Ortho® BugClear™ Insect Killer for Lawns & Landscapes Ready-to-Spray
Overview & Benefits
Kill outdoor insects with Ortho® BugClear™ Insect Killer for Lawns & Landscapes Ready-to-Spray bottle. Kills ants, ticks, mosquitoes, fleas, spiders, hornets, scorpions, and other listed insects. It's easy to protect your backyard from bugs--just attach your hose to the sprayer. Non-staining and odor free, Ortho® BugClear™ Insect Killer for Lawns & Landscapes Ready-to-Spray starts killing within minutes and provides long-lasting control in your yard.
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- Product Specs
- Kill 235 bugs, including ants, ticks, mosquitoes, fleas & spiders, with Ortho® BugClear™ Insect Killer for Lawns & Landscapes Ready-to-Spray
- Starts killing within minutes and provides long-lasting control
- Use on lawns, around a home's perimeter, and on ornamentals, flowers, trees, shrubs, vegetables & fruit trees
- Easily apply insect spray by connecting a garden hose to the attached sprayer
- Provides treatment for a 5,300 sq. ft. lawn, 1,400 sq. ft. of foundation/perimeter, or across 2,700 sq. ft. of foliage
How to use
When insects first make their appearance, apply with ease using this attached sprayer. First, shake the bottle well. Next, connect the sprayer to a hose and turn on the water.
For lawn insects, begin spraying by sliding the lever to the "ON" position and spray evenly only until the surface of the lawn is wet.
For treatments on roses, shrubs, flowers, and small trees, spray to uniformly cover upper and lower leaf surfaces, stems, and branches.
To keep insects from entering your home, spray a 2-foot band around the foundation and on the foundation of the house to a height of 2 feet.
To treat home vegetable gardens, melons, fruit, and nut trees, apply as a thorough spray, wetting leaves and branches without allowing runoff.
Once you're satisfied with the treatment, slide the lever to the "OFF" position and turn off the water. You can relieve water pressure by sliding the lever to the "WATER" position. After the water slows to a drip, slide lever back to the "OFF" position and disconnect the sprayer from the hose.
Where to use
For residential outdoor use on residential lawns, around your home's perimeter, and on ornamentals, flowers, trees, shrubs, vegetables, and fruit trees.
Where not to use
n order to prevent the pesticide from running into sewers, storm drains, and curbside gutters, please do not use to treat hard flat surfaces unless the surface is protected from rainfall and sprinkler spray. Additionally, application is prohibited directly into sewers or drains, or to any area like a gutter where drainage to sewers, storm drains, water bodies, or aquatic habitat can occur.
When to apply
To best control unwanted populations, apply when insects first appear.
How often to apply
Applications made around home foundations, porches, patios, and stored lumber should be repeated every 14 days as necessary. Some stubborn lawn insects may require a second treatment 4 to 6 weeks following the first application.
For applications made to flowers, shrubs, small trees, and home vegetable gardens, use as necessary to maintain control, waiting at least 7 days between each application.
Adelgids (Eastern Sprucegall), Ants (Argentine, Carpenter, Harvester, Imported Fire, Lasius, Odorous House, Pavement, Pharaoh/Sugar, Pyramid), Aphids (Apple, Black Cherry, Black Pecan, Buckhorn, Greenbug, Pea, Root, Rose, Rosy Apple, Walnut, Yellow Pecan), Bees, Beetles (Bean Leaf, Billbugs (Bluegrass), Cucumber (Banded, Spotted & Striped), Black Turfgrass Ataenius, Blister, Brown Leaf Notcher, Carpet, Colorado Potato, Corn Rootworm Larvae (Mexican, Northern, Southern, & Western), Curculio (Cow Pea & Plum), Elm Leaf, Flea (Black, Dichondra, & Sweetpotato), Ground, Japanese Adult, Ladybeetles, Mexican Bean, Pine Chafer, Pine Shoot, Red Flour, Rose Chafer, Sap, Southern Corn Leaf, Weevils (Annual Bluegrass, Black Vine, Blue Green Citrus Root, Carrot, Cranberry, Diaprepes Root, Little Leaf Notcher, Northern Pine, Orchard, Orchid, Pea Leaf, Pecan, Pepper, Pine Shoot, & Sweetpotato), Whitefringed), Borers (American Plum, Common Stalk, European Corn, Hop Vine, Lesser Peachtree, Peach Twig, Peachtree, Southern Corn, Southwestern Corn, Squash Vine, Stalk), Boxelder Bug, Caterpillars (Alfalfa, Alfalfa Looper, Armyworm (Beet, Fall, Southern, True, & Yellowstriped), Bagworms, Blueberry Spanworm, Budworm, Casebearers (Pecan Leaf & Pecan Nut), Celery Leaftier, Corn Earworm (same as Tomato Fruitworm), Cross-Striped, Cabbageworm, Cutworms (Black & Western Bean), Filbertworm, Fruitworms (Cranberry, Green, & Tomato), Green Cloverworm, Hickory Shuckworm, Imported Cabbageworm, Loopers (Cabbage & Celery), Melonworm, Navel Orangeworm, Orange Tortrix, Painted Lady, Pickleworm, Rindworm, Saltmarsh, Tent, Hornworms (Tobacco & Tomato), Tomato Pinworm, Webworms (Fall, Mimosa, Oak, & Sod), Velvetbean), Centipedes, Chinch Bugs (False ,Hairy, Southern), Cockroaches (American, Asian, Brown Banded, German, Smoky Brown), Crickets, Earwigs, Fleas (Cat, Dog), Fleahoppers, Flies (Apple Maggot, Biting Flies, Cherry Fruit, Cornsilk, European Crane, House, Walnut Husk), Fungus Gnats, Grasshoppers, Hornets, Lace Bugs, Leafooted Bugs (Squash Bug), Leafhoppers (Aster/California, Corn, Eastern Grape, Glassy Winged Sharpshooter, Potato, Southern Garden, Western Grape), Leafminers (Alder, Boxwood, Holly, Oak, Spruce Needle, Tentiform, Vegetable), Leafrollers (Oblique Banded, Red-Banded, Variegated), Mealybugs, Midges, Millipedes, Mites (Banks Grass, Broad, Carmine, Chigger, Clover, European, Grain, Pacific Spider, Pecan Leaf Scorch, Pecan Scorch, Red Spider, Spider, Spruce, Two-Spotted Spider), Mole Crickets, Mosquitos* (Malaria, Northern House, Yellowfever, *including those that may transmit the Chikungunya virus, yellow fever, dengue fever, encephalitis, West Nile Virus and Zika Virus), Moths (Artichoke Plume, Codling, Diamondback, Gypsy, Lucerne, Oriental Fruit, Zimmerman Pine), Periodical Cicadas, Pillbugs & Rollie Pollies, Plant Bugs (Tarnished, Lygus Bugs), Phylloxera (Pecan Leaf, Pecan), Psyllids, Sawflies (European Pine, Redheaded Pine, Rose Slug), Scales (Brown Soft, California Red, Euonymus, Pine Needle, San Jose), Scorpions, Sowbugs, Spiders (Black Widow, Brown Recluse, Daddy Long Legs, Hobo, Pirate Wolf), Spittlebugs (Meadow, Pecan), Stink Bugs (Brown Marmorated, Kudzu), Springtails, Termites, Thrips, Ticks* (American Dog, Brown Dog, Deer *including ticks that may transmit Lyme disease), Treehoppers (Threecornered Alfalfa Hopper), Wasps, Whiteflies, Wireworms (Corn, Southern Potato), Yellowjackets
To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters, or surface waters.
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Lawn Insects - One 32 oz. bottle will treat up to 5,300 sq. ft. of lawn.
Home Vegetable Gardens, Melons, and Fruit Trees, and Nut Trees - One 32. oz bottle will treat up to 2,700 sq. ft.
Around House Foundations, Porches, Patios, and Stored Lumber - One 32 oz. bottle will treat up to 1,400 sq. ft. of foundation/perimeter.
Roses, Flowers, Shrubs, and Small Trees - One 32 oz. bottle will treat up to 2,700 sq. ft.
Wear a long-sleeved shirt, pants, socks, shoes, and gloves during application. Avoid contact with eyes or clothing and wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco, or using the toilet. As with any insect killers, always be mindful of your surroundings and protect against runoff or exposure to non-invasive species.
The empty containers are not intended for refill or reuse and should be thrown out or recycled if available. If the container is partially filled, call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Under no circumstances should the unused product be disposed of in a toilet or sewer.
Kids & Pets
People and pets may enter treated areas after the spray has dried.
When making treatments for the control of lawn insects, be sure that your lawn has been mowed within the last 24 hours. Regular mowing may be safely resumed after 2-3 days.
This is not the product label. Always read and follow the product label before use.
Prior to application, shake the bottle well to ensure equal distribution of the formula.
Using with Other Products
Wait at least 7 days before applying a second product, such as soil, weed killers, or plant food.
For the best results possible, treatments should be made to lawns that have been watered within the last 24 hours. To avoid potential runoff and environmental damage, refrain from making applications during rain. For control of mole cricket populations, water thoroughly immediately following application.
What to Expect
Starts to kill carpenter ants, harvester ants, oriental and Guam cockroaches immediately. Provides 6-month control outdoors for spiders (excluding black widow, brown recluse, and hobo). Mosquitoes coming to rest on treated areas will be killed for varying periods after application, depending on the exposure of treated areas to weather conditions.