, such as adelgids, ants (except fire ants,
harvester ants, carpenter ants and pharaoh ants),
aphids, armored scale, beetle larvae, cankerworms, fungus
gnats, lace bugs, leafhoppers, leafminers, mealybugs,
mites, phylloxera, plant bugs, psyllids, scale insects, spider
mites, thrips, sawfly larvae, spittlebugs, webworms
, including gypsy moth caterpillars, tent
caterpillars, leafrollers and diamondback moth larvae.
, including flea beetles, Colorado potato
beetles and Japanese beetles.
For soft-bodied insects, such as aphids and
mites, use 2 teaspoons per quart of water.
For use as a dormant spray, mix 4 teaspoons of Pyola
with 1 quart of water. Do not use when temperatures
are above 90°F. Thoroughly spray insect pests with
diluted product until plants are wet. Repeat in 1-2
weeks, if needed.
Pyola is easy to use, fast-acting and can be used up
to the day of harvest.
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