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Breaking the boundaries of common pest control.
Optigard® Flex liquid insecticide, with the active ingredient thiamethoxam features a non-repellent chemistry with flexible application methods that can control pests both indoors and outdoors.
One of the most popular food sources for many ant species is honeydew, which is produced by homopterous insects such as scales, aphids and mealy bugs that feed on landscape vegetation. To control these insects, apply Optigard Flex to either the soil beneath plants or to the foliage of plants. These non-repellent products move through the plant systemically to help control homopterous pests.
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