymphs and adults
Preventative
Curative
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Spot Treatment
No spot treatment rates listed. Please, review the label or contact the merchant for more information.
Broadcast Treatment
Label Rate:
2.3 - 4.6 lbs per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 5435 - 10870 square feet
at a cost of
$4.09 - $8.19 per 1,000 sqft
Instructions:
Ticks (Including ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease and RockyMountain Spotted Fever): Do not make spot applications. Treat theentire area where exposure to ticks may occur. Use higher applicationrates when treating areas with dense ground cover or heavy leaf litter.Ticks may be reintroduced from surrounding areas on host animals. Donot allow public use of treated areas during application. 
Deer ticks (Ixodes sp.) have a complicated life cycle that ranges overa two year period and involves four life stages. Applications should bemade in mid to late-spring to control larvae and nymphs that reside inthe soil and leaf litter. 
American dog ticks may be a considerable nuisance in suburban settings, particularly where homes are built on land that was previouslyfield or forest. These ticks commonly congregate along paths or roadways where humans are likely to be encountered. Applications shouldbe made as necessary from mid-spring to early fall to control Americandog tick larvae, nymphs and adults.

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