Bug Buster is an organic insecticide labeled to kill over 100 different listed garden insect pests. It contains the active ingredient PyGanic, which is an organic formulation of the botanical insecticide pyrethrin. Bug Buster can be used to control insects on root and tuber vegetables, leaves of root and tuber vegetables, bulb vegetables, leafy vegetables, brassica (cole) leafy vegetables, legume vegetables, foliage of legume vegetables, fruiting vegetables, cucurbit vegetables, citrus fruits, pome fruits, stone fruits, small fruits and berries, tree nuts, oriental vegetables, subtropical fruits, herbs and spices and additional plants such as artichoke, asparagus and okra.
Bug Buster Application Instructions
Pyrethrins degrade rapidly in sunlight. To ensure the best performance, coverage is key. Use spray equipment that will provide the best coverage and direct contact with as many insects as possible. Dilute 1 to 1.4 fl. oz. of Bug Buster-O per gallon of water per 1,000 sq. ft. Do not exceed the maximum application rates of 1.4 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. Apply dilute solution with all types of agricultural sprayers, including compressed air sprayers or pump driven sprayers. Mix only
enough for immediate use. Spraying should begin when the insects first appear. Do not wait until the plants are heavily infested.
Bug Buster is labeled to knock down and kill the following insect pests: 12-spotted Cucumber Beetles, Angoumois Grain Moths, Ants (excluding
fire and Pharaoh ants), Aphids, Apple Maggots, Armored Scales, Armyworms, Artichoke Plume Moths, Asian Citrus Psyllid, Asparagus Beetles, Bagworms, Bean Beetles, Beet Armyworms, Beetles, Bermudagrass Mirids, Billbugs, Blister Beetles, Blow Flies, Boll Weevils, Box Elder Bugs, Branch and Twig Borers, Cabbage Loopers, Cabbage Maggots, Cadelles, Cankerworms, Carrot Weevils, Caterpillars, Chalcids, Cheese Skippers, Cherry Fruit Flies, Cigarette Beetles, Clover Mites, Clover Weevils, Cockroaches, Codling Moths, Colorado Potato Beetles, Confused Flour Beetles, Corn Earworms, Crane Flies, Crickets, Cross-striped Cabbageworms, Cucumber Beetles, Dark Mealworms, Darkling Beetles (lesser meal worm), Diamondback Larvae and Moths, Dried Fruit Beetles, Drugstore Beetles, Earwigs, Eastern Tent Caterpillars, Elm Leaf Beetles, Eriophyid Mites, European Pine Tip Moths, Fire worms, Flea Beetles, Forest Tent Caterpillars, Fruit Flies, Fruit tree Leaf rollers, Fruitworms, Fungus Gnats, Garden Symphylan, Glassy Winged Sharpshooters, Gnats, Grain Mites, Grape Leaf Skeletonizers, Grape Leafhoppers, Grape Mealy bugs, Grasshoppers, Green bugs, Green Fruit Worms, Green Peach Aphids, Greenhouse Thrips, Gypsy Moths (adults & larvae), Harlequin Bugs, Heliothis spp., Hornworms, House Flies, Imported Cabbageworms, Indian Meal Moths, Japanese Beetles, Katydids, Lace Bugs, Leaf-footed plant bugs, Leafhoppers, Leafminers, Leafrollers, Leaftiers, Loopers, Lygus, Maggots, Mealy Bugs, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Mexican Bean Beetles, Midges, Millipedes, Mites, Mole crickets, Moths, Mushroom Flies, Navel Orangeworms, Olive Fruit Flies, Onion Maggots, Orange Tortrix, Pacific flatheaded borers, Pear Psyllids, Pepper Weevils, Pink bollworms, Potato Leafhoppers, Potato Tuberworms, Proba bugs, Psyllids, Red Flour Beetles, Rice Weevils, Saltmarsh caterpillars, Saw Toothed Grain Beetles, Scales, Sharpshooters, Shore flies, Shot hole borers, Silverfish, Skippers, Small Flying Moths, Soft Scales, Southern chinch bugs, Sow bugs, Spider Beetles, Springtails, Squash bugs, Stable Flies, Stink Bugs, Tarnished Plant Bugs, Thrips, Tobacco Moths, Tomato budworms, Tomato bugs, Tomato Fruit worms, Tomato Hornworms, Tomato pinworms, Tomato Russet Mite, Tussock moths, Vine mealy bugs, Vinegar Flies, Webworms, Weevils, Western Yellowstriped armyworms, Whiteflies, Yellow Mealworms.