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Advion Insect Bait

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DuPont Advion Insect Granules can be used as a broadcast or outdoor perimeter treatment for a variety of insects. Advion Insect Granules contains the active ingredient Indoxacarb and is formulated to be highly attractive to a multitude of insect species.

Target Pests

Advion Insect Granules are used to control and kill house crickets field crickets earwigs silverfish and ants (except red imported fire ants harvester ants carpenter ants and pharaoh ants)

For Use In

Advion Insect Granules can be used on lawns in residential commercial public and institutional landscaped areas golf courses parks recreational areas and sports and/or athletic fields. Indoors Advion Insect Granules can be used in crawl spaces attics and basements of buildings or structures.



Broadcast Application: Advion Insect Granule may be applied as a broadcast application at the rate of 50 to 200 pounds of product per acre. Calibrate and adjust equipment prior to application to ensure that the proper rate of product is uniformly applied over the treatment area. Repeat application after 7 days, if necessary.

Perimeter Application: To control pests listed above, apply to ground area in a band up to 10 feet wide around and adjacent to the structure.

Boundary Application: To control pests listed above, apply to soil areas, fencelines, ornamental gardens, pavement crevices, planter areas, vegetation areas and mulch areas.


Crawl Spaces:

Perimeter- apply Advion Insect Granule along the edge of crawl space in a band approximately 6 to 12 inches wide at a rate of 2 oz bait granules per 10 linear feet. Monitor the crawlspace area treated and reapply bait granules only as needed.

Broadcast- apply Advion Insect Granule as a broadcast treatment at a rate of 1.15 lbs granules per 1,000 sq. ft. The minimum application rate for cockroaches is 2.3 lbs bait granules per 1000 sq. ft., equivalent to 3.68 oz. per 100 sq. ft. Monitor the crawl space area treated and reapply bait granules only as needed.

Basements: Apply Advion Insect Granule in finished or unfinished basements using bait stations. Place 2-4 oz. of bait granules in each bait station, depending on the bait station design and size. Apply Advion Insect Granule in basements by using commercially available bait stations designed for bait formulation insecticides. Place bait stations containing the granules in areas of the basement that are accessible to insect pests but not accessible to children and pets. Monitor the bait stations and replace bait granules as needed.

Attics: Apply Advion Insect Granule only to attic space not being used as living area at rate of 1.15 lbs per 1,000 sq. ft. as a broadcast treatment using a hand spreader. Monitor the attic area treated and reapply bait granules only as needed.

Coverage Area

25lbs of Advion Insect Granules will treat 21,730 sq. feet

Time to Kill

Advion Insect Granules will kill insects in as little 24-72 hours

Active Ingredient

Indoxacarb .22%

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work as expected
These worked just fine, put the insect granules out and had better control of problem then before.
January 28, 2015
Advion Insect Granular
Great stuff I apply it yearly and have never given it true credit I feel like everyone should have this to protect there yard from harmful bugs. Thank you Epestsolutions
January 27, 2015
Best thing for crickets
This is the best thing for crickets. We live in east texas and they were horrible last year. After we applied Advion we were sweeping up crickets for about 2 weeks and then they were gone.
April 4, 2013
worked in my basement
I have an unfinished basement that I broadcasted advion bait granules into and it got rid of the roaches and crickets that were making their way in. Now I just have to find their entrance point and seal it off.
December 14, 2011

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