Insect Soap is a contact insecticide, miticide and fungicide for the control of soft bodied insects, mites and the fungus- powdery mildew. It is based on potassium salts of naturally occurring fatty acids. It leaves no lasting residues and is completely biodegradable, with no long term effect on the environment. It is a contact insect soap that works by smothering and dehydrating insects.
What pests can Insect Soap control?
Adelgid, aphid, caterpillar, earwig, lace bug, leafhopper, leafminer, mealybug, mole cricket, plant bug, psyllid, sawfly larva, scale, spider mite, tent caterpillar, thrips, whitefly, gypsy moth and chinch bug. Insect soap, when used as a soil drench, can control springtails and root mealybugs. It also can prevent and control powdery mildew.
Can Insect Soap be used on edible crops?
Yes, it can and you can use it right up to the day of harvest. Use it on fruits, vegetables, flowers, ornamental and shade trees and shrubs. Insect Soap can also be used in greenhouses, on lawns and on your houseplants!
It comes with complete instructions on all it's uses and mixing ratios.
Top rated for over 12 years running by our customers for whitefly and aphid control