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Nyguard Insect Growth Regulator

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Target Pests

Nyguard Insect Growth Regulator is used to aid in the control of fleas stored product pests listed roaches crickets litter beetles and flying insects.

For Use In

Nyguard Insect Growth Regulator is for use in the home and in food and non-food areas of restauruants food processing plants food and non-food warehouses grocery stores and supermarkets schools office buildings apartments hotels and motels hospitals tobacco plants and warehouses manufacturing plants commercial and industrial buildings transportation equipment and outside on lawns and building perimeters.

Application

For use as a surface application using Nyguard IGR use at the rate of 12 milliliters in one gallon of water to treat 1,500 square feet. Repeat application in 6 months, or more frequently if necessary.

Nyguard IGR may be used as part of an integrated approach to control ants. Apply broadcast, spot or crack and crevice treatments of Nyguard at the rate of 12 milliliters diluted in water per 1,500 square feet to interior areas where ants are actively foraging and traveling. May be used in conjunction with baits and/or residual treatments.

Coverage Area

If Nyguard IGR is used at the higher rate of application each 400 milliliter bottle will treat an estimated 50,000 square feet.

Time to Kill

Nyguard Insect Growth Regulator aids in the inhibition of the reproductive cycle of target insects.

Active Ingredient

Pyriproxifen 10.0%

Nyguard Insect Growth Regulator

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Nyguard Insect Growth Regulator by MGK can effectively break the reproductive cycle of the toughest insect pests, including cockroaches, fleas, mosquitoes, ants, and flies. Nyguard inhibits flea reinfestation by fleas for up to 7 months and is also labeled for use in food areas of food-handling establishments.

Nyguard Insect Growth Regulator is pet and child friendly if applied properly.

Nyguard Insect Growth Regulator by MGK can effectively break the reproductive cycle of the toughest insect pests, including cockroaches, fleas, mosquitoes, ants, and flies. Nyguard inhibits flea reinfestation by fleas for up to 7 months and is also labeled for use in food areas of food-handling establishments.

Nyguard Insect Growth Regulator is pet and child friendly if applied properly.

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Does it work outside in the light? or only in places that are in the shade? since it's photo sensitive.
Kameron on May 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Outdoor Application: Apply as a surface application (including Broadcast, Spot and Crack
& Crevice) at the rate of 4 ml. in one gallon of water (or sufficient volume of water to get
adequate coverage) to treat 1,000 square feet. Use up to 12 ml. per 1,000 square feet for
insect populations that are difficult to control or in conditions that make it difficult to get
control of target pests. Alternate mixing directions for power spraying are to use 18
to 56 ml. of concentrate per 50 gallons of water. Apply to surfaces where insects breed,
travel, rest, hide or harbor. Treat known and suspected breeding sites on, under and around
exterior surfaces of buildings, walls, window frames, around garbage cans, eaves, cracks
and crevices, porches, decks, gazebos, patios, carports, garages, stagnant water, moist/
shaded areas, fence lines, and other areas where target insects are active or may be hiding.
Since NyGuard´┐Ż IGR Concentrate is photo-stable, outdoor applications on soil surfaces will
provide residual IGR activity, depending upon soil type and weather conditions.

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I mixed this with an insecticide and it worked great! And when I didn't know how to use it, I called and asked for help and they were patient and went through step by step on how to use this item.
January 13, 2015

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