Safer Brand End All Insect Killer, 32 oz
Safer Brand's EndAll ready-to-use insect killer is the first OMRI-listed product that can effectively kill 45 different inspect species--from eggs to adults--on contact, making it one of the most useful, economic, and convenient pest solutions on the planet. EndAll combines a unique formula of potassium salts of fatty acids, clarified hyrophobic extract of need oil, and organic pyrethrin to eliminate bugs in all stages of their life cycle. As a result, you can rid yourself of stinkbugs, chinch bugs, Japanese beetles, and a variety of soft-bodied insects. This version of EndAll comes in a 24-ounce bottle, but it's also available in a 32-ounce bottle.
Safe for the Garden
EndAll is safe to use in the yard, with no harsh synthetic chemicals to harm your family and pets or persist in the soil long term. That's because the ready-to-use EndAll spray breaks down in the soil with no residual aftereffects, meaning you can use it up until the day of harvest. However, because EndAll is an organic product that breaks down into its natural elements, you will have to reapply it to assert long-term control of infestations. Note that unlike some competitors, EndAll does not use petroleum distillates in its formulation. Look for the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) logo to ensure you're getting a truly organic insect spray.
EndAll kills 45 different insects, including aphids, various beetles, caterpillars, harlequin bugs, leafhoppers, mealybugs, stink bugs, and whiteflies. At the same time, it's safe for use on ornamentals, trees, shrubs, fruits, vegetables, flowers, and houseplants. About the only thing EndAll can't do is eliminate spiders or carpenter ants, as it's formulated specifically for other hard- and soft-bodied insects.
How to Use
For best results, users should apply EndAll when insects or the first signs of their damage appear. Simply turn the sprayer nozzle to one of the open positions, hold the sprayer 12 to 18 inches from the targeted surface, and completely coat the area where the insects are feeding or resting. Do not wet the plants to the point of runoff or drip. Apply every seven to 10 days when insects are present or as needed to prevent damage.