Bagworms, borers, beetles, spider mites, and more - stop them in their tracks with Captain Jack's Deadbug Brew! The active ingredient in Deadbug Brew is Spinosad, which is derived from a naturally occurring, soil-dwelling bacterium that was collected from an abandoned rum distillery on a Caribbean island in 1982. This unique bacterium was defined as a new species when it was discovered, and it has never been found in nature anywhere else in the world. Since being discovered, Spinosad has been used world-wide in the production of organic produce. Also for use in the lawn and landscape. 32 fl. oz. ready-to-use spray bottle.
When should it be used? When insects are present.
Where should it be used? For use in the vegetable garden, lawn, flower bed, or greenhouse.
What insects are controlled? Coding moth, leafminers, oriental fruit moth, tufted apple budmoth, asparagus beetles, armyworms, fireworms, fruitfly (suppression), fruitworms, leafrollers, loopers, katydids, thrips, caterpillars, cabbage looper, diamondback moth, imported cabbage worm, Colorado potato beetle, berry moth, corn borers, husk fly (suppression), navel orangeworms, peach twig borer, shuckworms, webworms, emerald ash borer, gall midges, leaf feeding beetles, sawfly larvae, spider mites, bagworms, tent caterpillars, and gypsy moth.
How is it applied? Thoroughly spray all plant parts to wetting, including undersides of leaves.
What is the active ingredient? Spinosad.
Is it safe for pets? When used as directed. Not labeled for use around ponds or when when bees are active.
Please read and follow all package instructions.