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Talstar P (also known as Talstar, Talstar One or Talstar Professional) Multi-Insecticide with bifenthrin is one of the most trusted and widely-used insecticides by pest control professionals today, and now available to you for DIY pest control.

The name Talstar P/Talstar One means one professional solution for everything: Talstar insecticide kills over 75 insect pests and can be used for indoor pest control, outdoor pest control, food handling areas, turf and ornamental treatments, in the yard as a yard spray to treat fleas or other yard pests, and even for termite control.

Talstar has a long residual, so it keeps on killing pests for over three months after you've sprayed it. Plus, Talstar One is odorless, dries clear, leaves no stains, is non-irritating to the skin, and won't break down easily with rainfall. For termites, ants, mosquitoes, roaches, beetles, spiders, and everything in-between, Talstar insecticide is simply fantastic. 1 Qt. concentrate yields 32-96 finished gallons. Application of Talstar P requires a sprayer.

Talstar P is a liquid concentrate insecticide which contains bifenthrin, a synthetic pyrethroid. Pyrethroids work by disrupting an insect's nervous system causing a weakened state followed by death. Talstar P does not provide an instant knockdown of pests, rather, pests pick up the residual active ingredient by contact. Talstar P is a repellent insecticide since it acts quickly enough that social insects such as ants cannot create a pheromone trail. This means that Talstar P will be most effective as a barrier with a thorough application. Talstar P residual can last up to 3 months.

Talstar P (Talstar One) controls over 75 different pests -- everything from stink bugs, bed bugs, spiders, mosquitoes, cockroaches, ticks and fleas to pillbugs, chinch bugs, earwigs, millipedes, Dichondra Flea Beetles, spittlebugs and more. It is very effective on Japanese Beetles, clover mites, ants, termites, spiders, scorpions, roaches, army worms, mealybugs, mites, grasshoppers, pillbugs, cutworms, sod webworms, weevils, leaf miners, box elder bugs, bees, wasps, sowbugs, crickets, and turf and ornamental pests. Please see below for complete list.

INSECTS CONTROLLED: Adelgids, American Dog Tick, Annual Bluegrass Weevil, Ants, Aphids, Armyworms, Bagworms, Banks Grass Mite, Bedbugs, LadyBeetle, Bees, Beet Armyworm, Beetles, Billbugs (adult), Biting Flies, Black Turfgrass Ataenuis, (Adult), Black Vine Weevil, Boxelder Bugs, Brown Soft Scales, Broad Mites, Budworms, California Red Scale, Carpenter Ants, Centipedes, Chiggers, Chinch Bugs, Cicadas, Cigarette Beetles, Citrus Thrips, Clover Mites, Cockroaches, Crane Flies, Crickets, Cutworms, Dermestid Beetles, Diaprepes, Dichondra Flea Beetles, Earwigs, Elm Leaf Beetles, European Red Mite, Fall Webworms, Fire Ants, Firebrats, Fleas, Flea Beetles, Flies, Flour Beetles, Fungus Gnats (adults), Gnats, Grain Weevils, Grasshoppers, Gypsy Moth Caterpillars, Hornets, Imported Fire Ants, Indian Meal Moths, Japanese Beetles, Lace Bugs, Leaf Feeding Caterpillars, Leafhoppers, Leafrollers, Lesser Grain Borers, Mealybugs, Merchant Grain Beetles, Midges, Millipedes, Mites, Mole Cricket, Mosquitoes, Moths, Old House Borers, Orchid Weevil, Pecan Leaf Scorch Mite, Pillbugs, Pine Shoot Beetle, Plant Bugs, Powder Post Beetles, Psocids, Psyllids, Rice Moths, Sawfly larvae, Sawtoothed Grain Beetles, Scale Crawlers, Scorpions, Silverfish, Sod Webworms, Sowbugs (Pillbugs), Spider Mites, Spiders (including Black Widow, Brown Recluse and Hobo Spiders), Spittlebugs, Springtails, Stored Product Pests, Tent Caterpillars, Termites, Thrips, Ticks (including Brown Dog Ticks), Tip Moths, Tobacco Moths, Treehoppers, Twig Borers, Warehouse Beetles, Vinegar (Fruit) Flies, Wasps, Weevils, Whiteflies, Wood-infesting beetles

Talstar P is an ideal broad-spectrum insecticide for prevention, maintenance, or active infestations of over 75 pests. Talstar P provides a long-lasting barrier around the perimeters of structures for crawling insects such as ants, beetles, and roaches; protects ornamental plants from hazardous pests like mealybugs; helps control nuisance flying insects such as mosquitoes; protects lawns from turf pests such as chinch bugs; and even has an expanded label to include treatment of stink bugs. See below for complete list of approved usage sites.

Talstar P (also known as Talstar, Talstar One or Talstar Professional) Multi-Insecticide with bifenthrin is one of the most trusted and widely-used insecticides by pest control professionals today, and now available to you for DIY pest control. Talstar P (previously Talstar One) is a powerful and economical liquid insecticide concentrate that controls over 75 different types of common household, lawn, and ornamental pests - Perfect for most of your pest control needs both indoors and out. Talstar P must always be diluted with water and be applied with a hand pump sprayer or similar pressurized spray equipment. Depending on the pest you are treating, use one half to one ounce of Talstar P in one gallon of water to treat one thousand square feet. It is important to follow the label directions and NOT to exceed one ounce per one gallon of water. Outdoors, use Talstar P to create an effective barrier of control, spraying two feet up the exterior walls and two feet out from the foundation. Also treat any possible entry points into the structure, like windows, pipes, and doorways. To control active infestations, or for prevention and general maintenance of insect pests, apply Talstar P indoors as a coarse, low pressure crack and crevice spray in areas where pests may hide. Pay special attention to baseboards, corners, storage areas, window and door frames, behind and under appliances, cabinets, sinks, and anywhere else you notice target pest activity. Talstar P should NOT be used as a broadcast spray indoors. Talstar P is a long lasting product and may only need to be applied once every few months for general pest control. Talstar should not be applied more than once every seven days. Be sure to wait thirty minutes before allowing pets and children into any treated areas so that your application has time to dry. Make sure to read all labels and safety precautions to ensure a safe and effective application, and you will have great success using Talstar P for your pest control needs. And its that easy with the expert help from Do My Own Pest Control dot com. Make sure to subscribe to our channel for more instructional and product videos.

How to Apply General Insecticide Spray Hey, Im Michael from domyownpestcontrol.com and this is an instructional video on how to apply general use insecticides. I am assuming youve already read the directions on the product label and know how much product to mix with a gallon of water, so now its time to mix and apply the product. You want to make sure you are wearing chemical resistant gloves. We sell nitrile chemical resistant gloves in large and x-large, and we alway recommend wearing long sleeves and gloves whenever you are applying an insecticide. Once you have your personal protective equipment on, now youre ready to mix the product. We have a one gallon hand pump sprayer right here, and the first step is to fill it up halfway with water. Most likely your product will be in a bottle with two caps and a straw or it might be in what we call a tip-N-pour bottle. So, if you have any questions on how to properly measure and pour product, watch our in depth measuring video available on our youtube channel and website. Pour the correct amount of product into your sprayer. Put the lid to your sprayer back on and turn till its tight, then shake it up so the product concentrate mixing in with the water. Heres a tip. Its a lot easier for the product to mix properly in only half a gallon of water rather than filling it up the entire way, so after you have shaken it, take the lid off and fill the sprayer to the gallon mark. You want to leave some room at the top of the sprayer, so you dont want to fill it all the way up. Put the lid back on a pump it a few, and if its full youll only need to pump it a few times for the pressure to build up. Now we are ready to go. Most sprayers come with an adjustable nozzle. Turn it one way and it will shoot a pin stream which is good for inside cracks and crevices or long pipes that go into the house. If you turn it the other way it will do more of a fan spray. This is what you want to do around the house to treat the perimeter. So we are going to treat the perimeter and were going to start by the front door, spraying along the front stoop. You also want to spray across the window seals. Now the general rule of thumb when applying a general use insecticide is to spray two feet out and two feet up because you want to get a good protection barrier for the bugs to walk over. If you have air conditioning lines or pipes going into the house, you want to treat these very well. Also, you may need to turn your sprayer upside down to get up under any vents. A lot of bugs enter your home via the threshold of the garage. Spray along the threshold, you can also treat the inside perimeter of the garage. Work your way around the perimeter, as you would outside. There is other things you can do to keep bugs out of the house that dont involve spraying. For example, make sure the shrubs are cut away from the house. If bushes or plants are touching the house, ants and other bugs can crawl up the bush to the house passing that barrier that you just put down. Insects are also attracted to moisture areas, if you have a lot of ground cover right against the house youll see that below there is a lot of moisture, so if you put down ground cover every spring, remove any old mulch or pine straw you might have so you dont have any organic build up. Once you do apply the insecticide , make sure any mulch is 6 inches away from the house so the ground can dry and you wont have any wet mulch against the house. A lot of our products can be used indoors, but we do recommend only treating outside if you have a problem. 99% of pests come from outside. The most important thing it to create that outdoor barrier. All our products labeled to use indoors are safe and are safe for kids and pets as long as you follow the product label. A good rule of thumb is to have any kids and pets leave the area while you are treating. They are perfectly safe to return to the area treated after the product is dry. We are going to show you the key places to treat indoors, you dont need to be spraying all over the house and all over everything, you just need to hit key spots like cracks and crevices where bugs hide. So, first of all spray windows and doors along the cracks and crevices. Also treat under kitchen appliances like the dishwasher and your oven. You also want to treat in your laundry room underneath the washer and dryer, behind the washer and dryer as well. A bathroom attracts insects because of all the moisture, so be sure to spray on the baseboard, especially behind the toilet where the pipes go into the wall. Underneath the sink, you will want to spray around the pipes that go into the wall as well. That ends our general spray application tutorial. For more info or pest products, please visit domyownpestcontrol.com. Thank you.

How to Use Liquid Insecticide Measuring Bottles Hi my name is Erin and I'm with Domyownpestcontrol.com. Today I'm going to do an overview on how to properly use our measuring devices on our liquid concentrates. Most of our pint and quart sized bottles in our liquid concentrate bottles come with two caps. They also come with a special straw patented technology. This makes it easy for measuring. There's no measuring cups or spoons necessary, everything is in one bottle for you. So what you'll do is you'll unscrew the cap and inside you are going to remove the seal. Once you remove the seal you're going to squeeze the bottle. Right here you'll notice there is a 1/2 ounce mark and a 1 ounce mark. On the other side it's measured in mL. So what you're going to do is you're going to want to squeeze this product. Depending on the insect that you're treating you're either going to squeeze it to ounce or to an ounce. And then you can poor the liquid concentrate into your equipment diluted with water according to the product label instructions. This is another one of our measuring devices for our liquid concentrates. It's called the Tip 'n Poor Bottle. Okay, I'm going to show you how to measure using our Tip 'n Poor Bottle. Some Tip 'n Poor Bottles have arrows directing you towards their measuring reservoirs. Larger sizes do not, but you'll notice there is fluid ounces measured out in milliliters listed on the bottles so you'll know where the measuring reservoirs are. You're going to tip this particular one to the left following the arrow and filling it to the line. This line is showing you that this amount of product is per gallon of water. So you simply just tip the bottle over and it will fill it to the line for you. I hope this video was helpful. If you need additional information please go to Domyownpestcontrol.com.

Inside, outside, and around the perimeter of structures, food handling areas, lawns, turf and ornamental trees and shrubs. NOT for use on food and vegetable gardens. Talstar is best applied with asprayer. Always read the label completely before use.

* See the video above for general use mixing and application instruction using a sprayer like the Chapin premier 1 gallon sprayer.

Indoors and outdoors on residential, institutional, public, commercial, and industrial buildings, greenhouses, animal confinement facilities/livestock premises, kennels, food handling establishments, and lawns, ornamentals, parks, recreational areas and athletic fields; trees, shrubs, foliage plants, non-bearing fruit and nut trees, and flowers in greenhouses, interiorscapes, including hotels, shopping malls, office buildings, etc., and outdoor plantscapes, such as around residential dwellings, parks, institutional buildings, recreational areas, athletic fields and home lawns (Non-bearing crops are perennial crops that will not produce a harvestable raw agricultural commodity during the season of application); feed and food handling establishments, animal confinement facilities, kennels, confined animal feeding operations, livestock premises, and in/around/under structures

Use 0.33 to 1 fluid oz. per gallon of water for residual pest control in buildings and structures and on modes of transport. Apply either as a crack and crevice, pinstream, spot, coarse, low pressure spray (25 psi or less) or with a paint brush.

Apply as a coarse, low pressure, crack and crevice or spot spray to areas where pests hide, such as baseboards, corners, storage areas, closets, around water pipes, doors and windows, attics and eaves, behind and under refrigerators, cabinets, sinks, furnaces, stoves, the underside of shelves, drawers and similar areas.

Talstar P may be converted to a foam for residual treatment of voids or as a spot spray when visual marking of application is desired.

Bedbug Control

Thorough application should be made to crack and crevices where evidence of bed bugs occurs. This includes bed frames, boxsprings, inside empty dressers and clothes closets and carpet edges, high and low wall moldings and wallpaper edges. Do not use this product on bed linens, pillows, mattresses or clothes. Remove all clothes and other articles from dressers or clothes closets before application. Allow all treated areas to thoroughly dry before use. Not recommended for use as sole protection against bedbugs. If evidence of bedbugs is found in/on mattresses, use products approved for this use.

General application for crawling pests - Mix 0.5 or 1 oz. of Talstar P in one gallon of water and apply to the outside foundation of the home, approx. 3 feet up the side of the house and 2 feet out from the house. Also spray entry points into the home such as around windows, pipes, doorways, etc. For general preventative treatment, apply Talstar P once every 3 months.

Mosquitos

In addition to the treatment around the foundation of the home as mentioned above, spray Talstar P on the underside of leaves on the lower-hanging branches of trees around the backyard or area where mosquitoes are a problem. You can also spray the underside of leaves on shrubs and ornamentals. Do not apply when wind speed exceeds 10 MPH.

Higher application volumes may be used to obtain the desired coverage of dense vegetation or landscaping materials.

Bagworms

Use 0.125 to 0.25 oz. per 1,000 square feet (or 5.4 - 10.8 oz. per 100 gal.). Apply as a full coverage foliar spray. Use of a Chapin Slide Pump Sprayer will help reach higher into trees. Apply when larvae begin to hatch and spray larvae directly. Applications when larvae are young will be most effective.

Chinch bugs

Use 0.5 to 1.0 oz. per 1,000 square feet. Chinch Bugs infest the base of grass plants and are often found in the thatch layer. Irrigation of the grass area before treatment will optimize the penetration of the insecticide to the area where the chinch bugs are located. Use higher volume applications if the thatch layer is excessive or if a relatively long mowing height is being maintained. Chinch Bugs can be one of the most difficult pests to control in grasses and the higher application rates (Up to 1 fluid oz. per 1000 square feet) may be required to control populations that contain both nymphs and adults during the middle of the summer.

Lawn applications

A hose end sprayer like the Chapin hose end sprayer may be used to apply Talstar P for lawn pests. Use up to 1.0 oz. per 1,000 square feet. Higher volume applications may be more effective with some pests, so you may want to calibrate the sprayer to a lower rate (for example, 0.25 oz/gal.) and use more water to cover a 1,000 square foot area.

Stink Bugs

Talstar P has an expanded label for treatment of Stink Bugs indoors, outdoors, on lawns, and on ornamental plants. Use 0.33 to 1.0 oz/gal. of water and treat around door frames, window frames, vents, eaves, around the bottom of your foundation, and any other crack or crevice where an insect could gain entry, once a month August-November.

Termite Applications

Talstar P may be used for pre-construction or post-construction prevention of subterranean termites. Use 1.0 oz/gal. of water (0.06% solution) for most termite applications. For preconstruction horizontal barriers (such as under a concrete slab), use 1 gallon of solution per 10 square feet. For perimeter barrier treatments, use 4 gallons of solution per 10 linear feet. See our article How to Do a Termite Treatment, for further instructions on perimeter termite treatments. See product label for full instructions on using Talstar P to control subterranean termites.

Talstar has a broad label you can count on. A true miticide, Talstar One controls over 75 different pests -- everything from spiders, mosquitoes, cockroaches, ticks and fleas to pillbugs, chinch bugs, earwigs and millipedes. It provides fast knockdown and long lasting control of even the toughest lawn and ornamental pests. Plus, it controls all species of ants knocking them out and keeping them out with long-lasting residual.

Talstar One insecticide has all the features and benefits you've come to rely on from the Talstar brand of products. It has the proven performance and protection of its active ingredient, bifenthrin. It has long residual control of termites and 75 other pests. Its broad label includes everything from pre- and post-construction termite treatment, indoor and outdoor pest control, turf and ornamental applications, and food-handling areas.

Talstar One multi-insecticide has the active ingredient bifenthrin, which has a unique chemical structure like that of no other pyrethroid. For termite control, that means the longest average residual in the industry and a retreat rate well below industry averages. In fact, Talstar One is averaging more than 12 years at 100% control in all USDA testing sites and 16 years and still counting at USDA sites in Florida and Arizona. Plus it provides a barrier that termites can't penetrate, for superior structural protection.

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