foliage-feeding worms (caterpillars),
leafminers, Colorado potato beetles, thrips,
fruitworms, cabbage loopers, borers, tent caterpillars,
gypsy moths, webworms, spider mites, fruit flies and
The active ingredient in Bull’s-Eye is Spinosad.
Spinosad is a new class of insecticide that is made
up of naturally occurring metabolites from the
bacterium S. spinosa
. Bull’s-Eye Bioinsecticide is
for residential use in home gardens, lawns and
ornamentals. Bull’s-Eye does not significantly
impact predatory beneficial insects, predatory
mites and spiders, while controlling target pests.
Susceptible insect pests may be observed on plants
up to several hours after treatment, but will have
ceased active feeding before being killed. For control
of foliage-feeding pests on fruiting vegetables,
cucurbits, leafy vegetables, beans and peas; cole
crops, sweet corn and asparagus; pome fruits and
tree nuts. Leaves no oily residue.
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